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How to convert Mbps in MBps
Hi, I wanted to use the sci calc, but don't know how the command line should look like for converting data speed of 9.98 Mbps in MBps. Could you give me an advise?
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Melody
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scrutinizer
Nov 30, 2014
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"Graphically" means to graph an equation or a system of equations. In this case you have to draw the graph of the inverse proportionality 1/2x moved 4 units up the Y and intersecting the line 2x - 5 which in turn is the line 2x moved 5 units down the Y. It shares one common point with 1/2x.
scrutinizer
Oct 24, 2013
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x isn't equal to 0. Other than zero real numbers are included in the domain of this function
scrutinizer
Oct 23, 2013
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Ooops, indeed. And why I became so absent-minded? Shame on me!
scrutinizer
Oct 23, 2013
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To find c just express it: e=0.5*c*v^2 => 2e = cv^2 => c = v^2/(2e). I guess e isn't the base of natural logarithm, v isn't speed and c isn't the speed of light?
scrutinizer
Oct 23, 2013
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f(x)=f(x) => 32 = 5x - 3 => x = 7.
scrutinizer
Oct 22, 2013
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Expressing y in the term of x we get y = 3x - 1. Graphically it looks as the linear graph x inclined over Ox axis at an angle which slope coefficient is 3(i.e. the tangent of the angle is 3) and moved 1 unit down the Y.
scrutinizer
Oct 22, 2013
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8.5 - 1.25 = 7.25
scrutinizer
Oct 22, 2013
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The root of 28 is not to be found among set of integers, instead it can only be rearranged as it follows: sqrt(4*7)=
=2sqrt(7)
scrutinizer
Oct 22, 2013
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Definitely yes.
scrutinizer
Oct 22, 2013
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I'm aware more than you might suppose of what is even/uneven speaking both of numbers and functions.
The reason for my use of the term I chosed is already explained above.
"You had
tan theta = +-pi/6 + pi*n
I had
tan theta = +-pi/6 + 2pi*k OR (pi+-pi/6) + 2pi*k"
As far as I remember it's you who had sin and me who had tan.
Once again, may consider me futile but I can't get into your notation. Whether you have pi/6 or -pi/6 you have to add the period of tan function which is pi, not 2 pi. At least that's what I'd been taught. I think the notation have to be simplier,that is according to the main rules of roots notation. As for 5pi/6 or -5pi/6 or 9pi/6 or -9pi/6, the part "+ pi n" speaks for itself: you get all these angles when consecutively add other multiples of these original angles. When you have cos theta, then you have to insert either pi/6 or -pi/6. Since cos is "even" cos (-pi/6)= cos pi/6.
Homogeneous expression is the polynomial of which every term's sum of indexes of power is the same, for example, a^2 + ab + b^2. As a rule the equations of such a type are solved by dividing every term by the variable of the major power.
scrutinizer
Oct 22, 2013
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