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In this question you will derive a general formula for the distance of a point from a line. Let P be the point (p,q) and L the line y=mx+b.
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In this question you will derive a general formula for the distance of a point from a line. Let P be the point (p,q) and L the line y=mx+b.…
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Prove that square root of 5 times 5^{3/2}=25
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find all real numbers x such that x^4  2x^2  15=0
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Let f(x) = x+1/x+m. Find the inverse f^1(x). For what value of m is f(x) = f^1(x)?
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Let f(x) = x+1/x+m. Find the inverse f^1(x). For what value of m is f(x) = f^1(x)?
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For any number a what is the value of 2g^1(a) + 3  (a5)?
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Draw the graph of a function with a domain [2,4] and a range {2,4}
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Determine the range and domain of the graph of g(x)= F(x+2)2 and draw the graph of g(x). F(x) = abs(x)
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Let f(t) = (t1)/(t^2 + 1) and g(t) = (t+3)/(t+4). Find ( g comp f)(t)
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Simplify ((1/yb)(1/y))/b
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For the sequence 1, −2, 3, −4, 5, −6, 7, . . ., what’s the difference between the mean of the sequence’s
first 400 terms and the mean of it…
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For the sequence 1, −2, 3, −4, 5, −6, 7, . . ., what’s the difference between the mean of the sequence’s
first 400 terms and the mean of it…
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You are given a sample of limestone, which is mostly CaCO3 to determine the mass percentage of Ca in the rock. You dissolve the limestone in…
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Find the point on the line y=2x3 in the xyplane that is closest to the point (5,1)
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Solve the following equation for x: x(abs(x9))= 40x +9. Find the four roots.
Solve: 4(abs(b))1=11.
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find the range of f(x)= (x^2 + 1)/(x^2 + 5) if the domain is (1/2<= x<= 2)
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give an example to show that the product of two onetoone functions is not necessarily a onetoone function.
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show that f is the function defined by f(x) = mx+b where m is not equal to 0, then the inverse function f^1 is defined by the formula f^1(…
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Suppose f(x) = ax+b and g(x) = cx+d, where a, b, c, and d are numbers. Show that f comp g = g comp f if and only if d(a1) = b(c1)
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If f(t) = t2/t+3, g(t) = 1/(t+2)^2 find a) f comp g and b) g comp f
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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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