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A limit 2017-05-14
From Soham:
Find out the value of the following:
lim (x+x^2 +x^3 +.........x^n–n)/(x–1)
x→1

Answered by Penny Nom.
A function which is onto but not one-to-one 2017-04-16
From Avinash:
Define a function f(x):N-->N which is onto but not one-one.Where N is set of natural numbers.
Answered by Penny Nom.
x^2 = -16 2016-12-12
From A student:
x to the second power = -16

what number solves the equation?

Answered by Penny Nom.
tan inverse 1/4 2016-03-14
From nazz:
prove; tan inverse 1/4=1/3 cot inverse 52/47
Answered by Chris Fisher.
Composition of functions and one to one 2012-10-17
From Ariana:
If f o g are one to one function,does it follow that g is one to one? Give reasons for your answers
Answered by Penny Nom.
Functions 2012-09-18
From nayeem:
I tried with many functions but I am not getting the exact values please help me
A give an example of a function whose domain equals the set of real numbers and whose range equals the set the set {-1,0,1}?
B Give an example of a function whose domain equals (0,1)and whose range equals [0,1] C.Give n example of a function whose is the set of positive integers and whose range is the set of positive even integers D. Give an example of a function whose domain is the set of positive even integers and whose range is the set of positive odd integers E give an example of function whose domain is the set of integers and whose range is the set of positive integers. F. Give an example of function whose domain is the set of positive integers and whose range is the set of integers.
please show me the work
Please give me the trick of finding such functions

Answered by Robert Dawson and Harley Weston.
Functions 2012-09-18
From nayeem:
I tried with many functions but I am not getting the exact values please help me A give an example of a function whose domain equals the set of real numbers and whose range equals the set the set {-1,0,1}?
B Give an example of a function whose domain equals (0,1)and whose range equals [0,1] C.Give n example of a function whose is the set of positive integers and whose range is the set of positive even integers D. Give an example of a function whose domain is the set of positive even integers and whose range is the set of positive odd integers E give an example of function whose domain is the set of integers and whose range is the set of positive integers. F. Give an example of function whose domain is the set of positive integers and whose range is the set of integers.
please show me the work
Please give me the trick of finding such functions

Answered by Robert Dawson and Harley Weston.
sin x = -0.25 2011-03-29
From Wayne:
How do you solve for x in the equation sin x = -0.25

the answer is 3.394 and 6.030 but I don't know the steps they used to calculate this

Answered by Penny Nom.
Can a function be both even and one to one? 2010-10-09
From Tracy:
Can a function be both even and one to one?
Answered by Harley Weston.
Equivalent sets 2004-03-06
From A student:
If A=(1,2,3,4,...) and B=(5,10,15,20,...), is A equivalent to B. Why or Why not ?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A function that is onto but not one-to-one where f:N-->N 2002-12-06
From Lisa:
A function that is onto but not one-to-one where f:N-->N
Answered by Penny Nom.
Using the inverse sine function 2000-05-31
From Nelson Rothermel:
This has me completely baffled. I have to use the laws of sine or cosine to find the angles of a triangle when I have 3 sides, so I can't go 180-x-y when I have 2 angles. Now, I have a triangle with values of 3, 7, and 9. Here are the steps I used (A,B,C are angles; a,b,c are opposite sides):

angle A (16.1951 degrees): cos-1*((b2+c2-a2)/(2*b*c))
angle B (40.6011 degrees): sin-1*(b*sin(A)/a)
angle C (56.7962 degrees): sin-1*(c*sin(A)/a)

If you notice, A+B+C does not equal 180. According to the book, A and B are correct, but C is supposed to be 123.2038 degrees. Why doesn't it work???


Answered by Harley Weston.
The square root of -1 2000-05-19
From Gary:
i am not a student i am just some one that heard something and i can't be sure on the answer...my ? is what is the square root of -1? i think it is -1 but not sure can you let me know please thank you
Answered by Harley Weston.
-1 exposant 4 2004-12-19
From Denis:
ma question est : -1 exposant 4 = ? Quand nous avons une base négative sans parenthèse comme ma question
Answered by Diane Hanson.
 
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