# Help Needed: 105 Math Problems to Solve Before Tomorrow's Test

• Scofield001
In summary, the speaker has a math assignment with 105 problems and has solved all of them except for a few that they wrote on a separate sheet of paper. They are asking for help with those problems in order to study for an upcoming test. They also provide a formula for finding the center and equation of a circle and ask for each problem to be posted separately with attempts and relevant equations and principles stated.
Scofield001
Hello. We got an assignment of 105 math problems. I solved them all except the ones I wrote on a sheet of paper and took a picture. If anyone can help me with ANY ONE OF THESE, I'll be very grateful. This is a study review and I need to have the solutions so I can study for my tomorrow's test (if I have an example of a problem, I can interpret it then). And it's not that I'm studying the last day, I studied all other problems that I've solved by myself, but these ones I just can't and believe me, I tried to understand them.

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Answer for the first question can be found out by using the formula:
(x-a)2+(y-b)2=k2
where (a,b) is the centre of the circle [mid point of the line joining the two points given]
and k is the radius of the circle [distance between the centre and either of the points given].

You should get the centre to be (1,1).
The equation will be (x-1)2+(y-1)2=34.

Please post each as a separate thread and use the template. In particular, you must show your own attempts, or make clear what it is that you do not understand. Stating the relevant equations and principles you are aware of helps responders know what level of knowledge to assume.

haruspex said:
Please post each as a separate thread and use the template. In particular, you must show your own attempts, or make clear what it is that you do not understand. Stating the relevant equations and principles you are aware of helps responders know what level of knowledge to assume.

Good post!

Hello, I can understand your frustration with having 105 math problems to solve before tomorrow's test. It can be overwhelming to have such a large amount of work to complete in a short amount of time. However, as a scientist, I would encourage you to approach these problems with a clear and logical mindset. Take a deep breath and try to break down the problems into smaller, more manageable parts. It may also be helpful to review any notes or materials that your teacher has provided for these specific problems. Additionally, you can also try reaching out to classmates or a tutor for assistance. Remember, it's important to not only find the answers, but also to understand the concepts behind them. Good luck on your test tomorrow!

## 1. What types of math problems are included in the 105 problems to solve?

The 105 math problems cover a variety of mathematical concepts, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. There are also problems that involve word problems, equations, and graphing.

## 2. How difficult are the math problems in this test?

The difficulty level of the math problems varies, with some being easier and others being more challenging. However, all of the problems are designed to test your understanding of key mathematical concepts and problem-solving skills.

## 3. How much time should I allocate to solving these 105 math problems?

The amount of time needed to solve all 105 math problems will depend on your math skills and speed. It is recommended to allocate at least 2-3 hours to solve the problems, but it may take longer if you are not familiar with some of the concepts.

## 4. Are there any resources or tools provided to help solve the math problems?

Yes, there are resources and tools provided to help you solve the math problems. These include a calculator, formulas sheet, and any necessary graphs or diagrams. However, it is important to rely on your own understanding and problem-solving skills as much as possible.

## 5. What if I am unable to solve all 105 math problems before the test tomorrow?

If you are unable to solve all 105 math problems before the test tomorrow, it is important to prioritize which problems to focus on. Try to solve as many as you can and make sure you understand the key concepts. It is also helpful to review any incorrect answers to understand where you may need to improve. Remember, the most important thing is to do your best and show your understanding of the material on the test.

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