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### Math 125 HW_9A

Course: BIO 106, Spring 2012
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125 3/4/12 Math HW_9A MARIO C EASER JR FIGUEROA Math 125 Winter 2012, section B, Winter 2012 Instructor: Neal Koblitz W bA ign Math 125 HW_9A (Home ork) Current Score : 10 / 40 Due : Sunday, March 4 2012 11:00 PM PST 1. 7/7 points | Previous Answers SC alcET7 9.1.004. (a) For what values of k does the function comma-separated list.) = cos kt satisfy the differential equation 4 '' = -49 ? (Enter your answers...

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3/4/12Math 125 HW_9CW bA ignMath 125 HW_9C (Home ork) Current Score : 55 / 80 Due : Sunday, March 4 2012 11:00 PM PSTMARIO C EASER JR FIGUEROA Math 125 Winter 2012, section B, Winter 2012 Instructor: Neal Koblitz1. 12/12 points | Previous AnswersSC
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