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Nov
19
awarded  Supporter
Nov
19
accepted Determining the Coordinates of the point on the x-axis that are equidistant
Nov
19
comment Determining the Coordinates of the point on the x-axis that are equidistant
Am I correct in saying that the equation is obtained by supstituting vector AB in the equation ax + by + cz + d = 0
Nov
19
comment Determining the Coordinates of the point on the x-axis that are equidistant
Where did you get the equation 6 + d = 0?
Nov
19
asked Determining the Coordinates of the point on the x-axis that are equidistant
Mar
13
awarded  Student
Mar
13
accepted Determining Approximate Solutions at Intervals - $\tan x$
Mar
13
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Mar
13
comment Determining Approximate Solutions at Intervals - $\tan x$
i have edited the origianl post to make it pi
Mar
13
comment Determining Approximate Solutions at Intervals - $\tan x$
and i accidently wrote 2Pi, its actually just Pi
Mar
13
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Mar
13
comment Determining Approximate Solutions at Intervals - $\tan x$
sorry i havent learned arctangent and i was looking through the unit and it doesnt mention it
Mar
13
asked Determining Approximate Solutions at Intervals - $\tan x$
Mar
12
awarded  Scholar
Mar
12
accepted Compound angle formulas
Mar
12
revised Compound angle formulas
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Mar
12
revised Compound angle formulas
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Mar
12
comment Compound angle formulas
I don't understand how you went from $\dfrac{\sqrt{6}\sqrt{2}}{4}$ to $\dfrac{\sqrt{3}+1}{2 \sqrt{2}}$
Mar
11
revised Compound angle formulas
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Mar
11
comment Compound angle formulas
$\dfrac{\sqrt{6}\sqrt{2}}{4}$