
This week we will explore the Law of Large Numbers. Note: The probability of rolling a six on a standard die is 1/6 or 0.1667. Roll a standard die 10 times. Record the number of times you roll a 6

Let n e Z, prove that 3n^3n. Using inductions, prove the following. Its a number theory class

1. An isosceles right triangle has legs measuring (x + 1) cm each. The hypotenuse has measure (x + 5) cm. Find x.

Prove that the square of any odd integer is expressible in the form 8n + 1, with n e Z.

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Hello, I would like to know if someone could please help me with this question? How do we determine if two lines are parallel, perpendicular, or intersecting? First of all, you know that two lin

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Discrete Math 1. The format of telephone numbers in North America is specified by a numbering plan. A telephone number consists of 10 digits, which are split into a threedigit area code, a threedig
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