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A whole lot of letters.

posted by
FormerStudentIntern
on October 29, 2015 at 5:40 AM
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Re: let's see... it's a shot in the dark, I'm kind of rusty at this.

|2| <(y2-y1/2)-3

n< (y2-y1/2)-5 and

n> (-y2+y1)+5

n> 2y2-2y1 +6

n< -2y+2y1+5

-2y2+2y+6>-2y2+2y1-6

2y2-2y1+6<2y2-2y1-6

[y2-y1+3

m=a/b-3

m=a-3/b

[0,3]

<________ |+3_____> x

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posted by
QuailNest
on October 28, 2015 at 1:36 PM
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let's see... it's a shot in the dark, I'm kind of rusty at this.

if m=n1-n2 and m>2

m= y2-y1/x2-x1 then

(x-1) 2>(y2-y1/x2-x1)(x2-x-1/1)

2x-2 +4> y2-y1

2x+6>y2-y1

-6+2x>(y2-y1)-6

2x> (y2-y1)-6

2x/2> (y2-y1)-6/2

x> ((y2-y1)/2)-3

x>y2/2 -y1/2 -3

|2| <(y2-y1/2)-3

n< (y2-y1/2)-5 and

n> (-y2+y1)+5

posted by
QuailNest
on October 28, 2015 at 12:05 PM
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I did it dear friend, but my eyes are still crossed so I can't post my results.

I MUST be your worst pupil.....

posted by
Kabu
on October 28, 2015 at 11:36 AM
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