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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,
I have the answer for the question on page two, but I do not understand the math. I believe we take the derivative, but I am not sure. Can you explain how the
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Among all pairs of #'s whose sum=24 find a pair whose product is as large as possible. How do I solve this?
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MATH 103 COLLEGE ALGEBRA Linear Programming Project In this Project, each team will be provided with a linear programming problem that must be solved
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