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robinfr93:
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Can somebody please tell me how do you know who solving through node analysis which current to subtract to which one when all of them are gi…
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robinfr93:
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"A wheel of fortune is contnously calibrated from 0 to 1, so the sample consisting of a single spin are numbers in interval [0,1]. Assuming …
 updated 4 months ago
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robinfr93:
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Simple for loop question
I've been having a hard time with for loop, can somebody help me out here??
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 updated 5 months ago
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robinfr93:
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Help me out..
Partial Differentiation problem!!
 updated 11 months ago
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robinfr93:
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Can somebody refer me a good accounting book??
 updated one year ago
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robinfr93:
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is there any similar site like openstudy where you can go and ask question and also interact with other students all from all over the globe…
 updated one year ago
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robinfr93:
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is there any similar site like openstudy where you can go and ask question and also interact with other students all from all over the globe…
 updated one year ago
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robinfr93:
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can anybody tell me how do i start a study group here??
 updated one year ago
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robinfr93:
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What is the difference between chord voicing and
chord Inversions?
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 updated one year ago
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robinfr93:
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Ummmm..
Just Curious..
But what does a triple and quadruple differenciation of a function signify graphically??
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 updated one year ago
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robinfr93:
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Ummmm..
Just Curious..
But what does a triple and quadruple differenciation of a function signify graphically??
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 updated one year ago
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robinfr93:
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Solve for Lim (10^X  1)/x
x>0
 updated one year ago
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robinfr93:
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prove that
Lim x>4 ((x4)/(2 (x)^1/2)) = 4
 updated one year ago
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robinfr93:
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a ray of light has an equation x + y =1. If the angles between the incident ray and normal and the reflected ray and normal are equal, then …
 updated one year ago
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robinfr93:
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If the distance from the origin is twice the distance from the point (0,3) then prove that x^2+(y4)^2 = 4
 updated one year ago
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robinfr93:
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A point P in the first quadrant lies on the graph of the function
f(x) = x^1/2. Express the coordinates of P as functions of the
slope of …
 updated 2 years ago
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robinfr93:
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A bird flies from its nest 5 km in the direction 60° north of
east, where it stops to rest on a tree. It then flies 10 km in the…
 updated 2 years ago
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robinfr93:
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The Mt. Washington Cog Railway. Civil engineers calculate the slope of roadbed as the ratio of the distance it rises or falls to the distanc…
 updated 2 years ago
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robinfr93:
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Can someone help me solve this....
 updated 2 years ago
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robinfr93:
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Can somebody draw the fig for this..
Its urgent!!!
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 updated 2 years ago
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robinfr93:
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Why do we suppose a line to be divide ONLY in ratio K:1 when solving for a line in a rectangular coordinate whose points are being divided i…
 updated 2 years ago
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robinfr93:
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Can somebody please tell me a few books such as hall and knight but for geometry??
Both elementary and college level Geometry.....
 updated 2 years ago
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robinfr93:
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Let PQR be a right angled isosceles triangle in a cartesian plane, right angled at P(2,1). If the equation of the line QR is 2x+y = 3, then …
 updated 2 years ago
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robinfr93:
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if 2^n1 > 1000
Find the least value of n.
 updated 2 years ago
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robinfr93:
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If \[x/aCOS \alpha+y/bSIN \alpha =1 and x/aCOS \beta+y/bSIN \beta = 1\]
and \[COS \alpha COS \beta /a ^{2}+SIN \alpha SIN \beta/b ^{2} = 0\…
 updated 2 years ago
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