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Sketch the bounded region enclosed by the given curves. Decide whether to integrate with respect to x or y. Draw a typical approximating rectangle and label its height and width. (Do this on paper. Your instructor may ask you to turn in this graph.) y=5 x^2 , y=8 x^2 , 2 x+y=3,x>=0
balloon is rising vertically above a level, straight road at a constant rate of 3 feet/sec. Just when the balloon is 134 feet above the ground, a bicycle moving at a constant rate of 19 feet/sec. passes under it. How fast is the distance s(t) between the bicycle and balloon increasing 6 seconds...
how to do long divesion with 811 by 20
I also attached the origianl work but have fig out most but after 3 tries these are giving me trouble and I only have 1 more chance!!! On the attach the only areas that need to be done are as follows below!! A, E parts, E1 domains,E2 f(x, E3, f1 range g(x), f2, H 3root and 4 root of x, h1 g(x),...
Which shows 3x + 6y = 12 in slope-intercept form?
Explain in your own words how to graph the line 2x+3y=12
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show that any oriented Brunnian Link with 3 or more components has linking number 0
Draw a picture to show that there exist oriented 2-component links with linking number n, for any integer n.
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1. I’m having problems with my math. Can you help me? All I need is an example just to make sure I'm on track.
- Solve the following
- a) 3/(n+1)-1/(n+1)=14/(n^2-1)
- b) 1/(y-1 )+y/(1-y)
- d) (x-2)/(8x-24)*(5x-15)/(x^2 -4)
- e) z/(z-1)+1/2=3/z
- f) (x-3)/(x^2+2x-15)-(4-x)/(x^2-9x+20)
- 2. How do I set up this problem? An exam contains five "true or false" questions. How many of the 32 different ways of answering these questions contain 3 or more incorrect answers?