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 Max Spiegel
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 "If people do not believe that mathematics is simple, it is only because they do not realize how complicated life is." – John von Neumann

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love_to_love_you:
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Consider the infinite geometric series. In this image, the lower limit of the summation notation is "n=1." Show ALL work.
a. Write the firs…
 updated 9 days ago
 8 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

Lumonistfire:
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What happens if u add energy to a solid
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 updated 11 days ago
 1 reply
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Mathematics

deshon1234:
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who can i txt
 updated 2 months ago
 1 reply
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Mathematics

ilovemathbutneedhelp:
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Continuity Problem!
 updated 2 months ago
 19 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

JonJon469311223:
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Evaluate u over z plus the product of x times y squared for u = 20, x = 4, y = 7, and z = 10.
786
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 updated 2 months ago
 2 replies
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Mathematics

blackops2luvr:
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One more fan till 100 fans!!!!!!
 updated 2 months ago
 18 replies
 4 Medals
Mathematics

avemariab93:
Group Title
Find the differential dy of the given function. (Use "dx" for dx.)
y = xsqrt(9 − x^2)
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 updated 2 months ago
 4 replies
 4 Medals
Mathematics

JonJon469311223:
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Which property is illustrated by the following statement?
(7p)mn = 7p(mn) (1 point)
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 updated 2 months ago
 2 replies
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Mathematics

trayvon533:
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that now we are as the deer who walk in single file with heads high with ears forward with eyes watchful
 updated 2 months ago
 1 reply
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JonJon469311223:
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What is the algebraic expression for the following word phrase: the quotient of x and 6y?
A.x over 6
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 updated 2 months ago
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JonJon469311223:
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What is the algebraic expression for the following word phrase: the quotient of 6 and the sum of 5 and y?
A.6 over the quantity of 5 mi…
 updated 2 months ago
 7 replies
 3 Medals
Mathematics

got1that1gas1money:
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can anyone help me with the definition of The Big Bang Theory please for a medal and fan
 updated 2 months ago
 9 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

Auxuris:
Group Title
this is embarrassing but
how do you find the value of tan67.5˚ in surd form?
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 updated 2 months ago
 8 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

adamsbeih:
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how many atoms are in a mole of nickle
 updated 2 months ago
 2 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

tunahan:
Group Title
Write the binary number
\[ 11,101\overline{110}\]
as decimal fraction and explain it with help of geometric series.
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 updated 2 months ago
 14 replies
 4 Medals
Mathematics

tunahan:
Group Title
Calculate derivative of
\[g(x)=cos(x)exp(x^{2})\]
 updated 2 months ago
 15 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

Emily_dreamsbig:
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is an imaginary number a real number always sometimes or never true?
 updated 2 months ago
 39 replies
 5 Medals
Mathematics

linn99123:
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@alyssa_xo bib can u help ma sister out
 updated 2 months ago
 66 replies
 10 Medals
Mathematics

Fallontine:
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I need an explaination
 updated 2 months ago
 24 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

kristin123:
Group Title
Who says the following and why?
"[F]or this evening let us dine and take our pleasure,
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 updated 2 months ago
 1 reply
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surryyy:
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We toss two dice 1,000 times. How many times do we expect to have the sum of the two dice equal to 4?
Answer
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 updated 2 months ago
 1 reply
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Mathematics

cinaeth:
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help plz
 updated 2 months ago
 4 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

nuccioreggie:
Group Title
Which of the following is an example of an adaptation?
A story presented as a play
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 updated 2 months ago
 5 replies
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Mathematics

booneclayton:
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if f(g(x))=x and f(x)=3x4 find g(x)
 updated 2 months ago
 1 reply
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Mathematics

iGreen:
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Giving out Answers & Code of Conduct?
 updated 2 months ago
 123 replies
 13 Medals
Mathematics

mickey4691:
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How can I prove that the space spanned by two vectors in R^n is a line through the origin, a plane through the origin, or the origin itself?
 updated 2 months ago
 14 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

Softballgirl372015:
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Please help me with a question that involves derivatives! I thought I was doing the problem was correctly, but the answers in the textbook i…
 updated 2 months ago
 23 replies
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Mathematics

lanajurman:
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Integrate ((cube root of x)  1) / square root of x) with respect to x. Do I need to use substitution and what do I substitute?
 updated 2 months ago
 7 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

ibarfi:
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lim e^x_ x approaches  infinity
 updated 2 months ago
 19 replies
 3 Medals
Mathematics

KJ4UTS:
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The Pythagorean theorem is true for all right triangles.
True or false?
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 updated 2 months ago
 6 replies
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Mathematics
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