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Jennifer Alig Cascaño
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I'm kind, friendly, loving, understanding, honest, helpful and I love MATHs very much! Im working as domestic helper (OFW in HK)
I HATE LIARS !
"LIFE IS A MATH EQUATION,
IN ORDER TO GAIN THE MOST,
YOU HAVE TO KNOW HOW TO
CONVERT THE NEGATIVES INTO POSITIVES"
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Good Day Ma'am! can you help me with this problem? thankyou! <3
https://www.mathhomeworkanswers.org/254514/cylindricalradiuscuttingplanedegreeangleinclination
Sep 23, 2018
by
iamrussellchii24
hmm good work you have been rated as the top scorer..
Nov 7, 2014
by
anonymous
Fine here too..except I'm kinda getting addicted to this website
Jul 10, 2014
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6482840
Busy but im fine,thanks for asking. How about you 6482840
Jun 26, 2014
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Jennifer A. Cascaño
How are you?
Jun 2, 2014
by
6482840
hi, can you help differentiate sec^3(tan^2 3x)... thanks
Apr 12, 2014
by
anonymous
(a)Show that x→∞f(x)=limh→0f(1/h) ,and
limh→∞=limh→0 f(1/h)
(b) from (a),deduce that limx→∞xsin(1/x)=1.
Mar 3, 2014
by
joebright
help me solve.. Limx→1[( x6 1)÷(x31)]
Feb 28, 2014
by
joebright
this is the real work, log base x of 9 + log (base x squared) of 3= 2.5
Feb 3, 2014
by
anonymous
FOR CRACKER:
ANSWER:
log base x of 9 + log base x of 3^2= 2.5 →
log base x of 3^2 + log base x of 3^2=5/2
→ 2 log base x of 3+2 log base x of 3=5/2
→ log base x of 3=5/8 therefore x^5/8 =3
→ x=3^8/5 ,
Or X=5√3^5•3^3=3(5√27)
Feb 2, 2014
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Jennifer A. Cascaño
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