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express in roster form: B={xlxE N and 6<x<10}
Just list all the natural numbers in the interval (6,10)
myininaya', what if the set Q of all prime numbers less than 10? can we consider the negative numbers?
I think it depends on the definition of prime numbers your teacher chose. I choose the definition that they are natural numbers greater than 1 and are only divisible by 1 and itself. For example: 13 since 13 and 1 are it's only factors
\[\{n\in \mathcal N |(1<n<10)∧(\forall x,y\in \mathcal N)[(xy=n)⇒(x=1∨y=1)]\}\]
So do you think you can now list the prime numbers between 1 and 10 (not including 10 since it doesn't say equal to)?
A math teacher is preparing an exam each of his Algebra class. Math-alino and Math-matalino, covering topics A (circles) and B (inequalities). He wants to design the exams so that both classes will have the same number of questions on A and also on B. Each question on A is worth 15 points in section Math-alino and 20 points in section Math-matalino while each question on B is worth 10 points in section Math-alino and 5 points in section Math-matalino. If the total number of points in both exams is 100, how many questions should he ask on each topic?
help me please UnkleRhaukus thanks in advance