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    The volleyball net has the shape of a rectangle measuring 40 by 2017 cells. What is t

    The volleyball net has the shape of a rectangle measuring 40 by 2017 cells. What is the biggest number of ropes can be cut so that the grid does not fall into pieces?
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    Find net pay

    Sue Tomlin is paid a salary of ​\$440 per week plus 7​% of all sales over​ \$5000. She is single and claims two withholding allowances each one at 70.19 . Her deductions include​ FICA, Medicare, federal​ withholding, state disability​ insurance, state​ withholding, credit union...
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    Net Downward Force on Slanted Surface

    I'm quite sure this is a commonly discussed subject in physics but suppose there were a frictionless object on a tilted frictionless surface. Okay so let's specify the tilt of the surface by an angle where 0 degrees means the surface is completely level like a floor, and 90 degrees means the...
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    Producing a 3D Net from a 2D Image

    I'm trying to find the volume of the illustration, I've taken reference from the medium size of a strawberry's diameter, I've applied this scale to the remaining sides of the shape. As for the image, it's the only reference I have to work from. Ultimately I'm trying to produce a net, the image...
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    ratios: net borrowing/additional borrowing

    You've collected the following information about X, Inc.: Sustainable Growth Rate = 13.50% If it does grow at this rate, how much new borrowing will take place in the coming year, assuming a constant debt-equity ratio? New TA = 1.1350($67,000 + 91,000) = $179330 New TD = [D / (D + E)](TA)...
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    Finding NPV - net present value of a complex investment

    Net present value calculations require a lot more input than just the series of cash flows and the discount rate. An NPV is simply the sum of discounted cash flows but then there are many variables that come into play when finding net present value. At first, one would have to define the...
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    Net Present Worth Calculation (Economic Equivalence)

    Hi guys, I'm currently doing some work involving net present worth analyses, and I'm really struggling with calculations that involve interest and inflation, such as the question below. I feel that if anyone can set me on the right track, and once I've worked through the full method for doing...
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    Cumulative net gain and Stochastic Process... I'm lost!

    I need help with this problem... I read it and it seem simple but then I got lost... My textbook doesn't show any examples and I'm completely lost... could you guide me with this one so that I can do the rest of them that are very similar on my own? Thanks If the cost of the nth ticket is 1/n^2...
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    Net Change Theorem

    The numbers connected by the ___ line are above or below the integral sign or the bracket. Evaluate the integral 1 ? (d/dx)(e^arctanx)dx 0 My work: 1_______________________________1 ? (d/dx)(e^arctanx)dx=[e^arctanx] =e^(pi/4)-1 by the net change theorem, is that correct...
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    Let {xn} be a net,..

    Let {xn} be a net, x1=3, and xn+1=(xn)*2^(1/2) find the values of n, for wich xn ,xn+1 , xn+2 form a aritmetic progression.. THANK YOU..........
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    rocket net force

    Some of the following is more or less Halliday & Resnick, 4th Ed., section 9.8 (not the whole section and I added a lot): Assume motion in a stright line. Therefore, for position, velocity, acceleratiom, force, momentum, etc., d/dt|vector|=|d/dt(vector)|. This is not true in general for motion...
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    Equilibrium and Net Force

    My question is simple: ----- A 80-N crate of apples sits at rest on a horizontal bed of a parked pickup truck. What is the force "C Vector", exterted on the crate by the bed of the truck? ----- If one pictures this crate of apples which is at rest on the bed of a truck, we can find that the...
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    How To Figure Gross With a Certain Net Figure

    May 21, 2009 OK math Guru's, I'm going to give you the question and the answer, what I need from you is the easiest way to GET TO the answer. A chef is attending a big weekend food fair. He is famous for his egg dishes. He knows that he will need 496 eggs for all of the dishes he will...
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    resizing math problem - .net (c#)

    I have a label inside of a picturebox. I want to resize both so that the end result is the exact same look only bigger/smaller. When using the same percentage - I seem to go a pixel or so off sometimes - I can tell because I have text on the picturebox.image. This only seems to occur though...