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solve (x^2)^2 + 7x^2144=0
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find the series of equations which are perpendicular to y=2x^2? (hint:find the slope (dy/dx)of y=2x^2)
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find the series of equations which are perpendicular to y=2x^2? (hint:find the slope (dy/dx)of y=2x^2)
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A generator is constructed by rotating a coil of N turns in a magnetic field B at a frequency f. The internal resistance of the coil is R an…
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please cAN SOMEONE HELP ME WITH INTEGRATION,TRIGONOMETRIC SUBSTITUTION?
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whats shell formula for calculating volumes?
calculus 11
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how do u find the area bounded by the curve along yaxis? do u do it the same way u do the xaxis?
calculus 11
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inverse function y=x
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verse function y=x
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pls help am doing a problem on integration,area between curves
y1=x^3, and y2=x
which one shouldd be on top?
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A nonconducting solid sphere of radius 2.8 cm carries a uniformly distributed positive charge of 7.4 x109 Coulombs. Calculate the magnitude…
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A line of charge with a uniform density of 37.3 nC/m lies along the line y = 16.0 cm, between the points with coordinates x = 0 and x = 42.…
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A line of charge with a uniform density of 37.3 nC/m lies along the line y = 16.0 cm, between the points with coordinates x = 0 and x = 42.…
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A point charge produces an electric flux of +516 N* m2/ C through a gaussian sphere of radius 17.6 cm centered on the charge. What is the fl…
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A point charge produces an electric flux of +516 N* m2/ C through a gaussian sphere of radius 17.6 cm centered on the charge. What is the fl…
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help please
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i need help with number 3 a and b
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hey need help with number 1
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y=d/dx integralcosx to 0 t/(1+t)dt
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In the figure below, M2 has more mass than M1 and M1 has more mass than M3. The questions refer to the magnitudes of tensions and weights.…
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wo charges, Q1 = 4.00 μC and Q2 = 6.80 μC, are located at points (0, 2.65 cm) and (0, +2.65 cm), as shown in the figure.
What is the mag…
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Calculate the magnitude of the electric field at the center of a square shown in the diagram below.
The sides are 0.480 m long and the c…
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Two point charges of charge 6.60 μC and 2.80 μC are placed along the x axis at x = 0.000 m and x = 0.240 m respectively. Where must a third…
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Three equal point charges, but of varying signs, are placed on the corners of a square as shown in the figure below.
Which of the arrows…
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inverse and inverse trignometric functions
find d/dx(arctan^2(sqrt(x))
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inverse functions find d/dx(sqrt(1x)^2) + 1/2cos^1(x)) and verify whether or not this is equal to (2x+1) d/dx sin^1(x)
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inverse functions find d/dx(sqrt(1x)^2) + 1/2cos^1(x)) and verify whether or not this is equal to (2x+1) d/dx sin^1(x)
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inverse functions find d/dx(sqrt(1x)^2) + 1/2cos^1(x)) and verify whether or not this is equal to (2x+1) d/dx sin^1(x)
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inverse functions find d/dx(sqrt(1x)^2) + 1/2cos^1(x)) and verify whether or not this is equal to (2x+1) d/dx sin^1(x)
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inverse functions
find d/dx(sqrt(1x)^2) + 1/2cos^1(x)) and verify whether or not this is equal to (2x+1) d/dx sin^1(x)
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