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    Re: Need Help With Your Homework?

    How do I describe a hypercube? I need a description that I can work into a 3-5 page essay/story.
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    Re: Need Help With Your Homework?

    "viks_fan21" wrote:
    Any Algebra 2 help would be nice.
    I can help.

    "mr.woo" wrote:
    i dont think so unless you can show me scatterplots over the internet
    Use Excel.

    I am an eletrical engineering major and 90% of what I do is math and physics. I am not a genius, but I can do algebra, trig, some calc. and physics.

    Also, I am a master with the TI calculators (I have the TI-89 Titanium) and Excel.

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    If a midget costs $100/hr. If we replace our entire team with narcoleptic midgets. How much under the saleary cap would we be?

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    Re: Need Help With Your Homework?

    "FedjeViking" wrote:
    How do I describe a hypercube? I need a description that I can work into a 3-5 page essay/story.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypercube

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    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "viks_fan21" wrote:
    Any Algebra 2 help would be nice.
    I can help.

    "mr.woo" wrote:
    i dont think so unless you can show me scatterplots over the internet
    Use Excel.

    I am an eletrical engineering major and 90% of what I do is math and physics. I am not a genius, but I can do algebra, trig, some calc. and physics.

    Also, I am a master with the TI calculators (I have the TI-89 Titanium) and Excel.
    TI Graphing Calculators single handedly got me through Algebra in high school....I was an A student all of high school, with a few B's but I got 2 Ds, my only 3 Ds in Algebra 1 & 2....I wouldn't have passed without my TI-83!

    Those are awesome calculators, definetely worth the money!

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    "Eyedea" wrote:
    Can you tell me how to do problem 9.32 in my AP Statistics book?
    Is that from the textbook The Practice of Statistics by George McCabe?? Cuz if it is, I can give you a hand with it. But my textbook's at school. So tommorow.


    BTW Ultra, I didn't know anyone knew anything about graphing calculators. If you don't mind, within the next few days I'll PM you, because there are some things that I need to learn how to do on my calulator (I think it's a TI-83 or 84) that I can't figure out. I'm sure they're not hard, I just don't know where to find the specific functions.

    Thanks PPE for the sig.

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    "pepper 0n moss" wrote:
    "FedjeViking" wrote:
    How do I describe a hypercube? I need a description that I can work into a 3-5 page essay/story.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypercube
    Describing a 4 or higher dimensional object is pretty difficult to do. But perhaps you can make an analogy to how a person in "flatland" might ponder 3-d space. Flatland is a book written in the late 1800's that is still popular in mathematics and science; it considers how an entity in n-dimensional space considers things in other dimensions.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flatland

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    "pepper 0n moss" wrote:
    "FedjeViking" wrote:
    How do I describe a hypercube? I need a description that I can work into a 3-5 page essay/story.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypercube
    Describing a 4 or higher dimensional object is pretty difficult to do. But perhaps you can make an analogy to how a person in "flatland" might ponder 3-d space. Flatland is a book written in the late 1800's that is still popular in mathematics and science; it considers how an entity in n-dimensional space considers things in other dimensions.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flatland
    Everyone talks about the difficulty or the hyper cube. What about the total salary cap of a team full of naroleptic midgets? I guarentee some nerd figured your answer but mine is unanswereed. Prophet. Please let me know.

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    "WisconsinSucks" wrote:
    "eelpout72" wrote:
    "pepper 0n moss" wrote:
    "FedjeViking" wrote:
    How do I describe a hypercube? I need a description that I can work into a 3-5 page essay/story.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypercube
    Describing a 4 or higher dimensional object is pretty difficult to do. But perhaps you can make an analogy to how a person in "flatland" might ponder 3-d space. Flatland is a book written in the late 1800's that is still popular in mathematics and science; it considers how an entity in n-dimensional space considers things in other dimensions.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flatland
    Everyone talks about the difficulty or the hyper cube. What about the total salary cap of a team full of naroleptic midgets? I guarentee some nerd figured your answer but mine is unanswereed. Prophet. Please let me know.
    it depends on whether on not the narcoleptic midget gets paid while he's asleep

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    Re: Need Help With Your Homework?

    "audioghost" wrote:
    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "viks_fan21" wrote:
    Any Algebra 2 help would be nice.
    I can help.

    "mr.woo" wrote:
    i dont think so unless you can show me scatterplots over the internet
    Use Excel.

    I am an eletrical engineering major and 90% of what I do is math and physics. I am not a genius, but I can do algebra, trig, some calc. and physics.

    Also, I am a master with the TI calculators (I have the TI-89 Titanium) and Excel.
    TI Graphing Calculators single handedly got me through Algebra in high school....I was an A student all of high school, with a few B's but I got 2 Ds, my only 3 Ds in Algebra 1 & 2....I wouldn't have passed without my TI-83!

    Those are awesome calculators, definetely worth the money!
    For college, I stongly recommend the TI 89 Titanium. New it runs $180. I got mine on eBay for $90. Buy one after the school year. They are cheap because everybody is selling them on eBay.

    I love mine. It is so much more powerful than any other. Plus, the graphics are in "Pretty Print". So, your equations look like they do in a book. And the solve function makes soliving for any unknown easy. I have downloaded a lot of programs too. You can download video games, really neat ones also!

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