alfie
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Andrew
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University Federico II
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Hey everyone, I am from Italy, currently studying computer engineering, lots of math and codes floating around my head :P.
I think the purpose of this website is to give hints, so that the user can understand the solution, not just throw it there, answering. If it's so, the user won't learn much, and that is just useless.
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find out if the following function is continuous:
\[\frac{x}{\sqrt{y}}\] if y > 0…
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Once you find the line r passing through A(1,2,0) and B(1,0,2). Find the line s passing by (-2,0,0) perpendicular and secant to r.
Use the m…
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Sequence of functions and uniform convergence.. I am having some troubles with this topic, so here it is...
\[f_{n}(x)\] = \[\large \log(1+…
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What's wrong with my integration?
I've used integration by parts:…
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I'm failing with polynomials integrals >.<'
No substitution or parts allowed.
\[\int {\frac{{3x + 1}}{{{x^2} - 4x + 3}}dx} \]…
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derivative, you see any mistake?
derivative \[\large \frac{x-2}{1+\log|x-2|} f \prime (x) = \frac{1(1+\log|x-2|) - \frac{x-2}{x-2}}{(1+\log…
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Taylor series limit, could you guys help out? Check the attachment.
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Any pretty good resource about resolving limits with Taylor series? I need something clear and with many solved exercises. Thanks. ;)
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Do you know some funny or oddly-shaped functions? I know Batman's one:
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=batman+function…
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Lil' bit off topic but, well..! -> What do you do when you are just NOT in the mood to study, but you have to (let's suppose you gotta study…
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Could someone double check my calcs? Thanks! :)
Two blocks m1 = 50kg and m2= 100kg are attached to a rope as shown in figure. Pulley is mas…
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help plx on my homework assignment .
P = NP
-True…
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Few questions and advices.
1) could you please bring once again the "Un-answered questions" button? It was pretty useful!
2) Why I can't see…
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Help out with the domain of this function (see attachment)
My conditions:…
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