phil1882 13 Posted May 11, 2015 Report Share Posted May 11, 2015 1. if all borks are grogs, and all grogs are snorts, are all snorts borks? 2. prove that GCD(A,B) = GCD(A+B,A) = GCD(A+B,B) 3. how much water, approximately, would you need to cover all land on earth in 3 feet of snow? 4. whats the shortest distance between any two points on a globe? A) straight line B) curved line 5. and just to be silly: what's the speed of dark? Quote Link to post Share on other sites

0 Solution bonanova 84 Posted May 12, 2015 Solution Report Share Posted May 12, 2015 No Let f = GCD (A, B) so that A = f a and B = f b where GCD (a, b) = 1. Then (A+B) = f (a+b). GCD (A+B, A) = f GCD (a+b, a) = f = f GCD (a+b, b) = GCD (A+B, B) = GCD (A, B). Approximately,R ~ 4000 mi; land area ~ (3/10)(4) pi R^{2} sq miles; 3' of snow ~ 3" of water = 3/(12x5280) miles of water. Do the math: (land area) x (water depth) cubic miles of water would be needed.. It depends. A) if "on a globe" refers just to the points then the distance between them is the length of a straight line; B) if "on a globe" refers to the distance then the distance on the globe's surface is the length of a curved line. The speed of light. Quote Link to post Share on other sites

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1. if all borks are grogs, and all grogs are snorts, are all snorts borks?

2. prove that GCD(A,B) = GCD(A+B,A) = GCD(A+B,B)

3. how much water, approximately, would you need to cover all land on earth in 3 feet of snow?

4. whats the shortest distance between any two points on a globe? A) straight line B) curved line

5. and just to be silly: what's the speed of dark?

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