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 Mar 3 comment Sine-wave Phase shift yes that is what I tot as well... tks Mar 3 comment Sine-wave Phase shift are you familiar with QAM? cause now your answer is even more confusing, updated with the full question, i just want to know if it is 90 degrees or 180 or 270 pls chk..tks Nov 11 comment Fibonacci conjecture: $(F_{n+5})^2 - (F_n)^2 = 3((F_{n+3})^2 - (F_{n+2})^2) + 8 F_{n+2} F_{n+3}$. @ArthurFischer nothing is lost..tks for doing that! Nov 11 comment Expressing in rationals $2+3+2\sqrt{6}-7$.... I have plus not minus Nov 11 comment Fibonacci conjecture: $(F_{n+5})^2 - (F_n)^2 = 3((F_{n+3})^2 - (F_{n+2})^2) + 8 F_{n+2} F_{n+3}$. OMG so clear! got it! got it! Nov 11 comment Expressing in rationals Nice so clear.. Nov 11 comment Expressing in rationals ah i got it now! its the $(a+b)^2$ formula? Oct 22 comment finding gradient of an eingenline except the part why the bottom ones are 0's? I understand the top part Oct 22 comment finding gradient of an eingenline so the gradient m = $3.526 / 18$ ? Oct 22 comment finding gradient of an eingenline Not really sure how to get there, should I convert to y=mx+c? Oct 22 comment Finding reflection of a matrix thats exactly what I was thinking as well.. but with one exception that I did not use radian mode I will do that now Oct 22 comment Finding the vertices of an Ellipse I have no choice but to agree with you, lol. Tks for the clarification. Oct 22 comment Finding reflection of a matrix @MichaelJoyce I have edited my question please take a look. Oct 21 comment Finding reflection of a matrix @Belgi this has to do with transformations Oct 21 comment Finding reflection of a matrix Thats it the question I was given. Oct 21 comment Finding the vertices of an Ellipse I guess the vertices in this case will be the points of the ellipse in the graph Oct 21 comment Finding the power of a matrix haha my textbook tought me that way..maths.lse.ac.uk/Personal/martin/fme4a.pdf Oct 21 comment Finding the power of a matrix clearly this is way easier to do! Oct 17 comment Gradient of the point with x coordinate Would my answer be correct? Oct 17 comment Gradient of the point with x coordinate @J.G. Yes I know a little about differentiation,This is more of a fixed point topic