Let an be the th digit after the decimal point in 7 +2e . Evaluate can someone show me how to solve this.
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Trick question. The answer is . Think about it.
Originally Posted by dat1611 Let an be the th digit after the decimal point in 7 +2e . Evaluate can someone show me how to solve this. Should be your question like this: Let be the th digit after the decimal point in . Evaluate If so, the result would be If not, please clarify.
Last edited by mr fantastic; Sep 18th 2009 at 09:59 AM. Reason: Restored orignal reply
Yes I agree - sorry, ignore my first answer, you need to subtract the integer part from it like Luobo has done. It's still a trick question!
is not the correct answer though
Originally Posted by dat1611 Let an be the th digit after the decimal point in 7 +2e . Evaluate can someone show me how to solve this. "Let an be the th digit after the decimal point in 7 +2e" What do you mean by this? Does this make any sense? You need make your problem clear and correct so that others can help you correct. Do not let people GUESS what you mean.
Last edited by mr fantastic; Sep 18th 2009 at 09:59 AM. Reason: Restored original reply
Originally Posted by luobo "Let a_n be the th digit after the decimal point in 7 +2e" What do you mean by this? Does this make any sense? You need make your problem clear and correct so that others can help you correct. Do not let people GUESS what you mean. its supposed to be "Let be the nth digit after the decimal point in 7 +2e"
Okay, so what *is* the correct answer? looks fine to me.
Originally Posted by Matt Westwood Okay, so what *is* the correct answer? looks fine to me. what do these mean
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