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When 36 consecutive integers are added, the result is -18. What is the greatest product that can be obtained by multiplying two of these 36 integers?
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Graphing Using 'Slope Intercept' Form of a Line
what is the slope and intercept for 2x + y = 0
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[2x+4]>8
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The four-digit number 1210 has an interesting property.
The four-digit number 1210 has an interesting property.
The first digit, 1, counts how many zeros are in the number.
The second digit, 2, counts how many ones are in the number.
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The probability of sunshine on any given day in July for a town is 75%. The probability of rain is 25%.
The probability of sunshine on any given day in July for a town is 75%. The probability of rain is 25%.
What is the probability of sunshine 3 days in a row?
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1. How many ways can a domino be placed on a 4 x 4 chessboard? Each "half" of the domino must cover exactly one square of the chessboard. An example is shown below.
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a) How many numbers among 1,2,3,...,1000 are not divisible by 9?
b) Dmitri has a pair of standard dice; one die is blue, and the other die is yellow. He rolls both of his dice. How many ways could the number on
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You have four tiles that say M, A, T, and H. How many words can you form from these tiles? For example, you can form "AMH" and "TH". (The words do not have to be valid English words.)
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Next, the sisters consider the exponential rate and create a similar chart. Please Check and Solve!
Next, the sisters consider the exponential rate and create a similar chart.
Exponential Rate
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What model cell phone does everyone have?
What cell phone does everyone have?
I had to do a survey for technologies class and I'm too shy to ask my peers or neighbors :)
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Help with Puzzle
We connect dots with toothpicks in a grid as shown below. The grid below has 5 horizontal toothpicks in each row and 5 vertical toothpicks in each column.
Suppose
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Every student in my school is in either French class or Spanish class, or both. Let x be the number of students in French class, y be the number of students in Spanish class, and z be the number of students who are in both classes. Find an
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In the Gregorian calendar, every year which is divisible by 4 is a leap year, except for years which are divisible by 100; those years are only leap years if they're divisible by 400. (This may seem complicated, but the calendar is carefully designed
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How to solve these types?
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I know this is silly, but I never really thought of this before.
Without a graphing calculator.
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HELPS PLEASE! also ty CPhill for helping me on the first one.
A function f has a horizontal asymptote of y=-4, a vertical asymptote of x=3 and an x-intercept at (1,0).
Part (a): Let f be of the form
Find an expression for f(x).
Part (b): Let f be of the form
Find an expression
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Apr 14, 2019
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The sequence beginning with 3, 7... follows this rule:
The sequence beginning with 3, 7... follows this rule:
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Find the positive constant so that the equation has a unique solution in
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Find all solutions to
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Find the number of positive integers so that
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In a certain pentagon, the interior angles are and where a,b,c,d,e are integers strictly less than 180 degrees. ("Strictly less than 180" means they are "less than and not equal to" 180.)
If the median of
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The second term in a geometric sequence is 42.
Slove 8 and 9 Please!
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Let be nonzero real numbers such that and . Find the value of .
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Problem 7: Somebody Solve!
Problem 7:
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