Mark Mottian answered Dan Banks' question I suggest you start here. It is an very informative video which teaches you step by step together with multiple algorithms required for effortlessly solving the Rubix Cube. It takes a lot of memorising but is, however, very satisfying in the end. Go ahead and view part two once … Read more
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Mark Mottian answered August Lavender's question
The following divisibility rules may be important for the nature of such a problem. For divisibility by 2, the units digit of the number should end in either 0; 2; 4; 6 or 8.For divisibility by 3, the sum of the digits of the number should be divisible by 3.For divisibility by 5, the units … Read more
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Mark Mottian answered Burgon Shuler's question
P = (number of favourable outcomes) / (total number of outcomes)Total number of outcomes  = 2 Nickels + 3 Pennies + 3 Quarters + 2  Dimes = 10 CoinsWe are interested in the probability of selecting dime = 2/10 = 1/5
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Mark Mottian answered
Apply the law:    A^-x = 1/(a ^ x) 10^-4 = 1/(10^4)    (apply the above law) = 1/(10000)    (expand the denominator) = 0.0001    (convert to a decimal of you desire)
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Mark Mottian voted up Michelle Barber's answer
This is a really great question, but I'm afraid it doesn't have a precise answer. There are a million-and-one diets out there, and there isn't a specific one that works for everyone. Finding the right diet for you is the key to getting in shape - so I'd recommend trying the ones that sound most … Read more
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Mark Mottian voted up Oddman's answer
In order to make a number greater than 500, the first digit drawn must be 5, 6, or 7. That is, it must be one of three specific digits. The next number drawn will be any of the 6 remaining cards, and the final number drawn will be any of the 5 remaining cards. In … Read more
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