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Prove that, for all values of $x$, $x^{2}+4 x+12>x+3$
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Prove that, for all values of $x$, $x^{2}+4 x+12>x+3$Prove that, for all values of $x$, \ x^{2}+4 x+12&gt;x+3 \ ...
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How will I prove that the roots of $m(x^2-1)=5x$ are real for all real values of $m, (m\neq0)$?
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How will I prove that the roots of $m(x^2-1)=5x$ are real for all real values of $m, (m\neq0)$?This question is from the gr.11 CAPS syllabus under the section Nature of the Roots. The question in Latex (using the provided tools): How will I pr ...
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What is linear discriminant analysis in credit scoring?
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What is linear discriminant analysis in credit scoring?What is linear discriminant analysis in credit scoring? ...
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Having x^2 +bx + k(x^2 + 3x + 2) = 0, Show that the discriminant is given by: k2 + 6bk + b^2 + 8
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Having x^2 +bx + k(x^2 + 3x + 2) = 0, Show that the discriminant is given by: k2 + 6bk + b^2 + 8Having x^2 +bx + k(x^2 + 3x + 2) = 0, Show that the discriminant is given by: &nbsp;k2 + 6bk + b^2 + 8 ...
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