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if t= 180-x . make x the subject 23 May 2012Comment

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how to solve binomial expansion? 12 July 2011Comment

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Think of a number add 15 to it and doubld d number u think, add d number u first think, divide by 3 and take away dat number u first think of and let ur b 10 28 February 2011Comment View All 4 Answers

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in a cultural gathering of 400 people there are 270 men and 200 musicians. of the latter,80 are singers.60 of the women are not musicians and 220 of the men are not singers.how many of the women are musicians but not singers,if there are 150 singers altogether and 40 are both musicians and singers? 05 February 2011Comment

10(x-1)-6x-26=3.........................find the value of x to the nearest integer 16 September 2010Comment

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Arithmetic Progression is sequence of numbers that increase or decrease by a common difference such that any number in the sequence is the average (arithmetic mean) of the numbers preceding and following it. Example the following numbers form an arithmetic progression 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 the common difference d is 2 while the first term is 2 The... Read All 07 September 2010Comment

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