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Dr.Peterson
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Finding x problem please help
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Definitely tell your teacher about it; but it is not unheard-of for instructional programs to be wrong occasionally. Ideally, I'd like...
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Mr. Bland
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Arithmetic progression problem (I guess)
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Okay. Sure, let's do that. A few pages ago, there was a single sheet containing the pages 22 and 23.
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Subhotosh Khan
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Arithmetic progression problem (I guess)
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What if the last page was torn - and it was printed (and counted) only on one side (i.e. the last printed page was an odd page).
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Ginandtonic
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Finding x problem please help
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I did check but I couldn't make the answer given, which was 72 for and equals of 22. Thank you - this is kind of good news AND bad news...
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HallsofIvy
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Continuously differentiable function is integrable
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Saying that a continuously differentiable function is integrable does NOT imply that a function must be continuously differentiable...
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Subhotosh Khan
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Arithmetic progression problem (I guess)
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Your thought process matches mine - AP. So how many pages did the original (intact) book had?
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pka
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Arithmetic progression problem (I guess)
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This is a faulty question. Pickup any book or magazine a single sheet is numbered with two integers, one odd & one even. The odd is less...
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lev888
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Arithmetic progression problem (I guess)
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This formula applies to a valid sequence. Without 22 and 23 the sequence is not a valid arithmetic sequence. How do we make it valid...
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MarkFL
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Arithmetic progression problem (I guess)
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I would let \(P\) be the number of pages originally in the book and write: 0<\frac{P(P+1)}{2}-7495<2P You should find two integer...
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Darya
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Arithmetic progression problem (I guess)
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Tried to use a formula of sum ((1+n)/2)n=7495 although it doesn't seem correct at all
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HallsofIvy
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Finding x problem please help
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Did you consider checking the answer? 0.5(72- 32)= 0.5(40)= 20 NOT 22 so 72 is definitely not a solution to this equation. 0.5(76-...
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lev888
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Arithmetic progression problem (I guess)
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What's the formula you are trying to use and how did you use it?
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Subhotosh Khan
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Finding x problem please help
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Your answer (76) is correct.
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Darya
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Intermediate/Advanced Algebra
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So I've got this problem: A sheet was torn from a book (which is e.g. pages 22,23). The sum of all the remaining pages is 7495. How many...
Today at 2:45 PM
pka
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Coordinate points of Polygons
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Here is what I would do, but is requires knowledge of complex numbers. For example the octagon is eight sides so look at the eight...
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