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What happens to an oblique asymptote when you reciprocate a function?
 updated 9 months ago
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Help please! the emf of a thermocouple is 5.00mV when one of its junctions, X is places in pure melting ice and the other junction, Y is pla…
 updated one year ago
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What does this graph mean?
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please help! why can't we use v^2/r to calculate power loss in transmission cables?
 updated one year ago
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Why can't we use v^2/r to calculate power loss in transmission cables?
 updated one year ago
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Can we use mass/molar mass to find number of moles for GASES?
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Can we use mass/molar mass to calculate the number of moles of a gas?
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On the 1st of April, Mr. Wesley invested $15,000 in the business. Why is the bank account(an asset) debited(increased)?
 updated 2 years ago
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has anyone read 'remember me?' by sophie kinsella? :) is there any character whom u disagree with what he/she had done in the story?
 updated 2 years ago
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find angle CEO? (geometrycircles) :)
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help in geometry( properties of circles) please.. thanks
 updated 2 years ago
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Please help me with these questions, thank youu! (;
 updated 2 years ago
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Help > open attached document
 updated 2 years ago
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If the minimum distance between two parallel chords of lengths 9cm and 14cm is 2.7cm, what is the radius of the circle?
 updated 2 years ago
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please help, make a sentence with the word 'array', 'ascertain', 'assassinate' and 'assault' . Try to bring out the meanings in the sentence…
 updated 3 years ago
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Given that f(x) = x^(2n)  (p+1)x^(2) + p, where n and p are positive integers, show that (x1) is a factor of f(x) for all values of p and.…
 updated 3 years ago
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Solve.. 3x^3  23x^2 +7x +5 …
 updated 3 years ago
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How do we factorise 12x^3  8x^2  3x + 2? thank you :)
 updated 3 years ago
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Help please, How do you find the value of k of which x^2 + (k1)x + k^2  16 is exactly divisible by (x3) but not divisible by (x+4) ? than…
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I need help, How do we find the values of p and q when 12x^4 + 16x^3 + p x^2 +qx 1 is divisible by 4x^2  1. hence, find the other factors …
 updated 3 years ago
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The remainder theorem? helpp, thanks :)
 updated 3 years ago
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I need help, when (3x^3 + px^2 + qx +8) is divided by (x^2  3x +2) , the remainder is (5x+6). how do we find the values of p and q? thank y…
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How do we find the value of k?
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How to subtract a fraction with another fraction?
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Solve [3/(x1)]  [(2x+10)/(x^2+2x3)] = 1/3
help please , thanks!
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I need help in finding the values of A,B and C in this identity. thanks!
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The sum of the circumference of 2 circles is 38pie cm. & the sum of their areas is 193pie cm^2. how do we calculate the radii of the circles…
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How do you solve this simultaneous equation?
2x + 3y = 13
2xy + 5y^2  4x^2 = 41
 updated 3 years ago
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Solve 25x^2 = 12(5x3)
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