
1. Write two ways of each algebraic expression in words. (a) m + 7 (b) z  11 (c) 5 a (d) b 9

2. Write an algebraic expression for each verbal expression. (a) a number m minus five (b) the sum of two times a number k and seven (c) two third of a number x plus ten (d) the product of 7 and m

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what is zero of order for (z^2+z2)^3 ? what is the general formula of calculating how many orders of zero of a function?

1. Consider the field F2 = {0,1}, with addition defined by a+b = (a + b)mod2 and multiplication defined by ab = (ab)mod2. Let V be the vector space over F2 consisting of all ordered pairs (v, w) where

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Questions are from Haberman. Applied Partial Differential Equations, (5th Edition). Pearson, 2013. 2.5.1 a,c 2.5.3 b 2.5.7 a Please be as detailed as possible in explaining why your doing ce

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1.fina all z belong to C such that e^z= 1 2.Draw two simply connected open sets A and B such that: (1)the intersection AnB is disconnected, and (2)the union AUB is connected but not simply connected.
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