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Ashwane150 take note: The two set of questions require solution using the answer sheet provided. ALL QUESTIONS MUST BE ANSWERED.
Second order differential equation. I want to convert this second order diff equ to a set of two first order. d^2thata/dt^2 +(g/L)sin(theta) = 0,
Please give me the answer, I do it many times but I still cannot get it so please help me. 1. Let f(x) = atan((6x^(2)1)^(1/2)). Find f'(x). 2.Evaluate the
R={(1,1) (1,2) (2,1) (2,2)} on the set A = {1,2,3,4}. I am assuming this is transtive because (1,2) (2,1) is element of R and (2,2) ?
I need thorough explanation, step by step, showing how to solve limit problems. ______ 1. lim ( ( √5x4 ) 1) / 3x^2 x=>8
Sequences are among the oldest objects of mathematical investigation, having been studied for over 3,500 years. Arithmetic and geometric sequences appear in
I definitely need help with this one. I need this by Sunday as well.
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