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King Azazel

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-Each person will answer the math question of the person before them then post the answer along with a new math expression

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Person A: What is the square root of 16?

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What is 5^3?

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Simplify (e^(x+5))/e^5

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What is two plus two?

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12-Aug-2015 05:08:36 - Last edited on 12-Aug-2015 07:50:27 by King Azazel

Ferrum
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Ferrum

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125

((8x+7)^2)(4x+3)(x+1)= (9/2)

find X




EDIT: clarified the place of the exponent
EDIT 2: No smily faces in math sorry

12-Aug-2015 06:39:33 - Last edited on 12-Aug-2015 06:40:21 by Ferrum

Ferrum
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Ferrum

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3 and 4, or 2 and 4 if for some reason you're only doing whole numbers (like a teacher at the school I work at did for a test...like what?)

hmm i like algebra...

((7x-2)^(1/3)) + ((7x+5)^(1/3)) = 3

find x

I had to teach Algebra II for a year, so I just pulled 2 extra credit problems out hahahaha.

12-Aug-2015 06:58:20

King Azazel

King Azazel

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I think you're scaring away people from this thread haha, I had to use calculus to solve that one.

x = 3/7

Find the roots of (x^2 - 1) Hint: There's two

12-Aug-2015 07:17:08 - Last edited on 12-Aug-2015 07:18:30 by King Azazel

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