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Ashwane150 take note: The two set of questions require solution using the answer sheet provided. ALL QUESTIONS MUST BE ANSWERED.
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I need answers for the attached questions. No need to show the steps.
1i) A rectangular tank that is 4 feet long, 8 feet wide and 15 feet deep is filled with a heavy liquid that weighs 90 pounds per cubic foot. In each part
Let n > 1 and i ∈ N with 1 ≤ i ≤ n. Show that the set S(i) ={σ ∈ Sn  σ(i) = i} is a subgroup of Sn. For 1 ≤ i, j ≤ n, showthat the groups S(i)
I need thorough explanation, step by step, showing how to solve limit problems. ______ 1. lim ( ( √5x4 ) 1) / 3x^2 x=>8
About 3 Integral Calculus's question. The text book I used is "Advanced calculus" by Folland. Chapter 1 "Setting the Stage" ，Chapter 2 "Differential
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