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# Algebra/Expert Profile

## Scott A Wilson

U.S.
Available
##### Expertise

Any algebraic question you've got. That includes question that are linear, quadratic, exponential, etc.

##### Experience in the area

I have solved story problems, linear equations, parabolic equations. I have also solved some 3rd order equations and equations with multiple variables.

##### Publications

Documents at Boeing in assistance on the manufacturiing floor.

##### Education/Credentials

MS at math OSU in mathematics at OSU, 1986. BS at OSU in mathematical sciences (math, statistics, computer science), 1984.

##### Awards and Honors

Both my BS and MS degrees were given with honors.

##### Past/Present Clients

Students in a wide variety of areas since the 80's; over 1,000 of them have been in algebra.

I like that the solutions are either right or wrong. I also like the fact that they are easy to get to in most cases.

##### What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

Well, I know expansions to (a+b)^2, (a+b)^3, (a+b)^4, (a+b)^5, and (a+b)^6, but that is only the start. I desire to know even more on pi than only 60 places, more on root two two ten places, more than 2^10= 1,024, 2^20 = 1,048,576, or 2^30 = 1,073,741,834, more that e = 2,71828182845905... etc.

Did you know that parabolas have zero, one, or two solutions? Of course, you most likely will know this after taking it awhile.

Some say 1/0 is meaningless, but others say that its infinity.

### Recent Reviews from Users

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Prashant S Akerkar 07/29/16101010Dear Prof Scott Thanks. Prashant
Prashant S Akerkar03/10/16101010Dear Prof Scott Thanks. Thanks & Regards .....
Prashant S Akerkar 03/10/16101010Dear Prof Scott Thanks. Thanks & Regards .....
Chris02/02/16101010This guy knows his stuff! Congrats! Chris

### Recent Answers from Scott A Wilson

#### 2016-10-22 Algebra-Compound Inequalities:

An inequality is written if one side is known to be less than the other.    For example, 1<3, which is read as, "one is less than three."    To see this, subtract 1 from both sides and you get 0 < 2,

#### 2016-09-18 Finding y-intercept of quadratic without knowing equation:

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)

#### 2016-07-25 Two candidates having same number of votes.:

Yes, it is possible.  However, it is not very likely.  I'll assume that the election has a 50-50 chance of voting for two choices.    Let's suppose that only 20 people voted on something.    To get the

#### 2016-05-19 Problem of advance functional analysis:

Any number in the complex number system can be expressed as a+bi.  If we take the inverse of a+bi we get 1/(a+bi).    If this is multiplied in the numerator and denominator by a-bi, the result is   (a-bi)/[(a+bi)(a-bi)]

#### 2016-04-28 Rearrange equation:

If the current close is close to the lowest low when compared to how close the highest high is to the lowest low, the percentage will be low.  Since I don't believe the current close can exceed the highest

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