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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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If you divide A0 size in half (cut or fold it) you get A1. If you divide A1 in half you get A2, etc, etc. Therefore 210 A10 sheets fit into A0, = 1024 sheets. A10 is very small (26 × 37 mm) and of little use.

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For an exponential function: General equation of exponential decay is A(t)=A0e^-at The definition of a half-life is A(t)/A0=0.5, therefore: 0.5 = e^-at ln(0.5)=-at t= -ln(0.5)/a For exponential growth: A(t)=A0e^at Find out an expression to relate A(t) and A0 and you solve as above

A0 paper is 46.8 x 33.1 in.

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

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

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.

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A = A0 e-Bt