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# Livvie, I have a note that I will like You to look at, can You look at it soon?

"You said to have fun on doing the math, but I looked through each as like it would be chaotic/almost tedious & really complicated (at first)"
I would keep trying/looking through to do the math if You really want me to,
I don't know if I can really figure through the math if other ones/members could not do the math,
Even the other members from other answer sites I posted about math to even state that might still be impossible to actually define,
I just gave a large page with a lot of simpler(more basic) of math problems for Martina to do next-as get to that one later,
I probably really great at drawing if not very good at math-I may do many more drawings soon-after I finish doing/making other things for here,
I showed couple math problems I did, & said to do all 5 with correct answers-seems really overwhelming & really piled-
I may continue with the answers that I get from other webpages & (other answer sites) & input just that answer & continue all the rest of them just like that & show what certain answers I just get to on all the rest of them.
"May just (keep) trying  in one more round for now!"

Posted - March 9

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• I saw her her mathematics challenges. If you ask Livvie for challenge questions or trivia questions, they won't be easy. That's how she plays. The first two questions are questions that I remember from school.

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?

Search online.  What is the lowest number that has a positive integer for its square root, its cube root and its fourth root?

1

1 ⋅ 1 = 1
1 ⋅ 1 ⋅ 1 = 1
1 ⋅ 1 ⋅ 1 ⋅ 1 = 1
The square root of 1 is 1.
The cube root of 1 is 1.
The fourth root of 1 is 1.
The infinite root of 1 is 1.

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?

I would first convert these distances into metres. That is always what Sr. Parker, who was my high school math teacher, always said to do first. Always convert different units that measure the same thing into same units.

6,425593 mm = 0,006425593 m
3,855356 dm = 0,3855356 m
2,313213 dam = 23,13213 m
1,387928 km = 1387,928 m
83,275683 km = 83275,683 m

I would then calculate the pattern. Do the numbers decrease or increase in a sequence?

83275,683 : 1387,928 = 60,000002161495408984
1387,928 : 23,13213 = 60,000008645982881818
23,13213 : 0,385536 = 59,99992218625498008
0,385536 : 0,006425593 = 60,000065363617023363

They decrease or increase in powers of 60. Let's increase them in powers of 60.

83275,683 ⋅ 60 = 4996540,98
83275,683 ⋅ 60² = 299792458,8

Stop here. Do you see a number that you recognize from your science classes in high school? I do. 299792458 m = 1 light-second
299792458 m ⋅ 60 = 1 light-minute
299792458 m ⋅ 60² = 1 light-hour

The base units of time are s, min and h. The defining constant is c, which is the speed of light.

These are high school math and science exercises. Could no one in a math and science forum tell you how to do them?

Which unit of length is approximately ¹⁄₇₇₇₆₀₀₀₀ of Earth’s polar circumference?

Which building in Kentucky was designed and constructed using the unit for the above answer?

I don't know. You're on your own with these two questions. I won't try Livvie's music trivia question tonight either.

¹⁄₇₇₇₆₀₀₀₀ of Earth’s polar circumference is 0,5145 m. I don't recognize the unit of length.

I won't do your worksheets. These questions were exhausting. This was enough homework from high school for me.

This post was edited by sirena Martina at March 10, 2023 9:48 PM MST
March 9, 2023 8:53 PM MST

• I got the answer from the first math question-got from a google webpage, & I put the answer for (Earth's Circle) as "Rod".-is this right answer or no? I probably got that from Quora.
Do you think you can just search the other website pages from Google to search answers for the other rest of Livvie's math?

March 10, 2023 1:26 PM MST

• You're sure it would be just '1' for the square cube & the forth root?
March 10, 2023 1:29 PM MST

• For what building in Kentucky, I don't think I can do this one for now - will I be using one of number from the other questions that's over this question to put as an answer to this (Kentucky) question? I would not be sure at all!
You probably really got hands full from Livvie's math, when I really do need You on doing Livvie's math.
Look for anyone else in here who is really good at math too? This post was edited by DannyPetti at March 10, 2023 1:42 PM MST
March 10, 2023 1:34 PM MST

• Are these the answer for the last one:
"299792458 m = 1 light-second
299792458 m ⋅ 60 = 1 light-minute
299792458 m ⋅ 60² = 1 light-hour

The base units of time are s, min and h"
Where You would get the answer 'C' from for the 'defining constant'?
March 10, 2023 1:39 PM MST

• (Exhausting)-about the same to me too-as from the other math thread I typed there.
I would like Livvie to do my math problems, then Livvie said she will do mine only if/after I do all of her 5 math problems-& that it have to be all correct answers on all the 5 math problems, but I don't think I can do it.
The one question again for doing the math problems-would you rather like a lot of easy math rather then just one or few hard math?
March 10, 2023 7:10 AM MST

• Use the message feature if you want to speak to a specific individual. You are not in a chat room.  There may be one of those here, I'm not sure.
March 10, 2023 2:17 PM MST