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what is the range of these scores: 73, 89, 81, 95 and 87?
what is the range of these scores: 73, 89, 81, 95 and 87?
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find the solution set
(2x+1)/(x^(2)-1)+(x)/(x^(2)-3x+2)=4
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I have just posted one math question, and I still have few math problems to add. I am new to this website, and I am trying to figure out how to use it.
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3x-y=9
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Factor completely. 3x^2+7x-6
3x^2+7x-6 Factor completely.
a. (x-6)(3x+1)
b. (x-3)(3x+2)
c. (x+3)(3x-2)
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Evaluate the algebraic expressions with no decimal answer
Evaluate the algebraic expressions with no decimal answer
1. N^2 - 25 a)when n=-10 b)when n= -5 c)when n=1/2 d)when n=9
2. (-7d+14)/2 a)when
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solve and graph the soltion on a number line: 6-5ma>161
solve and graph the soltion on a number line: 6-5ma>161
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sin superscript-1(1/1.33)
sin superscript-1(1/1.33)
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2017^2017=?
2017^2017=?
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Spherical Geometry
What is the value of the Secant of 0.5 of one degree?
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would anyone be able to help me with this question?
if x > 1, then for what positive base b is logb(x) is always equal to 3/4 of log10x
a) cubic root of 10,000
b) 40/3
c) fourth root of 1,000
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Least Common Denominator
how do I find the the least common denominator of 3 or more fractions? I have been reading many ways but they are very complicated, so please explain me in easy way. thank you for help!
EDIT: thanks for all help! helped me big time!
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Telescope optics
A simple telescope has an objective lens of focal length 100 cm and an eyepiece lens of focal length 5 cm. It is used to look at the moon, which subtends an angle of 0.009 rad. What is the diameter
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what ist the needed force to throw up a stone of 1 kg 1 m high
what ist the force needed to throw up a stone of 1 kg 1 m high
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Log(e) and Log?
What is Log(e) in relation to Log?
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The area of Alabama is 51,718 square miles and its population is 4,779,736. The area of Missouri is 69,709 square miles and its population i
The area of Alabama is 51,718 square miles and its population is 4,779,736. The area of Missouri is 69,709 square miles and its population is 5,988,927. The average state population density is 87.4 people per square mile. How do the population densities
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Repost: Mailbox question (Confusing high school problem)
Question is: In how many ways can 4 postcards be mailed into 3 mail boxes?
This is a topic IGCSE 0606 additional maths: Counting and the binomial expansion; The product principle)
There are 3 unique mail boxes and 4
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Maths Compund Angles Trignometry
cos(pi/7) + (cos(pi/7))^2 - 2(cos(pi/7))^3
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Four+circles.jpg
Four+circles.jpg
(Note: above that should be a hyperlink to the diagram...)
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Circles
A circle passes through two adjacent vertices of a square and is tangent to one side of the
square. If the side length of the square is 2, what is the radius of the circle?
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Assume that population means are to be estimated from the samples described. Use the sample results to approximate the margin of error and 95% confidence interval. Sample size equals =100, sample mean equals 76, sample standard deviation equals 13.
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Find equation through line
find an equation of the liner through (-78,-56) paralled with the line given by -8+52x+97y=0
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