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Ian
Member Since February 8, 2009
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Retired chap. Enjoys helping others with maths and physics.
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Is mass or energy destroyed in a black hole? A ...
Is mass or energy destroyed in a black hole? A. Never. B. Sometimes. C. Always.
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How do you solve a non homogeneous equation? y
how do you solve a non homogeneous equation? y" + 3y' = 28cosh (4x)
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find the cosines of the interior angles of the triangle with vertices A(3,-1,1), B(4,1,0) and C(2,-3,0). find the vector component of AC orthogonal to AB.
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ricky
6 years ago
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For p a prime, the poloynomial p[x]=x^p-Sum[x^j ...
For p a prime, the poloynomial p[x]=x^p-Sum[x^j,{j,0,p-1}] is irreducible over the rational numbers Q. Conjecture: p[x] is irreducible over Q for ALL p=1, 2, 3,... . Is this conjecture true.
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What is the least possible perimeter of a triangle ...
what is the least possible perimeter of a triangle whose sides have different positiv integers as its length?
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Austin
6 years ago
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Ian
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Is there theoretical evidence behind the basics ...
When I learned that the product of two imaginary numbers became the negative of the real-factor equivalent product, I did not get into why, but jsut found it to seem to make sense, without getting it ...
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frev
6 years ago
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Polynomials
how do you identify factors from a polynomials
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mqdsk
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PGroot
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The gravitational force of attraction between Earth and the sun is 3.52 * 10^22 newtons. calculate the mass of the sun. show all work, including equation
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kathy
6 years ago
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Rocmike3
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