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###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Biochemistry

### In the reaction B plus KL plus H if an additional B is added the result will be what?

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###### Asked in Algebra, Computer Science, Abstract Algebra

### Prove A plus Ab equals A using boolean algebra theorem?

A+A*b does not mean A plus Ab
the operation signified by "+" is called "or"
the operation signified by "*" is called "and"
there are four possible outcomes of a+a*b
if a=1 and b=1 the result is 1
if a=1 and b=0 the result is 1
if a=0 and b=1 the result is 0
if a=0 and b=0 the result is 0
a+a*b is 1 if a is 1 and a+a*b is 0 if a is 0 regardless of the
value of b
thus a+a*b=a
Q.E.D.

###### Asked in Java Programming

### How can you write an aligorithm for performing arithmetic operations in java?

I would normally use the word "algorithm" for solving more
complicated problems. To do arithmetic operations, you just write
the operation in the normal way, for example:
result = 1 + 2; //You can use constants...
result = a + b; //or variables
result = a - b;
result = a * b; //Use the asterisk for multiplication
result = a / b; //This is how you specify division
result = a + b * c; //You can combine various operations in one
line. Multiplication is done first, in this case.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, C Programming, Algebra

### How do you calculate a sum in c?

For example:
c = a + b;
(This calculates the sum of a + b, and assigns the result to
variable c.)
If you repeatedly want to add something to an accumulated
sum:
b = b + a;
or better:
b += a;
For example:
c = a + b;
(This calculates the sum of a + b, and assigns the result to
variable c.)
If you repeatedly want to add something to an accumulated
sum:
b = b + a;
or better:
b += a;
For example:
c = a + b;
(This calculates the sum of a + b, and assigns the result to
variable c.)
If you repeatedly want to add something to an accumulated
sum:
b = b + a;
or better:
b += a;
For example:
c = a + b;
(This calculates the sum of a + b, and assigns the result to
variable c.)
If you repeatedly want to add something to an accumulated
sum:
b = b + a;
or better:
b += a;

###### Asked in Computer Programming, Operating Systems

### What are the five basic computer operations?

They are + , - , * , / , % (Modulo->It evaluates the
remainder of a division.)
NOTE: The % operator is modulo only in the C-based languages. In
the VB languages, it is Mod
ex:
a = 5
b = 2
c = a + b (result is 7)
c = a - b (result is 3)
c = a * b (result is 10)
c = a / b (result depends on language... either 2 (only the
whole number part) or 2.5)
c = a % b (result is 1)
(the above might look like c = a mod b)
Hope this will help you.

###### Asked in Geometry

### What area of triangle?

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra

### What does the word associative property?

In mathematics, the associative property for a set S and a
binary operation ~ implies that for all element a,
b and c of S,
(a ~ b) ~ c = a ~ (b ~ c) and so either can be written as a ~ b ~
c
In other words, the order in which the binary operations are
carried out does not affect the result.
Addition and multiplication of numbers are associative, subtraction
and division are not.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Calculus

### What is mathimatical domain range?

Take a map S from set A to set B, denote S: A ---> B
We call A to be our domain, B our codomain.
We call, with an small abuse of notation, S(A) our range, that
is the set of all maps of elements of A. Or, we call set C the
range of S if C = {c | c = S(a) for all a from A}
Remark, C is a subset of B.
Just for further knowledge, if for all a in A, S(a) is
different, or S(a) != S(b) => a != b for all a, b from A (S(a)
and S(b) from B), then we say S is one-to-one. It can happen when
the "size" of A is smaller or equal than that of B.
if the range of S is the same as the codomain. Or for all
elements c from B, c = S(a) for some a from A, then we call S to be
onto. It can happen when "size" of A is larger or equal to that of
B.
Further, if S is one-to-one AND onto, it is invertible. I will
leave the proof as an exercise.
Just two more note:
1. S is linear if it's a map between vector space A, B over
field F which also satisfies S(a + b) = S(a) (+) S(b) and S(kb) =
k.S(b) where + and x are addition and scalar multiplication from A
while (+) and . are for B.
2. S is not necessarily a function.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, C Programming

### Write a C programme for arithmetic operations using menu driven?

main()
{
int a,b,ch;
float result;
do
{
clrscr();
printf("select the operation from list");
printf("\n 1.ADDITION \n 2.SUBSTRACTION");
printf("\n 3.MULTIPLICATION \n 4.DIVISION");
printf("\n Enter your choice:");
scanf("%d",&ch);
}
while((ch>4)(ch<1));
switch(ch)
{
case1: printf("\n enter two numbers:");
scanf("%d%d",&a,&b);
result=a+b;
printf("\n result=%f",result);
break;
case2: printf("\n enter two numbers:");
scanf("%d%d",&a,&b);
result=a-b;
printf("\n result=%f",result);
break;
case3: printf("\n enter two numbers:");
scanf("%d%d",&a,&b);
result=a*b;
printf("\n result=%f",result);
break;
case4: printf("\n enter two numbers:");
scanf("%d%d",&a,&b);
result=a/b;
printf("\n result=%f",result);
break;
}
getch();
}