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 Jun5 comment Why can neither GeoGebra, nor MathWay solve this simple math problem? Why you would want to evaluate this in geogebra is beyond me: It was because I wanted to draw this as a graph. But it said undefined with values of 1 or less on the x-axis. (0.5 = x) Jun5 accepted Graph for time rating (A bit like $x^3$) Jun5 comment Why can neither GeoGebra, nor MathWay solve this simple math problem? I know that there is a difference between (−0.5)^e and −0.5^e, none of them worked. So you are saying that they cannot solve it because of their scripts, not because the math is not supposed to work? Jun5 comment Why can neither GeoGebra, nor MathWay solve this simple math problem? screencast.com/t/OBW9dbURsXF screencast.com/t/Sv3ZzWKJYJMy A = the intersection between a and g. Jun5 comment Why can neither GeoGebra, nor MathWay solve this simple math problem? And with 2.72 instead of e Jun5 comment Why can neither GeoGebra, nor MathWay solve this simple math problem? (e^0.75)/((-0.5)^e+10000) Jun5 asked Why can neither GeoGebra, nor MathWay solve this simple math problem? Jun5 reviewed Approve Graph for time rating (A bit like $x^3$) Jun5 accepted Recipe for solving equations Jun5 asked Graph for time rating (A bit like $x^3$) May30 comment Recipe for solving equations Yes, you are correct. Thank you! So simplify the parentheses if they cannot be reduced. May14 comment Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$ @Artin That was helpful. :) May14 awarded Supporter May14 comment Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$ Normally, I wouldn't spam with a comment that is of no use. But this time I have to! This is a GREAT answer! This deserves +2! May14 accepted Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$ May14 revised Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$ added 36 characters in body May14 awarded Commentator May14 comment Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$ Is my question clear, do you see what I'm asking? May14 comment Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$ @Gigili I think I learned it now by looking at your edit. Thanks! May14 revised Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$ deleted 4 characters in body