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Calculus
Ever wonder how scientists figure out how long it takes for the radiation from a nuclear weapon to decay? This dilemma can be solved by calculus, which helps determine the rate of decay of the radioactive material. Calculus can aid people in many everyday situations, such as deciding how much fencing is needed to encompass a designated area. Findin

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Geometry
The word geometry comes from two Greek words meaning earth and to measure. There are three types of geometry used today. The first is called non-Euclidean geometry. There are two types of non-Euclidean Geometry. One type is called Hyperbolic geometry. This specific type deals with parallel lines, planes, and regular lines. Hyperbolic geometry

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How to Do a One Tailed T-Test in Statistics
In this paper I am going to perform a one-tailed, one-sample t¬-test in
order to test the null hypothesis that the average number of ounces of
cereal per box equals sixteen. A manufacturer of a particular brand of
cereal maintains there is an average of sixteen ounces of cereal per
box. On the other hand, a consume

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Linear Programming
Linear Programming

Linear programming is the solution of a mathematical problem concerning maximum and minimum values of a first-degree (linear) algebraic expression, with variables subject to certain stated conditions (restraints). A linear program (LP) can be expressed in two basic ways, the general form and the common form.

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Math – The Order of Operations
The order of operations was developed years ago. Someone just decided on an order in which operations should be performed. It has nothing to do with magic or logic. Some one decided to adopt a way, and it has been followed through out history. It makes communication easier.
Punctuation marks are used in any language to make clear what

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Pi in Math
The first mathematician to calculate pi with reasonable accuracy was Archimedes, around 250 B.C. Using the formula: A = pi r^2 for the area of a circle, he approximated pi by considering regular polygons with many sides inscribed in and circumscribed around a circle. Archimedes showed that pi is between 3 1/7 and 3 10/71. When Newton and Leibnit

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Prescription stats
Originating drug companies invent medications and give each drug 2 names, the brand name and the generic name. The brand name is simply what the manufacturer calls the product and the generic name represents the chemical compound of the drug. It takes many years, at least 20, before a drug can be manufactured as a generic; this is due to the paten

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Who is Kepler?
The topic that has been chosen for the Math Research Project is who is Kepler and what are the Laws he developed? To determine this Problem it has to be decided who is Kepler and what were his laws and why they were so important.
Johannes Kepler was born in Weil der Stadt in Swabia, in southwest Germany. His caring grandfather, Sebald Kep

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