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Can someone write a 2 page paper on Teaching Philosophy regarding geometry . ?
The Butterfly Theorem. Suppose M is the midpoint of a chord P Q of a circle and AB and CD are two other chords that pass through M. Let AD and BC intersect P Q at X and Y , respectively. Then M is also the midpoint of XY .
1. Prove the Butterfly Theorem. 
Hint: You know a lot about angles in a circle, and about triangles, and cross ratios, and all sorts of things . . .
Using SAS (Side-angle-side postulate), find a point on a given line that is equally distant from two given points. Find the midpoint using SAS.
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Differential Geometry ( Work Shop for Test 1)
(5) Prove that a regular curve (i.e., curve with positive curvature at all points) is a helix iff the ratio of the torsion to curvature is a constant. please use Differential Geometry Form not Calculus.
Draw a schematic diagram and a context diagram for a standard blender. Identify all of the external entities and label all of the interactions.
10. Assume k is a scalar and A is a m × n matrix. Show that if kA = 0 then either k = 0 or A = 0m x n
Could you please explain (step by step) how to find the Galois group of x^3-2 over Q.
Which one of the followings is constructible by using compass and straightedge? Why
A. regular 7-gon
B. regular 37-gon
C. regular 85-gon
D. regular 97-gon
explain the following and illustrate your ansers using constructions,label your figures (i) an orthocentre of a triangle (ii) an altitude of a triangle (iii) median of a triangle (iv) centroid of a triangle
The table below contains data for a linear function:
Find a formula for the function.
This module covers Chapter 11, Section 11.1 to 11.4 and focuses on probability. One common example of probability is the daily or weekly lottery. Have you ever seen those drawings where they use ping-pong balls to select random numbers? If you calculate the chances of winning, they are pretty poor. For this week, I want you to design your own lottery and have another student assess the chances of winning. Keep it simple ... you could use dice, balls with numbers, or some other approach. Example initial post ... I would like to design a lottery where there are 3 dice in a bag. The person will pick one dice at a time and record the number. In the end, we will have a sequence of 3 numbers. What is the chance of winning my game? Example response post ... Since there are 6 sides to each dice, each selection has 6 different possible outcomes. Since we make 3 selections, the total number of outcomes is 6^3 = 6*6*6 = 216. So, our chances (or probability) of getting any single outcome is 1/216 or 1 out of 216. Another way to think of this is 1/216 = 0.004629 = 0.46% chance of winning. PLEASE TYPE- PLEASE TYPE