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  1. We aren't supposed to post answers, silly. This forum is for guidance. I don't think that's right, anyway. I got my equation by sitting down with pencil and paper for the past seven hours. oh sarah...the world of the IB is dirty.**** goes down, answers are the only answers. that si correct. it is verified.just dont know how to get there. We aren't supposed to post answers, silly. This forum is for guidance. I don't think that's right, anyway. I got my equation by sitting down with pencil and paper for the past seven hours. oh sarah...the world of the IB is dirty.**** goes down, answers are
  2. why does n start from 2 when r = 1 shouldnt it start from row 1 because the second 1 is actually a 1/1????? dude, robby, i have no ****ing clue either, did u see what i wrote to u earlier? check post #459, and quote me on it so i can see it. thanks manram, i have no clue ethier, like i agreed, finding answer is easy, but coming up with GS is hard. ive got the pattern a remains at 1/2 be goes from (-1/2) - 1 each element and c goes from 1,3,9.... idk wtf to do know lmfao please im so close to the GS desy if you could please come out of hiding and help us im sure we all would be very greatf
  3. OK GUYS, I HAVE THE FORMULA FOR THE GS!!! HERE IT IS, BUT SOMEONE TELL ME HOW TO GET THERE~!!!!! THANKS PALZ. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=280906918638036&set=a.257570664304995.60713.148350915226971&type=1&theater
  4. why does n start from 2 when r = 1 shouldnt it start from row 1 because the second 1 is actually a 1/1????? dude, robby, i have no ****ing clue either, did u see what i wrote to u earlier? check post #459, and quote me on it so i can see it. thanks manram, i have no clue ethier, like i agreed, finding answer is easy, but coming up with GS is hard.
  5. OK, AND I HAVE A CONFLICT HERE. the posts in the 20s, help form desy glau, say x-axis= row number (2,3,4,5) and y-axis=denominator (2,4,7,11) yet my pal robbydobby said element number on y-axis and denominator on x-axis...
  6. thanks elliot, and as in the case with most i assume, the answers are actually pretty easy to find, but for me, im stuck on the GS. and its ok, feel free to give me the outright instructions, even the answer straight out. but exactly! i know it is simple after the statements, but i cant really get the statements.
  7. ok robby, please dont take this the wrong way, and i 100% get it i you're like "no way", thats creepy. but i have a couple questions. 1. can i get your facebok/email? if u need help i got you there, and vice versa ..again, i totally get if you dont want to. 2.i get the example for row 4 you gave me. super helpful! so, that means we should have about 7 graphs then right? like 1 graph for 1 row?? doesnt that seem like alot? i knew "a" is a constant for both numerator ande denominator, but "b" is like (-1) from what you got, amd "c" is r^2. so i dont really get what u mean tho....AND, last questi
  8. ima help you out bro i got the gs for the denominator from a friend i just want to know how to get it i just copied it down but the GS is y = r^2 -nr + gs for numerator give you the gs n^2/2 + n/2 / r^n - nr + n^2/2 + n/2 thats for any number on the triangle.... i need to know how to get that and i dont have a graphing calculator and that guy isnt helping us . but maybe that will help you? i got 2 more weeks good luck man. p.s i typed in math toutor and the city i lived in google and toutors came up im going to try to get one for this portfolio. ok, so check it robby http://www.face
  9. lol same robby, like iv spent forveer looking at this..its due monday for me.... for teh GS for numerators, i think i got down.... its quad. graph formula....i was reading the earlier posts,a nd that one guy before was super helpful, too abd hes not here now. but look, go to you calc, do stat-->calc-->quadreg...that gives u a formula for numerator, as long as u put in lists. and just a question, which should be easy to answer...the numerator pattern is obvious, +3,+4,+5,+6, etc.... but how would u make that more mathematical like how wuld u describe that in a formula..... (r+1)??? then w
  10. so i get that (3/2) is the 1st element, but how would we show that. Like, what would we call that --> r2? ONE more question, how amny graphs, i know its asking for the relation, but does that mean 1 graph for every row? or just 1 graph total???
  11. i have read this entire post..what does r stand for...what does "n" stand for...please help..please. MANY THANKS
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