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H Pre-Calculus Ch. 13
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5/22/2011 01:07:28 am
I remember us doing these problems in class together, but for numbers 23-36 in section 13.1, what is it exactly asking to do? I'm getting confused and there's no example to support it.
5/22/2011 02:20:41 am
How would you do number 39 in 13.2? it is similar to number 35, where the answer is in the thousands. How do they get such a big number?
5/22/2011 01:52:37 pm
can someone explain how to do number 37 in 13.1?
5/23/2011 12:03:14 pm
Never mind, I got numbers 23 and 25. (I actually meant numbers 23-26, but said 36 instead. its just using the counting formula!). If anyone can answer my other questions though, I would appreciate it.
5/23/2011 02:23:09 pm
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