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 How to Explain Exponents?

Answer The four basic operations in math are addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Once you have these mastered, you can move on to more complicated functions such as exponents. Use of expon... Read More »
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Explain the various techniqs for animation in multimedia also explain how a multimedia packeg to be desined foe awarenss use for internet?

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Explain the relationship between private problems public issues and social policy and explain why policy formation was necessaryin the social policy and care provision?

A public issue for example is a child who is being abused, this a a private problem for the child and the family. It becomes a public issue when media gets a hold of it, and broadcasts it. The abus... Read More »
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When were exponents first used?

While the Egyptian Ahmes Papyrus (2000-1800 B.C.) is the oldest known mathematical computation document that uses a type of math that could be translated into exponents; two Indian Beez Ganit vedas... Read More »
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How to Add Like Terms With Exponents?

In mathematics, like terms refer to the constants and variables in an equation raised to the same power. These terms, or coefficients, do not need to be the same to be like terms; like terms are de... Read More »
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