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HCHS Math QR Quiz 1
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sum of the first 30 natural numbers
area of a 45-45 right triangle with a hypotenuse of 18
what is the sum of the infinite geometric series with first term 12 and common ratio .25
37 mod 8
sum of the roots of 2x^4 + 10x^3 + 4x - 14
product of the roots of 2x^4 + 10x^3 + 4x - 14
54, 72, ? (triple)
Matrix that is not invertible (ie determinant is zero)
sum of the first 17 odd integers
sum of the roots of 3x^3 - 8x + 12
product of the roots of 3x^3 - 8x + 12
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what is the dot product of u = 7i - 13j and v = 4i + 12j
geometric mean of 4 and 25
what is the magnitude of vector v = 6i - 3j - 2k
theorem that states that all positive integers have a unique prime factorization
inradius of an 8, 15, 17 right triangle
6!
sum of the first 24 even integers
theorem that says differentiation and integration are inverse operations
theorem that states that every polynomial has at least one complex solution
cube root of 1728
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