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JimSacc:
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Express logarithm as single expression.
3[lnx2ln(x^2+1)]+2ln5....
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I get that its the second fundamental theorem... and I know how to do the problems just what the hell do they want me to answer for the part…
 updated one month ago
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I can't intergrate this for some reason lol...
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How do I get (2x^21)/(x(x^21)) from... y'=(1/x)+(1/2)*(2x/(x^21))
 updated 4 months ago
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So this question kicked my butt for far too long, I got to the point with someone on here which put me into the right direction to solve it.…
 updated 5 months ago
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Integrals are killing me anyone wanna help?
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Jim's uncle is 4 times as old as his nephew Jim. In 10 years, Jim's uncle age will be 20 years more than twice Jim's age. How old is Jim rig…
 updated 5 months ago
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Jim's uncle is 4 times as old as his nephew Jim. In 10 years, Jim's uncle's age will be 20 years more than twice Jim's age. How old is Jim's…
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Hi guys having some trouble with indefinite integrals this stuff kills me... (writing the problem h/o)
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Mean value theorem problem...
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One cubic centimeter of a cumulus contains 260 water drops, which have a typical radius of 10 μm. (a) How many cubic meters of water are in …
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One cubic centimeter of a cumulus contains 260 water drops, which have a typical radius of 10 μm. (a) How many cubic meters of water are in …
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Some please teach me how to do this test in a few hours and the book doesn't help!?!
 updated 10 months ago
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I need an answer can't figure it out the "cot" is messing me up... find dy/dx y=2cosxcotx
 updated 11 months ago
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Are there any solid online derivative calculators, the ones I have check are giving me the incorrect answers....dy/dx y=((cscx)/(1+cscx))
 updated 11 months ago
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Find derivative form of (1/((x^22)(x^2+5x+4)))
 updated 11 months ago
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Find derivative form of (1/(x^2)(x^2+5x+4))
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I'm having a really hard time factoring... problem is find (dy/dx) of ((tanx)/(1+tanx)).... I know the answer and i know how to differentiat…
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lim x> infinity ((\sqrt(x^216))(\sqrt(x^21)))
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Find the derivative of the fuctiong ((1)/((x^23)(x^2+3x+5)))
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Help with the attached problem please its in the next comment, the answers are already there just how do you get to that?
 updated one year ago
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ATTACHED please help me answer the problem attached, test today at 4 and I forget how to trig lol
 updated one year ago
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I for get how to use sin and subtract fractions that have radicals... I know how to do the problem but i dont know how to simplify it HELP!!…
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Domain is (\inf,5)U(5,\inf) what is the range and how do you find it? For function y=4/(5x)
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someone help me find all the zeros..... one zeros is i and another is obviously +i... f(x)=x^4+5x^2+4
 updated one year ago
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I'm studying for a final and I am stumped, I have the answer already but how the heck does one get CosXCosB  SinXSinB from Cos(X + B)?
 updated one year ago
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(log(x)/log(3))=(log(x)/log(3))^(1/2) that is change of base format as you should know will write better in the response....
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log3(log3 x) = 1
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2(1.05)^(x)+3=10 solve using log
 updated one year ago
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A man has four socks. Each sock is either black or white. The chances of him selecting a pair at random and that he has a white pair is 0.5.…
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