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The same with the last post.

It is not a joke.

Okay, but I did not ask to find the value

It is an infinite composition of cos tan sin

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How do I show that g(x) = cos(tan(sin ..... cos(tan(sin(x)))) .... ) ) is a constant?

Can you help me with this?

I wish you told me earlier. I was having trouble solving these. Thanks

He is preparing for a chemistry test.

So, he is solving problems like this for a change:

What is the minimum volume of water required to dissolve 1g of Calcium sulphate at 298 K. For calcium, K_sp = 9.1 * 10^-6

Isosceles.

Why are you not doing the experiments instead of asking?

1. Yes, if you add them

2. Could be equilateral but not all the time. Usually isosceles.

3. Isosceles

No, they are not.

Is having a carrot in a box and a carrot in a box in a box the same?

Please make a new thread in the help me section

I do not think going all over them manually is a good idea. I believe that such things are done in reality with computers.

I got 650 results.

May I ask you how you are going to analyse such large blocks of data?

That is a good idea. Why didn't I think of graphing it?

No, I received a text asking me to do this or post it.

I texted back why he needed this.

He said that he challenged himself to solve it because he has "trigonometric inverse functions in his syllabus".

I do not think there is a 'nice' method to do this but that is just me.

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Solve:

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What do you think is the worst way to learn mathematics?

EM guys check their answers!

Oh, thanks!

How large is your page?

Why does f(sqrt(2)) give those?

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Who is Newton?

How do you get to that?