If your talking about factors in algebra I never used those outside of school but I'm sure if you become a mathematician you may use them. They are probably also useful in physics. You can use them to find the roots of a function so you know when y will have a value of 0.  … Read more
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The answer is 8 * 7 because the formula is n!/(n-c)! Where n is the total number of things and C is the number chosen in a grouping. In this problem n=8 and c=2 so we get  8!/(8-2)! = (8*7*6*5*4*3*2*1)/(6*5*4*3*2*1) = 8*7=56
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I am a former database programmer and have only worked with binary (degree 2 relationships(relationships between 2 entities)) but here is a description of higher degree relationships that I found" Degree of a Relationship The degree of a relationship is the number of entities associated with the relationship. The n-ary relationship is the general form … Read more
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______(today's date) Dear registrar, I attended ______(name of school) from ______(start date) to ______(end date) and I graduated on ______(graduation date).  I need to get a copy of my diploma. Thank You (your signature) ______(your name)
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I'm assuming that the  square is inscribed in a circle and that is the radius that you are looking for. (1) S is side of the square so S^2=72 and s=sqrt(72)=8.49 (2) Draw the square. Next draw a circle around the square so that the corners of the square touch the circle. (3) Draw a point … Read more
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The perimeter length = 2 * width + 2 * length if the width or thee length is an improper fraction then add the whole numbers and the fractional numbers separately. If you have an improper fraction convert it to a whole number + a fraction. For example width = 2 1/4,height = 3 1/2 … Read more
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There are 360 degrees in a triangle. If you inscribe a point at 3 points each 1/3 of a circle or 60 degrees apart you will have the vertices of an equilateral triangle. Using the formula x = R + sin(theta) and y = R * because(theta) we can start at angle 0 degrees and … Read more