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katlin95:
pwease help?? hard question:) best answer!
The next paragraph is an explanation of why this construction creates an equilateral triangle.…
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krishnapatel:
Prove that, if T is an orthogonal transformation on R2 such that D(T) = 1, there exists an orthonormal basis for R2 such that the matrix of…
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Traxter:
Really need help with manifolds.
Let \(M\) subset of \(R^{n+p}\) be the zero set of a \(C^{\infty}\) mapping \(g:R^{n+p} \rightarrow R^p\).…
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Fang02:
Which can be used to directly prove that angle one ≅ angle eight?
o Alternate Interior Angles Theorem
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lilly3035:
Help with domain and range?
y= square root of 4x+3
I got domain of x>=3/4
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headge:
CHILDREN OF OPENSTUDY
Sketch the graph of y=x^2+6x+5 giving the equation of the axis of symmetry and the coordinates of the vertex.
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sauravshakya:
In how many ways can u arrange m black bead and n white bead in a necklace?
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Traxter:
Topology/Manifolds Question:
Find for which \(a\) the subset of \(R^3\) given by the equations:
\[x^2+y^2+z^2=1\]
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ethayer:
how do I simplify sqrt(1cos^2(2x))? I think I should get sin(2x)
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Fellowroot:
Does anyone know of other websites like Openstudy. Where you can ask questions and get help for free or tutor people for free?
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Traxter:
padic Analytic Number Theory:
I would greatly appreciate any help with this, it's driving me crazy.
For \(r>0\) let \(B_{r}(x)\) denote \((…
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UnkleRhaukus:
\[\forall A[(A \wedge A)\Leftrightarrow(A\vee A)]\]?
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Martinez4Life:
mx+4y=3c, for x
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remnant:
Taylor series and integration question
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johnnyjlg:
Write an equation of the line that passes through the point (0, 7) and is parallel to the line that passes through the points (5, 2) and (3…
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InsanelyChaotic:
* I'll answer your questions pertaining to English, Psych, and Philosophy if you help me with mine?
(My answer is D)
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chicagochica5:
Find the product.
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InsanelyChaotic:
Please assist me? I'll answer anything related to English, Psychology, or Philosophy in return? ;)
Solve 2x + 5y = 10 for y.
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sauravshakya:
"Let S be a set of n pairwise distinct positive integers. Prove that there exists a subset T in S, such that the sum of elements in T is di…
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ktnguyen1:
Please help!!!
Can you help me to explain the percentile!!!
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sue101:
The vertices of a triangle are P(–7, –4), Q(–7, –8), and R(3, –3). Name the vertices of the image reflected across the line y = x.
P'(4,…
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tsolrm:
Show that a positive integer is divisible by 3 if and only if the sum of its decimal digits
is divisible by 3
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eexiam:
evaluate the integral: sin^2 (k) dx between 0 and 2pi
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FaithIsASiren_OhKellin?:
6 = x + 2 / 3
x + 2 is on top divided by 3 which is on bottom. help please? & thanks.
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JessicaChen:
Please Help (True Or False)
Determine if the conditional statement is true or false given the following:
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cazil:
Is there a way to solve this with one variable?
The sum of Carl's age and Ellen's age is 40 years. Carl's age 10 years from now will be 1…
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dydlf:
how come the domain of ln(x)ln(x1)=y isn't the same with ln(x/(x1)) ?
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=ln%28x%2F%28x1%29%29
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CourtneyNicole:
Which diagram below shows the first step in parallel line construction on a point outside a line?
https://www.connexus.com/content/media/33…
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rcb95:
 x  + 2 >  x  for all real numbers x.
True or False
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ParthKohli:
When is \(\exp x\) used, and when is \(e^x\)? Yes, they are just different notations, but still...
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