A picture of a input and output machine in math?
if one answer is 6 and the other answer is 7, how do the output numbers from the input/output machines compare
The input means the problem and the output means the answer! [but not in math]
If you use an input output table, domain is the input.
y. and x is the input.
Count up or down
for the function machine in probelm 7 what number was the input number for the output number 101
Efficiency = Output/Input.
The rule of a function in math is what relates the input value to the output value. For example, if f(x) = x2, the "function rule" is to square the input value to get the output value.
its hard but i think you can look in a book and find out
A table in which you put in a number and out comes another number. Usually more than one groups of numbers. And almost ALWAYS follows a rule such as: Input x3=Output or Input -23= Output Input | Output 2 | 4 10 | 20 16 | 32 In this table you can see that the rule is Input x2 = Output Hope This helped!
Assuming by in you mean input and out you mean output. Input is the value that goes in while the output is the value you receive. Between these terms is a rule, called the nth term that will always work to help you find the input/output. For example. Our input is 2, and our output is 10 the rule here could be the input multiplied by 5 equals the output, or it can be something… Read More
By definition. If one input has more than one outputs then it is not a function.
The result of an input x of an equation; f(x)
An input is a number that you plug into an equation in order to get the result of another number (output).
No, I am not an output in math.
Not necessarily. All things that are subject to processes - even the human body - have inputs and outputs.
a function is just a rule which takes certain values as input values and asign to each input value exactly one output value (you must be wondering what the "F" is in input or an output value? Well, they are just a fancy name for "variables") (; <3 thanx for the questionn:D
TEEN DEFINITION: Quite simply, a function is just a rule which takes certain values as input values and a sign to each input value exactly one output value (you must be wondering what the "F" is in input or an output value? Well, they are just a fancy name for "variables").
Independent variables are the input value of a function (usually x) and dependent variables are the output value of the function (usually y).
The output is the result of the rule being used on the input. For example: Claire has 1 burger. She wants to know how many calories are in the sauce. Rule: y-200x. There are 200 calories in the sauce. The greater the number of burgers there are the greater number of calories.
I will strike back
Non negative output
Not very. Although normal scientific calculators are programmed in binary arithmetic, they are programmed so that input and output are in decimal (or hexadecimal) and not binary. So it would be hard work.
The domain of a function is a set of input values that make the function work, usually symbolized by an 'X'. The range. The range is the output values that result from using the function, usually symbolized by a 'Y'.
not that I know of, no
No, the machine tells you the change and does the math for you.
Input means uh uh uh uh uh uh...... Idk
ask a doctor u might have math cancer lol
Input actually is a maths term. However, the term "domain" may also be appropriate.
In math, this is called the "range."
If you are referring to this in terms of programming, then let's say I built a pgm that will prompt you to input an integer and my pgm will return the square of your "input" Looks like this: Enter a number and I will square it: 12 12 squared = 144 Here it is in C++ <#include iostream.h> //input-output stream STL <#include math.h> //to make sure i dont need to reinvent the wheel int input_number… Read More
Was math Charles Babbages favorite subjectAnd if it is why was math his favorite subjectIf it isn't then why did he invent the adding machine?
Yes. I think? because he make a adding machine? i think why he make the adding machine cause he want to make math easier to other people. hehehehehe!!! stupid answer!
For the most part, computers do not make mistakes. They generally output answers based on the input given. If the input is wrong, the output can be wrong. In tech terms, we call this "GIGO" -- Garbage in, garbage out. FWIW, Intel once made a CPU chip that had a floating point math error. For most calculations, it would have meant no errors. However, for very complex programs, the computer would definitely make a mistake… Read More
In math a picture perfect number is a number which is the sum of its proper divisors.
A computer is a machine that can receive, store, process and output information. The term computer doesn't only refer to a machine that sits on your desk or in your lap where you can type into and load programs. Even a calculator fits this definition since you can type in a math problem, the calculator will remember it while you are typing it, it will come up with the answer, and it will display the… Read More
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to solve math equations
in math, domain is the set of possible inputs to a function while range is the set of possible outputs.
It means something that went in before it came out
Answer: x is a common variable in math. It could also possibly refer to the x-axis on a graph, and is often used as a symbol for multiplication. "f(x) = ... " is the classic way of writing a function. For example f(x) = x+3, then f is the function, x is the input, (x+3) is the output. sine (x), cosine (x), are functions in trigonometry
Quadratic refers to a type of math function that is growing as a square of the input
It means that there is no mapping between the two sets of data or between the input and output values. The phrase is often incorrectly used when there is no linear relationship found between two variables, through regression or correlation analysis. Often there can be a non-linear relationship.
The question asks about "this picture". In those circumstances would it be too much to expect that you make sure that there is a picture?
If you draw the picture of the problem you are working on then it can help you better see what you are doing.
What is the best app to get for math answers that solve the problem for you by taking a picture for android phones?
yHomework is the best app to get for math answers that solve the problem for you by taking a picture for android phones itunes.apple.com/gb/app/yhomework-math-solver/id604715759?mt=8
Example: 3/4 + 7/5 • Input 3, press [/], and input 4 • Press the [+] key • Input 7, press [/], and input 5 • Press the [2nd] [MATH] [F5] [MORE] • Select [F1] (the convert-to-fraction function) • Press the [ENTER] key The result displayed should be 43/20. Example: (25_4/7) - 9/16 • Press [(], input 25, and press [+] • Input 4, press [/], input 7, and press [)] • Press the [-]… Read More
Graphs in math books
A Dog On A Leaches That IS Running
Adding,subtracting,division, or multiplication in a math problem. * * * * * A lot more that that! It is a procedure whereby one or more values are input into a procedure which yields one or more outputs, according to some well defined mathematical procedures. The output need not be a single value - as may be seen from the conversion of Cartesian coordinates to polar coordinates or the other way around.
There's a lot. Firstly, HTML is a markup language. It doesn't contain any logical operators or conditionals. (You can't do math, and you can't decide what to do.) It's really just a language that describes the way a browser should render the page. It's interpreted, meaning that the browser reads the text and turn the text into what you see. C, on the other hand, is a full-fledged programming languages. It does math and can… Read More
Color double facts is a math worksheet. This is a sheet that you have to find out the math problems before you can color the picture.