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NoxiPro:
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lagrangeson why aren't you in mathematics section?
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carlyn:
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6 divided by 5√3
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FreeTrader:
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Just looking to see who else here is working on CALCULUS 1. Drop by my question to say hi...
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FreeTrader:
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Are you working on MIT OCW Scholar Single Variable Calculus?
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FreeTrader:
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Who is here for Calculus tonight?
 updated 3 years ago
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kota:
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1+1=
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yugobister:
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After 8 months, $750 simple interest was owed ona loan of $9000. Find the annual interest rate.
 updated 3 years ago
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FreeTrader:
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Have you seen the newer and more complete MIT OCW SCHOLAR version of Single Variable Calculus?
You should join its study group, and you ca…
 updated 3 years ago
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Numbers:
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um is 9/4 0.444 repeating as a decimal
 updated 3 years ago
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70/100 in lowest terms and decimal please
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35/100 in lowest term and decimal please
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Numbers:
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155/100 as a fraction in lowest term
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Numbers:
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270/100 in lowest terms in fraction and decimal
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16/100 in lowest terms as a fraction decimals
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DrPiDude:
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If you have a number like "200" and you have the same number but with a decimal, "200." Which one has one significant figure and which has …
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FreeTrader:
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600+ students, but few here simultaneously. Can we agree on a time to check in, so we can have a vibrant hour together? How is 8PM ET (as…
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biglalo72:
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just need to be pointed to the right direction....if a herd of elephants are going at 6 mph and a stray elephant starts running at 10 mph a…
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365 in lowest terms as a fraction
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FreeTrader:
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Is weekdays 8:00 PM NYC Eastern Time a good time for you to check in here? Maybe we can have a vibrant hour here together. Please suggest…
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92/100 reduced to a fraction in lowest form
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iHOOP96:
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im currently studying transformations in my math class, and i am totally confused. Can someone please specify the basics ?…
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plexx:
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what is the standard form of the equation that has a slope of 2/3 and passes through the point (1,0) ?
 updated 3 years ago
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kay05:
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how do you solve this problem? show me how to solve step by step. jack spends all of his allowance every week on candy. Last week he bought…
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nppbleh789:
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What are the measures of two complimentary angles if the difference in the measures of the two angles is 12?
 updated 3 years ago
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iyeager:
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In Session 1, when finding the slope of the tangent to f(x)=1/x he algebraically gets that ((1/x0+x)(1/x0))/x) equals (1/x)((x0(x0+x)…
 updated 3 years ago
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Josee:
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Find all values of x at which the tangent
line to the graph of
y =x^2/(x + 3)…
 updated 3 years ago
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omarhaps:
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(2x+1)(x+5)=3
 updated 3 years ago
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Soifon:
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how do you find the median and mode using the Casio fx82AU?
 updated 3 years ago
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FreeTrader:
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A basic calculus question: The integral of e^2x is [(e^2x)/2] + C. Why do we only multiply by 1/2 without increasing the power?
 updated 3 years ago
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shortie:
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Give an example of the commutative property of multiplication
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