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One of the consequences of Americans’ and other Westerners’ problems of seeing things from another person’s point of view is faltering communication, said Boaz Keysar, Professor in Psychology at the University of Chicago. [
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why would factoring be an easy concept **Weegy:** In arithmetic, factoring (or factorization) means finding combinations of integers that multiply together to give the integer being factored. [ In algebra, factoring polynomials means finding polynomials of lower order (lower variable exponent) that, multiplied together, equal the polynomial being factored.
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why are exponents hard to grasp **Weegy:** It depends on what type of exponents you are talking about. 2x^2 is simple to understand. But for some finding the derivative for such an exponent may prove to be more difficult. (More)

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why are exponents hard to grasp **Weegy:** Exponents are funny creatures. They appear toward the upper right of another number, called a base. The exponent is kind of like an instruction. The base number will be multiplied by itself over and over a certain number of times. [ The number of times is the same as the exponent. Exponents make a whole lot of operations a lot easier to do, especially once you're familiar with their special properties. But because those properties are special, it's easy to make mistakes until you're really comfortable with the rules.
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what can you tell me about logarithm functions **Weegy:** ogarithmic function
To justify the definition of logarithms, it is necessary to show that the equation
b^x = y \,
has a solution x and that this solution is unique, provided that y is positive and that b is positive and unequal to 1. [ A proof of that fact requires the intermediate value theorem from elementary calculus.[34] This theorem states that a continuous function which produces two values m and n also produces any value that lies between m and n. A function is continuous if it does not "jump", that is, if its graph can be drawn without lifting the pen. ] (More)

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what can you tell me about logarithm functions **Weegy:** Since the "+ 3" is inside the log's argument, the graph's shift cannot be up or down. This means that the shift has to be to the left or to the right. [ But which way? You can keep track of the direction of the shift by looking at the basic point (1, 0) ("basic" because it's neat and easy to remember). The log will be 0 when the argument, x + 3, is equal to 1. When is x + 3 equal to 1? When x = –2. Then the basic log-graph point of (1, 0) will be shifted over to
(–2, 0) on this graph; that is, the graph is shifted three units to the left. If you are not comfortable with this concept or these manipulations, please review how to work with translations of functions. ] (More)

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