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0 times 0 is defined as zero. The multiplication of any number times zero is zero (even an infinitely large number of null sets still have no elements). Zero times zero is zero, but the inverse operation, dividing by zero, is undefined.
0+0 is always 0 0-0 is always 0 0*0 is always 0 0/0 is undetermined, and can basically be any value. 0^0 is a bit fuzzy. It's often used as 1 because it makes equations work.
The sequence represents the number of line segment ends in the previous letter. A,2,B,0,C,2,D,0,E,3,F,3,G,2,H,4,I,4,J,(2 or 3, depending on how it is written) and so on.
\nThis relates to a sport known as 'Football' where two teams of eleven men compete on a grass field for 90 minutes in order to score more goals than the other team. If one team scores a goal and the other fails to do so by the end of the game, the score would be 1-0. In the event that neither team …scores at all, then the result would be 0-0. (MORE)
The answer to this question is actually quiet simple. Consider the case of a/b. This can be re-written as r*b = a. So, for 0/0, we must find a number such that r * 0 = 0. But what is r then? The answer is 'any number' - so you might think we can just say that 0/0 = infinity. However (!), in…finity is not a number - it is a concept. (For proof of this, remember that Infinity = Infinity + 1 = Infinity + 2 - so, if infinity was a number, we could cancel by Infinity here to get 1 = 2 = 3... and so on. Since this is blatantly obvious, this proves that Infinity is not a number.) Therefore, the answer to 0/0 is... undefined - there simply isn't an answer in numbers . In concepts , the answer is infinity. (MORE)
0 refers to nothing ex. how long will it take for me to full up my hand w/ 2 lbs. of grain if all i put in my hand is 0 lbs? the awnser is indeffinite, has no boudry or deffinition, it is infinite therefore 2/0=undefined: because nothing goes into something infinite times
Yeppers. The product of any two numbers represents the number of collections of a set of objects or points or abstract elements in a set. Such as, I have 4 pairs of shoes, which is really the same as saying that I have 4 sets containing 2 shoes eachs which if multiplied represents a total count of s…hoes (2x4 = 8). If I were to say I had 0 pairs of shoes, the total number of shoes can be represented in the same fashion as before, 2 x 0 = 0, which is true being that you have no shoes. Unless you'd like to say you have a half of a pair of shoes, which can be represented as 2 x 0.5 = 1. (MORE)
0 degrees latitude and 140 degrees east longitude is a location in the western Pacific Ocean just to the north of New Guinea.
well in real life you'd run for the hills...whilst screaming your flabby buttom off!!!..... but if it's a game you're on about then soz i can't help you cz my little brother never got me the game like he said he would!!! :( XP
0 - 0 =. originally it would equal 0 in maths but the trick is o- o = glasses \0-0/ see?. Also 0-0 in baseball is 0 losses and 0 wins. Which means you didn't play a game yet.
How do you solve the following quadratic equations with the India method A. x2-2x-13 equals 0 B. 4x2-4x plus 3 equals 0 C. x2 plus 12x-64 equals 0 D. 2x2-3x-5 equals 0?
Simply by using the formula. x= -b +/- Underroot of (b2 - 4.a.c) / 2.a. 2+x-6=2x+4
0 to the power 0 is 1 because any number power zero is always equal to 1. Anything to the power of 0 equals 1.
If bd â 0, then a/b + c/d (the common denominator is bd) = (a x d)/(b x d) + (c x b)/(d x b) = ad/bd + cb/db = ad/bd + cb/bd = (ad + cb)/ bd
ax3 + bx2 + cx x(ax2 + bx + c) you get one answer as 0.
August 11, 2009. The bar over the "0" is an error. This occured when something caused a scratch or a dent in the surface of the die used to make the coin. Minor errors such as this are not usually of great interest to collectors and will affect the value of this coin very little if at all. In circu…lated condition this coin has a value of about 50 cents to $1 in higher grades. Uncirculated values range from $6 to $30 in the more common grades. (MORE)
0 0 is indeterminate ; under current mathematical theory, there's no way to tell whether it's supposed to equal 0 or 1, and a solid case can be made for each. The problem is that 0 x = 0 , while x 0 = 1 . So 0 0 itself cannot be defined as one or the other.
Consider the problem of assigning five jobs to five persons The assignment costs are given as follows Persons Jobs 1 2 3 4 5 A 8 4 2 6 1 B 0 9 5 5 4 C 3 8 9 2 6 D 4 3 1 0 3 E 9 5 8 9 5?
