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Zarkon:
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Any suggestions for a text in statistics for nonmathematicians/statisticians. graduate course
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ParthKohli:
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About great answers...
 updated 2 months ago
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AaronAndyson:
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hello
I have seen people with Ambassodor and Moderator written in brackets what are these peoples?
 updated 2 months ago
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RolyPoly:
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Find the inverse of \(f(x) = x^\frac{1}{n}\)
 updated 2 months ago
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UnkleRhaukus:
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Express as a percentage
\[1°\textrm C / 100°\textrm C\]
 updated 2 months ago
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RolyPoly:
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How to find the close form of
\(a_n =\frac{1}{8}a_{n2} \frac{1}{4}a_{n−1}\) given that \(a_1 = 0, a_2 = 1\)?
 updated 2 months ago
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Jhannybean:
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Is there a way to add more LaTeX symbols to OS? For example the "arc" symbol, and others?
 updated one month ago
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kingwolf:
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sin^2(x)cos^2(x)=1/8(1cos(4x)) can someone plz explain how the trig identies are equal?
 updated 3 months ago
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RolyPoly:
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Prove that the sequence \((a_n)_{n\in \mathbb{n}}\) is bounded iff the sequence \((a_n)_{n\in \mathbb{n}}\) is bounded from above.
 updated 3 months ago
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RolyPoly:
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Suppose \(\lim_{x\rightarrow a}f(x) = c\). How can I show that \(\lim_{x\rightarrow a} \sqrt[n]{f(x)} \) exists for all n in \(\mathbb{N}\)?
 updated 3 months ago
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bcollins1447:
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Evaluate ln e^6 without a calculator
 updated 3 months ago
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RolyPoly:
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<Problem with notation>
Does \(\sqrt[n]{f(x)^m}\) mean \([f(x)]^\frac{m}{n}\)?
 updated 3 months ago
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makalarayy:
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The equation of a line is x + 5y = 12. What is the yintercept of the line
 updated 3 months ago
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HugoHuynh:
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If h(x)=(fog) (x) and h(x)= 4(x+1)^2, find f(x) and g(x)?
A)f(x)=(x+1)^2
g(x)=4x^2…
 updated 3 months ago
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RolyPoly:
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Given \(a_1 = 1\), \(b_1=\frac{1}{2}\), and
\(a_n = \frac{a_{n1}}{b_{n1}}\) and \(b_n = a_{n1}*b_{n1}\) for all n>1.
Show that \((a_n)…
 updated 3 months ago
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RolyPoly:
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Prove that \(\lim_{N\rightarrow \infty}N\sum_{n=N}^{\infty}\frac{1}{n^2}\) exists.
 updated 3 months ago
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RolyPoly:
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How to prove that a series is convergent by using Cauchy Convergence Criterion for Series?
 updated 4 months ago
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RolyPoly:
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Why is masking off an interrupt a privileged instruction?
 updated 2 days ago
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RolyPoly:
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Given \(\mathbb{F}\) is an ordered field, prove 1>0.
 updated 5 months ago
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katcon:
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how do i use the distributive law to factor 28x + 4
 updated 6 months ago
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prassana:
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integral of cos5x cos3x dx
 updated 6 months ago
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Hahuja:
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Explain why 1 raised to any power is equal to 1 ?
 updated 6 months ago
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sdvaishnav21:
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one number is8 more than a second number. The sum of the two number is 18.Find the number..
 updated 6 months ago
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Xtziee:
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lim cos2x  cos 3x/cos4x  1 x> 0
 updated 6 months ago
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prowrestler:
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The difference between long division and synthetic division is:
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stephonjones:
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y=x^27x8
 updated 6 months ago
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Quante:
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Which figurative line is the most appropriate to complete this poem?
Willows bent to greet each other,
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 updated 6 months ago
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prowrestler:
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If f(x) = 3x – 5 and g(x) = x2, find (f º g)(3)
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 updated 6 months ago
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eric_d:
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Multiplication of matrix
 updated 6 months ago
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adam19980:
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sin2xcos2x=(1+√3)/2
 updated 6 months ago
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