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 Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by IQvectors: 9:12pm On Apr 29 IQvectors:pls help solve this math problem....1. Damola is two years older than deji and tobi is half of damola's age.the sum of their ages is 23. How old is deji?2.When 5 is subtracted from four times a number and the remainder is divided by 3, the result becomes 7. What the number?3. Three times a certain number added to 14 is the same as when 2 times the number is subtracted from 6. What the number?4.(m/2-2/3) (m+2/3).Pls when solving try to be explanatory as possible as I want to learn how to solve these questions.Thank you.SOURCE: Comprehensive/hidden fact math. Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by mathefaro(m): 5:26pm On Apr 30 I totally forgot I was solving something Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by anthonyuncle(m): 9:33pm On Apr 30 IQvectors:pls help solve this math problem....1. Damola is two years older than deji and tobi is half of damola's age.the sum of their ages is 23. How old is deji?2.When 5 is subtracted from four times a number and the remainder is divided by 3, the result becomes 7. What the number?3. Three times a certain number added to 14 is the same as when 2 times the number is subtracted from 6. What the number?4.(m/2-2/3) (m+2/3).Pls when solving try to be explanatory as possible as I want to learn how to solve these questions.Thank you.SOURCE: Comprehensive/hidden fact math.number 1 Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by anthonyuncle(m): 9:45pm On Apr 30 IQvectors:pls help solve this math problem....1. Damola is two years older than deji and tobi is half of damola's age.the sum of their ages is 23. How old is deji?2.When 5 is subtracted from four times a number and the remainder is divided by 3, the result becomes 7. What the number?3. Three times a certain number added to 14 is the same as when 2 times the number is subtracted from 6. What the number?4.(m/2-2/3) (m+2/3).Pls when solving try to be explanatory as possible as I want to learn how to solve these questions.Thank you.SOURCE: Comprehensive/hidden fact math.number 2 Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by anthonyuncle(m): 9:55pm On Apr 30 IQvectors:pls help solve this math problem....1. Damola is two years older than deji and tobi is half of damola's age.the sum of their ages is 23. How old is deji?2.When 5 is subtracted from four times a number and the remainder is divided by 3, the result becomes 7. What the number?3. Three times a certain number added to 14 is the same as when 2 times the number is subtracted from 6. What the number?4.(m/2-2/3) (m+2/3).Pls when solving try to be explanatory as possible as I want to learn how to solve these questions.Thank you.SOURCE: Comprehensive/hidden fact math.number 3 Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by anthonyuncle(m): 10:15pm On Apr 30 IQvectors:pls help solve this math problem....1. Damola is two years older than deji and tobi is half of damola's age.the sum of their ages is 23. How old is deji?2.When 5 is subtracted from four times a number and the remainder is divided by 3, the result becomes 7. What the number?3. Three times a certain number added to 14 is the same as when 2 times the number is subtracted from 6. What the number?4.(m/2-2/3) (m+2/3).Pls when solving try to be explanatory as possible as I want to learn how to solve these questions.Thank you.SOURCE: Comprehensive/hidden fact math.number 4 Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by IQvectors: 7:23pm On May 01 Someone help me solve this 3x - y + 4=0 x - 2y+1/6 =1@anthonyuncle Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by IQvectors: 10:29pm On May 01 anthonyuncle: number 4 pls help with this to. 3x - y + 4=0 x - 2y+1/6 =1 Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by anthonyuncle(m): 12:02am On May 02 IQvectors:Someone help me solve this 3x - y + 4=0 x - 2y+1/6 =1 @anthonyuncle 1 Like Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by IQvectors: 12:17am On May 02 [quote author=anthonyuncle post=101300109][/quote] sorry! my phone's keyboard didn't allow me type the question well. check this thread out to view the question correctly https://www.nairaland.com/6533255/mathematics Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by scromatan(m): 8:39pm On May 06 Good day sirs/ma'sI'm DavidA student of Mathematics (200level) I need help!!! Two courses are giving me serious problem ��Real Analysis �� and Abstract Algebra Can anyone help, pleaseIm fed up.. Especially the "Analysis"I'll be glad if anyone can help.. Thanks in advance.. Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by mathefaro(m): 3:03pm On May 07 scromatan:Good day sirs/ma'sI'm DavidA student of Mathematics (200level) I need help!!! Two courses are giving me serious problem ��Real Analysis �� and Abstract Algebra Can anyone help, pleaseIm fed up.. Especially the "Analysis"I'll be glad if anyone can help.. Thanks in advance.. I guess the school is University of Ibadan, right? Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by OlympiadTutor(m): 11:59pm On May 07 scromatan:Good day sirs/ma'sI'm DavidA student of Mathematics (200level) I need help!!! Two courses are giving me serious problem ��Real Analysis �� and Abstract Algebra Can anyone help, pleaseIm fed up.. Especially the "Analysis"I'll be glad if anyone can help.. Thanks in advance.. The subject you mentioned are within my area of specialization (Pure Mathematics). I want you to understand that you need to understand elementary Inequalities to be able to make any reasonable progress in Real Analysis. I strongly suggest you read about triangle inequalities as well. A well grounded knowledge in Coordinate Geometry is highly recommended as well. As for Algebra. You need intellectual maturity. But this can only be gotten by dedicating time and effort towards understanding the basics of proof writing techniques and Mathematical logic. If you desire for a tutor in this area. Contact me on my WhatsApp page. My online classes are very affordable. 