Im using a period as dot product and x for cross product. I've been stuck on this problem for a long time. My main question is, if there is a vector next to a parenthesis does that imply cross or...

Im using a period as dot product and x for cross product. I've been stuck on this problem for a long time. My main question is, if there is a vector next to a parenthesis does that imply cross or...

This is a problem I've been trying to work out, I'm new to proofs, haha. Any ideas/explanations? LInk to picture: https://i.imgur.com/rw8rQPl.jpg

A) How to prove that every positive integer can be written as the sum of one or more distinct non-consecutive Fibonacci numbers, exclude F1, so that if Fn appears in the sum, then Fn+1 does not...

how do I do this proof in statements and reasoning

i need a two column proof

Exercise 2.25: P(n) is the number of regions in the plane formed by n lines in general position: n=1, p(n)=2; n=2, p(n)=4; n=3, p(n)=7; n=4, p(n)=11; n=5, p(n)=16; n=6, p(n)=22. 2.76) Finish...

Let k be an integer such that there exist integers p and q with p^2+q^2=k. Prove that for any integer z that is a perfect square, there exists integers m and n such that m^2+n^2=zk...

Can anyone help me solving this problem, Im really really lost. Thank you

given bde is congruent to bed, abe is congruent to cbe. proof abc is isosceles

Solve for m<3 in terms of m<1 Given: <1 & <2 are complementary <2 & <3 are supplementary (< means angle)

How can you prove that one positive integer is less than another? A<B

Is there any way to prove that - Every point in A intersect B is greater than or equal to 1? - The intersection of two sets has a point in common with another...

(CΔB)-A=(C-A)Δ(B-A)

Took a quiz in precal and this question completely stumped me to the point of writing it down to try and figure it out later. I know you would start with the left side but that’s as far as I have...

Given: RS=8 RS=TV RT=15 Prove: SV=15

It’s about proofs M<TUV=90, m<XWV=90, m<1=m<3

Cannot pick up the pattern in this specific topic.

Show that if n > 2 points are spread round a circle and are connected in order to form a polygon, then the interior angles of the polygon add up to (n − 2) × 180◦ Basis: let n=3 3>2...

Prove that gcf(p,q) = gcf(p+q,lcm(p,q))?

Given: Line AB is congruent to line CD Line AB is parallel to line CD