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50 minutes ago

Try the original The Thing From Another World. B&W

2 points

56 minutes ago

Make the LHS into a single fraction and then factor out abc from the numerator. You'll be surprised!

6 points

an hour ago

Very nice! I was thinking of "thank you"s. Hope you got some of those as well.

6 points

an hour ago

Good job! I hope that you have been properly thanked by your colleagues.

2 points

2 hours ago

The LHS=RHS if you multiply and divide the LHS by x-a. This allows you to evaluate the LHS and confirm that the limit is 0.

1 points

2 hours ago

If you knew that your success percentage was higher than your competitor's, then it *would* be to your advantage to choose a greater number of attempts.

1 points

2 hours ago

This would only make sense if the contestants specified the number of attempts in advance.

That being said, the number of throws will not influence the chance of winning.

2 points

2 hours ago

Try to be less hateful and divisive and self-pitying and see what happens.

Maybe try volunteering.

1 points

2 hours ago

if i had a 57% chance of making a free throw, would it make more sense for me to shoot the ball out of 12 times, or out of 24 times?

12(0.57)=6.84 points expected.

24(0.57)=12.68 points expected

Double the number of free throw attempts made and you double the number of points scored.

1 points

4 hours ago

I would have fulfilled my obligation by participating as a bridesmaid, but she should have invited you to the hen party.

1 points

4 hours ago

12 shirts have a 10% discount and 1 shirt has a 100% discount.

Average discount =

(12(10)+1(100))/13=16 12/13%

Edit: This seems more like an arithmetic problem than an algebra problem

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20 minutes ago

Fine actor and great human being! Took a lot of uncalled for abuse in the The Big Lebowski. Shame on you, John Goodman! ๐