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...1 + 9 = 10 : Digit sum goes from 9 to 1; a difference of 8 = 7 + 1

**1**+**99**= 100 : Sum goes from 18 to 1; difference is 17 = 14 + 3 1 + 999...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 09/04/2018

...sample mean breaking strength is less than 1.8 kg/mm? Show all the steps. What theorem

**do**you apply to answer this question? Based on the Central Limit Thereom for the Sample...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01/11/2017

... our equation is 45+1.99X=68.88 now you want to move the 45 to the other side, so what you

**do**is minus 68.88 by 45. this is what you get. 1.99X=23.88 now you have to divide both sides by...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/10/2017

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**do**it: not using Newton's method. A = zeros(100, 100); % Coefficients b = zeros(100, 1); % "Answers" A(1, 1:2) = [-2 1]; % First equation...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/10/2017

...from the left), then (x−2)→0 from negative side: x ............. x−2 1.9 ......... −0.1

**1**.**99**....... −0.01 1.999 ..... −0.001 As x→2+ (2 from the right), then (x−2...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 19/09/2017

...99/100 sinθ = ± √(99/100) sinθ = ± √99/√100 sinθ = ± 3√11/10 Note

**1**: √**99**= √(9*11) = √9√11 = 3√11 ----> this is where 3 and 11 come from ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/09/2017

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**do**2 Riemann sums (left-hand and right-hand) and take the average. (3...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01/12/2016

The graph of y(x) = |x| is basically a graph of y(x) = x and y(x) = -x since absolute value monomial functions look like V's, because the vertical coordinate of every point must be positive. You probably know that (

**1**/ 0.**99**) = ~**1**.0101 which is nearly**1**, so ... k(p) = x^(**1**/0.**99**) = ~ x^(**1**.0101) = ~ x^(**1**...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 20/08/2016

...91 + 28/91 + 22/99 + 27/99) + 2/15 (4/5) * (41/91 + 49/99) + 2/15 (4/5) * (1/91) * (

**1**/**99**) * (41 * 99 + 49 * 91) + 2/15 (4/(5 * 91 * 99)) * (4100 - 41 + 4410 + 49) + 2/15 (4/(455...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 11/08/2016

...we get: 10 sons 100 horses 10 horses/son 1st son:

**1**+**99**/11 = 10 (90 horses left) 2nd son: 2 + 88/11 = 10 (80 horses left...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/06/2016