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16 and I am very interested in higher level Physics


Apr
7
accepted Help on a homework question finding the area of a curve using polar equations
Apr
6
asked Help on a homework question finding the area of a curve using polar equations
Feb
23
asked How can you sketch the graph of a power of a function?
Feb
21
comment What is wrong with this basic algebra/trig that I'm doing?
The correct solution is 2pi/9
Feb
21
comment What is wrong with this basic algebra/trig that I'm doing?
But when I plug my solution in it doesn't equal 0
Feb
20
asked What is wrong with this basic algebra/trig that I'm doing?
Sep
24
awarded  Yearling
Aug
29
revised What does it mean by “the origin is moved by the transformation” in linear transformations?
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Aug
29
comment What does it mean by “the origin is moved by the transformation” in linear transformations?
Yes I mean (x, y)
Aug
29
asked What does it mean by “the origin is moved by the transformation” in linear transformations?
Aug
24
asked Why does this method for solving equations with complex number roots not always work?
Jun
23
asked How does one derive these solutions to the cubic equation?
May
12
accepted What have I done wrong in solving this problem with indices rules?
May
11
awarded  Editor
May
11
comment What have I done wrong in solving this problem with indices rules?
Sorry I was copying out a question with another there and got some numbers muddled up, I've edited it to what my solution actually was.
May
11
revised What have I done wrong in solving this problem with indices rules?
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May
11
asked What have I done wrong in solving this problem with indices rules?
Apr
9
asked Are there any rules of algebra?
Jan
20
comment Expressing hyperbolic functions in terms of $e$.
Okay, but the definition I used for $tanh(-x)$ is the correct definition, in which case, surely I haven't done I minus sign error? Let me know where I'm going wrong with this statement please thanks for the answer as well
Jan
20
accepted Expressing hyperbolic functions in terms of $e$.