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(4) Note the relation given to you essentially says the numbers T_3 and after are the sum of the three numbers prior.
Wed Sep 9
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(3) You should not have to write out all of the thirtyplus possible compositions of 8.
Fri Sep 11
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(3) Just pick a p from among the new primes you found in 2.
Mon Sep 14
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(4) This is a hard one to put into words. Just do your best! The hint may help you see it.
Wed Sep 16
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(3) Note we are reducing mod 8.
Fri Sep 18
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Mon Sep 28
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(3) Note, you just need a rational number. It need not be simplified.
Wed Sep 30
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Fri Oct 2
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(4) What kind of infinite decimal number is M? Is there a repeating pattern or not?
Mon Oct 5
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(3) This is effectively relying on the definition of uncountable.
Mon Oct 19
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(4) How is the 100th decimal place of a* chosen?
Wed Oct 21
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(3) If both the irrational and rational numbers were countable, this would present a problem. How so?
Mon Nov 2
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(3) For part a., you will need to FOIL.
Wed Nov 4
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(3) a="shortest side"; b="medium side"; c="largest side".
Fri Nov 6
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(3) Greek prefixes on # of faces.
Mon Nov 9
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(2) Face shape(s)?
(3) Total angle measure in four squares?
Wed Nov 11
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Mon Nov 16
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(34) We showed in class the diagonal of a rectangular solid is sqrt(a^2 + b^2 + c^2).
Wed Nov 18
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(3) Diagonal of a rectangular solid?
Fri Nov 20
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