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answered Draw a square around a point.
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comment Calculating the aspect ratio of the rotated rectangle on the image
a reference that you know of the aspect ratio. eg. that of font printed on the card.
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comment A math teacher thought of a positive integer of two digits.
wore me out. i took "divisors" differently-- outside its meaning. the idea is the number of divisors should be high enough that $2$ has to be one of them for the number be ( (even) & (less than $100$) ).
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comment Strong inducti0n with 3- and 5-peso notes and can pay any number greater than 7.
this is an old Q.
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comment A math teacher thought of a positive integer of two digits.
Still $6$ divisors BTW, not $7$. Those multiplied giving the number itself. Fell quick for your first comment.
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comment A math teacher thought of a positive integer of two digits.
$96=2^5\times3$. Hanna can't chose between $96$ and $64$ by herself.
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revised A math teacher thought of a positive integer of two digits.
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comment A math teacher thought of a positive integer of two digits.
Well, work it for 7 then. this is a solution. Thanks for the warning though.
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answered A math teacher thought of a positive integer of two digits.
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comment Contrapositive of an Implication
you sure about your resource ?
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revised Probability of choosing like partners
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comment Probability of choosing like partners
yup, figured trying n works. Thx again.
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comment Probability of choosing like partners
Thanks for the edit. how do you add the TeX markup in here though ?
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reviewed Approve Probability of choosing like partners
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answered Probability of choosing like partners
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revised Request theorem/Proof for $F(x)>0$ for $a<x<b$
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answered Factorizing sum of two powers.
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answered Request theorem/Proof for $F(x)>0$ for $a<x<b$