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x to the third - 9x = 0

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x to the third - 9x = 0

2t² - 6t + 1 = 0

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Find the order of the element... Please see attached for full question.

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Find the quotient and remainder x^3 - 9x^2 + 3x - 6 divided by x + 1

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Prove that 2(2^n-1) = (n+1)/1 + ... + (n+1)/n for every natural number n.

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