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• Today, 08:55 PM
What does "guest" mean?
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• Today, 08:02 PM
w^2+2w-168=0 (x-12)(x+14)=0
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• Today, 06:54 PM
Here is a discussion of this sort of problem, going into some depth for both a small problem like yours, and a large one (which would easily take the...
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• Today, 06:17 PM
You are right man) I have searched for it in the internet, and I found couple algorithms that are based on trivial mutiplication. My teacher told me,...
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• Today, 05:43 PM
I gave you what I had. Also, I am trying to find approximates. Sorry I didn't clarify that first. The answers they gave me were k1 is roughly...
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• Today, 05:32 PM
Just for the sake of giving you some feedback you can't get when you teach yourself, we would say you "raised e to the 0 power", or something like...
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• Today, 05:10 PM
Okay they are "Additive Inverses", but one normally would not drop the "Additive". I'm willing to submit to other opinions.
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• Today, 03:55 PM
Does this mean that the "c" is multiplied on the k2, rather than being an exponent on k2? So the system is as follows? . . . . .0\, =\, k_1\,...
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• Today, 03:50 PM
Let \nu\ge 1 be a parameter. For all t>0, we consider . . . . .\begin{align} A(t) & =\frac{1-\cos(t\sqrt{4\nu-1})}{4\nu-1}-(\cosh(t)-1) \\...
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• Today, 03:43 PM
Are you studying something like what they discuss here? Also, are you working with "discrete" logs? Thank you! ;)
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• Today, 03:42 PM
It is not a problem actually it's an equation that was given to me in this textbook I'm studying. The function is g(c) = k1ek2c + k3 The function...
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• Today, 03:37 PM
The work I did showed that IF a given pair (S, U) is a solution of the system, THEN it must be (25, 65). If you don't see that, then you didn't...
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• Today, 03:25 PM
As I read this, the original problem (which you really should have stated for us, to give us context) probably involved an equation something like A...
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• Today, 03:20 PM
Oh and I have the answers by the way. This is actually not required by the book in using. I just would like to know so that I may be able to find 3...
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• Today, 03:19 PM
Oh ok no probs was just looking for help. Like I like to help others with knowledge I have. But no worries I will look elsewhere. Delete my account...
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• Today, 03:15 PM
I am teaching myself all this stuff so I'll preface with that. I took k1ek2(0) + k3 = 0 and multiplied 0 and k2 making it 0, then rose up e to 0...
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• Today, 03:13 PM
What other solutions would be possible, aside of the one that makes both equations true at the same time? What other intersection point(s) do you...
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• Today, 03:10 PM
This isn't one of those "cheetz" sites. Instead, the volunteers here give of their time, as they're able, to help students learn to do this stuff on...
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• Today, 03:08 PM
Changing 2nd equation: S + U = 90 5S + 3U = 334 What do you get? Think about it...
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• Today, 03:04 PM
This isn't one of those "cheetz" sites. Instead, the volunteers here give of their time, as they're able, to help students learn how to do things on...
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• Today, 03:02 PM
Has your class not yet covered solving this sort of equation, so you haven't seen "multiplying both sides by the common denominator to clear the...
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• Today, 02:50 PM
Thank you so much for such a wonderful answer! Everything was easy for me to understand except the last few lines. You said that algebra is a way...
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• Today, 02:49 PM
I'm not sure what you mean by "always solve out"...? If you mean "always arrive at a single x,y-point which solves the system", then these pairs of...
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• Today, 02:45 PM
What is (believed to be) "the right answer"? What have you "tried"? (Please show your steps.) If you mean "additive inverses", then yes, the...
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• Today, 02:32 PM
So your class hasn't covered any of this material yet...? Is this some sort of pre-test at the beginning of the term...? What then is the...
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• Today, 02:28 PM
I'm sorry, but I don't understand...? I think some information is missing...? How many numbers are on this wheel? Is it a "fair" wheel (that is, do...
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• Today, 02:14 PM
What was the definition?
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• Today, 01:43 PM
Does the equation look like: \displaystyle{\dfrac{100p-4000}{100p}} Or: \displaystyle{\dfrac{100p-4000}{100}p} or:
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• Today, 01:26 PM
I would try factoring the right sides (since they are large), and look for a direct connection with one of the numbers on the left. You should see...
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