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comment Percent word problem - calculate store cost
This may help :-)
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revised What does “percent of change” mean?
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comment Very simple function question
Division by 0
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accepted Could somebody please help me prove this using the properties of real numbers introduced in elementary algebra?
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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.
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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?
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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?
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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.
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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?