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Jun
5
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)
Jun
5
accepted Graph for time rating (A bit like $x^3$)
Jun
5
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?
Jun
5
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.
Jun
5
comment Why can neither GeoGebra, nor MathWay solve this simple math problem?
And with 2.72 instead of e
Jun
5
comment Why can neither GeoGebra, nor MathWay solve this simple math problem?
(e^0.75)/((-0.5)^e+10000)
Jun
5
asked Why can neither GeoGebra, nor MathWay solve this simple math problem?
Jun
5
reviewed Approve Graph for time rating (A bit like $x^3$)
Jun
5
accepted Recipe for solving equations
Jun
5
asked Graph for time rating (A bit like $x^3$)
May
30
comment Recipe for solving equations
Yes, you are correct. Thank you! So simplify the parentheses if they cannot be reduced.
May
14
comment Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$
@Artin That was helpful. :)
May
14
awarded  Supporter
May
14
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!
May
14
accepted Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$
May
14
revised Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$
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May
14
awarded  Commentator
May
14
comment Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$
Is my question clear, do you see what I'm asking?
May
14
comment Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$
@Gigili I think I learned it now by looking at your edit. Thanks!
May
14
revised Why does $\binom{10}{7} = \frac{10!}{(10-7)!7!}$
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