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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,
Give a short summary of the different models we looked at to describe love dynamics and explain what assumptions we need to make for the models to be
Sequences are among the oldest objects of mathematical investigation, having been studied for over 3,500 years. Arithmetic and geometric sequences appear in
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Explain in words how to write an equation that is part one: parallel and then also part two: perpendicular to the equation y=2/3x4 passing through the point
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