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beetro beetro 56-60 20 Answers Jul 9, 2012

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The answer is the answer to dividing 30 by 1/2 and adding 10 to it.

In any case, 70.

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Not that tricky. Just have to remember that you said divide, not multiply. If you multiply 30 by 1/2 and add 10, it's 25. But if you follow your instructions, it's 70.

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30/0.5 = 60+10 = 70

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absolutely

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70

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Dude here's how I got it half of 30 is 15 unless you are doing something entirely different with the fraction and then you add 10 to 15 and get 25.

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sorry dude....wrong

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then I want to know how you get the answer coz I suck at math.

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and no this does not warrant the answer obviously.

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30/0.5 = 60+10 = 70

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why do you convert it though? Why don't you just go 30*1 divided by 2+10?

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half of 1=0.5...
also i didn't say 30 divide in half....i said 30 divide by half

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ooh gotcha thanks :)

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The answer is way over my head. I don't have a clue honestly. lol

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fair enough

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I'm slow at math. I've just learned to joke about it.

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yep ..slow but sure. i suppose..lol

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Damn solar powered calculator :(....never works in down here in the cellar

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70

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70

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70

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How is this tricky? I divide with percentages all day.

Summarize for me, the index is (i=1) (the part below ∑) and the upper boud (the part above ∑) is infinite: (1/i^2). In other words: you start with (1/1^2) then add (1/2^2) then add (1/3^2) etc. and those sums go on infinitely. What's the answer?

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professor...i need an answer.if u havn't got it.then u r pretty
useless to every one here

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lim (i=1 to infinity ∑(1/i^2)) = 2

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Ok your answer is 25. Devide 30 by 1 = 30; 30/2 = 15; add 10 and you get 25.

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Madres, are you using a calculator?

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who is David 30 ?

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glad u got ur avatar back

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it's over 9000!

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yep

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Huge powerlevels are generated by such mathematic equations

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is this home work?

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absolutely

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