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how do i do fraction
how do i do fraction
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A piece of equipment cost $85,000 new but despite 15% every 5 years. Find its value after 30 years.
A piece of equipment cost $85,000 new but despite 15% every 5 years. Find its value after 30 years.
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(288x10^-10)3=?
(288x10^-10)3=?
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what is standard algorithm
what is standard algorithm
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sqrt(a^2,3) * sqrt(a,4)
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A metal ball has a mass of 2kg and a volume of 6 m3. What is it's density?
A metal ball has a mass of 2kg and a volume of 6 m3. What is it's density?
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Pi/4=8arctan(1/10)-(rational fraction). What is the rational fraction? Thanks.
Pi/4=8arctan(1/10)-(rational fraction). What is the rational fraction? Thanks.
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if c is the midpoint of KN , what is KC?
if c is the midpoint of KN , what is KC?
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what are the numbers of pi
what are the numbers of pi
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1000-999+90987=?
1000-999+90987=?
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what is 3!+y^3+b-4=y
3!+y^3+b-4=y
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one plus eight
one plus eight
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why is it that math teachers explain things to where you don't understand
why is it that math teachers explain things to where you don't understand
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$4000 compounded annually at 3% for 20 years
$4000 compounded annually at 3% for 20 years
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Where is the answer to the calculation of 100! on your calculator? It should clearly read: 9.3326215443944152681699238856267e+157
Where is the answer to the calculation of 100! on your calculator? It should clearly read: 9.3326215443944152681699238856267e+157
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Does pi ever end?
I was talking to a bunch of kids in my math class and they had like, 10-12 didgets memorized and were talking about pi, abd I was wondering if the were right.
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what is 3 times 2
what is 3 times 2
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The accuracy of Pi
If I was to say that Pi expressed as 3.1415 in relation to the measurement of a circle was an error and that the exact Pi was 3.1414. Could you or anyone else prove me wrong from an actual measurement of the circumference of a circle. Rather than just quoating
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the quotient of three times a number and four is at least negative sixteen
the quotient of three times a number and four is at least negative sixteen
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Weather update
Some wind is blowing , it seems to rain soon, I love this time of the day, I just sit in the window and enjoy! You can see my rooms dark.....I haventswitched on the light! I feel it makes me feel hot so I like to keep the room cool!
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if an item cost $96 and was sold $169 what was the percentage of the profit
if an item cost $96 and was sold $169 what was the percentage of the profit
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Chris, Alan or I have cursorily checked most posts up to and including
Chris, Alan or I have cursorily checked most posts up to and including
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(0+0.02+0+0.51)1/2 = 0.74.... How do I get to that answer?
(0+0.02+0+0.51)1/2 = 0.74.... How do I get to that answer? Well how do I punch the the 1/2?
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