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Math Problem?
Forum List  Follow Ups  Post Message  Back to Thread Topics Posted by Lisa Math. on July 10, 1998 01:51:47 UTC 
Y=RS2, Where R=2, S=3, Then Y=18. I rotate; R=Y/S2, and S2=Y/R. If Y and R is 0, then S is 0. OK.  E=MC2, I rotate; M=E/C2, and C2=E/M. How C can be some value if E and M is 0.  Can some help us? 

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