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FIND GENERAL SOLUTION FOR {2,4}{2,2)
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FIND GENERAL SOLUTION FOR {2,4}{2,2)
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how do you find partial fractions for laplace transforms of (s^2+3)/(s1)(s^2+1)
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For the laplace transforms found what can be said about lim s>infinity F(s)?
the laplace transforms found are the ones given in table.
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can someone please help me understand undetermined coefficients
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can anyone please help me understand undetermined coefficients
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(−20A + 10B) cos 5t + (−10A − 20B) sin 5t = −50 sin 5t solve for a & b
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solve problem below
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can someone explain what Exponentiate both sides means??
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Sketch the solution to the initial value problem and determine its maximum value. dy/dt=2y2yt y(0)=3
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Sketch the solution to the initial value problem and determine its maximum value. see post below for equation
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Sketch the solution to the initial value problem and determine its maximum value.
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he motion of a set of particles moving along the xaxis is governed by the differential equation; dt/dx t^3x^3,where x(t) denotes the posit…
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he motion of a set of particles moving along the xaxis is governed by the differential equation; dt/dx t^3x^3,where x(t) denotes the posit…
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The motion of a set of particles moving along the xaxis is governed by the differential equation; dt/dx t^3x^3,where x(t) denotes the posi…
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The motion of a set of particles moving along the xaxis is governed by the differential equation; dt/dx t^3x^3,where x(t) denotes the pos…
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If a particle is located at x=2when t=2.5,can it reach the location x =1 at any later time? I know the answer is no but how do you know that…
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how is this possible?
d/dt (t^3X^3)=3t^23x^2
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Sketch the solid described by x^2 + y2^ ≤ z ≤ 1. Use the Divergence Theorem to evaluate the surface integral over the boundary of that solid…
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Sketch the solid described by x^2 + y2^ ≤ z ≤ 1. Use the Divergence Theorem to evaluate the surface integral over the boundary of that solid…
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use the divergence theorem to compute integral integral f * ds when T is the unit sphere x^2+y^2+z^2=1 and f(x,y,z)=<y,z,x>
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use the divergence theorem to compute integral integral f * ds when T is the unit sphere x^2+y^2+z^2=1 and f(x,y,z)=<y,z,x>…
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use the divergence theorem to compute integral integral f * ds when T is the unit sphere x^2+y^2+z^2=1 and f(x,y,z)=<y,z,x>
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can someone please help explain parametrization of a surface.
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If C is a simple closed curve, what is the vales of \[\int\limits_{C}^{}\] ydx +xdy?
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If C is a simple closed curve, what is the vales of \[\int\limits_{C}^{}\] ydx +xdy?
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please help! see attached
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please help!
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can anyone help me?
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can someone please help me start this problem?
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