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Melody
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Melody
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Mathigon website
I just discovered a site called mathigon
https://mathigon.org/dashboard
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Reporting problems.
There are a number of people having problems at the moment.
If you lodge an error can you please give all relevant information that you can think of.
Where you are in the world - the city or the country - is often very important information.
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How to make an empty rectangle in Latex
I just worked out how to make an empty box of various horizonal size easily in LaTex.
This is not a recommended method, but other methods that I have tried here have not worked.
This coding is really simple. Just put letters inside
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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY CHRIS! (CPhill)
I just realized that you became a member here exactly 8 years ago today!
It has been great to have you here all that time
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WELCOME BACK CPHILL !
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Very interesting question. No high level maths required.
This question was posted a couple of days ago.
https://web2.0calc.com/questions/geometry_73561
I think it is really interesting. It looks much more difficult than it really needs to be.
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Members have a better experience. Their questions get more attention.
Almost everyone is posting as a guest.
If you post as a member your questions will have a far greater chance of a timely and helpful response.
If you are a genuine learner and interact with us, you will become known and answerers will do
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHRIS!
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Some guidelines for question askers.
Please note:
1) Ask only one question per post.
2) When asking a question talk about what you have tried for yourself. Then people will take you more seriously and will be more able and willing to help.
3) If you get an answer
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Remeniscing - a little historical humour.
I just found this old post that some of you, who have been around for a while, might find amusing.
https://web2.0calc.com/questions/look-at-the-new-leader-board
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Can you explain better what you want to know?
root 5 is an irrational number which means that it cannot be written exactly as a fraction or a decimal.
You can get an estimate from your calculator.
I probably haven't answered your question.
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Sep 29, 2013
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Ok, I agree, this is a good question.
I assume that you mean the price falls by 40% of the NEW price.
Let the bike's original price by $100
It goes up by 20% which is $20. so the new price is $120.
Now the price goes down by 40%
40% of $120 is 0.40*120 = $48
New price is $120 - $48 = $72
So the original price was $100
Now it is $72
Price has dropped by $28
This is 28/100*100% decrease i.e. 28% decrease
You could choose any original price and the answer would be the same.
Melody
Sep 29, 2013
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It is just (3 squared) plus (2 squared). what is causing you a problem?
Melody
Sep 29, 2013
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I've only done part b
I have done this as a rough copy attachment.
I am notorious for making stupid mistakes but if you can follow at all it should show you how they are done.
If you would like me to explain better feel free to ask
Ajeng's problem .jpg
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Sep 29, 2013
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Divide by 60 to get 1%
then multiply by 40 to get 40%
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Sep 29, 2013
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I don't think that the question makes any sense.
Melody
Sep 29, 2013
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Sorry, the question does not make sense.
Melody
Sep 29, 2013
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Scientific calculators have a pi button, you usually have to press shift or inverse first.
For simple calculators just use the approximate value of 3.14159
Melody
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Sorry the question does not make any sense.
Melody
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I won't answer your question but I will tell you that 3^(-4) = 1 / 3^(+4) = 1/ 81
Melody
Sep 29, 2013
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