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No need for calculus to cover the topics on Khan Academy. But, if you wish to study probability and statistics at the college level you will have to be familiar with multivariable calculus and line...

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Let the number be n. n*5 +8 3 = (5n+5)/5 = n+1 n = 1 +83 can be combined to +5

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There are multiple techniques, for example, solving by factoring, by quadratic equation etc. Have a look here: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra/quadratics

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If you sketch the prism, then it will be easier to see how the cubes can be stacked inside. On the 2.5 cm * 2 cm bases you can stack 5 * 4 (20) cubes. Since the prism is 1cm of height, you can have...

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Let load of truck be m (in kg). Let speed of unloading of Shaun be x (kg/hour) Then speed of unloading of Jack is 2x. m/(2x+x) = 5 (hours) => m = 15x (kg) If working alone: Shaun = 15x/x = 15 (hour...

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https://www.khanacademy.org/math/differentialcalculus/dcchain/modal/v/exponentialfunctionsdifferentiationintro

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Take the small triangle where the pi/2beta has been marked. The remaining angle (that is not the right angle) = pi (pi/2beta + pi /2) = beta Now tan(beta) = s / t and s / t = tan(0.697) < given>...

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Whilst I am not able to give you the exact breakdown I can share with you the path I followed. I studied economics at grad level, so I did learn many of the calculus topics. But when I started to l...

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We first look for a critical point, i.e. where the first derivative is zero. But this could be a minimum, maximum or neither. To find which one it is, we can check the sign of the first derivative,...

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