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# In the figure below, a square and a regular hexagon share acommon side. The area of the

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In the figure below, a square and a regular hexagon share acommon side. The area of the square is 100 sq. cm. Use this information toanswer problems 28 and 29.a. What is the length of each sideof the square? b. What is the perimeter of the square?

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Vector-Valued Functions Part 1 Saadiq Shaik September 2016 1 Introduction to Vector-Valued Functions A vector-valued function is function with a domain of real numbers and a range of vectors. This is in contrast to functions in prior calculus courses, which we will refer to as real-valued functions. Every VVF...

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