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Using Euclid's Propositions I.1-I.17, solve the following questions:

(a) One of the angles of triangle ABC is obtuse. Prove that the other two are acute.

(b) Prove that the angles at the base of an isoscles triangle are acute

(c) Prove that every triangle has at least one altitude that is interior to it.

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Using Euclid's Propositions (book 1, 1-3), solve the
following:
A) Construct a line segment whose length is double that of a
given line segment.
B) At a given point P, construct a line segment whose length is
double that of a given line segment AB.
C) Construct a line segment whose length is the sum of the
lengths of two given line segments AB and CD.
D) At a given point P, construct a line segment whose length
equals the...

Can you prove the following assertions using only Euclid's
postulates and common notions? Explain your answer.
(a) Every line has at least two points lying on it
(b) For every line there is at least one point that does not lie
on the line
(c) For every pair of points A not equal to B, there is only one
line that passes through A and B.

8.4 Which of the following is not true?
Choose the correct answer.
A. We verify an identity by trying to transform one side of the
identity into the exact trigonometric expression that appears on
the opposite side.
B. If one side of an identity includes a trigonometric
expression involving the sum or difference of sine and cosine or
the product of sines and/or cosines, then to verify the identity
always start by transforming the other side of the identity.
C....

Formulate the following sentences as propositions of
Propositional Logic. To do so, (1) identify appropriate elementary
propositions, (2) denote these with letters, and (3) use
appropriate connectives to form the propositions.
(a) "Pele is a Brazilian soccer player.”
(b) “Jay and Kay are Sophomores.”
(c) “Keep trying, and you will succeed.”
(d) “Jay is a not a Freshman basketball player.”
(e) “Jay and Kay are married, but not to each other.”
(f) “It is raining or sleeting.”
(g) “I will...

Please solve the following questions related to Chapter 4:
Introduction to Probability.
1. Simon is a general contractor and has submitted two bids for
two projects (A and B). The probability of getting project A is
0.54. The probability of getting project B is 0.58. The probability
of getting at least one of the projects is 0.87.
a. What is the probability
that she will get both projects?
b. Are the events of getting
the two projects mutually exclusive? Explain,...

Question 1 - Solve the following questions: 1.1 - Prove by the
Principle of Mathematical Induction that 1 × 1! + 2 × 2! + 3 × 3! +
... + n × n! = (n + 1)! – 1 for all natural numbers n.
1.2 - a) How many license plates can be made using either four
digits followed by five uppercase English letters or six uppercase
English letters followed by three digits?
b) Seven women and nine men...

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Using linear programming techniques,solve the following
problems.
3. Dr. Lori Pesciotta, a research scientist, is experimenting
with two forms of a special compound,H-Turebab. She needs at least
180 units of one form of the compound (α) and at least 240 units of
the second form of the compound (β). Two mixtures are used: X and
Y. Every unit of X contains two units of α and three units of β,
while each unit of Y has the opposite...

Question 17
Pricing for one-time-only special orders is, typically
Question 17 options:
1-higher in variable costs than usual.
2-a long-run decision.
3-a short-run decision.
4-a pricing decision using the time horizon.
5-based on fixed costs alone.
Question 19 (1 point)
For long-run pricing decisions, using stable prices has the
advantage of
Question 19 options:
1-
reducing competition.
2-
reducing the need to change cost structures frequently.
3-
increasing margins.
4-
helping build buyer-seller relationships.
5-
minimizing the need to monitor...

For this set of questions, you will only have ONE SUBMISSION.
You will need to draw the Lewis structures if they are not
given.
Which molecule contains the longer C O bond?
CO2CO
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My Notes
Question Part
ONE SUBMISSION. Which molecule contains the shorter O O
bond?
H2O2 (one H on each
O)O3
3.–/0.6 points0/1
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My NotesONE SUBMISSION. Which molecule contains the stronger C C
bond?
C2H4 (two...

1. Solve the following
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with 2 1s? (inclusive or)
(b) Every student in a discrete math class is either a computer
science or a mathematics major or is a joint major in these two
subjects. How many students are in the class if there are 30
computer science majors (including joint majors), 20 math majors
(including joint majors) and...

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