# Math Help

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I prefer to answer C....

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Originally Posted by

**Technical Ted**1,921*417=801,057

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I see it now.

4th digit has to be 1

?057

=040

3rd digit has to be 2 to get the 4

21x417=8757

??057

=300

2nd digit has to be 9 to get the 3

4th digit has to be 1

?057

__-417__=040

3rd digit has to be 2 to get the 4

21x417=8757

??057

__-8757__=300

2nd digit has to be 9 to get the 3

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Originally Posted by

**MyLittleBlackBird**I prefer to answer C....

and yes, i looked at it and thought wow, thats about as bad as my calc! good idea with the spread sheet!

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The answer is 42!! Don't you people know anything????

I probably would have taken the pass on the original equation. That'* why I'm such a success now....

I probably would have taken the pass on the original equation. That'* why I'm such a success now....

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mos is right. the answer is 42.

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i wish i woulda had you guys back in all my math classes i didnt understand...

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jeez I'll trade you math problems any day....

one from my most recent HW...

verify each given function is a solution of the equation

y''''+4y'''+3y=t where y1(t)= (t/3) and y2(t)= e^(-t) + (t/3)

dont worry though, I already turned the hw in so you dont have to solve it

one from my most recent HW...

verify each given function is a solution of the equation

y''''+4y'''+3y=t where y1(t)= (t/3) and y2(t)= e^(-t) + (t/3)

dont worry though, I already turned the hw in so you dont have to solve it

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That looks like part of a differential equation.

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Originally Posted by

**corvettecrazy**one from my most recent HW...

verify each given function is a solution of the equation

y''''+4y'''+3y=t where y1(t)= (t/3) and y2(t)= e^(-t) + (t/3)

dont worry though, I already turned the hw in so you dont have to solve it