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From any number you start with, numbers to the right are larger than numbers to the left. -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 Starting from 2 to the left 0 is smaller than 2. From -1 -3 …is smaller. What you're looking at can be confusing. Think of it this way. If you have 5 apples and take 2 away you'll have 3 apples. 3 is smaller in "value" than 5. The same is true for negative number taking -3 from 1. This is "1-3=-2". Do you see the negative 3 in the equation? 1 combined with -3 "(1) +(-3)is the same as "1-3". That little - sign stays with the 3 no matter where it goes. Trust this fact for now, it will become useful in more advanced math. (MORE)

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An encyclopaedia is a book or set of books containing articles on a variety of topics. These topics are usually arranged alphabetically.

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An encyclopedia (also spelled encyclopaedia or encyclopædia) is a type of reference work, a compendium holding a summary of information from either all branches of knowledge …or a particular branch of knowledge. (MORE)

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A sequence can be thought of a list of numbers written in a definite order: a1, a2, a3, ..., a(n+1), an, ... The number a1 is called the first term, a2 is the second term, …and in general an is the nth term. For every positive integer n, there is a corresponding number an, and so a sequence can be defined as a function whose domain is the set of all positive integers. But, we usually write an instead of the function f(n) for the value of the function at the number n. Notation: The sequence {a1, a2, a3, ...} is also denoted by {an}. Some sequences can be defined by giving a formula for the nth term. For example: an = (n)/(n +1) the sequence is {1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, ..., (n)/(n+1), ...} this sequence can be pictured either by plotting its terms on a number line, or by plotting its graph. Since a sequence is a function whose domain is the set of positive integers, its graph consists of isolated points with coordinates (1, a1), (2, a2), (3, a3), ..., (n, an). Try to plot the graph of this sequence, and you will see that the terms of the sequence an = n/(n+1) are approaching 1 as n becomes large. In this case 1 is the limit for this sequence, and we can write: lim n -->∞ an = 1 (MORE)

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An encyclopedia is about history dates and other things you might want to look up it has certain volumes for the first letter of the thing you want to look up

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An encyclopedia (also spelled encyclopaedia or encyclopædia) is a type of reference work, a compendium holding a summary of information from either all branches of knowledge …or a particular branch of knowledge. (MORE)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4

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The question is incomplete. How does knowledge of integers on a number line WHAT when using a coordinate plane? Help? compromise? confuse? handicap? The question is incompl…ete. How does knowledge of integers on a number line WHAT when using a coordinate plane? Help? compromise? confuse? handicap? The question is incomplete. How does knowledge of integers on a number line WHAT when using a coordinate plane? Help? compromise? confuse? handicap? The question is incomplete. How does knowledge of integers on a number line WHAT when using a coordinate plane? Help? compromise? confuse? handicap? (MORE)