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[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; ask your math question : problem of the week: http://i.imgur.com/4nPFeWn.png answer to last week's problem: S = (-3, 2, -1)

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2015-05-18 - 2017-11-20
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; ask your math question : problem of the week: http://i.imgur.com/4nPFeWn.png answer to last week's problem: S = (-3, 2, -1)
2015-12-22 - 2016-01-09
[+ntrRSCNG] welcome to #maths; ask your math question : problem of the week: http://i.imgur.com/4nPFeWn.png answer to last week's problem: S = (-3, 2, -1)
2015-11-29 (18:09:58 - 18:09:58)
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2015-05-02 - 2015-05-18
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; ask your math question : problem of the week: construct this parallelogram: http://i.imgur.com/OpJvWQl.png -- answer to last week's puzzle: Cheryl's birthday is july 16
2015-04-25 - 2015-05-02
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; ask your math question : problem of the week: http://www.sciencealert.com/images/articles/MathsProblem_768.jpg ; answer to last week's puzzle: the longest sequence is 5,11,17,23,29
2015-04-06 - 2015-04-25
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; ask your math question : problem of the week: what is the longest sequence of prime numbers such that each number differs by six from its predecessor?
2015-04-06 (04:34:00 - 16:34:06)
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; ask your math question : problem of the week: what is the longest sequence of prime numbers such that each number differs by six from its predecesor?
2015-04-04 - 2015-04-06
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; ask your math question : problem of the week: you check into a hotel that has a countably infinite number of rooms, all of which are full; how can hotel staff make room for you? the answer to last weeks problem is : distance= 909 km
2015-03-09 - 2015-04-04
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; ask your math question : problem of the week: an observer on the ground spots the International Space Station flying over. when the station is 22.5 degrees above the horizon, how far away is it? assume ISS orbit=400 km altitude, Earth radius=6371 km. answer to last week's: 1.25 degrees
2015-02-21 - 2015-03-09
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; ask your question. problem of the week: a gun fires a projectile at 2200 ft/s muzzle velocity at a target 2.0 km away, at the same altitude; neglecting wind, what angle above the horizon must you aim, to hit the target? acceleration due to gravity is 9.8 m/s^2. answer to last week's: yes
2015-02-09 - 2015-02-21
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; got a math question? ask it -- problem of the week: given three bowls of marbles, all black, all white, and mixed; each has an opaque lid labelled "black", "white", or "mixed"; someone switched the lids, now all labels are wrong. can you lift just one lid to find the correct labellings?
2015-02-09 (11:39:14 - 17:39:16)
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; do you have a math question? ask it -- problem of the week: you have three bowls of marbles, all black, all white, and mixed; each bowl has a lid that you cant see through, and a label "black", "white", and "mixed"; but someone switched the lids around, so that all the labels are wrong.
2015-01-27 - 2015-02-09
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; do you have a math question? ask it -- problem of the week: find the centre of mass (given uniform density) of a right isosceles triangle whose long side is length A
2015-01-21 - 2015-01-27
[+ntrRSCG] welcome to #maths; do you have a math question? ask it -- problem of the week: you have a tetrahedron for which two of the faces are congruent. what can you say about the other two faces?
2015-01-20 - 2015-01-21
[+ntrRSCG] do you have a math question? ask it -- problem of the day: you have a tetrahedron for which two of the faces are congruent. what can you say about the other two faces?
2015-01-19 (18:18:41 - 23:18:44)
[+ntrcG] do you have a math question? ask it -- problem of the day: you have a tetrahedron for which two of the faces are congruent. what can you say about the other two faces?
2015-01-19 (10:18:38 - 17:18:41)
[+ntr] do you have a math question? ask it -- problem of the day: you have a tetrahedron for which two of the faces are congruent. what can you say about the other two faces?
2015-01-18 - 2015-01-19
[+ntr] do you have a math question? ask it -- problem of the day: find the intersection of two circles, first circle is 4 units diameter centred at origin, second is 0.625 diameter centred at x=1.75
2015-01-18 (09:18:33 - 09:18:33)
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