Perfect squares are the product of a rational number multiplied by itself. for example 12^2=144. the cubed roots are the same thing except instead of the number squared it's the number cubed or to the third power.
Because his AP calculus class was over there.
I don't know what calculator you're using, but usually, you press second then the sin button.
I'll do anything but Geometry. blugh.
the correct answer is B
assuming s is a variable this would be the indefinite integral.
the answer should be 3.
I get that the cosine of 162 is 0.20 but geometry is not my area of expertise.
Go to the doctor.
the question that is. not your problem. there's a chance that will never be solved.
Many Historians believe that the Mesopotamians have the first records of a full numerical system. but that's only if I remember correctly from school.