Posideon
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valedrine85:
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find the surface area swept over by the portion of the parabola 9y^2=4x lying between the lines x=0 and x=1 when revolves through 2 right an…
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angsmallworlds:
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Find value of x and y (picture of angle inside)
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eexiam:
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Find the volume of a pyramid with height h and with an equilateral triangle as its base. each side of the triangle has length a. (integrals)…
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chance327:
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how do u do absolute value
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nikkig:
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Rachel mows lawns. Her lawn mower cuts a path of 2 feet wide, and moves forward at an average speed of 180 feet per minute. Rachel is mowing…
 updated one year ago
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michelle1503:
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can someone please explain to me when rational functions do not cross and when they do cross their horizontal asypmtote. I thought the ratio…
 updated 2 years ago
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lolwtfisthisloldude:
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Give an example of a matrix which is its own inverse (that is, where A^1 = A)
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SadieStar:
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In a large bag of Skittles®, each of the five colors (Red, Orange, Yellow, Blue, Green) occurs with the same probability. You reach in and s…
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ParthKohli:
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@Limitless @KingGeorge this is where the LaTeX will go as it doesn't work on chat.
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cricket102465:
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Please help... heres the question in a certain year the amount of A of garbage in pounds produced after t days by average a person is given …
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Nana3456:
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does someone from here know chemistry??? :))
Can someone help??? plzzzzz
is a substance with no solid conductivity but it has liquid and …
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schmidtdancer:
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convert the polar point (4 pi) into rectangular
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SadieStar:
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someone please help!!
In a small bag of M&Ms, there are 9 orange candies and 4 blue candies. You select 1 candy, eat it, and then select an…
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Argonx16:
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Limits!
For the given limit, then find the limit L (evaluate it), then use the EpsilonDelta definition of a limit to prove that the limit i…
 updated 2 years ago
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SadieStar:
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Can you please find P(A and B) For two independent events A and B, P(A or B) = 0.65, P(A)=0.30 and P(B) = 0.55?
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ladyknight:
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Solving Equations with the system of Elimination using fractions. 3x/2y/3=18 and 3x/4+2y/9=9
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artejahill:
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factor of 25b2
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monkeywall101:
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If the graph of f(x)=2x^2+k/x has a point of inflection at x=1, then the value of k is..
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mellieinc:
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Ben is a safety inspector for a family gym. Recently, guests have been complaining about the diving board saying that it is leaning towards …
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vortish:
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find the slope of the line that passes thru points (1980,16000) and (2000,43000)
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schmidtdancer:
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find the sum of the first ten terms of 4,2,1,1/2,1/4
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Faman39:
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At the beginning of a game, two players each pick a card at random from a standard deck and hold it in his or her hand. Which multiplication…
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hy123:
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The number of bacteria in a certain population increases according to an exponential growth model, with a growth rate of per hour. How many…
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kpajon:
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Assume that the readings on the thermometers are normally distributed with a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1.00. A thermometer is ra…
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antonette:
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what is the answer to 25y(cube)
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Senior012:
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Simplify square root of 54
a. square root of 18
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TK102:
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Seth's age can be described as 4 less than 2 times his cousin's age. If his cousin's age is represented by the variable "m", write the algeb…
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Lynnetje:
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Use the following function to evaluate lim x>3^ f(x)
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Senior012:
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Simplify square root of 150
a. 5* square root of 6
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lgbasallote:
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radium disintegrates at a rate proportional to the amount present. If 100 mg are set aside now, 96 mg will be left 100 years hence. Find how…
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