3 Likes Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by scromatan(m): 6:33pm On May 08 mathefaro:I guess the school is University of Ibadan, right? Yes sir �� Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by scromatan(m): 6:38pm On May 08 OlympiadTutor:The subject you mentioned are within my area of specialization (Pure Mathematics). I want you to understand that you need to understand elementary Inequalities to be able to make any reasonable progress in Real Analysis. I strongly suggest you read about triangle inequalities as well. A well grounded knowledge in Coordinate Geometry is highly recommended as well. As for Algebra. You need intellectual maturity. But this can only be gotten by dedicating time and effort towards understanding the basics of proof writing techniques and Mathematical logic. If you desire for a tutor in this area. Contact me on my WhatsApp page. My online classes are very affordable. Thanks so much sir.. I appreciate Can you please recommend textbooks for me to get Or PDFs to download.. Thanks! Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by Spartancosta(m): 6:46pm On May 09 scromatan: Thanks so much sir.. I appreciate Can you please recommend textbooks for me to get Or PDFs to download.. Thanks! let's be friends bro,0-9-0-7-3-6-9-9-3-3-4 is my WhatsApp digit 1 Like Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by osayi90: 10:38am On May 12 OlympiadTutor:The subject you mentioned are within my area of specialization (Pure Mathematics). I want you to understand that you need to understand elementary Inequalities to be able to make any reasonable progress in Real Analysis. I strongly suggest you read about triangle inequalities as well. A well grounded knowledge in Coordinate Geometry is highly recommended as well. As for Algebra. You need intellectual maturity. But this can only be gotten by dedicating time and effort towards understanding the basics of proof writing techniques and Mathematical logic. If you desire for a tutor in this area. Contact me on my WhatsApp page. My online classes are very affordable. Are you a Uniben Maths student? If so which year? Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by OlympiadTutor(m): 10:35am On May 14 osayi90:Are you a Uniben Maths student? If so which year?I'm a Uniben Maths student. Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by osayi90: 3:32am On May 15 OlympiadTutor:I'm a Uniben Maths student. First year or second year? Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by OlympiadTutor(m): 5:59am On May 15 osayi90:First year or second year?Please why are you asking. Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by OlympiadTutor(m): 6:24pm On May 17 The knowledge to solve these problems can be found here https://www.nairaland.com/6552749/equations-inequalities-full-course Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by IQvectors: 2:21am On May 18 Please can someone help me with this questions.I've been solving it all night long and still can't get the answer.1. Three observation points P, Q and R are such that Q is due east of P and R is due north of Q. IF /PQ/=5km and /PR/=10km, find /QR/.2. Q is 32km away from p on a bearing 042degrees and R is 25km from P on a bearing 132degrees. Calculate the bearing of R from Q.3. A man starts at "A" and walks 2km on a bearing of 017degrees. He then walks 3km on a bearing of 107degrees to C. What is the bearing of C from A..Pls if possible try to be explanatory when solving as i want to learn how to solve these questions too.Thankyou. Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by Umartins1(m): 5:23pm On May 18 IQvectors:Please can someone help me with this questions.I've been solving it all night long and still can't get the answer.1. Three observation points P, Q and R are such that Q is due east of P and R is due north of Q. IF /PQ/=5km and /PR/=10km, find /QR/. Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by Umartins1(m): 6:13pm On May 18 Modified Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by Umartins1(m): 6:17pm On May 18 I don't know if I am right with number 3 Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by donPhill(m): 1:58pm On May 19 Richiez:Hi everyone!I'm Richard Obinna Agbara. We diagnose and solve math problems here.This thread is the meeting point for Nairaland math gurus...I dare anyone to ask a question in mathematics without me having an answer to them, LETS START PLS help me solve these problems circled with red pen plzCC; YoungsageCalebsworld Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by Umartins1(m): 5:36pm On May 20 donPhill: PLS help me solve these problems circled with red pen plzCC; YoungsageCalebsworld Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by Umartins1(m): 5:47pm On May 20 ... Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by donPhill(m): 6:24am On May 21 Umartins1:[/quote] [quote author=Umartins1 post=101892345]... thank you sir,The 7a, how did we get the value - 1=m1m2?Good morning Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by Umartins1(m): 4:53pm On May 21 donPhill: thank you sir,The 7a, how did we get the value - 1=m1m2?Good morning That's the formula for perpendicular lines. When two lines are perpendicular, the product of their gradients is equal to - 1. However, when two lines are parallel, the gradient of line 1 is equal to the gradient of line 2.Work is preventing me from solving the rest. I'll still try in my leisure. Ọmọ, if this was to be some six years ago when I bin dey pursue admission, lol, you for don get all the answers by now Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by sundaylinus: 5:20pm On May 21 I need a help fellows, the attached image is a sample of my data to be analyse. I tried worked on weighted mean score which the score is outside right of the table, please help me check if i am on point. And what other statistical analysis could sweet this kind of data? Re: Nairaland Mathematics Clinic by donPhill(m): 8:57pm On May 21 Umartins1:That's the formula for perpendicular lines. When two lines are perpendicular, the product of their gradients is equal to - 1. However, when two lines are parallel, the gradient of line 1 is equal to the gradient of line 2.Work is preventing me from solving the rest. I'll still try in my leisure. Ọmọ, if this was to be some six years ago when I bin dey pursue admission, lol, you for don get all the answers by now Oops, I get it! Thanks for the input sir. Kikiki, I loved maths buh my foundation was not too strong, end up studying different course.Just trying to get to maths again, esp the high sch.

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