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## #76 2006-10-10 04:17:35

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40. there are as many stars as there are in the universe(he never said u need an exact number now did he ^.^)

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## #77 2006-10-10 04:36:50

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Wow, can you really see through planets ?

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## #78 2006-10-10 05:03:33

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what does that have to do with anything?

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## #79 2006-10-10 15:53:19

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#### espeon wrote:

40. there are as many stars as there are in the universe(he never said u need an exact number now did he ^.^)

That answer makes absolutely no sense.

## #80 2006-10-10 18:30:19

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Hairy thing....estimated average 80,000. Could be anywhere between 60,000 and 80,000. Sometimes even 0
Stars: Between 3,000 and 6,000. depending on visibilty etc.
mathsyperson is correct,  the formula is v+s=e+2,
Well done, mathsyperson!

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## #81 2006-10-11 00:26:10

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lol we are supposed to solve these in 10 seconds? x_x

## #82 2006-10-11 00:28:50

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Yes. We are masterminds, so no one can stop us expanding in wisdom and brain fluid.

## #83 2006-10-11 13:51:33

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43. What is the significance of the number 0.4343 approximately in Mathematics?

44. And what is the significance of the number 2.303 approximately?

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## #84 2006-10-11 16:35:16

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43. Multiply a natural logarithm by 0.4343 to convert it to a common logarithm

## #85 2006-10-11 18:48:22

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Excellent, Devate`.
The two numbers are important to mathematicians.

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## #87 2006-10-13 02:01:26

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45. How many Watts is a Horsepower?

46. What is the significance of the number 6.023 x 10^23?

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## #88 2006-10-13 02:14:26

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45. 745.699872 watts
46. The most common use of exponents in science (hence the first half of the name) and the most important reason to get used to using exponents. In scientific notation numbers are represented as the product of a real number with only a single digit to the left of the decimal and the number 10 raised to an appropriate value. Thus: 602300000000000000000000 = 6.023 x 100000000000000000000000 There are 23 zeros to the left of the decimal in the right-most value. Thus: 100000000000000000000000 = 10^23 and 602300000000000000000000 = 6.023 x 10^23

## #89 2006-10-13 02:17:40

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Regarding #46, I forgot to put approximately at the end of the question.
The number ought to be known both to mathematicans, and more importantly to scientists.

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## #90 2006-10-13 02:21:06

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Was #46 part-correct, though?

## #91 2006-10-13 02:23:24

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To be fair, your answer has got nothing to do with the question.

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## #92 2006-10-13 02:29:01

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Aww.

Well, I do know that in the nineteenth century physicists measured the mass of one atom of hydrogen to be about 1/(6.023x10^23) grams.

Is that relevant?

## #93 2006-10-14 01:41:11

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Oh yes, very well. 6.023x10^23 is Avogadro's Number.

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## #95 2006-10-15 16:21:26

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47. What is the remainder when 1000 is divided by 7?

48. Roughly how many seconds is a day?

49. What's the difference between a billion in US and that in UK?

50. If the third angle of an isosceles triangle is 82° , what is the measure of the equal angles?

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## #96 2006-10-15 16:58:10

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47. 6
48. 1440x60 = 86400
49. In the US, a billon has 9 zeros. In the UK, however a billion consists of 12 zeros.
50. 98/2 = 49

## #97 2006-10-15 16:59:59

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Excellent, Devante'

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## #98 2006-10-15 21:32:06

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51. Approximately how many degrees is a radian?

52. Is 768625 divisible by 11?

53. What is the slope of the line joining the points (11,7) and (21, 2)?

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## #99 2006-10-15 21:39:55

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51. 1 Radian = 57.2957795 degrees
52. Yes

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## #100 2006-10-15 22:34:53

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52. Yes, because 7-6+8-6+2-5 = 0, which is divisible by 11 and so 768625 also is.

53. (7-2)/(11-21) = -0.5

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