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Show (0,0) is a saddle point of the function 2x^3 + 6xy + 3y^2
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Algebraically show, using a natural logarithm, that lim_(x>infintity) e^(1/x) =1.
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Decompose into partial fractions: x^3/(x+1)^3. The answer has four terms, but our normal method only allows for 3 terms. Does the normal met…
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reflection_(mathematics)#Reflection_across_a_line_in_the_plane How would I write the vector "l" if the line is …
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How is 0=0/x, considering x can be 0? http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=0%3D0%2Fx
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Show x^(log base x of y) = y
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Work analysis: A teacher picks pairs of students randomly; there are 20 students. What is the probability that Alex and Ali are paired?
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If less is better, by what percentage is 2000 greater than 5000?
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Prove the area of a parallelogram is 1/2 d_1 d_2 sin(theta).
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Can degenerate triangles be scalene? Are attributes like "scalene" reserved only for the nondegenerate?
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A tennis ball on Mars, where the acceleration due to gravity is 0.379g and air resistance is negligible, is hit directly upward and returns …
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A tennis ball on Mars, where the acceleration due to gravity is 0.379g and air resistance is negligible, is hit directly upward and returns …
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A car, when braking from 60.0 mph on dry pavement, stops in 146 ft. What is the acceleration?
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Is there a slick way of solving for the complex roots of this: x^52x^4+3x^25=0
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Why does 5 * (13 choose 5) represent: the number of ways you can choose a team of five people chosen from a room of 13 people, where you are…
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While driving on the freeway at 110 km h, you pass a truck whose total length you estimate at 25 m. If it takes you, in the driver’s seat, 5…
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Why did Robert Benchley say, "We call England 'The Mother Country' because most of us come from Poland or Italy"?
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Is there a book that covers most of the content this does and uses similar terminology? Although this course is selfcontained, I'd like a b…
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Find points of intersections. x^2+y^24=0 and 3xy^2=0
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See this: http://i.imgur.com/VtJVa.png Construct a parabolic equation based off of this.
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Is there a clean way to solve this problem: "Find the equation of an ellipse with these properties: vertices: (0, + or  5); passes through …
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Why did they set d_1 = d_2. (See attached picture.)
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Analyze what I did incorrectly when I tried to find the angle between the two lines x+2y=8; x2y=2
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Find the square root of 25i.
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"The average (mean) of 20 numbers is 30, and the average of 30 other numbers is 20. What is the average of all 50 numbers?" The harmonic mea…
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Resources about sigma * sigma? I am having difficulty finding some resources on it.
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3y+7 = 2y1 for all real y
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If f(4x+3)=2x+1, then find f(x).
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Convert 0.(31) repeating with base of 5 to a base 10 fraction. (I want to see if it can be done using the infinite geometric series formula.…
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Find sqrt(27+36i).
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