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bobbym
2010-06-20 03:16:30

Your welcome. I didn't make it simple, it is simple. The only reason it is, is because I have seen it before. I still get them wrong now and then but I am not surprised by the problem. Now that you have seen it you will do much better next time. I guarantee it.

lakeheadca
2010-06-20 01:40:35

you are a great help. very nice way to solve ... you made this problem amazingly simple.
Thank you,

bobbym
2010-06-19 14:46:59

Hi lakeheadca;

In the simplest way without using any math at all is the pattern cycles like this:



Draw a few more cycles of the curve yourself. You will see that 4 is the same as 0. 5 is the same as 1. 10 is the same as 2. After that you just have to line them up to see that 27 is in the same column as 3.

How did you do with the area and perimeter problem? Were you able to finish where I left you off?

lakeheadca
2010-06-19 12:15:12

Thank you Bobby,
Please can you show me how to solve it.

bobbym
2010-06-19 09:31:16

Hi lakeheadca;

I believe it is f(3)

lakeheadca
2010-06-19 08:45:43

What is f(27)

http://i47.tinypic.com/16t8as.gif


Answer:
f(0)
f(1)
f(2)
f(3)

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