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    Academic Guidance Timing and importance of student/advisor relationship

    Hey folks, I'm trying pretty hard to make a return to academia, after getting a bachelor's degree in math about 5 years ago and subsequently working as a software engineer. I'm applying to a couple PhD programs near where I live, for admission for Fall 2020. It seems like the information out...
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    Beamer relationship to Law of Conservation of Momentum

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beamer_(cricket) https://www.physicsclassroom.com/Class/momentum/u4l1a.cfm Can we apply Law of conservation of momentum to Beamer? Thanks & Regards, Prashant S Akerkar
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    Prime Numbers and the relationship between n and P_n

    We often hear it said that either there is no relation between the natural, or counting numbers, $n$, and their counterparts the primes, $P_{n}$, or that if there is, it is so recondite as to be completely obscure. This is something of a sacred cow, but I don't believe it to be true. I'm not...
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    Testing My Hypothesis About a Relationship

    When I say "testing my hypothesis," I am not talking about statistical hypothesis testing. I expect x and y to have a strong positive correlation. I expect the same change in x to affect y more for the middle values of x than for each end, like the shape of y = -x^2. What would show if the...
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    Relationship between monthly and annually based interest rate?

    My question is quite simple like if I know that the interest I have got from a bank this month is x then can I say that the annual interest rate which I will get from the bank is 12 multiplied by x. I am asking this because sometimes you don't just add up the percentage and actually you do...
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    How to find a relationship between the elements in a circle inscribed in a triangle?

    I'm stuck with this particular problem: It states the following: A circle is inscribed in a triangle whose $M$, $N$, and $Q$ are tangential points. The lengths of $CB=40$ and $AB=9$. $\textrm{Find CM-AN}$ First off, I must say the segment line notation is hard for me to understand...
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    Converting formula to linear relationship

    I am struggling with converting formulae to the linear form Y = mX +C For example if I have the relationship ay=b^x and I need to express this in linear form using logs, I get: logy+ loga = xlogb not sure how to get this to the form Y=mX+C because if I move the loga onto the other side I...
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    Relationship Strength between a pair of numbers

    Hi All, I am trying to write some code to return be a specific pairs of numbers based on several things. Problem is I am stuck on the math to do it. So I have a set of numbers 1 - 30 Let's say out of 100, 10 have appeared 50 times, and 20 have appeared 25 times. Together, they have only...
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    Examine the special relationship between the single and triple angles of an arbitrary

    Examine the special relationship between the single and triple angles of an arbitrary angle to infer the feasibility of using classical geometric construction to trisect an angle De-Shi Chiu Chu Dong Junior High School, Hsinchu County 306, Taiwan (R.O.C) Corresponding author: De-Shi...
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    Examine the special relationship between the single and triple angles of an arbitrary

    Examine the special relationship between the single and triple angles of an arbitrary angle to infer the feasibility of using classical geometric construction to trisect an angle De-Shi Chiu Chu Dong Junior High School, Hsinchu County 306, Taiwan (R.O.C) Corresponding author: De-Shi...
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    The relationship of Counting number field & Prime numbers

    Counting number field (1,2,3,....) results into consequences such as for example prime numbers. Prime numbers are located in the counting number filed (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,...). The bolded numbers are primes. So we can assume that the counting number field has a great relationship to PN that...
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    What is Relationship between $\zeta(s)$ and Simple Prime-Power Counting Function?

    Assume the following definitions: $\zeta(s)$ - Riemann zeta function $\zeta'(s)$ - first-order derivative of the Riemann zeta function $\vartheta(s)$ - first Chebyshev function $\vartheta'(s)$ - first-order derivative of the first Chebyshev function $\psi(s)$ - second...
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    Proportionality Relationship

    Hello,Could you write an example about the below definition? I can't understand. A linear function with positive slope whose graph passes through the origin is called a proportionality relationship.
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    Relationship between a rank and the limit of a matrix

    So I have a question, Let's suppose I have a matrix $M$, where all the elements $a_{ij}$ are linear expressions that are functions of an arbitrary number of variables i.e. $$a_{ij}=f_{ij}(x_{1},x_{2},...,x_{n})$$ Let's suppose that I take the limit of one of these variables to infinity...
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    Can you explain to me in details ?

    QUESTION : Two integers k and p check the relationship k + p = 20 and k * p = 91. What is the value of k² + p² ? ANSWER : k and p have the values 13 and 7, hence k² + p² = 13² + 7² = 218. I still do not understand why k = 13 and p = 7. Could you give me a hint or explain to me in...
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    Sinusoidal waveform relationship - check :-)

    Hey everyone, I was wondering if anyone could confirm my choice selection from this practice question below is correct? If I'm wrong, I may need some help in understanding this a bit better :confused: Thanks in advance :cool:
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    Can you express this relationship as a formula?

    Today we were given a challenging Math Investigation in school and I require extra assistance from you. I was wondering what the relationship between the arrangement of 12 squares join together and how the perimeter differs for each arrangement. For the number of squares given, the perimeter...
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    Tesla's 3,6,9 Relationship to Shapes

    Please view on You Tube, Tesla's 3,6,9. You will see amazing relationships to these numbers to all numbers, and 9 digits. 0 is the symbol for nothing, or levels of the 9 digits. though 0 is important. 360 degrees in a circle is no random number. 360 = 3+6+0=9 180 = 1+8+0=9 90= 9+0=9...
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    The relationship between 1+2+3+4+... and -1/12

    I have seen a few videos on YouTube that seem to be saying that -1/12 has something mysterious to do with infinity. In one video a maths professor talks about it for over 15 minutes where he claims it is the nugget of gold that remains when the dirt of infinity is removed, and he claims it is...
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    Relationship between a truncated tetrahedron and its enclosed tetrahedron

    What is the mathematical formula to calculate "a" for a given "b" in the picture below of a tetrahedron with sides "b" inside of a truncated tetrahedron with sides "a". I think that this is a more challenging problem that what it appears to be.