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Q: What is the missing constant term in the perfect square that starts with x^2-12x?

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sqrt(8) = sqrt(4*2) = 2*sqrt(2).Even without given that sqrt(2) is a rational, you can give that the square root of 2 starts converging onto the "Pythagoras Constant" eventually, as it takes an infinite amount of digits to square root an integer that is not perfectly squared.Thus, an rational x irrational = irrational, thus the sqrt(8) is irrational (an approximation is 2.8284271247...).

I guess you mean "[square] root 3" (√3) which is irrational and goes on forever; it starts: √3 = 1.7320508...

Because the freezing point of water is zero-C but 32-F. The C-temp tells you (how many C-degrees above freezing it is), because C starts at zero. But the F-temp has to be 32 more than (how many F-degrees above freezing it is), because F starts at 32, not at zero.

32 32 4 +4 = 8 8 + 6 = 14 14 + 8 = 22 22 + 10 = 32 The sequence starts at 4 and then adds 4, to get 8, then adds 6 to get 14, then adds 8, to get 22, so by extension the next number is 22 + 10. The number being added to the previous number in the sequence starts at 4 and rises by 2 each time.

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Probably because constant starts with "k" in certain languages (like in German).

a perfect match for kyli is a boy who name starts with a b or a d

It slows to a rest and then starts moving in the opposite direction at constant acceleration in that direction.

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I got perfect one: Kaitlyn

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