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# TripleM

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Sun 18 Jan, 2004 09:06 pm - Which do you prefer? The TI83 Plus Silver or the HP49G? From looking over the specs, it appears that the HP49G is more powerful with more features. These two calculators have a USB port. Is it... (view)
Sun 18 Jan, 2004 04:42 pm - Which do you prefer? The TI83 Plus Silver or the HP49G? From looking over the specs, it appears that the HP49G is more powerful with more features. These two calculators have a USB port. Is it... (view)
Sat 17 Jan, 2004 01:38 pm - I have always been fascinated by the number of dimensions of this universe. Some say 10, others say 26. So what say you? (view)
Thu 15 Jan, 2004 05:05 pm - Enthusiast, your question is exactly what I'm after, the summation of little circles as the radius goes to zero (x^2 +y^2=r). Or could it be a voume of revolution about the Y axis where x=y. I... (view)
Thu 15 Jan, 2004 12:17 pm - Can you give me a web site or explain how to arrive at the volume of a cone through integration (1/3*p*r^2*h)? For any cone where p=pi, r=radius at the base, and h=height. Thanks (view)
Thu 15 Jan, 2004 11:57 am - Thanks Chucara, for the info and the graph. I appreciate your going to the trouble. What you presented has explained the problem for me. TripleM (view)
Mon 12 Jan, 2004 04:32 pm - Chucara Chucara, Pardon my ignorance, but all makes sense to me until you say: "OR since there is only one variable, renamed to x: f(x) < (4-x) / 3." How can this be assumed.... (view)
Sat 10 Jan, 2004 07:46 pm - I contend that he answer to question is simply 'e' not 'e to the r power'. (view)
Fri 9 Jan, 2004 07:19 pm - Help me out. Am I dumb or what? Got to this site : http://praxismathexam.com/freebies.asp and click on Sample Test of 8 Questions. Question 2) I don't see a right answer Question... (view)
Wed 24 Dec, 2003 04:35 pm - The numerical zero (0). (view)

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