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TRowstudy:
Group Title
When 53 is divided by a positive interger n the remainder is 3 How many values of n are possible?
updated one year ago
9 replies
2 Medals
Mathematics
Idealist:
Group Title
Is Complex Analysis pure math or applied math?
updated one year ago
7 replies
2 Medals
Mathematics
ilfy214:
Group Title
Find all the solutions to the equation sin^2(x)cos^2(x) = (2 - √2)/16
updated one year ago
15 replies
4 Medals
Mathematics
orple8:
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For a positive integer n, if both n and n + 2 are prime, then they are known as twin primes. For example, 59 and 61 are twin primes. Whether…
updated one year ago
42 replies
5 Medals
Mathematics
orple8:
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For a certain positive integer n, n^2 gives a remainder of 4 when divided by 5, and n^3 gives a remainder of 2 when divided by 5. What remai…
updated one year ago
15 replies
3 Medals
Mathematics
jk_16:
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For what integer values of n is x-y a factor of x^n - y^n?
updated one year ago
2 replies
3 Medals
Mathematics
DLS:
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Matrix question.
updated one year ago
18 replies
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Mathematics
ujjwal:
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Let \(f(x)\) be a polynomial in x with integral coefficients. Show, if \(a\equiv b (\mod m)\), then \(f(a)\equiv f(b)(\mod m)\)
updated one year ago
14 replies
2 Medals
Mathematics
ujjwal:
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Show that \(2450^n-1370^n-1150^n-250^n\) is divisible by 1980 for all \(n\epsilon N\)
updated one year ago
22 replies
2 Medals
Mathematics
ECEstudent9405:
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help proving:
csc^4x-cot^4x = csc^2x+cot^2x ?
how to prove it?
updated one year ago
16 replies
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ECEstudent9405:
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Proving Identities:
sin^3(x)+cos^3(x)+sin(x)cos^2(x)+sin^2(x)cos(x) = sin(x)+cos(x) ?
how?
updated one year ago
24 replies
3 Medals
Mathematics
orple8:
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Find a six-digit multiple of 64 that consists only of the digits 1 and 2.
updated one year ago
30 replies
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orple8:
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Find the remainder when 100^{100} is divided by 7
updated one year ago
11 replies
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nincompoop:
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proof that √2 is irrational
assuming that √2 = p/q, where p and q are integers not both even
updated one year ago
43 replies
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dicky18:
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how would i find the hypotinouse of a right triangle if they only give me the base
updated one year ago
15 replies
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zzr0ck3r:
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real analysis
will post with editor
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updated one year ago
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FutureMathProfessor:
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Determine the kernel and range of the transformation T(x,y,z) = (x,2x,y-z) R3--->R3
updated one year ago
19 replies
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FutureMathProfessor:
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If 4 is the determinant of matrix A, what is arcdet(A)?
updated one year ago
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mnnn:
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Find the pythagorean triple for 9.
updated one year ago
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Brittny:
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find the sum from n=1 to infinity of (n/2^n)
updated one year ago
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FutureMathProfessor:
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Prove the polar differential rdrdΘ
updated one year ago
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abhinayreddy:
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[n+psinx]
where n -> integer
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updated one year ago
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taylorswiftfan:
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how many numbers are equal to the sum of two odd, one-digit numbers?
updated one year ago
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Thatyoungbuttercup:
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Can you guys please just give me a yes or no on my answers? thank you!
updated one year ago
58 replies
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Thatyoungbuttercup:
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Can you guys help me with this question please & thank you! :)
updated one year ago
25 replies
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wakoff:
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Hey guys, I have a algebra question here.
So I have f(x) = ln x @ closed interval [1, 4]
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satellite73:
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if \(\sqrt{a}=c\sqrt{d}\) and \(\sqrt{b}=d\sqrt{c}\) then find \(\sqrt{a^2b^4}\) in terms of \(c\) and \(d\)
updated one year ago
34 replies
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Big_Booty:
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I NEED HELP & ANSWER STRAIGHT UP & EXPLANATION THATS EASY TO UNDERSTAND THANK YOU.
updated one year ago
58 replies
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succubusismydogsname:
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In Z_7 find all square roots of 2; of 3; of 4; of 5.
updated one year ago
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kjsparks:
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lcm of 420 and 504
is there a specific way to find it
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updated one year ago
3 replies
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