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 How to Find the Constant of a Variation?

Answer The constant of variation (also called the constant of a variation) is a number that relates to how the value of one mathematical variable (often called the "dependent variable") changes as another... Read More »
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How to Find Lattice Constant?

A lattice constant describes the spacing between adjacent unit cells in a crystal structure. The unit cells or building blocks of the crystal are three dimensional and have three linear constants t... Read More »
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How to Find a Constant & Zeros in a Parabola?

A parabola is a mathematical function of the form y = ax^2 + bx + c. It is also one of the conic sections studied by the ancient Greeks. A conic section is the shape that results when a cone is s... Read More »
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How to Find Factors of a Constant Term?

The word "constant" is an algebraic term referring to a number that doesn't have any variables, such as "x" or "y," attached to it. (See Reference 1) For example, "-7" is a constant, but "-7x" is n... Read More »
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Parents: when did you get your first "I HATE YOU!" or some variation of it?

My 2yo says he doesn't like it anymore or he doesn't like me anymore and then he proceeds to go and sulk in someones bed (whom ever's isn't made). My 5yo said it about a year ago and that broke my ... Read More »
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