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i always fond of math ,TILL my matriculation to graduation math is my fvrt subject when i was in 9th class i had a teacher named as Sir Saleem this is now died but he was bestest teacher ever He teach us each and every question of every exercise of my book of mathematics and what i do is write all those questions in my register as it is and practiced a lot this build my basics and keep them strong i am highly obliged to my sir May God give him high place in jannah .. so come to story i have digested too much math in my mind that when i gave math final exams of board i was too much confident and just revise definitions included in course and did not do any question by hand because every question is remembered by heart , i just go through by my register and believe me i got 74/75 marks . this was my initiation in math field that go wide and wide in other fields of math. My interest in mathematics grew as it related to algorithms and data. I moved up into the complexity of algebra and geometry from arithmetic's simplicity because I was fascinated by their complexities. Calculus revealed the language of transformation, while number theory and abstract algebra drove me farther into abstraction. My ability to do rigorous and challenging analysis was put to the test, building a link to the very core of patterns and structures. The applications of theory were made possible by probability, statistics, and discrete mathematics, demonstrating the usefulness of mathematical techniques. I incorporated mathematical ideas into my digital self as the digital era developed, optimizing, forecasting, and innovating. My story is a never-ending quest that is inextricably linked to the beauty and logic of mathematics.
2. We want to compute the area of the region between the line y = x − 1 and the parabola y2 = 2x + 6 We have two methods to calculate this one. For both methods, start by finding the points of interception and sketching the region. (a) Method 1. Solve for y on the equation y2 = 2x + 6. You will notice that there are two solutions. Look back at the graph. These correspond to the two branches of the parabola when we consider y as a function of x. Try to decompose your area as the sum of two areas that you can write as integrals. Be careful. (b) Method 2. Think of y as the variable and of x as a function of y
Find the slope of the line through (1,1) and (x,y) for y=x^2+2 when: (Note: Ensure you carry enough significant digits in your calculation to arrive at an accurate answer.) x= 2.03 x=2+h
A company making covid tests is putting advertisements for the covid test on various websites. The company using two versions of the advertisements version A had more “information” than version B which means version had a lower focus on emotional appeal The first variable is “Version: Which version of the advertisement is placed on a webpage version A or version B” The second variable is “clicks: number of clicks” • What is a suitable graphical display for investigating the relationship between the variables • Just considering the version A test the claim the mean is different to 200
Use the simple interest formula. A student graduates from college with 44,000 in student loans with a 5.6% annual simple interest rate. In order to reduce his debt as quickly as possible, beginning next month he is going to pay $900 per month towards the loan. After his first payment, how much will he owe on the loan? Round to the nearest cent as needed.
Find the rule that connects the first number to the second number of each pair. Apply the rule to find the missing number in the third pair. (18 is to 22) (54 is to 26) (9 is to ?)