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How can I learn the time table for maths? It would be so much easier if I knew my time table. Is there a simple way?

How can I learn the time table for maths? It would be so much easier if I knew my time table. Is there a simple way?

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f(x)=sin(a-45°) and g(x)=cos2a..my quesn is dertime the value of a? end wrte down values of a ifg(a)>f(a),,a€[-180;180 ]

f(x)=sin(a-45°) and g(x)=cos2a..my quesn is dertime the value of a? end wrte down values of a ifg(a)>f(a),,a€[-180;180 ]

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Hi guys I'm using the mobile IQmates so I will ask my question in the best way that makes sense. Can someone help me solve this trigonometric equation (read it like it is, I cannot type symbols): Squareroot(3 cos squared x minus sin 2x) = -sin x In the interval [3pi/2, 2pi] Thanks in advance!

Hi guys I'm using the mobile IQmates so I will ask my question in the best way that makes sense. Can someone help me solve this trigonometric equation (read it like it is, I cannot type symbols): Squareroot(3 cos squared x minus sin 2x) = -sin x In the interval [3pi/2, 2pi] Thanks in advance!

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Hi guys, in my LA lecture yesterday the lecturer kept bringing forth addition problems that contradicted what i know as right. for example in F5(field of 5) the inverse of 4 is 4 and 3 4=2. Anyone care to explain what's going on?

Hi guys, in my LA lecture yesterday the lecturer kept bringing forth addition problems that contradicted what i know as right. for example in F5(field of 5) the inverse of 4 is 4 and 3 4=2. Anyone care to explain what's going on?

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Is there a neat definition of what the lambda does in the vector equations of lines in R3?

Is there a neat definition of what the lambda does in the vector equations of lines in R3?

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can anyone break the eyes with regard to the rank of a matrix concept quickly

can anyone break the eyes with regard to the rank of a matrix concept quickly

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hy guys can someone help me by explaining the concept of parametrization.

hy guys can someone help me by explaining the concept of parametrization.

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Hello,everyone :).Maths2,are we having that multivariable calculus tutorial today?If so,what time?

Hello,everyone :).Maths2,are we having that multivariable calculus tutorial today?If so,what time?

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If a tree falls in the forest; and no one is there to hear it, do I still get ice-cream?

If a tree falls in the forest; and no one is there to hear it, do I still get ice-cream?

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