click start button

they calc, and click that

bingo.

or buy a calculator

or do it inside google, it can do math.

take math class?

4 ways answered.

or slide rule(5th)or abacus? 6th way.

they calc, and click that

bingo.

or buy a calculator

or do it inside google, it can do math.

take math class?

4 ways answered.

or slide rule(5th)or abacus? 6th way.

Math | Answered on Jan 14, 2019

What repair is this related to?

Math | Answered on Jan 03, 2019

This is a forum for repair related questions and answers

Math | Answered on Dec 30, 2018

Impossible, as the numbers only add up to 45. Unless the question was meant to include the number 10 as well?

Math | Answered on Oct 30, 2018

A class consists of 16 kids, 6 boys and 10 girls.

Emily questioned all the students and discovered that

8 out of 10 girls prefer valentines day over birthdays, but only 2 out of 6 boys prefer valentines day over birthdays.

What is the ratio of children in the class that prefer valentines day over birthdays.

Emily questioned all the students and discovered that

8 out of 10 girls prefer valentines day over birthdays, but only 2 out of 6 boys prefer valentines day over birthdays.

What is the ratio of children in the class that prefer valentines day over birthdays.

Math | Answered on Feb 14, 2018

100 ÷ 4

100 ÷4

32 ÷ 4

=

58

100 ÷4

32 ÷ 4

=

58

Math | Answered on Jan 16, 2018

Hello, Nancy -

If you think you will ever need to convert metric measurement to

"English" measurement (used in the USA), this is a great web site (for all kinds of conversions):

http://www.metric-conversions.org/volume-conversion.htm

This is the link to the home page for conversions:

http://www.metric-conversions.org/

I suggest you save that web page address to your Favorites / Bookmarks.

Using the conversions calculator for milliliters to U.S. fluid ounces, this is the result:

50 ml = 1.690701 U.S. fluid ounces

This is the result for U.K. fluid ounces:

50 ml = 1.759754 U.K. fluid ounces

I assume your question has to do with liquid perfume.

If you think you will ever need to convert metric measurement to

"English" measurement (used in the USA), this is a great web site (for all kinds of conversions):

http://www.metric-conversions.org/volume-conversion.htm

This is the link to the home page for conversions:

http://www.metric-conversions.org/

I suggest you save that web page address to your Favorites / Bookmarks.

Using the conversions calculator for milliliters to U.S. fluid ounces, this is the result:

50 ml = 1.690701 U.S. fluid ounces

This is the result for U.K. fluid ounces:

50 ml = 1.759754 U.K. fluid ounces

I assume your question has to do with liquid perfume.

Math | Answered on Jan 10, 2018

$700 X 15% = $105 off

$700-$105= $595

Gift card of $60.00

$595 - $60= $535

Final price = $535

$700-$105= $595

Gift card of $60.00

$595 - $60= $535

Final price = $535

Math | Answered on Jan 09, 2018

feet X feet = square feet

That's it.

That's it.

Math | Answered on Dec 02, 2017

A long, fairly thorough way that shows the thinking behind it (usually considerably shorthanded in practice):

1) Rewrite the (negative-signed) elements of the equation so that their signs are clearly attached to them and cannot be confused with operations [you could also add the + in front of the positive-signed elements as well] -->

2.93 + 19j = -j + -5.82 + -11.25

2) Add j to both sides to consolidate all the j's on the same side of the equation [adding the same thing to both sides doesn't change the balance/value of the equation] --> 2.93 + 19j +j = +j +-j + -5.82 + -11.25 --> 2.93 + 20j = -5.82 + -11.25

3) Subtract 2.93 from both sides so that the j's are all by themselves on one side of the equation --> 2.93 + -2.93 + 20j = -5.82 + -11.25 + -2.93 --> 20j = -5.82 + -11.25 + -2.93

4) Add up the numbers on the right and rewrite the equation --> 20j = -20

5) Solve for j by dividing both sides by 20 [j's coefficient] --> j = -1

6) Test the answer in the left side of the equation --> 2.93 + 19(-1) --> 2.93 + -19 --> -16.07

7) Test the answer in the right side of the equation --> -(-1) + -5.82 + -11.25 --> 1 + -5.82 + -11.25 --> -16.07

8) Compare and validate: -16.07 = -16.07

1) Rewrite the (negative-signed) elements of the equation so that their signs are clearly attached to them and cannot be confused with operations [you could also add the + in front of the positive-signed elements as well] -->

2.93 + 19j = -j + -5.82 + -11.25

2) Add j to both sides to consolidate all the j's on the same side of the equation [adding the same thing to both sides doesn't change the balance/value of the equation] --> 2.93 + 19j +j = +j +-j + -5.82 + -11.25 --> 2.93 + 20j = -5.82 + -11.25

3) Subtract 2.93 from both sides so that the j's are all by themselves on one side of the equation --> 2.93 + -2.93 + 20j = -5.82 + -11.25 + -2.93 --> 20j = -5.82 + -11.25 + -2.93

4) Add up the numbers on the right and rewrite the equation --> 20j = -20

5) Solve for j by dividing both sides by 20 [j's coefficient] --> j = -1

6) Test the answer in the left side of the equation --> 2.93 + 19(-1) --> 2.93 + -19 --> -16.07

7) Test the answer in the right side of the equation --> -(-1) + -5.82 + -11.25 --> 1 + -5.82 + -11.25 --> -16.07

8) Compare and validate: -16.07 = -16.07

Math | Answered on Dec 02, 2017

Hi find answer by skeeter here

http://mathhelpforum.com/trigonometry/99703-trigonometry-help-totally-stuck.html

http://mathhelpforum.com/trigonometry/99703-trigonometry-help-totally-stuck.html

Math | Answered on Nov 20, 2017

Sorry we are not a math solving website, we deal in product self repair and use of said products.

Math | Answered on Oct 28, 2017

1/x^4 = x^-4/1=x^-4

Math | Answered on Sep 16, 2017

There's a guide for that:

Canon 788SG User Instruction Simultaneous Linear Equations

Canon 788SG User Instruction Simultaneous Linear Equations

Math | Answered on Sep 04, 2017

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