How do I find the common ratio in a geometric sequence, if it only gives me the first term and the last term? (1 answer)
How do I find the common ratio in a geometric sequence, if it only gives me the first term and the last term?
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F is for fire that burns down the whole town, U is for Uranium Bombs, N is for NO SURVIVORS :D (1 answer)
F is for fire that burns down the whole town, U is for Uranium Bombs, N is for NO SURVIVORS :D
Anonymous .I hate math this place smells like child birth. (1 answer)
I hate math this place smells like child birth.
Anonymous .I clicked "π" to get some pie, but no pie appeared in my house. I only got some weird 3.14 thing on my computer... Where's my pie? I'm hungr (2 answers)
I clicked "π" to get some pie, but no pie appeared in my house. I only got some weird 3.14 thing on my computer... Where's my pie? I'm hungry and I ..
Anonymous ..F(x)=4x+3; g(x)=2x3; find (f+g)(x) (1 answer)
For the given functions f and g, find the following functions. F(x)=4x+3; g(x)=2x3; find (f+g)(x)
Anonymous .who do you do 3 to the two power * 1 =1 to the sixes power
who do you do 3 to the two power * 1 =1 to the sixes power
kasandra2200Problem (1 answer)
Calculate; 1+3i / 13i , 7±7i , √4(1+ i) , ^4√4(1i), And write the result in the standardform Re z+i in z
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Give a complex number z , so ; a) z=π,z≠±π b) e^z=e^(1); z ≠ 1 c) ³√z=1+ i
ureeph123 ..Calculate the mean horizontal circle reading of the following pair of readings: FL 195o30'32" FR 015o30'32" Please state your answer in deci (1 answer)
Calculate the mean horizontal circle reading of the following pair of readings: FL 195o30'32" FR 015o30'32" Please state your answer in decimal degr..
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limits questions (8 answers)
How can I do these
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Ignore my answer for #18; I messed up! geno3141 (5 hours ago)

I will go back to my original analysis, except for the last step; it has a limit of π/2, not 1. geno3141 (5 hours ago)

My argument for #20: As x → π/2, tan(x) → ∞. So, as x → ∞, invTan(x).. geno3141 (5 hours ago)

My argument for #22: As x→0+, ln(x) → ∞. When does tan(x) → ∞? As x → π/2 (from .. geno3141 (5 hours ago)
15 (26997) – ( 480) (839) (1 answer)
15 (26997) – ( 480) (839) r =  √[15(15586) – (480)2] [15(47721) – (839)2] fo..
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16000=70000e to the power of (a)(t) where t equals 3???? (2 answers)
16000=70000e to the power of (a)(t) where t equals 3????
Anonymous ..given the simultaneous equation below find x and y x11=54 6x7y=41 (1 answer)
given the simultaneous equation below find x and y x11=54 6x7y=41
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w^a+x^a+y^a=z^a
w^a+x^a+y^a=z^a This resembles fermats last theorem. On the left side there are three terms instead of two. One solution is easy to spot. w=3 x=4 y=5 z..
AnonymousWHat is 2 x 4567898765434567876543 (1 answer)
WHat is 2 x 4567898765434567876543
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@@ LANTERN THREAD: Most questions are answered and the 'End of Day Wrap' is written. ( Fri 24/10/14) (3 answers)
@ I have cursorily checked most posts up to and including question page 881+ and answer page 2344+ There are a few that do not have answers&n..
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