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**1**>> Left Punch >> [Square]**2**>> Right Punch >> [Triangle] 3 >> ...4 Answers · Games & Recreation · 02/03/2009

**1**&#**2**are somewhat interesting in that, unlike most exercises...they are not simply a straight-forward brain-dead substitution of algebra symbols for words. You actually have to understand English...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 09/11/2011

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**1**. click on tools**2**. then auto correct 3. then autoformat 4. then fractions (**1**/**2**) with fraction character8 Answers · Computers & Internet · 12/08/2006

...73) = (24/73)(7/73) = (6/73)(7/773) = ( 2 /73)(3/73)(7/73) Now evaluate each symbol . 73 ≡ 1 (mod 8) so ( 2 /73) = 1 Using the reciprocity law, (3/73) = (73/3) = ( 1 /3) = 1 Finally...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/05/2013

This means replacing i with

**1**,**2**,...17 to form a sum. In this case, it means**1**(**1**-**1**)**2**+**2**(**2**-**1**)**2**...n+**1**)(2n+**1**)/6 17(18)(35)/6=1785 Sum of integers from**1**=(n)(n+**1**)/**2**(**1**+**2**+...+17)**2**=17(18)/**2**=153 1785-153=16321 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/10/2013

... problem as given is θ ∫ dx /((x+ 1 )^ 2 (x+ 2 ) Integrate ∫ dx /((x+ 1 )^ 2 (x+ 2 )) and multiply... = 1 A=- 1 ; B= 1 ; C = 1 ∫ dx/((x+ 1 )^ 2 (x+ 2 )) = - 1 ∫ dx/(x+ 1 ) + 1 ∫ dx/(x+ 1 )^ 2 + 1 ∫ dx/(x+ 2 ...

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 28/06/2017

Everyone has them mostly right, but for

**1**) and**2**) they have listed the purpose and not the name of the sign.**1**) is ...7 Answers · Education & Reference · 04/12/2006

The value of the integral is x /

**2**+(x-**1**)^3 / 3 +C1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 24/12/2009

I assume you mean you can only use the symbols and digits once to make it equal two. In other words, use 1 2 3 4 ( + ) - and make it equal two. That's easy! (4 + 1²) - 3...

6 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 11/07/2006

So, this problem can also be written as

**1**/**2**times the derivative of e^sin(**2***theta). The derivative of e^u is...5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/03/2008