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Some interesting integral identities.���
Sat Feb 28 20:21:21 UTC 2015

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n(A)=13
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pitamar and elaornelas
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By using the definition of derivative to find the derivative of f(x) = cube���
Fri Feb 27 02:00:20 UTC 2015

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There are 8 cubes in a box: 5 yellow cubes, 2 orange cubes, and 1 purple cu���
Thu Feb 26 02:23:07 UTC 2015

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What are the possible outcomes for tossing a penny, spinning a spinner, and���
Thu Feb 26 02:13:06 UTC 2015

Fellowroot and SithsAndGiggles
gave zarkon a medal for zarkon's answer to given limit n goes to infinity of (Sn+1)/Sn = 1 >1 ���Wed Feb 25 07:03:03 UTC 2015

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If a die is fair, what is the probability of an even number or a number gre���
Tue Feb 24 05:26:15 UTC 2015

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The standard deviation of a random variable is 7.20. If the random variable���
Tue Feb 24 04:39:37 UTC 2015

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True or False?
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If A and B are nonempty subsets of the Real Numbers, with A subset B, prove���
Tue Feb 17 06:31:14 UTC 2015

iambatman, jj_2251, and 1 other
gave zarkon a medal for zarkon's answer to Need help with this problem using Fundamental Theorem of CalculusSat Feb 14 18:42:54 UTC 2015

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Let \(f:\mathbb R^n\rightarrow \mathbb R^m\) and suppose there is a consta���
Fri Feb 13 23:34:27 UTC 2015

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Limits question! Will be posted below.
Thu Feb 12 05:06:50 UTC 2015

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Probability: You must complete the following chores: take out the trash, wa���
Thu Feb 12 05:01:24 UTC 2015

dan815, FibonacciChick666, and 1 other
gave zarkon a medal for zarkon's answer to Let n= ab be a composite integer, where 'a', 'b' are proper factors of 'n' ���Sun Feb 08 06:20:48 UTC 2015

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Limits question
Sat Feb 07 14:56:18 UTC 2015

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Need help with a probability calc question
Sun Feb 01 08:51:57 UTC 2015

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. What is the argument of the complex number
Thu Jan 29 16:09:00 UTC 2015

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10 bags of coins. 9 of the bags have real coins that are each 1 gram and 1 ���
Thu Jan 29 01:39:26 UTC 2015

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Use the Mean Value Theorem to show that for any n>0
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Mon Jan 26 03:01:11 UTC 2015

kl0723, xapproachesinfinity, and 1 other
gave zarkon a medal for zarkon's answer to Integral help:Fri Jan 23 00:10:42 UTC 2015

mathmath333 and ganeshie8
gave zarkon a medal for zarkon's answer to ���Thu Jan 22 19:56:32 UTC 2015

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Check my answer on removable discontinuities?
Sat Jan 17 06:16:11 UTC 2015

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Contrapositives.. this one's confusing..
Thu Jan 08 03:21:28 UTC 2015

iambatman, SolomonZelman, and 3 others
gave zarkon a medal for zarkon's answer to Show that ���Mon Dec 29 21:49:10 UTC 2014

Kainui, mathmath333, and 1 other
gave zarkon a medal for zarkon's answer to Challenge problem : Show that \(F(a) = \frac{2^{2^{a+1}}1}{2^{2^a}+1}\) is���Sun Dec 28 05:51:39 UTC 2014

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myininaya and campbell_st
gave zarkon a medal for zarkon's answer to find the valueMon Dec 22 20:10:45 UTC 2014

campbell_st and ganeshie8
gave zarkon a medal for zarkon's answer to Pythagoras arranges the numbers 1, 2, 3, ..., 11, 12 into 6 pairs so that t���Mon Dec 22 19:55:35 UTC 2014

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evaluate the integral
Sun Dec 21 21:14:26 UTC 2014

Loser66, zepdrix, and 2 others
gave zarkon a medal for zarkon's answer to Show that i^i is a real number.Sat Dec 20 21:39:44 UTC 2014

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How do I evaluate sin(pi/3) without using a calculator?
Fri Dec 19 03:12:37 UTC 2014

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Find a closed form (if it exists) for the \(n\)th term of the sequence of n���
Wed Dec 17 03:10:06 UTC 2014

Study_Guy2 and Jhannybean
gave zarkon a medal for zarkon's answer to L'Hopitals rule: evaluate the limit:Tue Dec 16 21:15:22 UTC 2014

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Why does 0.2 times 0.4 =0.08
Mon Dec 15 23:53:32 UTC 2014

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Help! How do I approach this question:
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Mon Dec 15 18:51:36 UTC 2014

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Having a little trouble with it:
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