Zarkon
 Name:
 Lord Zarkon
 School:
 Planet Doom University
 About:
 Ph.D. Galactic Domination (with distinction) .
One day I hope to be ruler of the Universe. Also, I like puppies.
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for all integers a,b, and c, if a is congruent to b (mod n), and b is congruent to c (mod n), then a is congruent to c (mod n). Please help …
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awatson17:
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if a(b1) and a(c1) then a(bc1)
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Kkutie7:
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how do I solve for x?
\[sin(9x)=0\]
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adamaero:
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Am I starting right: Show lim...(1+x/n)^n = e^x
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Find a rational number and an irrational number that are between 5.2 and 5.5. Include the decimal approximation of the irrational number to …
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stever09:
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HOW TO SOLVE (am)(bm)..(xm)(ym)(zm)
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four men and four women are to be seated in a row of chairs numbered 1 through 8. how many arrangements are possible if the men are require…
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Which set is a subset of every set?
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The sum of two consecutive even integers is 226. What is the larger integer?
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Can anyone think of a set of strings for A, B, and C that will disprove the following?
\[(AB) \subseteq (AC) \rightarrow (B \subseteq C)…
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Linear Algebra:
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Limit as x approaches 0 (2x/cos(x))
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Is 22 a rational or irrational number?
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if two lines intersect, then
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Limit sin(1/x) as x>0 diverges, right? so is it continuous where x>0?
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Suppose that a, b, and c are complex numbers such that a=b=c=1 and a+b+c=0. Prove that ab=bc=ca and discuss the geometric mea…
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How do I solve this limit problem, I'm not sure?
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Prove that if G is abelian then, for all a,b belonging to G and all integers n, that (a•b)^n = a^n • b^n.
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Find the Limit
X> infinity
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IS this quantified formulae true over the NATURAL NUMBERS (1,2,3,...)
for all x there exist a y for all z there exist a w [xy = w + z]
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why are odd numbers prime?
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Which term best describes the solution of the situation represented by the system of inequalities? (Assume that x >/= 0 and y >/= 0.) 3x + 4…
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x^2+y^2+8x18y+81=0 what is the radius
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A graphing calculator is required for these problems.
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definite integral from 0 to 24
x/(9+3x^(1/2)) I know the answer is 40 can someone just explain how to get the answer
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lim of ((x)^1/2 +5 )/ (x16)
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A bag contains 2 blue and 3 green marbles. Two marbles are drawn at random with replacement. Which of the following gives the probability o…
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vsarm:
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Find the equation that defines the exponential function with base a > 0.
My answer: f(x)=a^x (it was correct)
then it asks,…
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A bag contains 5 blue marbles, 2 red marbles, 6 yellow marbles, and 2 green marbles. what is the probability of picking 3 marbles without r…
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\[ \lim_{x~\rightarrow ~\infty} \frac{ \sin x }{ 2x^2 + x } \]
How to find algebraically?
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