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... (i.e. three number) each in the range

**1**-**10****inclusive**that sum to 21? If so, then don't use the...quot; or "sum" to indicate what is to be**done**with the numbers, leaving me to...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/03/2011

Since there are 5 odd numbers from 1 to 10

**inclusive**, any sum/difference of these 10 integers will give you an odd number. So you can never get 0.1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/04/2010

...person says 10, the second says 9. However you have to

**do**it to get the number to end in a 9. After that, it's just like...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 03/02/2009

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**1**/**10**. 5 goes into 100, 20 times. Multiply this by 10 and get 200... as 100/1000. This can be reduced down to 10/100 to**1**/**10**, which is the answer.4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/05/2011

The sum of all 3 consecutive numbers is 3(1+2+3+...+10)=165 Since there are

**10**different 3 consecutive numbers, if each of them were at most 16, then the sum of all 3 consecutive numbers would be at most**10***16=160 Since this is...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25/11/2007

...e^(-x) [3 sin(3x) - cos(3x)]. This is

**done**properly with the Squeeze Law. ...and cosine are bounded between -1 and 1**inclusive**, one obtains the crude bound -3 - 1...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 10/07/2011

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**DO**NOT log on to gerates.info/ Its a phishing site**1**)**10**...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/10/2012

The percentage corresponding to 2 defects is 100 - (34.1+34.

**1**+**10**.0+6.3+5.1) = 100 - 89.6 = 10.4 Required probability = P(between 1 and 3 defects) = 34.**1**+**10**.4 + 10.0 = 54.2% or 0.5421 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 10/04/2012

the figures are

**inclusive**, eg straight flush includes royal flush, straights include flushes straight flush: [4 suits, choose**1**]*[**10**straights, choose 1] = 40 <---------- flushes: [ 4 ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 09/06/2011

...n)!) = 10 ==> 120/(n!(5 - n)!) = 10 ==> n!(5 - n)!)/120 =

**1**/**10**==> n!(5 - n)! = 12. Since this will be only be...n ≤ 5. Checking the integers from 0 to 5,**inclusive**: n = 0 ==> 0!(5 - 0)! = 0! * 5! = 120 ≠ 12 n = 1 ==>...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 21/05/2010

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