Any of the other questions each of you other members have? You can ask them right in this thread here, & I will see if I can answer them, & some other question I probably that cannot answer. -
See what other questions you might bring here & I will take a look at them okay?
As long as we’re having fun with math, and I’m evil, and you haven’t graded my homework challenge from four years ago yet, I‘m just going to continue with Element’s math theme.
1, 2, 6, 12, 60, 420, 840, 2520…. What’s the next number in this sequence that is not equal to any of the numbers already in this sequence?
What is the lowest number that has a positive integer for its square root, its cube root and its fourth root?
What unit of length was intended to be ¹⁄â‚‡â‚‡â‚‡â‚†â‚€â‚€â‚€â‚€ of Earth’s circumference?
Which building in Kentucky was designed and constructed using the unit for the above answer?
In a measurement system, five of the units of length are 6.425593 mm, 3.855356 dm, 2.313213 dam, 1.387928 km and 83.275683 km. There are no intermediate units between the ones listed, but this measurement system has smaller and larger units of length that follow the sequence of the ones listed. What are the base units of time and what is the defining constant?
Have fun.
This post was edited by Livvie at March 5, 2023 7:17 PM MST