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How to solve this? Find #m in RR # for which #X^3-3X+m=0# has a double root.
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What is the value of #k# so that #kx^2-4x-3=0# has one real root?
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How do you find the axis of symmetry, vertex and x intercepts for #y=x^2+x-6#?
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What is the Tension and acceleration in the figure?
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How do you factor #16x^2-81#?
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How do you differentiate #y=sec^-1(x^7)#?
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How do you evaluate #\sqrt { \frac { 1- \cos ^ { 2} 2\theta } { 1- \sin ^ { 2} 2\theta } }#?
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How do you evaluate #\sqrt { \frac { 1- \cos ^ { 2} 2\theta } { 1- \sin ^ { 2} 2\theta } }#?
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What is the advantage of central limit theorem in sampling?
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Assume that z scores are normally distributed with a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1. If #P(z<b)=.9817#, what is #b#?
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