I see three fractions, having denominators of x, x and xΒ². Is that the correct interpretation?

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You are first setting the calculator to either radians or degrees before evaluating sinh(1), are you?

(2Pi - x) + (Pi + x) = 3Pi

First, the integral of 5 with respect to x is 5x

Next, you evaluate this 5x at x=5 and at x=0

To find half of 34 Β»Β»Β»

2 1/x x 34 =

To find tan^{2 }you first find tan, then you square that.

tan^{2} 30Β° = (tan 30Β°)x(tan 30Β°)

Mathematicians are not big dart players, nor target shooters.

You'd better describe exactly how the widths of the point areas are related. What about the diameter of the bullseye?

Standard form? Do you by any chance mean standard deviation?

Otherwise, please give some context in which your standard form is used.

Are these spurious 6s supposed to be angle symbols, viz., should it read:

If β DAE = β DFE, what is ....

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You started off correctly, Guest, but series impedances don't add algebraically, they add according to Pythagoras.

So impedance Z = [(X_{L })Β² + RΒ² ]^{Β½}

You are a bit loose with your equals signs there, Guest! π±

Take care to ensure equals always means equals!!

It can be fixed with % sign after the 100

Is this in the context of the physics of ideal gases?

succ(B) is C