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the cost of a calculator is now $32. if it has increased by 3.5% how much was the old cost?
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Solid Mensuration
An inverted cone of revolution whose slant height is 6 in. holds a quart of liquid. How far from the vertex should marks be placed on the slat height to indicate ½ pint, 1 pint, and 1 ½ pints?
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Proving Perpendicular Bisectors
this is for proving that the L is a perpendicular bisector of AB
A= (-3,2)
B=(5,-5)
I got 16x-14y=37; I need to find out what x and y equals.
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how do we use math in life
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Finding tanθ
13y = 15x. Find the tangent of θ.
tan(θ) =
θ is in Q1
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(x/9)+4=-7
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torque... i think
i have no clue how to go about this, but i need to find the torque necessary to spin a hexagonal disc. help? please..
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7X-63X^3
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conics intersection
i found the equation of an ellipse which is (x-50)squared over 10,000 all+ (y-40)squared over 7,225=1
then i have a line y=x-95
i need to find where they intersect
i know you must substitute a variable, but i get wrong answers can someone help
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GIVEN THAT C=-2
WHAT IS THE VALUE OF
2C^2
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when: 2t/T double = 2 5/35
2 t/T double =1.10
My question is how did they get 1.10?
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what is 2x-3=10
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College Algebra
(1/5+SQUARE ROOT 19/10i)^2
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Probability
In a game of chess, a player can either win draw or lose.
The probability that Vishi wins any game of chess is 0.5
The probability that Vishi draws any game of chess is 0.3
Vishi plays 2 games of chess
a) Draw a probability tree diagram
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Use matrices to solve the following system of linear equations.
-3x - 2y = -3
5x + 4y = 7
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IF YOU HAVE A MILLION WHAT WOULD YOU BY RULES NO RENTING AND YOU NEED TO ADD TAX AND NO BUYING GUNS DRUGS WHAT EVER USE, THE INTERNET TO SEARCH ALL THE THINGS YOU MUST HAVE WASTE ALL YOUR MILLION DOLLAR FOR THE MAXIMUM OF 20 ITEMS SEND ME ALL THE LINKS THAT
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coupon bonds and finding yield to maturity
Find the yield to maturity (i)
$1000 face-value, 1-year, coupon bond with coupon rate of 8% selling for $925.
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A=$2,000(1+.08% divided by 1 to the 15th power
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Find a closed form for this linear recurrence sequence
x1 = 11, xn+1 = -0.8xn + 9 (n = 1,2,3, . . .)
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