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Quadretic Equataion

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

X+1/x=2cosa let find the value of 13x+12/x

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

That depends on your definition of "whole numbers."

In the positive integers, there are twenty pairs: (1, 39), (2, 38), ... (20, 20).

If you allow zero, add (0, 40).

If you allow negative numbers, there are an infinite number of pairs:

(-1, 41), (-2, 42), (-3, 43)...

In the positive integers, there are twenty pairs: (1, 39), (2, 38), ... (20, 20).

If you allow zero, add (0, 40).

If you allow negative numbers, there are an infinite number of pairs:

(-1, 41), (-2, 42), (-3, 43)...

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Parentheses go in pairs: an opening left parenthesis (, and a closing right parenthesis ). They are sometimes called brackets. A pair of matching parentheses enclose an expression and tell you or the calculator that the content must be considered as a whole. For example if you write 2*(4+5) it means that the factor 2 outside multiplies the whole content of the parentheses. To open (remove) parentheses you must use the distributive property.

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Use a ruler to measure the lengths of the sides and a protractor to measure the angles. The scale factor is the lengths of one divided by the lengths of the other.

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Draw two chords of the circle (any two chords will do, as long as they aren't parallel). Construct perpendicular bisectors of each chord. The center of the circle will be where the two bisectors intersect.

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Jun 01, 2012 | The Learning Company Clue Finders 6th...

Surface area of any prism is the sum of the areas of the sides

A trapezium is A = h(a + b)/2

h is the perpendicular height, a and b are the parallel sides

A trapezium is A = h(a + b)/2

h is the perpendicular height, a and b are the parallel sides

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Hello,

It seems to me that such question is well above the grade level that appears in the heading. Ker(f) comes from the English word kernel . The kernel of a homomorphism (application, not necessarily a function ) between two sets that have similar algebraic structures, is the subset of the original set (domain) the images of which are the neutral element in the target set (range). The kernel measures the degree to which a homomorphism fails to be injective.

Specific definitions exist for specifiq contexts.

I would advise you to curl up with a good book on abstract algebra and read more, with pen and paper,

Hope it helps.

It seems to me that such question is well above the grade level that appears in the heading. Ker(f) comes from the English word kernel . The kernel of a homomorphism (application, not necessarily a function ) between two sets that have similar algebraic structures, is the subset of the original set (domain) the images of which are the neutral element in the target set (range). The kernel measures the degree to which a homomorphism fails to be injective.

Specific definitions exist for specifiq contexts.

I would advise you to curl up with a good book on abstract algebra and read more, with pen and paper,

Hope it helps.

Oct 08, 2009 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

This can't be solved using whole numbers.

If you have 1 blue, then you have 3 red, then that would make 7 green. =11

If you have 2 blue, then you have 6 red, then that would make 10 green. =18

If you have 1 blue, then you have 3 red, then that would make 7 green. =11

If you have 2 blue, then you have 6 red, then that would make 10 green. =18

Sep 22, 2009 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

Do you always get people on the Internet to answer your "homework" questions?

After making 1 pair, you have 60 frames and 85 lenses.

After making 2 pair, you have 59 frames and 83 lenses.

After making 3 pair, you have 58 frames and 81 lenses.

After making 4 pair, you have 57 frames and 79 lenses.

...

After making many pairs, will you run out of:

* frames, with lenses remaining,

* lenses, with frames remaining.

or, it will be "lunch-time", and somebody else from ELBONIA will do your job, since your job has been OUTSOURCED while you were at lunch.

Do you always get people on the Internet to answer your "homework" questions?

After making 1 pair, you have 60 frames and 85 lenses.

After making 2 pair, you have 59 frames and 83 lenses.

After making 3 pair, you have 58 frames and 81 lenses.

After making 4 pair, you have 57 frames and 79 lenses.

...

After making many pairs, will you run out of:

* frames, with lenses remaining,

* lenses, with frames remaining.

or, it will be "lunch-time", and somebody else from ELBONIA will do your job, since your job has been OUTSOURCED while you were at lunch.

Do you always get people on the Internet to answer your "homework" questions?

Sep 19, 2009 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

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