Aussie: Please help! Simple Math Problem!? two commuter trains carry passengers between two cities, one travelling east, and the other west, on different tracks. Their respective stations are 150 miles apart. both trains leave at the same time, one travelling at an average speed of 55 miles per hour and the other at an average speed of 65 miles … [Read more...] about Please help! Simple Math Problem!?

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## Geometry???

Ribbon H: Geometry??? Geometry Test tomorrow? I have a geometry test tomorrow and I always have problems studying for tests ad especially math. Does anybody have any suggestions? I want to get a 100. I have to prove to my dad that I can get a 100 in math Just simple stuff. Angle bisectors, circles, polygons, clock problems. That's what i really … [Read more...] about Geometry???

## What happens if you fail the geometry regents?

becs: What happens if you fail the geometry regents? I passed the class. I took the regents today but I think there's a slight chance that I failed. Would I just need to take the next geometry regents that's administered, or would I have to go to summer school or something? Answers and Views: Answer by heyy =]If you fail the Geometry … [Read more...] about What happens if you fail the geometry regents?

## help me answer this hard problem?

Dayna: help me answer this hard problem? This is the problem: There are 2 trains, Train A and Train B.Train A is going to go west at 60 mph.Train B is going to go east at 50 mph.They are 100 miles apart.Both trains will leave at 9:00.What time will the trains meet? Answers and Views: Answer by RogerAssuming that Train A starts east of Train B … [Read more...] about help me answer this hard problem?

## How are planes different from lines in 3D geometry?

Sunil Kr: How are planes different from lines in 3D geometry? I am in class XII facing 3D geometry for the first time.I am really confused about planes as their equations are similar to that of lines in 2D geometry. Answers and Views: Answer by JeffPlanes, unlike lines, are two-dimensional. Lines are one-dimensional. Although the equation … [Read more...] about How are planes different from lines in 3D geometry?

## How would you define geometry in your own words?

Isabella Pelligrino: How would you define geometry in your own words? I have to write a paper for my Geometry class and in it I need to define Geometry in my own words... Here is the books definition: Geometry: The branch of mathematics that deals with the deduction of the properties, measurements, and relationships of points, lines, angles, and … [Read more...] about How would you define geometry in your own words?

## Can i become a actuary with a Maths and Computer Science degree at a top UK university?

Tommy: Can i become a actuary with a Maths and Computer Science degree at a top UK university? I am planning to study a Maths and Computer Science degree at a top UK uni (imperial, UCL, Bristol etc.) Can this degree get me a job as an actuary? Is computer science a helpful "asset" to become a actuary? Also what other exams do i need to take after … [Read more...] about Can i become a actuary with a Maths and Computer Science degree at a top UK university?