Matthew Fonda
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B.S. in Applied and Computational Mathematics. Developer at eNotes.com.
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There are no four odd integers with a sum of 19. This is because the sum of four odd numbers is always going to be even. Using the following rules, we can see why this is true: 1. The sum of two... 
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2+3=5 
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This problem is know as the Birthday Problem or Birthday Paradox. Note: the above answer answers a slightly different questionit answers the probability that anyone has the same birthday as one... 
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First start by simplifying the right hand side: (3x + 2)  2(x+4) = 3x + 2  2x  8 (multiply through second part by 2) = x  6 (combine like terms) Now we just have to solve: x  6 = 7 x = 13... 
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Most computer related majors will include some amount of programming. A major in Information Technology will generally include much less programming than a major in Computer Science. The exact...
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