This problem stumped the entire math department in my school. Anybody wanna take a shot?1wk ⋅ ConsistentBerry5850 ⋅ r/askmath

Does a graph constructed like this model some equation? Like the curved line.1yr ⋅ super_very_cool_wow ⋅ r/askmath

This has caused a real rift in my local subreddit. Care to detail the mathematical proof to support the correct answer?2wk ⋅ 0beseWitherspoon ⋅ r/askmath

This word problem is making my brain do backflips. Based on the Twitter replies I’ve seen- I’m not alone. Halp.10mo ⋅ StrongPrinciple5284 ⋅ r/askmath

Found it as a meme, but thinking of an answer is confusing me now. Does it have solution(s) ?1yr ⋅ bhatakti_hawass ⋅ r/askmath

I’m studying right now for a math placement test and it has been almost two days that I have been trying to solve this problem please help! Btw I’m not sure if the flair is correct.1mo ⋅ emovenom6 ⋅ r/askmath

Math challenge at school. It’s over since nobody could solve it. How would you do it?3mo ⋅ cannedsand3 ⋅ r/askmath

What shape is formed by the curve of an ideal bow with a taut string? It’s not an arc. Is it a parabola? A catenary?2yr ⋅ suihcta ⋅ r/askmath

Could you explain what is that mean? This is an equation on a engagement ring.5mo ⋅ Elsiyax ⋅ r/askmath

SAT Math problem (March 2021 Calc #25), I can’t quite figure out where to start10mo ⋅ golden-musk ⋅ r/askmath

Considering a pop it is binary, how many permutations are there on my ten bubble pop it? Idk how to calculate this? Would I use factorials or some other formula?11mo ⋅ officialsmolkid ⋅ r/askmath

Trying to help my sister prep for SATs but it's been like 15 years....help?!!1yr ⋅ ppnguitarist ⋅ r/askmath

so I've been using khan academy for a few months now (homeschooled and basically know nothing outside of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and a few algebra things) and when I say a few I literally mean like 4 or 5 things from algebra. rest of story in comments.6mo ⋅ Yaboipalpatine ⋅ r/askmath

I encountered this ODE solving technique. It seems so unmathematical, but for some reason it works. Why does it work? And are there ODEs it can't solve?3mo ⋅ Idksonameiguess ⋅ r/askmath

Trying to solve this pattern for my daughter's game and am feeling dumb.1yr ⋅ vpeshitclothing ⋅ r/askmath

My teacher gave us this really hard problem to solve, id greatly appreciate if someone could help explain it to me.7mo ⋅ MajdChami1 ⋅ r/askmath

A colleague left this in the staff room at my school, I guess it’s his birthday - how old is he?1mo ⋅ DecGarrett ⋅ r/askmath

Okay, I know this is supposed to be funny, but I have legit been completely nerd-sniped by this and have got lost in the weeds. Any chance you guys can help me get my head around it?4mo ⋅ Dizzy_Beacon ⋅ r/askmath

What's lenght of the longest side? Could you find it without using cos-sin stuff?1yr ⋅ UnknownFactoryEnes ⋅ r/askmath

I have a room with a 74 inch ceilling, and a box that is 69.5x32x26. Assuming euclidean space and doors that are only 67 inch high, is there any way for me to put that box upright ? (Not homework)2yr ⋅ hazardousmeme ⋅ r/askmath

Is there an actual method to show that the imaginary number is actually real and not not just useful in some instances?3mo ⋅ T12J7M6 ⋅ r/askmath

Why does 69^69^69^-69 dish out 69( idk what flaire to add so i added logic)7mo ⋅ katsutdasheep ⋅ r/askmath

How do I resolve this limit, I can't use derivates, And I've tried to rationalize but it doesn't make sense, Please help.1yr ⋅ 4Dk3 ⋅ r/askmath

3rd grade work and I’m making it too complicated. Solve please.2mo ⋅ Then-Cheesecake-7688 ⋅ r/askmath

Is this solvable. If so how? I dont remember any math from highschool :(1yr ⋅ Altruistic-Winter383 ⋅ r/askmath

could someone please answer this trig limit without l'hopital's rule?1yr ⋅ CompetitiveTrust6491 ⋅ r/askmath

Can someone lay out the steps to finding the derivative for this function using the product rule? I’m having trouble simplifying this.8mo ⋅ Fun_Management2290 ⋅ r/askmath

This simple looking puzzle from Reader's Digest for some reason is very difficult for me to understand, can someone explain?2yr ⋅ asgard13 ⋅ r/askmath

Answered 27. Why did the teacher mark this incorrect for son's test? I get same thing.3mo ⋅ thickcruise6 ⋅ r/askmath

why is multiplication on the set of strictly positive complex numbers NOT a group?9mo ⋅ arty_dent_harry ⋅ r/askmath

It’s so frustrating how this equation doesn’t equal 3. How would you go about finding the exponent if you know the base and result, but not the exponent?4mo ⋅ jannyuses ⋅ r/askmath

I challenge anyone to make this expression equal 10 , disregard my answer I guessed because none were correct and was running out of time1yr ⋅ Jaekon ⋅ r/askmath

Can someone help me with this question? I’m clueless on what to do here2mo ⋅ WarLocksAsInHair ⋅ r/askmath

Can someone give me a generalized explanation on why we have to subtract 1 from both sides instead of multiplying both sides by (2x - 1)?4mo ⋅ romchik1987 ⋅ r/askmath

Can this figure be drawn without ever lifting the pencil and not going along the same line more than once?4d ⋅ AdamWayne04 ⋅ r/askmath

Studying for the GRE: the answer is 20 but I don’t understand how they got there and their explanation didn’t help.1yr ⋅ Chanandaler__Bong ⋅ r/askmath

Partner teaches elementary school children. Known troublemaker submitted this for school-wide art project. Is this a dirty joke or something? (English and Theater majors)1yr ⋅ rascal86119 ⋅ r/askmath

How to find the derivative for this? I know about the product and power rules, I'm just not sure about how to apply them here5mo ⋅ stillloveyatho ⋅ r/askmath

Does Wolfram Alpha use e as the default base to a logarithm if none is specified instead of 10? should be ln(2) right?8mo ⋅ dimonium_anonimo ⋅ r/askmath

can someone explain why this is possible getting the negative out seems to be the only way to get the solution to be -19mo ⋅ CALCULUS_BOI ⋅ r/askmath

How do you go from the left expression to the right? I saw this on a differential equations video but I don't understand how this step was done...5mo ⋅ The_untextured ⋅ r/askmath

I'm really struggling to find a pattern and understand this, can someone please explain?1yr ⋅ 55FOV ⋅ r/askmath

What function would give a plot like this? I tried variations of sinc functions with damping but was unsuccessful. I’d like it to be continuous and decay to y=01yr ⋅ Antgont ⋅ r/askmath