Q: What is a0?

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a0=(a-1\a-1)=a\a=1

16 pages of A4 fit into an A0

f(x) = a0 + a1x + a2x2 + a3x3 + ... + anxn for some integer n, and constants a0, a1, ... an.

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A0 paper is 46.8 x 33.1 in.

a0=(a-1\a-1)=a\a=1

A0 and A1 are used for Technical drawings and posters.

A= A0e^-kt A0= A/ e^kt = Ae^kt A0= A+ D* D*= A0- A D*= Ae^kt - A D*= A(e^kt - 1)

16 pages of A4 fit into an A0

In millimeters the A0 paper size is 841mm by 1189mm. In inches the A0 paper size is 33.1 × 46.8 in.

Suppose the sequence is defined by an = a0 + n*d Then a1 = a0 + d = 15 and a13 = a0 + 13d = -57 Subtracting the first from the second: 12d = -72 so that d = -6 and then a0 - 6 = 15 gives a0 = 21 So a32 = 21 - 32*6 = -171

In the standardised paper measurement system A0 is 1189 millimetres x 841 millimetres.

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f(x) = a0 + a1x + a2x2 + a3x3 + ... + anxn for some integer n, and constants a0, a1, ... an.

A = A0 e-Bt