Technically this is discrete analysis (or mathematics) not numerical analysis, but I'll let you of. In your question I assume that you mean to say that the letters indicate the job, and the numbers after it are the costs of the job for each individual person i.e. the cost of job A is 8 for person 1,… 4 for person 2, 2 for person 3 etc. If this is the case then the most efficient job allocation would be A-5, B-1, C-4, D-3, and E-2 with costs of 1, 0, 2, 1, and 5 respectively, giving a total cost of 9. Unfortunately I cant really help with the explanation of how I did it as I just drew out a table and did it in my head, I can't remember the algorithm and can't find my notes from my discrete mathematics module anywhere. (MORE)
This is near the start of the Congo River in Africa. This location 0Â°N, 25Â°E is just south of the city of Kisangani in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Kisangani is where the Lualaba River becomes the Congo River after passing the Boyoma Falls.
0 degrees east means the position is on the Greenwich meridian and is the same as 0 degrees west; 55 degress north makes that position somewhere in the North Sea, north of the UK and west of Germany.
That point is in northeastern Ghana . It's about 22 miles west of the border with Togo, 70 miles northeast of Tamale, and 80 miles southeast of Bolgatanga.
Assuming the coin is circulated, the 1880-O Morgan dollar is a common New Orleans Mint coin. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Most coins show a lot of wear. In general retail values for low grade coins are $18.00-$21.00, better grade are $22.00-$23.00 and coi…ns showing almost no wear run from $24.00-$35.00. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelery or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer NOTE: Most ALL US coins have the motto E-PLURIBUS-UNUM and because of this, the motto is NOT used to identify any US coin. (MORE)
No. The scales come together at minus 40: -40F = -40C.\n No. The scales come together at minus 40: -40F = -40C.\n No. The scales come together at minus 40: -40F = -40C.\n No. The scales come together at minus 40: -40F = -40C.\n
This is because of the identity property of multiplication Anything mutiply by zero is zero. When you multiply a number by a different number, you take as many groups of the first number as there are of the second number. For example, multiplying 2 by 3, you are taking three groups of 2. Three… groups of two things are equal to six things; 2 times 3 = 6. If you multiply by zero, you are taking zero groups of a number. Zero groups of something is nothing (zero). . (MORE)
How do you find the midpoint of segment gf if the quadrilateral EFGH has coordinates E 2b b F 3b 2b G b 0 and H 0 0?
Each coordinate of the midpoint of a line segment is the average of the corresponding coordinates of the end points. 'x' of the midpoint = average of 'x' of the endpoints 'y' of the midpoint = average of 'y' of the endpoints For segment GF, you only need the coordinates of 'G' and 'F'. …G . . . (b, 0) F . . . (3b, 2b) 'x' of the midpoint = 1/2 (b + 3b) = 1/2 (4b) = 2b 'y' of the midpoint = 1/2 (0 + 2b) = 1/2 (2b) = b Coordinates of the midpoint . . . (2b, b) (MORE)
No.there can be electric field on the Gaussian surface even if the charge enclosed by it is zero.However ,net flux will be zero through the surface.
If the coin has a mintmark it is under the eagle and above the letters DO in dollar on the reverse of the coin. But not all US coins have mintmarks, if it has none the coin was made in Philadelphia.
It appears to be binary. Converted ASCII: h( i Converted to hex: D05040D2 Converted to decimal: 3494920402
When you multiply a number by a different number, you take as many groups of the first number as there are of the second number. For example, multiplying 2 by 3, you are taking three groups of 2. Three groups of two things are equal to six things; 2 times 3 = 6. If you multiply by zero, you are ta…king zero groups of a number. Zero groups of something is nothing (zero). So, applying this logic to the question... Zero (0, nothing) multiplied by one, is one zero (i.e. one nothing!) Zero (0, nothing) multiplied by three, is three nothings! Zero (0, nothing) multiplied by three hundred, is three hundred nothings ! etc. So, no matter how many nothings you have, you still have nothing! . (MORE)
You cannot divide any number by zero. There is a reason you were not taught "division by zero" tables in school.
Johnny LOVES apples. He has 3 apples, and wants twice that amount, meaning he wants 3 more. He goes to the market and buys 3 apples. 3 + 3 = 6, therefore 3 * 2 = 6. Now Bobby is a picky eater. He doesn't want any apples! He starts out, like Johnny, with 3, but he wants to give them away. In other …words, he wants to have those apples 0 times, which IN OTHER WORDS means he wants 3 * 0 apples, which means 0. Hope this clears it up! :) (MORE)
anything to the power of 0 is 1 except for 0. 0^0 is an indeterminate form. one way to demonstrate this is x^a/x^a = x^(a-a) which can be rewritten as 1=x^0. since e is not 0 e^0=1. this only works to numbers not infinity.
