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Frederick KohSingapore
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I can answer questions concerning calculus, complex numbers, vectors, statistics , algebra and trigonometry for the O level, A level and 1st/2nd year college math/engineering student.  
Scott A WilsonU.S.
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Any algebraic question you've got. That includes question that are linear, quadratic, exponential, etc.  
Richard J. RaridonU.S.
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I can answer questions in physics, chemistry, algebra, trigonometry  
SocratesOn Vacation
returns 10/24/2016 
Any questions on High School Algebra, College Algebra, Abstract Algebra. I can help with word problems, solving equations, trigonometry, inequalities, Gaussian Elimination, Linear Algebra, groups, fields, you name it! 
Once we know the parabola in the form of y = ax˛ + bx + c, it can be done. The y intercept is found by putting x=0, and the result is y = c. To get these points, take the values as (x1,y1), (x2,y2)
The flaw is in the hidden assumption that the least such n is 3 or greater. In fact , the least such n is n = 2 If you try to carry out the argument with only two elements in S , Ti and Tj won't have
Yes, it is possible. However, it is not very likely. I'll assume that the election has a 5050 chance of voting for two choices. Let's suppose that only 20 people voted on something. To get the
Hello Alice, Whenever two fractions are equal to each other, we can always "cross multiply" and get an equivalent equation. Thus, 6/(n4)=10/n becomes 6n=10(n4), now distribute the 10 on the right
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