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Discussion 3.1: Systems Write your own system of equations problem. Start with two known values that would represent the two variables. Write two
The homework I need help with is discrete Structures I. Please see attached.
College Algebra [MTH 100], Please find the attached two assignments. please show the steps on how you get the answer.
Let n > 1 and i ∈ N with 1 ≤ i ≤ n. Show that the set S(i) ={σ ∈ Sn  σ(i) = i} is a subgroup of Sn. For 1 ≤ i, j ≤ n, showthat the groups S(i)
Among all pairs of #'s whose sum=24 find a pair whose product is as large as possible. How do I solve this?
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