Topic for Maths

333.4 (rounded)

the closest i got to is 11.4


dont know how to do the last one-

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u can try doing this again, the other 2 are right, but last one can be simplified

is it 333?

nope, 333 times 333 times 333 probs doesn’t equal 1000

huh. i guess dont really get it with the fractions… :sob:

Oh that’s fine, that’s the part where DoesNotCompute mentioned it:

so the number you see as the denominator (or the last number you see in the fraction) which is in this case 3, means you need the number that you multiply it by itself 3 times which gives you the number required , in this case 125

when you see this: a1/3, it also means: 3a
in this case, a = x * x * x (or x3)

but when you see it this way: √a or this way 2√a or even this way a1/2
it would be, a = x * x (or x2)

so to apply this example 3√125 we should find a number when is cubed gives 125
so let’s try some numbers
3 * 3 * 3 = 9 * 3 = 27
4 * 4 * 4 = 16 * 4 = 64
5 * 5 * 5 = 25 * 5 = 125

so 53 equals to 125

and 3√125 or 1251/3 equals to 5

Oh, okay. so it would be 10 right?

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Yess! (20 chars are happy too)

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I guess I wait for DNC’s answer.

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We have been taking functions and system of equations recently, what have y’all been taking?

Some expressions such as 0/0 represent multiple numbers.

median, mode, mean, range

we already learned this but whatever-


We were taking the pythagorean theorem, and that was our project :stuck_out_tongue:




did u know that the divide sign and the % sign means 0/0 as a fraction

I knew the devide sign one but thats cool with the percentage thingy.

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as percentages are just fractions turnt into numbers

like 10/100 = 10%

wow, i like this, never noticed it, but it’s quite interesting (talking abt the %)

Knew that one. gets semi-important later on in math.