Math(s) R Gr8

Tell me how. I is too young to know any of zis.

HALP!!!
But anyhow, I finished my math final on Monday, and it was much easier. Azaen blood helps even when you don't know the slightest about Math!

A = pi(r)2, so r = square root (pi/A)

e = 2.718

PV - nRT, so t = PV/nR

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Uhhhhh... Whut?
Wat?

"e" is a constant. Useful for reasons that I don't know.

"PV = nRT" is the ideal gas law. T is temperature, in Kelvin.

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Having taken calculus 2 through 4 in the past year, I can safely say I like math less than I used to. frowning

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me and grammaticul are the youngest in this topic
rip

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cawhffcawhff Grammaticul & I cawhffcawhff.
Let me fetch my grammar gun.
But Yee, Math is slightly easy. I start Algebra 1 next year!

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Hold on let me fetch my "not giving a muakas dung" gun

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When I was a kid, I wanted to be smart. So I thought to myself, what would a smart kid do? Well, Calculus was the hardest math I could think of, so I made myself a deal to get it done before I finished high school.

Finished Calc I and II in college when I was 16. That's not a humblebrag, because I'm not being humble about it. Asian street cred, yo. sunglasses

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Well, I wouldn't expect less from the programmer of the boards himself.

/s

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Also homeschool cred, am I right? stuck_out_tongue

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Guys i need help how do you demonstrate that
S=-b/a
and
P=c/a
I'm not finding it and i need this for my synthesis plz guyz

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halp.

1894 = 113 [ 1 - (1+i)^1.5 ] / i

1.5 is an exponent of (1+i)

Find "i" pls.

You want to isolate "i"?

Yes. That is my mission in life. Only then can my soul be freed.

Is the 113 divided by i?

113 [ 1 - (1+i)^1.5 ]

^ all this is divided by i

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I may actually put my mind to it and try this stuck_out_tongue

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I appreciate the effort smile