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solve ((a+bi)/(a-bi)+(b+ai)/(b-ai))^10
a=sqrt(3)+1, b=sqrt(3)-1, ((a+bi)/(a-bi)+(b+ai)/(b-ai))^10
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The members of a group of packaging designers of a gift shop are looking for a precise procedure to make an open rectangular box with a volu
The members of a group of packaging designers of a gift shop are looking for a precise procedure to make an open rectangular box with a volume of 560 cu. units. from a 24 units by 18 units rectangular piece of material. The main problem is how to identify
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Chris, Alan or I have cursorily checked most posts up to and including
Chris, Alan or I have cursorily checked most posts up to and including
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how do I plug in N(r)=-5000 In (0.77) into calculator
How do I plug N(r)=-5000 In (0.77) into calculator or use it to get answer
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Find R and Q(x) when the following function are divide by linear factors
x^4-3x^2+5x , 2x-1
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Suppose you live 5.2 miles from a hill. From your home you see a plane directly above the hill. Your angle of elevation to the plane is 27°.
Suppose you live 5.2 miles from a hill. From your home you see a plane directly above the hill. Your angle of elevation to the plane is 27°. What is the plane’s altitude?
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Is 66 factorial divisible by 965?
Is 66 factorial divisible by 965? If not, what is the smallest Factorial divisible by that?
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(0.7/1+0.5/1)-0.5
(0.7/1+0.5/1)-0.5
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Scatter plot relationship?
Hello, i have a scatter plot i've drawn, Y axis is Years of post secondary study ( eg, uni or tafe etc) and X is yearly income. I'm come to a conclusion that the two variables seem to have a relationship with each other, with X being dependant on Y, the
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(2 * 2) + 2 - 2) / 2
(2 * 2) + 2 - 2) / 2
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The Universe is 13.6 billion years old and life on earth has existed for 200 thousand years. How is it that if we were to squeeze the age of
The Universe is 13.6 billion years old and life on earth has existed for 200 thousand years. How is it that if we were to squeeze the age of the uni. into 24 hours, humans were only created 4 seconds before midnight? When i try to calculate this all i get
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Hayden had 212 gallons of water in his watering can. The seed packet said to use 14 of a gallon for peppers and 58 of a gallon for tomatoes.
Hayden had 212 gallons of water in his watering can. The seed packet said to use 14 of a gallon for peppers and 58 of a gallon for tomatoes. Hayden than used some of the water for lettuce. If Hayden had 34 gallons of water left over, about how much water
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It has been reported that 42% of college students graduate in 4 years. Consider a random sample of thirty students, and let the random varia
It has been reported that 42% of college students graduate in 4 years. Consider a random sample of thirty students, and let the random variable X be the number who graduate in 4 years. Find the probability that 14 students in the sample of 30 graduate in
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2x+3y=4
2x+3y=4 is it a function?
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What is the vertex of x^2+10x=-17
What is the vertex of x^2+10x=-17
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One-half of a number is equal to the number plus ten. Write an equation and then solve to find the number
One-half of a number is equal to the number plus ten. Write an equation and then solve to find the number
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why do we get on a bus but in a car and how come people can get on and in a plane ?
why do we get on a bus but in a car and how come people can get on and in a plane ?
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110-?*9=12
110-?*9=12
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Aug 7, 2015
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3.4%+0.87%+-13.10%+9.09%=
3.4%+0.87%+-13.10%+9.09%=
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Aug 7, 2015
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what is the interest on 188,717.00 for 8 months at 4.50%?
what is the interest on 188,717.00 for 8 months at 4.50%?
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lcm of 15,6.66
lcm of 15,6.66
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Solve it
sqrt x+4 = x-2
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If x^2/3 = y, what does x^4 equal in terms of y?
If x^2/3 = y, what does x^4 equal in terms of y?
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