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At 7 a.m., Ben and his sister left their house and cycled to school. Ben cycled at a speed of 4km/h faster than his sister. When Ben reached his school, he realised he had left his wallet at home and he immediately cycled back home to get his wallet. After cycling 400m from school, he met his sister on the way. What time did Ben meet his sister on his way back? (Source: Nanyang)2 AnswersHomework Help2 years ago
For example with 3 cuts, we can get a maximum of 8 pieces.
(Two cuts to get quarters and one cut horizontally across to get 8 pieces.)
So, what is the maximum number of pieces with 4 cuts.
Note that the pieces NEED NOT be the same size.
For the mathemtically savvy, you can provide a general solution.
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When a polynomial P(x) is divided by (x-2) and (x+3), the remainders are 4 and -26 respectively. Find the remainder when P(x) is divided by (x-2)(x+3). Please show steps, thanks.2 AnswersMathematics9 years ago
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