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Two baseballs are dropped, one from a height of 16 feet and the other from the height of 265 feet.
a. Write two height functions and compar…
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LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION! Given U transpose*U=I, show that U*U transpose=I
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Solve the differential equation 14y'= x + y
by making the change of variable u = x + y.
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solve the differential equation: xy^2y'=x+7
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Which of the following functions are solutions of the differential equation y'' + y = 5 sin x? (How do I solve this?)
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Check for convergence or divergence of the integral (x+1)/(x^2) dx from 1 to 1
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How do I write the partial fraction decomposition of (x^2)/(x^2+x+5)
 updated one year ago
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Evaluate this integral.
 updated one year ago
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integrate 6θcosθdθ by using integration by parts with u = 6θ, dv = cosθdθ
 updated one year ago
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integrate 1/(x^2x)dx
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Explain how the parameters a, b, c, d affect the graph of the general polar function r=a∙cos[b(θ+c) ]+d. How does changing the function t…
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Find the differential of the function, u=e^(t)sin(s+2t)
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Find the radius R of convergence and interval I of convergence of this power series
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Use function patterns to determine what type of function this data may represent
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Define euclidean scaling of volume to surface area
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What is the difference between the equation of a parabola vs the standard form of a parabola. Similarly, what is the difference between the …
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Find a polar equation for the curve represented by the given Cartesian equation. x^2y^2=1
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Identify the curve: r = tan(theta)*sec(theta) by finding a Cartesian equation for the curve.
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Find the foci and asymptotes of the hyperbola y^2x^2=1
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Find the focus and the directrix of the parabola y=x^2. Illustrate with a diagram
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When a model rocket is launched, the propellant burns for a few seconds, accelerating the rocket upward. After burnout, the rocket coasts up…
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Is this statement true or false? if false, rewrite the sentence to make it true.
 updated one year ago
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Two cars are on a straight track. Car A starts at the beginning of the track at time 0 and moves forward. Car B starts at the beginning of t…
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Derive d(t)=4+2cos6(t3) for both the velocity and acceleration functions.
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In each region below, draw a section of a position vs time graph that corresponds with the following descriptions: a) the subject stood stil…
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A particle starts from rest at the point two units from the origin and moves along a flat track with a constant positive acceleration for ti…
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How do you draw the velocity if given this acceleration graph?
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Consider the graph below as a graph of position vs time and sketch the corresponding velocity graph. Then consider the original graph as a …
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Compare the following two velocity graphs. Which person went the farthest? Explain your details carefully. (Assume the scale is the same for…
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sketch the acceleration and position for this velocity graph
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