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Carbon disulfide, CS2, is a colorless highly flammable liquid used in the manufacture of rayon and celophane. a sample contains 0.116 mol CS…
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given an example of a function whose domain is the set of positive integers and whose range is the set of positive even integers.
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give an example of a function whose domain is the set of positive integers and whose range is the set of positive even integers.
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Give an example of a set consisting of two points in the coordinate plane that is not the graph of any function.
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give an example of a function whose domain is in the interval [0,1] and whose range in the interval (0,1)
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show that the function f defined by f(x) = mx+b is an even function if and only if m = 0
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Give an example of a set consisting of two points in the coordinate plane that is not the graph of any function.
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the function f has domain set of numbers with absolute value less than 4 and is defined by f(x) =3/x+5; the function f has domain the interv…
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Find two different functions whose domain is {8,9} and whose range is {4, 1}
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Assume f is a function whose domain is the interval [1,5] and whose range is the interval [1,3]. What does the graph of g(x) = 13f((2x/5)2…
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show that ab is less than or equal to ab for all real numbers a & b
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what are the solutions to: x−1+x−2+x−3=4 ?
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give an example of a set of real numbers such that the average of any two numbers in the set is in the set, but the set is not an interval
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show that ab is less than or equal to ab
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give an example of a set of real numbers such that the average of any two numbers in the set is in the set, but the set is not an interval
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give an example of a set of real numbers such that the average of any two numbers in the set is in the set, but the set is not an interval
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Can (2y)/(xy^2  y^3) be simplified anymore?
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why is the product of a nonzero rational number and an irrational number, an irrational number?
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why is the product of a nonzero rational number and an irrational number, an irrational number?
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Can (2y)/(xy^2  y^3) be simplified anymore?
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Find all numbers x satisfying the given equation.
abs(x3) + abs(x4) = 1
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Zinc ore (zinc sulfide) is treated with sulfuric acid, leaving a solution with some undissolved bits of material and releasing hydrogen sulf…
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A box with an open top has vertical sides, a square bottom, and a volume of 256 cubic meters. If the box has the least possible surface area…
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Write the expression as an equivalent expression in the form x^n.
1/(x^7)
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what is the inverse function to f(x) = (68x)/(33x)
Write the expression as an equivalent expression in the form x^n. …
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radical(.1275/x) = .00303 Solve for x.
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If the quiz consists of 3 questions, question 1 has 3 possible answers, question 2 has 4 possible answers, and question 3 has 5 possible ans…
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If X1, X2, X3 are the number of spots on the upfaces of the three dice, then X = X1 + X2 + X3. Use this fact to find the mean and the stand…
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Using table A, what is z? The point z with 85% of the observations falling above it.
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In the figure below, what is the sum, in terms of n, of the degree measures of the four angles marked with arrows?
(a) n
(b) 2n…
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