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 Mar28 answered Percent word problem - calculate store cost Mar27 revised What does “percent of change” mean? how I made sense of this question Mar19 comment Very simple function question Division by 0 Mar8 revised What does “percent of change” mean? added 84 characters in body Mar7 revised What does “percent of change” mean? added 140 characters in body Mar7 asked What does “percent of change” mean? Mar7 accepted Could somebody please help me prove this using the properties of real numbers introduced in elementary algebra? Mar6 revised Could somebody please help me prove this using the properties of real numbers introduced in elementary algebra? added 77 characters in body Mar6 revised Could somebody please help me prove this using the properties of real numbers introduced in elementary algebra? added detail Mar6 comment Could somebody please help me prove this using the properties of real numbers introduced in elementary algebra? Thank you for all your time and effort. Mar6 comment Could somebody please help me prove this using the properties of real numbers introduced in elementary algebra? Thank you for your time and effort. May I ask your opinion about user 685252's answer? Mar6 comment Could somebody please help me prove this using the properties of real numbers introduced in elementary algebra? May I ask your opinion about user 685252's answer? Mar6 comment Could somebody please help me prove this using the properties of real numbers introduced in elementary algebra? So by saying: 1 is its own reciprocal because 1*1=1, which can be said is a special case of a*1=a, we can go directly to the definition of division. Mar1 comment Could somebody please help me prove this using the properties of real numbers introduced in elementary algebra? @user18921 Do you think that this question is too trivial to ask for a more detailed solution? Feb16 accepted Infinity isn't a Number Jan22 accepted About the function $f(a) = \int \limits_0^{\infty} \frac{\ln y}{e^{ay} + 1} \ dy$ Jan17 comment How to deal with the temporary nature of my knowledge? @BillDubuque thank you for returning. Jan16 awarded Quorum Jan13 awarded Yearling Jan7 comment Can Prime numbers be negative? Please define what you mean by "generic." Also what does "So, of the integers, 7 represents both 7 and -7." mean?