1. Dress up an octagonal room with furniture and fixtures in such a way that the room appear to be spacious and must reflect the efficient use of materials.

2. The beams of most bridges are trapezoidal; determine the measure of the sides, braces and angles with the least number of known measures.]]>

I have been given this two-part problem for homework, and I could complete the first part easily using either: 1) the Argand diagram to add the vectors geometrically, or 2) the formula for the sum of 5 terms of a geometric series.

For the second part though, I have no idea of where to even begin. I should mention that my teacher told me that this question is linked and that the answer to part a should in some way be used in part b...

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I really dont know how I'm going to solve this problem I tried and I'm not sure if I'm correct. please help me I'm practicing for my upcoming test.]]>

"From its founding through 2015, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has inducted 303 groups or individuals, and 206 of the inductees have been performers while the rest have been related to the world of music in some way other than as a performer. The full dataset is available in Rock and Roll-2e (Performer-2015). (Note: the data set is pre-loaded into the Sampling Distributions for Proportions in Statkey.)

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I've tried running this equation through algebra calculators but none of them seem to be able to solve it. I'm not sure if it's just too difficult for these calculators or if it's actually unsolvable.

I'm trying to solve for a:

c = (v * (a / b) ^ 5) + (w * (a / b) ^ 4) + (x * (a / b) ^ 3) + (y * (a / b) ^ 2) + (z * (a / b))

Any help is much appreciated.

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can you please write it in a form that I can print out for educational purposes? Please and thank you.]]>

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So I understand up to the point where the common factor is e^-1e^x, surely the common factor would be e^-1e^2. I don't understand how the e^x is part of the common factor. Any help is always appreciated.

Thank you in advance]]>

a pizza costs £2.90 more than a bottle of lemonade.

the total cost of the order was £32.98

1. how much does each pizza cost?

2. How much was the lemonade?]]>

By repeated integration, you can show that f(x) is a polynomial.

Is there another proof showing this result? Can I please see it?]]>

I don't understand why

\(\displaystyle \left(v_1,\frac{v_1 + v_2}{\sqrt{2}}\right) = \frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}[(v_1, v_1) + (v_1, v_2)]\)

when I simplify the right hand side and compare it with the left side, I get

\(\displaystyle v_1 = \frac{v_1 + v_1}{\sqrt{2}} = \frac{2v_1}{\sqrt{2}} = \sqrt{2}v_1\)]]>

I got an equation for grid-snapping in a 3-d space, but is there any equation that allows me to gridsnap units diagonally? Like when im rotating some 3-d object i want it to gridsnap in those directions

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