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incredible something happen to me in math related to logic
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As I told you earlier Ryan, we can't tell what you're asking ...
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Frankly, I can't figure out what Ryan$ is trying to say! If x= y and x+ z= f then you can say that y+ z= f because "x" and "y" are...
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Frankly, I can't figure out what Ryan$ is trying to say! If x= y and x+ z= f then you can say that y+ z= f because "x" and "y" are...
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JeffM
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the term "same" in math
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We have said before that what "same" means depends on context. In elementary algebra, it generally means that two sets of symbols...
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JeffM
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I agree with Dr. P that we need to see the specific problem to do anything concrete. In general, however, your questions frequently...
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JeffM
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Why is Euclid's SAS proof considered not valid?
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Wow. The second link is a powerhouse. It would take me a week to grasp it fully. Thank you for the link. By the way, I have an...
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Dr.Peterson
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Please quote the actual problem you are working on here, in its entirety. That will make all the difference. In particular, we need to...
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Here is the proof you are asking about, with comments: https://mathcs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/java/elements/bookI/propI4.html I also found...
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Once again, example would help. x = y means the 2 variables have the same value.
Today at 12:14 PM
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"x= y" means that "x" and "y" are two symbols both representing the same number ("same" here having its usual English meaning). Some...
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Does anyone know how to graph log functions????
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You have all of those backward. f(x) is the value of the function when evaluated at x. Starting with the first one, it needs to be...
Today at 12:12 PM
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To be more frankly here, I know my skills and I'm not that good much at math and LOGIC , Everyday I struggle to be better and I read...
Today at 12:11 PM
Dr.Peterson
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Calculate acceleration of particle?
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You started with v = dr/dt = (du/dt)*(dr/du), and you claim that dv/dt = (d^2u/dt^2)*(d^2r/du^2). But you didn't apply the product rule...
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"x= y" means that "x" and "y" are two symbols both representing the same number ("same" here having its usual English meaning). Some...
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About cone - Spatial Geometry
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Thank you a lot for the help. I'm searching not for a person who ''invented'' but for the history of cone. How it was used in the past...
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