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wave question attached :)
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Show that if P(A) = 0.6, P(B)=0.25 and P( A U B) = 0.7 then A and B are independent.
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The probability that a machine does not coat a SNAP bar adequately, therefore producing a defective product, is 0.08. The probability that …
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Express the following as a partial fraction:
(i) 4x+5/(x+2)^2
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find the values of a,b,c in the following identity:
(a) a+b(x+2) +c(x+2)(x+3)=x^2+4x2
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The pulse rate(P beats per minute) and the speed travelled by an athlete (vm/s) are related by the rule P= 60 + 15V, where 0<v<8. If the ru…
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The side lengths of a square (L) are increasing at a constant rate of 2 cm/min. If the area of a square is A.
Then dA/dL is equal to?
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There are two distinct round tables, each with 5 seats. In how many ways may a group of ten people sit?
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A committee of three women and seven men is to be seated at a round table .
(a) what is the probability that the three females will sit to…
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find how many ways the integers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 can be placed in a circle if:
 Atleast three odd numbers are together?
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find how many ways the integers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 can be placed in a circle if:
 Atleast three odd numbers are together?
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four boys and four girls are arranged in a circle. Find how many ways this can be done if:
 If two particular boys do not wish to sit nex…
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integrate xsqrt(4x) dx by using integration by parts method.
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Integrate sin^1(x) dx
please explain how to do it aswell
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In how many ways can the letters in the word PROPORTIONALITY be arranged so that the vowels and consonants still occupy the same place?
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Find how many ways the letters of the word DECISIONS can be arranged so that the N is somewhere to the right of D
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How many arrangements of the letters in TATTOO are there, if the two O's are to be separated?
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Is achondroplasia a chromosome disorder or a gene disorder?
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why aren't there any cures for genetic disorders
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Integrate: x^2 sinx^3
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differentiate y= sin^1(x^2)
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simplify
(2+x^2)/(1+x^2)
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find the derivative of sin^1(2x+3)
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State the domain and range first then graph the function.
f(x)= 3tan^1(x) + pi/4
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Im morse code, letters are formed by a sequence of dashes and dots. How many different letters is it possible to represent if a maximum of …
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In how many way can a boat crew of eight women be arranged if three of the women can only row on the bow side and two others can only row o…
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Find how many arrangements of the letters of the word BEHAVING, can have three vowels occurring together?
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In how many ways can the letters of the word number be arranged if the N is somewhere to the left of U?
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Users of automatic teller machines are required to enter a four digit pin number. Find how many pin numbers:
(a) start and end with the sa…
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how many three digit numbers can be made using the digits 2,3,4,5&6 if no digit can be repeated? How many of these are greater than 400?
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