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Sudoku is a fun and addictive game that is turning fever all over the world. The goal of the game is to complete a grid (vertical columns and horizontal lines) by filling in the blanks with numbers from 1 to 9. The secret: the number cannot be repeated in the same column, row or block. Here's an example of Sudoku, with its solution: Solution: Click here to download Sudoku Solver, a puzzle solver software.

A common problem in trigonometry is finding an angle whose trig functions are known. Problems of this kind involve the computation of arc functions such as arcsen x, arccos x, arctg x, and so on. Consider this idea from the point of view of inverse functions, with the goal of developing derivative formulas for inverse trigonometric functions.

We know that there is an infinite number of prime numbers and that every nonzero integer expresses itself as a product of prime numbers. The number 12 is expressed as 2 2 .3, the product of cousins 2, 2, and 3. How can we tell if a number is prime? Is there an algorithm, that is, a process with a finite number of steps to decide if a number is prime or compound like 12?

The elements of the truth set of an equation are called roots of the equation. To check if a number is the root of an equation, we must follow the following sequence: Replace the unknown with that number. Determine the value of each member of the equation. Check for equality. Being a true sentence, the number considered is the root of the equation.

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