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5.89 x 10^-7 m^(589nm)
5.89 x 10^-7 m^(589nm)
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solve equation log72 (x2 - x) = 1
log72 (x2 - x) = 1
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Write 60p as a percentage of £5
Write 60p as a percentage of £5
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Tricky math question
For those who know the answer to this question, do not answer it and spoil it for everyone else:
Say I have a row of 1000 quarters which first start on heads and every 2nd quarter, I flip down to tails (so that would mean every 2nd, 4th, 6th,
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five million cats eat twenty mice. how many mice are left? five million mice in total when started :b
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does substituting negatives into an equation thats already negative make it a positive?
does substituting negatives into an equation thats already negative make it a positive?
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(-6 8/9)/(3 1/3)
(-6 8/9)/(3 1/3)
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A trapezoid has sides of length 14.3 millimeters, 11.1 millimeters, 14.3 millimeters, and 16.2 millimeters. What is the perimeter?
A trapezoid has sides of length 14.3 millimeters, 11.1 millimeters, 14.3 millimeters, and 16.2 millimeters. What is the perimeter?
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whats the square root of 164
whats the square root of 164
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tan(90)=x/11
tan(90)=x/11
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what is the quadratic formula
what is the quadratic formula
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A radio station had 294 tickets to a concert. They gave away 5 times as many tickets to listeners as to employees. How many tickets did they give away to employees?
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sin(30)/1 = 6/x
sin(30)/1 = 6/x
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how do you solve quadratics backward
how do you solve inverse backward
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What is 0 to the zeroth power
What is 0 to the zeroth power
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what is 2 plus 4 square rooted to the millionth power
what is 2 plus 4 square rooted to the millionth power
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Is 10^5 in scientific notation
Is 10^5 in scientific notation
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what fraction represents 70%
what fraction represents 70%
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Choose the value of k that makes the following function continuous at x=8:
Choose the value of k that makes the following function continuous at x=8:
f(x)= { x² - 11x + 24 / x - 8 then x < 8
also { -8x + k then x ≥ 8
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how can i put this problem in the calculator 25 X (128)^-1 (mod 109)
how can i put this problem in the calculator 25 X (128)^-1 (mod 109)
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