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Hello Rod, appreciate your time to provide detailed answers and easy to understand explanations.

Thank you for all your help as always.
Aug 5 by GeneralRed
Adding a message to your wall
Jun 3 by mshelton
Rod,

messages have been reenabled. I have sent you some further information. Thanks.
Apr 27 by mshelton
Hello Rod,
Thank you for reaching out to me...

E-mail sounds better to me and so I will be looking forward for your mail.
Feb 25 by karan91
Hello Rod, thank you for your help as always...

I have an old question paper that I'm having a hard time solving, however I would like to use it as a reference for practicing further. I believe that posting  a question paper goes against the community guidelines, but posting individual questions is a drag (and I'm a little low on time)...

Can you help me out?

(Also, I read someone mentioned a "message box".... I'm unable to locate that.)
Feb 25 by karan91
Rod,

I sent a message to your message box. I’m not sure if you saw it. Just wanted to let you know it is there. I’d love to get your reply.
Dec 17, 2020 by mshelton
Given that tanx=1,0°<=x<=90° evaluate 1-sin²x/cosx
Nov 12, 2020 by McCquabena Bannor
Good Day Sir Rodney! do you mind solving this problem? thankyou! https://www.mathhomeworkanswers.org/254514/cylindrical-radius-cutting-plane-degree-angle-inclination
Sep 23, 2018 by iamrussellchii24
Hi sir how are you ? sir i need your help in a algebric tiles problem , i have submit a Question please make me understand when ever you have time
thank you
Sep 27, 2017 by Mac2016
Please help me answer this questions.
Classify the following differential equations as whether
A. Ordinary or partial
B. Linear or non linear
C. Unknown function
D. Independent  variables
E. Order
F. Degree.
1.s"-4s'+5s'=cosx-4sinx
2.[1+d^2y/dx^2]^3/4 =p(dy/dx) ^2
3.x^2(d^y/dx^3)^4+log(1+x) (d^2y/dx2)^5=x^7
4.xd^2v/dx^2+(dv/dx) ^1/3=e^x
Oct 30, 2016 by anonymous
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