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Proofs 2008-07-26
From Taylor:
when doing a proof, how do i figure out the steps in which i find the statements? i find the reasons pretty easily but i do not understand how to get the proving part. that would be great if you can help me! Thanks
Answered by Victoria West.
Prove that any two consecutive integers are relativley prime. 2007-09-18
From Michael:
Im not very good at proofs and I was wandering if you would be able to help me with the following question: Prove that any two consecutive integers is relativley prime. Thanks a million.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Are proofs important in geometry? 2007-05-07
From BJ:
Are proofs very important to know how to do?
My daughter has been in Geometry & the teacher skipped proofs.

Answered by Penny Nom.
Dimensions of a roof 2005-03-18
From A roofer?:
A right triangle (roof of a house) has a base of 7 feet and a 22 degree angle. What is the height of the roof and what is the hypothenus of the triangle.
Answered by Penny Nom.
A proof in geometry 2004-07-16
From An:
Im taking a geometry course for the summer , and we just started to learn about proofs for about one week. Today in class, we started to do this one proof but didnt finish it because class ended. the problem is as follows.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Three proffs of a trig identity 2003-03-18
From Nadene:
Prove the identity. cos [x + (y-pi/2)] = sin (x+y)

A hint was also provided which is: "Apply cos (alpha + beta) first then within that apply cose (alpha-beta)"

Answered by Penny Nom.
Proofs 1997-04-13
From Daniel:
I'm having trouble understanding proofs. I don't know how to come up the answers on my own. I search through the book looking for the answer. I understand what they are doing, but I don't know how to do it.
Answered by Walter Whiteley.



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