Walleye
Name:
Jeremy
School:
UW - Madison
About:
I am a jr. in college majoring in math and economics. I tend to enjoy pure math more so than applied but topics in areas like analysis still can be very interesting. Currentally my favorite topic in math is group theory!!!!! I hope that I can start learning more about set theory in the near future!!
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Walleye:
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I was thinking it would be very helpful to have a "question completed" button that the person asking the question could press. That way peop…
updated 3 years ago
10 replies
3 Medals
Mathematics
Numbers:
Group Title
complete the pattern 1/8 1/2 2 8 32 128?
updated 3 years ago
9 replies
2 Medals
Mathematics
Numbers:
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4/ 4/9 = 9?
updated 3 years ago
4 replies
1 Medal
Mathematics
Sinz:
Group Title
Simplify the following quotient of complex numbers into the form a + bi. -9+8i/1+2i
updated 3 years ago
26 replies
2 Medals
Mathematics
kaylab4u2:
Group Title
Give an example of a situation where finding the cross product of two sets is useful and explain why it is useful. Your example should inclu…
updated 3 years ago
3 replies
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Mathematics
itspriusse:
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Find x.
A)4 …
updated 3 years ago
6 replies
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Hunus:
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Can anyone recommend a few single and multi variable calculus books? I'd prefer the problem sets to be rather difficult, something similar t…
updated 3 years ago
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Mathematics
onerockenmom:
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St. Mark's Community Barbecue served 250 dinners. A child's plate cost $3.50 and an adult's plate cost $7.00. A total of $1,347.50 was colle…
updated 3 years ago
1 reply
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Mathematics
rosy:
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HELP PLEASE:
can any one give me the concept of limit?
updated 3 years ago
5 replies
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Mathematics
moneybird:
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Question time
updated 3 years ago
25 replies
8 Medals
Mathematics
kdemaught:
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In the lab, Ahmad has two solutions that contain alcohol and is mixing them with each other. He uses twice as much Solution A as Solution B…
updated 3 years ago
5 replies
1 Medal
Mathematics
order:
Group Title
Ten athletes are running a 100 meter race. In how many different ways can the first three places be filled?
updated 3 years ago
10 replies
1 Medal
Mathematics
Tech-dodo:
Group Title
integrate (5x^3-3x^2+2x-1)/(x^4+x^2)
can i use partial fractions for this?…
updated 3 years ago
5 replies
1 Medal
Mathematics
JadeyPoo14:
Group Title
What Is The Next Item In The Pattern?
-1, 2, -4, 8 ....
A)-16 B)-4…
updated 3 years ago
6 replies
3 Medals
Mathematics
Sinz:
Group Title
Add the complex expressions, and simplify.
(1 – 3.5i) + (3.6 + 6.5i)
updated 3 years ago
19 replies
1 Medal
Mathematics
james_bond:
Group Title
evaluate the expression for
a=15,b=25,c=26,d=1
a+(b+c) x d
updated 3 years ago
26 replies
4 Medals
Mathematics
boocoo:
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Perform a sequence of transformations to obtain the graph of each following functions. Do this step by step and explain each step along the …
updated 3 years ago
3 replies
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Mathematics
Sinz:
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Multiply the expressions, and simplify.
(8x3y-3) · (3x3y-3)
updated 3 years ago
25 replies
2 Medals
Mathematics
alexsu22:
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Subract.
updated 3 years ago
11 replies
2 Medals
Mathematics
JadeyPoo14:
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Given: All snarfs are yelbs. All yelbs are blue. Migs can either be green or pink. Some slokes are snarfs. What conclusion can be drawn?
A)…
updated 3 years ago
3 replies
1 Medal
Mathematics
JadeyPoo14:
Group Title
What Is The Next Item In The Pattern?
-1, 2, -4, 8 ....
A)-16 B)-4…
updated 3 years ago
6 replies
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Mathematics
Sinz:
Group Title
Simplify the following expression, and rewrite it in an equivalent form with positive exponents. -18x^2y^4/6x^7y^2
updated 3 years ago
29 replies
1 Medal
Mathematics
dessie91:
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5^4√7 - 8^3√7 - 2^4√7 - ^3√7
Would the answer be 3^4√7 - 9^3√7? Or do I combine them all because the square roots are all the same?
updated 3 years ago
4 replies
1 Medal
Mathematics
KaupKel:
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Match each absolute value sentence with its equivalent compound sentence.
Answer Potential Matches:…
updated 3 years ago
2 replies
2 Medals
Mathematics
kiara23:
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solve 5x^2=-45x
updated 3 years ago
7 replies
3 Medals
Mathematics
Katieisamermaid:
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Can someone please help me with his problem? I know its basic but I absolutely can't get the answer right!!! take the derivative of (5t^3)/3…
updated 3 years ago
6 replies
2 Medals
Mathematics
drfrazier45:
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Please provide me with some assistance with this. Given the linear equation of y = -5/6 x + 2 with points of (-6, ), (0, ), and (6, )
updated 3 years ago
1 reply
1 Medal
Mathematics
joesmith24:
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A club has 100 members, including five officers. Each of the five officers gets another six members to help them decorate for a club party.…
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ameni:
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f'(x)=(2 ln(x))/x
How do I find the x value? I put the equation equal to zero, but I do not know any log rule to solve it for x value. I nee…
updated 3 years ago
12 replies
1 Medal
Mathematics
foreverprettylady:
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A school has 18 classes with 35 students in each class. In order to reduce class
size to 30, how many new classes must be formed? …
updated 3 years ago
4 replies
4 Medals
Mathematics
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