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...agree with the posters above. In Pre-

**K**programs, it is developmentally inappropriate to... families chose to repeat Pre-**K**and go straight into First Grade. Good...14 Answers · Education & Reference · 19/04/2007

**k**+5 .... 5 ----- = ---- 7 ........ 3 3(**k**+5) = 5*7 3k+15=35 3k=20**k**=20/36 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 11/10/2008

Let g(x) = Σ(

**k**= 0 to ∞) a(**k**) x^**k**. Then, g(x) - a(0) - a(1) x - a(2) x^2 = Σ...**k**) x^**k**= Σ(**k**= 3 to ∞) [3a(**k**-1) - 3a(**k**-2) + a(**k**-3)] x^**k**= Σ(**k**= 3 to ∞) 3 a(**k**-1) x^**k**- Σ(**k**= 3 to ∞) 3 a(**k**-2) x^**k**+ Σ(**k**...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/03/2012

kx + (

**k**- 1)y = 9 (**k**- 1)y = -kx + 9 y = (-**k**/**k**-1)x + 9/(**k**- 1) 3x + 2y = 6 2y = -3x + 6 y = (-3/2)x + 3 If there...intercept form, you just set the slopes equal. (-**k**/**k**-1) = -3/2 (-**k**)(2) = (-3)(**k**-1) -2k = -3k + 3**k**= 35 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25/10/2007

a) {x(

**k**)} is a Cauchy sequence if for any ε > 0, there exists a...n)| < ε for all m, n > N. b) Suppose that lim(**k**→∞) x(**k**) has two values L and L'. So...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/12/2013

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**K**has been used for years as a blood clotter, actually since...1 Answers · Health · 04/08/2006

Q = 2 • √L • √

**K**MPL = ∂Q/∂L = √**K**/ √L...constant returns to scale: z>1 zQ(L;**K**) > Q(zL;zK) ⇒ decreasing...1 Answers · Social Science · 22/06/2009

The use of "

**K**" for a strikeout was invented by Henry Chadwick... to coin "sacrifice" so Chadwick decided to use "**K**", with "**K**" being the last letter in "struck...3 Answers · Sports · 29/05/2010

OK, here you go sweetheart :) |(

**k**- 2)v| < |4v| We need to consider TWO cases...**k**< 6 OR : (**k**- 2)v > - 4v kv - 2v > - 4v kv > - 2v**k**> - 2 Case 2 : (v < 0) (**k**- 2)v < 4v kv...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 07/02/2018

... term, so that each term has a constant. (x + h)^

**k**= (a0) x^**k**+ (a1) x^(**k**-1) h + (a2) x^(**k**-2) h^2 + . . . + (an...can be calculated as follows: a₀ = (**k**C 0) =**k**! / (0!**k**!) a₁ = (**k**C 1) =**k**...6 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 10/09/2011