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katee16:
8x2 + 16x + 8 = 0
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Solve the equation:
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Does the following system have positive solutions:
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Make a conjecture about 8Tn + 1 and then prove it.
Triangular numbers Tn. Hint, try several examples using numbers to get a pattern and mak…
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Prove:
3 divides (n^(3)  n) n is an element of N
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Prove directly:
Given that a, b, c is a Pythagorean triple, prove that qa, qb, and qc is a Pythagorean triple where q is contained in R, q …
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1 + 2^1 + 2^2 + 2^3 + 2^4 + 2^5 + ...2^n = 2^(n+1) 1. Prove
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It is weighin time for the local under 85 kg rugby team. The bathroom scale used to assess eligibilty can be described by Hooke's law, whic…
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Prove
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Prove that n^2 + 5n is divisible by 2 where n is in N.
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Show that any three integers contain a pair whose sum is even.
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arihudo:
15<5(m7)
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After driving around and undergoing a displace of delta rx = 20.1km and delta ry = 11.3km, a driver finds herself at position r2x = 31.9km…
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The men's world record for swimming 1500.0 m in a long course pool (as of 2007) is 14 min 34.56s. At this rate, how many seconds would it t…
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Let there be a trapezoid with bases a and b (a>b) and height h. Find the height of the triangle formed by the extensions of nonparallel side…
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How many grams of salt are needed to make 771 grams of saltwater that is 41.5% salt by mass?
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Determine whether the sets below are welldefined or not. For each welldefined set, state whether it is finite or infinite.
a) The set of…
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Decide whether the set of all real numbers of the form m+nroot(2) where m is in Z and n is E (E is the ring of all even numbers) is a integr…
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Let G be the group M2(Z5) under addition. List the elements of the subgroup <A> of G if A = [[0],[1]],[2],[4]]. Click for a better vision.
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Find all zero divisors in Z12
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Find the order of (1,4,2,3,5)(1,3,4,5).
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Express as a product of disjoint cycles: (1,4,2,3,5)(1,3,4,5).
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kittykitty:
Find the 10th term in the addition pattern with the formula: 8n – 3
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fareastmovement13:
round to the nearest hunderd 49,807
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lol24:
1. 8/9  10/3 =
a. 2/9
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peacehopeemily:
5 ^3sqrt(9y^2)*^3sqrt(24y)
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sheemah44:
Factor the expression x2 − 5x − 24.
. (x − 4)(x + 6)B. (x − 3)(x + 8)C. (x + 3)(x − 8)D. (x + 4)(x − 6)
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Find an isomorphism from the additive group Z6 to the multiplicative group G = {[a] is in Z7[a] does not equal 0}. Click for picture.
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allie_bear22:
If you wanted to eliminate the y variable by adding the two equations in the following system, what could be your first step?
5x − 6y = 6
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Decide if the set {[0],[2],[4],[6],[8]} is in Z10 is a group under multiplication. If yes, is it abelian? If not, which conditions fail to …
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