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    I need help designing a house in excel using co-ordinates.

    Using Excel, produce your own design of the 2D image of a building (front or side elevation) which has one of its vertices at the point with coordinates (6,3). Rotate your image about the point (6,3) in an anticlockwise direction through an angle of 55o.Then reflect the rotated image in the...
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    Emergency Food Revealing: Mountain House Freeze Dried

    Now a day’s natural food stuff is extremely well-known in on-line market. You should buy on-line Freeze Dried Emergency Foods from our on the net shop. We've been delivered fresh organic and natural meals in pretty inexpensive rates. An excellent orange juice each morning stops constipation...
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    Guidance to solve House Prices Data Set Statistical Analysis Problem

    Dear All.. Thankyou for reading my thread and experts please pardon me if this question seems too silly or an outlier or too lengthy to answer ..but your valuable time is highly appreciated as it would guide me to solve my problem domain (a) and (b). Attached is description of data set: A real...
  4. vaironxxrd

    Dimensions of a house

    How can I find the Dimensions of this house? Step by step if possible. Uploaded with
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    Time to analyze Sally and John painting a house

    If Sally can paint a house in 4 hours, and John can paint the same house in 6 hour, how long will it take for both of them to paint the house together? The answer is 2 hours and 24 minutes. How would one do the math to figure this out?
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    House Mortgage with Rate

    If you have a 30-year mortgage at 6.48% on a house, after 10 yrs of payments you will still owe about $170,000. This problem is confusing. I'm not able to understand what its asking. How would you solve it? Please show work so I can see how the answer is found.
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    A farmer and a house

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    Probability House vs. Player

    Consider the following game: You pay $1 to play the game. You toss a fair coin until a tail is tossed. The payoff is $1 for each consecutive head that you toss. (example: If you toss HHHT, you win $3. If you toss T, you win nothing). Does this game favor the house of the player? Justify answer...
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    conjugates of algebraic numbers

    hello, i am having a problem with the following question: Let $\alpha \in \mathbb{C}$ be an algebraic number of degree $d$ and denote by $\alpha^{(1)}, \ldots, \alpha^{(d)}$ the conjugates of $\alpha$. a. Let $m = den(\alpha)$, ie the smallest positive integer $m \in \mathbb{Z}$ such that...
  10. Twig

    How many 5-card hands make full house

    Hi I have the feeling I am wrong somewhere, I try to calculate the number of 5-card hands that make full house. 13\cdot \binom{4}{3}\cdot 12 \cdot \binom{4}{2} thanks
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    Is there a teacher in the house?

    If so if u have time can u check my work i think i got most of these problems right just wanted to check ur help will help me have a better life in the future 2. Simplify and combine like terms: (1/4)(3x - 2) - (5/4)(2x - 6) (1/4)-(5/4)=(4/4)=1 (3x – 2)- -2x +6= 5x -8 3. Solve for x...
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    the House Problem

    Consider this series: 1, 2, 3,..., N-1, N, N+1,..., M. Given 1 + 2 + 3 + ... + (N-1) = (N+1) + (N+2) +...+ M. Find N. (hint: N is a 4 digits number)
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    Poker full house problem

    In poker a Full House is a hand consisting of 3 cards of one kind and 2 cards of another kind. For example, 'eights and fives' is a hand consisting of 3 eights and 2 fives. hat is the probability of being dealt a full house from a standard deck of 52 cards if the dealing is done fairly?
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    Joe Needs A House

    Joe wants to buy a house but does not want to get a loan. The average price of the dream house is $500,000 and its price is growing at 5 percent per year. How much should Joe invest in a project at the end of each year for the next 5 years in order to accumulate enough money to buy his dream...
  15. Bartimaeus

    House Points

    A math teacher, Mr. Stan, has his class do mental arithmetic every lesson. He gets each student to choose a set of consecutive numbers, none of which end in zero. The student is to add these numbers and divide the total by the last digit of each number. For each whole number answer, the student...