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In my school days I was not good in Mathematics but there was something which always attracted me towards Mathematics as playing with numbers and doing round of questions of different exercises of workbook was fun for me and as a hobby I inclined to Math's. I never thought of teaching mathematics and making a career out of it but somethings bound to happen.
A stunt man jumps horizontally from a building to the roof of a garage that is 2 meters lower. How fast does he need to be to land on the roof of the said garage that is 3 meters away from the building?
Primes are numbers divisible only by 1 and themselves; There are infinitely many prime numbers and the first ones are 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, .... Consider a 12-sided die, with the faces numbered from 1 to 12. Out of 4 rolls, the probability that only the first three numbers are primes is:
A company that manufactures personal hygiene items purchases machinery for $220,000 that is considered to last 7 years; it is estimated that at the end of the period it will have a salvage value of $1000. Find: to. The depreciation rate. b. The book value at the end of the sixth year.
Two events E and F are ________ if the occurrence of event E in a probability experiment does not affect the probability of event F.
Find the measures of the sides of ∆KPL and classify each triangle by its sides k (-2,-6), p (-4,0), l (3,-1)
Solve the math problem 400 students are asked if they live in an apartment and have a pet: Apartment: 120 Both: 30 Pet: 90 The probability that a randomly selected student not living in an apartment has a pet is