I have two 2digit hexidemical numbers. Each set of 2 numbers references a certain Item. There are 64 different Items. I'm looking for a way to be able to pick any combination of the two hex numbers...

I have two 2digit hexidemical numbers. Each set of 2 numbers references a certain Item. There are 64 different Items. I'm looking for a way to be able to pick any combination of the two hex numbers...

sin(0)=(√0)/2 sin(π/6)=(√1)/2 sin(π/4)=(√2)/2 sin(π/3)=(√3)/2 sin(π/2)=(√4)/2 cos(0)=(√4)/2 cos(π/6)=(√3)/2 cos(π/4)=(√2)/2 cos(π/3)=(√1)/2 cos(π/2)=(√0)/2 Why...

What are the rigid motions for these patterns (glide reflection, reflection, translation, 180 rotation)? How do you know? dbpqdbpqdbpq bdbdbdbdbd

In other words: Pattern 1= 3 line segments (1 triangle) Pattern 2= 9 line segments (4 triangles) Pattern 3= 30 line segments (16 triangles) etc.......

It is maybe a pattern math... But I am confused

The design looks like this: Day 1: Day 2: Day 3: ...

Figure: http://imgur.com/L7O22VF I only know how to calculate the number of cubes for the specified pattern. 1+2×2+3×3+4×4+5×5

Using the pattern below determine the appropriate term number. Show or explain how you arrived at your answers. 6, 15, 24, 33, 42, ... A. 10th term B. 75 term C...

predict the next three numbers in the pattern.16,4,1,1/4,1/16

For example 65, 66, 33, 34, 17, 18, 9, 10, 5, 6, 3, 4, 2, 1 takes 13 moves to get to one.

The growth of and use of social media by customers and marketers, such as facebook, Twitter, Instragram, Vine, etc., is what type of trend? a. Economic b. Political c. Technological d...

If the pattern continues, how much will 66 tickets cost?

Which of the following is not like the others? a. 6243 b. 8291 ...

Suppose all the counting numbers are written in columns in the pattern shown below. A B C ...

The numbers in each of the three brackets follow the same rule. Find the missing number. (10, 50, 15) (37, 120, 23) ...

its 1 to 24.with only12 numbers and i need to get to the next pattern1 2 3 5 9 10 13 15 16 17 20 23

Help... I am so confused with this problem.

Say n towers. each has storage capacity from 1 to n given k electrons. i want to know how many towers will be left unfilled eg: 4 7 (n, k) 1st we will fill 1 in each. (4 done) then...

What is the next number? 8, 4, 2, 2, 6, ?

1/16, 1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, ?