63 is a composite number. That's because a composite numbers is any positive number which is not a "prime number". This means that a composite number can be divided exactly by another number which is not 1 or the number itself. So 63 is a composite number because it can be divided exactly by 3, by 7…, by 9, and by 21. A "composite" of any kind is made up of parts, just like a composition in music has been composed by a composer. (MORE)
I have found: Sod, dog, doh (generally spelt d'oh! but oh-well) Ans.2: she, house, goose, you, god, housed, gooey, and no doubt plenty more.
The median of 00000201 is 0 The way to figure is out is: 1. put them into ascending order (lowest to highest) 2. cross off the each end number like this : 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3. keep going : 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4. if there is one number left in the middle, that's the answer, but if there's …two, you divide them: so in this case, is: 0 / 0 (MORE)
Some might suggest a point in 3-D. But the fact that it is in 3-D space does not make it a 3-D solid. A point is not a 3-D solid in the same way that a straight line in 3-D space is a linear (1-D object) and not a solid. A sphere is a possibility in the sense that it clearly has no edges or corners… and, if a face is defined as a PLANE surface, then a sphere has none. But in that case you need to include ellipsoids, torus (doughnut shapes), etc as well. Furthermore, the question says nothing about the solid being finite in extent. So paraboloids and hyperboloids would also qualify. (MORE)
Assuming that you mean that those are the (x,y) points, then solve this by using the formula for calculating slope. Chance in y / chance in x = slope so, (-5 - 0) / 0 - 0 Already you can see the problem. The denominator will equal 0, which means that it does not exist. The slope of that line do…es not exist, nor does the slope for any vertical line. On a completely separate note though, the slope of a horizontal line is 0. (MORE)
The three numbers on a bag of fertilizer indicate the percentage of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium available. So in the case of 0,0,60 fertilizer, there is 60% potassium available with no nitrogen & phosphorus.
What ordered pairs is not a solution to the inequality y equals -3X - 2 A. 1. 1 B. 0. -1 C. 0. 0 D. -1. 0?
If y = -3x - 2 then substituting x from each ordered pair gives :- A) (1,1) y = (-3*1) - 2 = -5 â B) (0,-1) y = (-3*0) - 2 = -2 â C) (0,0) y = (-3*0) - 2 = -2 â D) (-1,0) y = (-3*-1) - 2 = 1 â So the answer is ALL OF THEM are not solutions to the equation y = …-3x - 2.......BUT, you've used the word Inequality so depending whether y > -3x - 2 or y < -3x -2 clearly affects the results. (MORE)
No, if you're talking about inequalities and you get 0 and 0 there should be a greater than or equal to sign in between the two.
That point is in the sea, about 180 miles north-northwest of the city of Jayapura, on the Indonesian half of the island of New Guinea.
If A is at (5, 2) and B is at (5, 2) then they are both the same point; and if C is at (0, 2) and D is at (0, 2) then they are both the same point; and the quadrilateral is a [straight] line.
There's no city at that point, but it's only 45 miles southwest of Kampala, the capital of Uganda.
Nope .. They're the same. 1 is higher then zero, and -1 is lower then zero.
I think you mean e to the (- infinity) power. The proof would be a limit proof. The limit (as n-->infinity) of [( e n ) ] = 0 You should have some other limits in class that you have proven. Show that your limit is less than one of those given for all values of n then you have your proof. For insta…nce, if you already know that lim (as n-->infinity) of [(1/n) ] = 0 then for n = 1, 1/e 1 < 1/1 true for n = 2, 1/e 2 < 1/2 true Then assume that it is true for n = k so for n = K, 1/e K < 1/K assumed true therefore: e K > K multiply both by e e (k+1) > ke but we know ke > k+1 because e>1 SO: e (k+1) > ke > k+1 now take the reciprocal (reverses the inequalities) 1/e (k+1) < 1/ke < 1/ (k+1) by transitive prop of inequalities eliminate the middle term so that 1/e (k+1) < 1/ (k+1) this proves the case for n=K+1 and therefore will be true for all values of n since k was never a specified value. And if: 1/e (k+1) < 1/ (k+1) by one of the properties of limits, since the lim of 1/n is zero, then the lim of 1/e n is also zero when n --> infinity. (MORE)
An extremely high Nitrogen fertilizer with nothing else in it to balance it. I cannot think when I would use it.
In some countries, people say zero comma zero instead of zero point zero. In short, it means zero, with 1/10 precision.
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Hawaii Five-0 - 2010 Kai e' e - 1.15 was released on: Canada: 23 January 2011 USA: 23 January 2011 Netherlands: 25 April 2011 Hungary: 8 June 2011 Japan: 28 August 2011 Belgium: 6 October 2011 Finland: 7 July 2012
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The above coordinates are in Congo. Congo is a country on the west coast of equatorial Africa. It is west of Makoua and north of Owando, two towns in Congo.