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Repeating decimals 2008-03-10
From Blaine:
Is it possible to put a repeating decimal number into a calculator to solve a problem?

EX: Write 39.3939... as a fraction.

Answered by Penny Nom.
7,473,000,000 divided by 52000 2003-09-06
From A student:
I am having trouble with a question. 7,473,000,000 divided by 52000. Our calculater gets 147311.5385. I come up with 143711.53846, and then the number starts to repeat itself
Answered by Penny Nom.
Trig functions 2000-05-09
From Melissa:
Find all solutions in the interval (0,2pi)

Answered by Paul Betts and Harley Weston.
How many coins is one calculator? 2000-01-09
From Mandy Brockmann:
Tom weighed 1 pen and his calculator with 4 coins. Then he weighed his calculator and 3 pens with 12 coins. How many coins is one calculator?
Answered by Claude Tardif.



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