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**Mathegocart**- Replies: 2

I have been trying to solve and develop a comprehensive solution, but I haven't. I would profoundly appreciate the help from the jovial people of MIF.

HCEG is a rhombus formed by connecting the midpoints of the rectangle ABDF. Note that O is the center of the circle circumscribing ABDF, and that it is the intersection of the diagonals of the rhombus HCEG. Some dimensions: OG = 10, CK = 8.

Find a length of the side of the rhombus HCEG.

My diagram is currently quite convoluted and looks more unsystematic than planned out.

I did some EM work( was intuitive) and found the solution, though can't find a geometric explanation

concluded after a quick peruse of the problem/

Here's a crucial hint to prove there is only one solution: note the essential fact that if

Graphically it looks quite elegant..

Hi, I could help with you[Mjane] with comprehending the material, though I would like BB to specify what to teach you.

- Thanks, M.

Zeeshan 01 wrote:

HOW TO BolD TEXT

You should probably provide your comments in a way that is suitable for conveying information.

The markup is [ b ] "something" [ / b].

(without spaces)

mandy jane wrote:

hi bob bundy dose the course Edexcel cost for me to do if so how much would it be ? can you let me know so I can sore it out please ?

I'm currently within the US, so I don't necessarily know the specifics, though this seems to be the general costs.. https://knowledgebase.edexcel.com/wp-co … 5-2016.pdf.

Press Control + F and type in the box "maths" which will immediately bring you the costs of Maths subject fees.

mandy jane wrote:

is Steve b still on here if so could he send me a message it would be good to hear from him ?

Mandy; SteveB has been inactive since a few days ago, he will probably answer you because of his conspicuous email alerts.

EDIT: that was a trivialization of the current conditions: he hasn't posted since a few *months* ago..

Specifically, the ubiquitous operations are not defined for infinity.

bobbym wrote:

Yes, it was not too hard.

Yes, 12 PM and a fatigued body does that to you..

bobbym wrote:

Mathegocart wrote:仇讎? Could you define that?

I think the word I wanted is teki.

I probably should have gotten that off context, haha.

bobbym wrote:

12? You have confused me utterly.

12 PM EST, specifically. Sorry for the ambiguity!

bobbym wrote:

17 Because the North won the Civil War.

To the victor goes the spoils.

18 I have an opinion on that but I do not think it could ever be accomplished without much bloodshed. Therefore, I hope it never happens. If it did I would remain in Florida. Let us examine the ramifications of such an event. For one thing, all my relations live in the North... They would instantly become 仇讎

仇讎? Could you define that?

bobbym wrote:

Define what?

The section of the US, I suppose..

It is 12 here, may all your endeavors be successful!

And I assume it is common parlance in Europe that ,'s indicate decimals?

1. Please specify and systematically categorize this before we attempt to solve it..

So he could solve for the variable a.

You're assuming that he has enough aptitude to swim in water...

bobbym wrote:

Hi;

You did that with M, I presume?

**Mathegocart**- Replies: 13

1. For the set of positive integers from [1, 10000], find the sum of all values of x such that x^2 + 27 and x + 3 are prime.

Clarify, is b half the size of c or a is half the size of c?? Misplaced modifiers are confusing..

That could only happen within spherical geometry, so try again...

thickhead wrote:

Mathegocart wrote:The (i.e, vertical)perpendicular distance between both opposing windows is 12 ft.

-MatheI like clarity on this point.Is it not

horizontaldistance between opposing windows?And what is the value of 'g' in fps units? I vaguely remember it as 32 ft/sec^2. Is it right? I am used to S.I. units.

I see that clarity is necessary for answering these questions, it is horizontal distance, the force of gravity is approximately equal to 31 ft/sec^2.