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Azeem Hussain

I welcome your questions on algebra, 2D and 3D geometry, parabolic functions and conic sections, and any other mathematical queries you may have.

Scott A Wilson

I can answer whatever questions you ask except how to trisect an angle. The ones I can answer include constructing parallel lines, dividing a line into n sections, bisecting an angle, splitting an angle in half, and almost anything else that is done in geometry.

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2017-01-19 Direct and Inverse Varation:

Hi Aishwarya,    Direct and inverse variation are not the same as cross multiplying.  They are concepts used in problem solving.    Direct variation is when the independent variable increases proportionally

2017-01-19 Percentage:

Hi Aishwarya,    Historically, 1 out of 100 was a convenient ratio for a rate of taxation.  It became a standard concept over time.    Mathematically, a percentage is just a fraction with a denominator

2016-12-13 Area of a Parallelogram:

Hi Aishwarya,    Heron's formula can be used here, and that is a straightforward way to solve this problem.    A parallelogram with four equal sides is a rhombus.  It can be shown that a rhombus' diagonals

2016-12-02 Geometry:

By taking 1 - 0.1x = √(1 - 0.16) cos(C) and moving the constants to the same side,  you get cos(C) = (1 - 0.1x)/√(1 - 0.16t).    Let t = x.    Squaring both sides gives cos(C) = (1 - 0

2016-11-20 Math Project Help:

Euler's formula was for complex numbers of the form x = a + bi,   where i=√(-1) and x is in radians.    The formula is in exponential and trigonometric notation.  It is e^(ix) = cos(x) + i*sin(x)

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