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October 16th, 2019, 12:48 PM   #1
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I need problems

I need problems
- like factoring or simplifying polynomials, solving polynomial equations, or problems that are solved using polynomials;
- progressions and series, and induction related to these;
- logarithms and logarithmic equations;
- Trigonometry: proving trigonometric expressions and solving trigonometric equations;
- Inequalities: proving inequalities and solving inequalities.

Problems should be a little harder than the high school level and a little easier than the college level.

Thank you in advance.

PS. You don't need to post the questions here. Just post the name of the book with author's name or paper name.
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October 16th, 2019, 01:44 PM   #2
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October 17th, 2019, 12:54 PM   #3
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Thank you, but it is an educational book.
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Thank you, but it is an educational book.
Exaclty what are you looking for, then? A source that has nothing but solved problems?

Maybe if you could tell us what you want it for?

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Question Universal Algorithm of Everything: what is it?

Hi! My name is Maxim, I am fond of mathematics and programming, psychology, parapsychology, psionics and radionic technologies, numerology. Within 10 years, together with colleagues, we have developed a bionic system "psiOSerer8" and some other products based on the digitization of "brain waves" (microwave radio emission).

This may seem ridiculous to many, but my practice says that behind such technologies are real results, even if they are perceived as a purely psychological effect... But this is not about my developments. Over the years of practice, I learned to perceive information, a kind of seventh sense...

And here is recently on one of forums found exile on such site: Universal Algorithm of Everything.

Too lazy to go to the website describe: there is a certain Petrov Ivan laid out an algorithm that supposedly describes the distribution of matter and information in the Universe... All of the evidence and the theory of lost! I wouldn't have noticed if the code wasn't written in "universal logical language". When I tried to figure out what it is-I felt incredibly bad! The information was difficult even to read.When I suggested to look at this code to colleagues that at 5 from 6 the state of health sharply worsened. Looks like it's something interesting!! It does not allow itself to be studied. I overcame myself and turned off the perception, but I do not have enough knowledge to understand the algorithm itself at the level of the mind.

Maybe someone could help?
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