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A question for native speakers 
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The sum of an infinite number of terms of GP is 4 and the sum of their cubes is 192. Find the series.
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Prove that  \[\dfrac {1} {\sin \left( xa\right) \sin \left( xb\right) }=\dfrac {\cot \left( xa\right) \cot \left( xb\right) } {\sin \…
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Prove that  \dfrac {1} {\sin \left( xa\right) \sin \left( xb\right) }=\dfrac {\cot \left( xa\right) \cot \left( xb\right) } {\sin \le…
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If tan(x) + tan (x +(\[\pi\])/3) + tan(x + (2\[\pi\]/3) = 3
Prove that 3 tan(x)  tan (x))^3/(1 3 (tan(x))^2) = 1
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If sin A sin B  cos A cos B +1 =0 ,prove that 1+cot A tan B = 0
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how to do \[\lim_{x \rightarrow 0} (\cos 2x 1)/(\cos x 1 )\]
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write a program in C++,C,Pascal as follows
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If x = \[3 +2\sqrt{2}\] Find \[(i) x ^{2} + 1/x ^{2}\] \[(ii) x ^{4} + 1/x ^{4}\]
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Why not add an equation editor and draw tool on the question box?
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I know simple programming and am comfortable with visual basic , c++,html.Should i learn java next or python or perl?
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find coordinates of centre and radius
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Let n > 0 be an integer. We are given a balance and n weights of weight 20,
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Solve this geometry question
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When I have any notifications instead of receiving 1 box on upper left i recieve 56 boxes
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If a,b,c are roots of the equation (x2)(x^2 +6x11)= 0. what is (a+b+c)
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derive heron's formulae
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Let a,b,c be positive real no.s such that a^3+b^3=c^3.Prove that ..
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Let a,b,c be positive real no.s such that a^3+b^3=c^3.Prove that ..
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