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"MikhailTal" wrote:

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How do I correlate the dimensional equatorial vertices of a dodecahydrophoric cubeangle?
Yeah what grade are you in..?
4th
Then how are you thirteen?

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"mon135" wrote:

"MikhailTal" wrote:

"-Memories" wrote:

"MikhailTal" wrote:

How do I correlate the dimensional equatorial vertices of a dodecahydrophoric cubeangle?
Yeah what grade are you in..?
4th
Then how are you thirteen?
I enrolled late because my massive intellect took time to develop and I couldn't function properly until now.


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"MikhailTal" wrote:

"mon135" wrote:

"MikhailTal" wrote:

"-Memories" wrote:

"MikhailTal" wrote:

How do I correlate the dimensional equatorial vertices of a dodecahydrophoric cubeangle?
Yeah what grade are you in..?
4th
Then how are you thirteen?
I enrolled late because my massive intellect took time to develop and I couldn't function properly until now.
A plausible excuse. *pushes glasses in place* It will not cut it, though.

"Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass.  It's learning how to dance in the rain."


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"MikhailTal" wrote:

How do I correlate the dimensional equatorial vertices of a dodecahydrophoric cubeangle?
i dunno why but this actually made me laugh pretty hard.  my old geometry teacher had a chart with a bunch of the polyhedrons and we would just ask her questions about them instead of whatever the actual geometry was. 


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"Jack Mack" wrote:

"MikhailTal" wrote:

How do I correlate the dimensional equatorial vertices of a dodecahydrophoric cubeangle?
i dunno why but this actually made me laugh pretty hard.  my old geometry teacher had a chart with a bunch of the polyhedrons and we would just ask her questions about them instead of whatever the actual geometry was. 
What the heck?

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"mon135" wrote:

"Jack Mack" wrote:

"MikhailTal" wrote:

How do I correlate the dimensional equatorial vertices of a dodecahydrophoric cubeangle?
i dunno why but this actually made me laugh pretty hard.  my old geometry teacher had a chart with a bunch of the polyhedrons and we would just ask her questions about them instead of whatever the actual geometry was. 
What the heck?
fine, if Given f(x) = e(^x2 - x) find the the intervals of increase and decrease of f, the values of x for which f has a local extremum, and the intervals of concavity and inflection points.  thanks


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"Jack Mack" wrote:

"mon135" wrote:

"Jack Mack" wrote:

"MikhailTal" wrote:

How do I correlate the dimensional equatorial vertices of a dodecahydrophoric cubeangle?
i dunno why but this actually made me laugh pretty hard.  my old geometry teacher had a chart with a bunch of the polyhedrons and we would just ask her questions about them instead of whatever the actual geometry was. 
What the heck?
fine, if Given f(x) = e(^x2 - x) find the the intervals of increase and decrease of f, the values of x for which f has a local extremum, and the intervals of concavity and inflection points.  thanks
*clap* Bravo, bravo!  Nice job done!

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no what I said was a question. I thought you were supposed to help us out here 


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