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Given 1 is less than or equal x^2 +y^2 less than or equal 2, find the largest and smallest values of the expression z=x^2 +xy+y^2
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Let f(t)=sqrt(1+t^2)  t. Find the value of the expression:
f(x)f(y)+f(y)f(z)+f(z)f(x), if xy+yz+zx =1, x, y, and z are all greater than 0…
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Left f(t) = sqrt(1+t^2)  t. Find the value of the expression.
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Solve the equation:
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Does the following system have positive solutions:
x^2+xy+y^2=4
x^2+xz+z^2=9
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Does the following system have positive solutions:
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Tangency point D of the incircle divides side AC of triangle ABC into the segments of length 4cm and 5cm. Find Area ABC if BD = square root(…
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Prove directly:
Give n that a, b, c is a Pythagorean triple that qa, qb, and qc is a Pythagorean triple where q is an element of R and q do…
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This is dealing with triangular numbers Tn. Hint, try several examples using numbers to get a pattern and make a conjecture.
Prove that 8T…
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Given pn and pm are any any prime numbers, and pn>2 and pm>2 then prove that the sum of any two prime numbers is even.
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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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In acute triangle ABC, altitudes AP and CQ are drawn. Find radius ABC if area ABC=18, area BPQ=2 and PQ=2root2.
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Triangular pattern. 1, 3, 6, 10, 21, 28. I know the pattern but how do I get to go negative then positive.
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If a normally distributed random variable x has a mean u=7 and a standard deviation omega = 2. find P(x<6).
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A board is attached to a pivot as shown, 3m from left end. There are two downward forces once located 2 m from the left side and one located…
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A vertebra is subjected to shearing force of 535 N. Find the shear deformation, taking the vertebra to be a cylinder 3.00cm high and 6.00cm…
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A simple pendulum on the surface of Earth is found to undergo 11 complete smallamplitude oscillations in 7.8s. Find the pendulum's length.
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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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The lengths of sides of triangle ABC are 11cm, 13cm, and 12cm. Find the length of the median drawn to the largest side.
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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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Find the bisectors of the acute angles of a right triangle whose legs are 24cm and 18cm. (Show work with pictures not just answer)
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Two forces act on an object. The first force has a magnitude of 19.0 N and is oriented 78.0 degrees counterclockwise from the +x axis, while…
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You are a member of a production crew filming a nature explorer in the Rocky Mountains. The explorer needs to swim across a river to his ca…
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Bob has just finished climbing a sheer cliff above a beach, and wants to figure out how high he climbed. All he has to use, however, is a b…
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A speedboat moves on a lake with initial velocity vector v1c=9.53m/s and v1y=2.49m/s, then accelerates for 6.01 seconds at an average accel…
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