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9 items are filed under this topic.    Page1/1            On what day of the week did 1994 begin? 2015-04-05 From tayyaba:
there were 365 days in the year 1993 the first day of the year was friday. on what day of the week did 1994 begin?     The derivative of sin(x) 2014-04-26 From Lucky:
f(x)=Sin(x), by first principle its f'(x)...show me how to solve such problem.     Cumulative Frequency Math Question 2013-03-20 From Primadonna:

Hi,

Thank you so much.

The cumulative frequency table below shows the length of time that 30 students spent text messaging on a weekend.

Minutes Used Cumulative Frequency
31-40 2
31-50 5
31-60 10
31-70 19
31-80 30

Which 10-minute interval contains the first quartile?

(1) 31–40

(2) 41–50

(3) 51–60

(4) 61–70     The derivative of x^-(1/2) 2012-01-14 From Eric:
I have an problem figuring out the derivative of the negative square root of x i.e. x^-(1/2) using the first principle.     Solving arithmetic problems in the right order (BEDMAS) 2007-10-05 From Kim:
3+4x2-(10 divided by 5)= what?     Differentiate x^(1/3) using first principles 2007-09-14 From Sheila:
our teacher gave us this question as a challenge and even he couldnt figure it out: Differentiate x^(1/3) [aka the cube root of x] using first principles. i know the answer is 1/(3.x^2/3), but how is it possible using first principles?     Two sequences that agree in the first 4 terms 2003-05-26 From A student:
Is it possible to have two formulas that define sequences that agree on the first four terms but not the rest?     Sequences that agree on their first four terms 2002-05-16 From Mike:
Are there two formulas that define sequences that agree on their first four terms, but differ on the fifth term and all succeeding terms?     zero 2000-01-01 From Jason:
What civilization first used zero?      Page1/1    Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.    about math central :: site map :: links :: notre site français