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I'm confused about rates of change? Why don't I put this into the limit formula? (Grade 12 Adv Functions)
Question: As you get father fro…
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Intro to rates of change...How do I do this FIRST question? lol :( (see attatched)
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Intro to Rates of Change  Grade 12.
I don't really get what my teachertaught? Can someone explain this step please??
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Grade 9 trapezoid question help please!
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What is the range of this Log graph?
2logx range when domain is
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Log graphs question....2logx range when domain is
10^3<=x<=10^1
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PLEASE HELP!! How do I do this Grade 9 Triangle question???
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Grade 9 Triangle Help please! How do I find the missing angles?
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Grade 9 Triangles (Median) Help please!!!How do I solve the angles of this triangle??
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How do I graph Logx? I don't understand because I don't have a base to graph with
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Grade 9 Triangles (midpoint and median) Help please!
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Please help! Show that each statement is true (LOGS)
[1/log base 5 of a] + [1/log base 3 of a] = [1/logbase 15a]
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What exactly does this domain mean? : xx>1
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pottersheep:
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Find the domain and range of log base 2 of (1/x)
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pottersheep:
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Is my answer correct for this very simple trig equation?
tanx = 1 between 0 and 2pi
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I need help please for this Trig equation!
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pottersheep:
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Trig equations help please!!! How do I do tan2x = 1 between 2pi<=x<=2pi ??
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Grade 12 Trig Identities trouble....help please...
I'm not sure how to prove that
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pottersheep:
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I need Trig Identity help please..! (Grade 12)
How do I prove...
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pottersheep:
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Really stuck on a trig Identity :(( Help please....
How do I prove that
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pottersheep:
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Stuck on Trig identities! :( Help please~
How do I prove
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pottersheep:
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Stuck on Trig Identities, help please :(
How do I prove
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pottersheep:
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Trig Identities help please!
Simplify:
(sin^2x + sinx + sinxcosx +cosx)/(sinx+cosx)
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pottersheep:
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Rates of Chemical reaction help please, Grade 12.
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Grade 4 math help please! How do I Make a stem and leaf plot of...he chart:
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Advanced Functions Trig Identities help please!
Express csc(x+y) in terms of secants and cosecants!
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pottersheep:
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I really need help with this Trig identity please!(Grade 12!)
How do I prove that sinxsiny = 2cos([x+y]/2)sin([x+y]/2)
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is sinA+sinB =(sin(A+B)? Please helppppp
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is sinx +siny =(sin(A+B)?
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Is cos (x +y) = cos(x+y)??????
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