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Course: KFS 4816, Fall 2009
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Notes Project for Math 320: Fundamentals of Mathematics Postage Problem, Part 1. September 19, 2005 1 The problem A few days ago, I had to send a letter by Priority Mail, which costs \$3.85. A regular rstclass letter costs 37 cents for the rst ounce and 23 cents for each additional ounce. My stamp drawer is full of 37-cent and 23-cent stamps, but no other denominations. One way to deal with the situation was to...

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CSU Northridge - KFS - 103
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CSU Northridge - KFS - 4816
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CSU Northridge - KFS - 4816
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CSU Northridge - KFS - 4816
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CSU Northridge - KFS - 4816
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CSU Northridge - AE - 11859
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CSU Northridge - AE - 11859
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CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
Department of MathematicsProposed by Bernardo brego and Silvia Fernndez.May 9-16A real number x between 0 and 1 is chosen uniformly at ran dom. If x is written as a decimal in base 10, what is the probability that its rst non-zero digit is equa
CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
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CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
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CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
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CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
Department of MathematicsProposed by Bernardo brego and Silvia Fernndez.February 21-28has a solution with a and b positive integers. Justify your answer.Find the smallest positive integer k for which the equation a a2 k + b b2 k = 2005
CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
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CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
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CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
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CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
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CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
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CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
Problem of the Week 11, Fall 2005Solution by the organizers. This solution does not require the concept of curvature. We rst nd the largest circle that touches the parabola at (0, 0). The center of such disk must be located at (0, r) where r is the
CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
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CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
Department of MathematicsProposed by Bernardo brego and Silvia Fernndez.February 7-14A restaurant oers ve menus each priced a dierent whole amount of dollars between \$10 and \$19 inclusive. Last Friday there were 15 couples dining at the restaur
CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
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CSU Northridge - SF - 70713
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