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What are the odds of a young healthy couple (say...mid twenties) having a child with down syndrome?
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What are the odds of a young healthy couple (say...mid twenties) having a child with down syndrome?
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I dont mean to have a hissy fit, but I think the number of people giving answers with reference to sources like Wikipedia and ChaCha is real…
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Binomial Theorem: (a+b)^n=?
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Suppose that f has a positive derivative for all values of x and that f(2)=0. Which of the following statements must be true of the function…
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Use finite sum to estimate the average value of the function on the given interval by partitioning the interval and evaluating the function …
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Find an equation for the tangent to the curve at the given point: f(x)=4(sqrt(x))x+3, (16,3)
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Solve the intitial value problem: dy/dx=x(6+x^2)^6, y(0)=0
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The strength (S) of a rectangular wooden beam is proportional to its width times the square of its depth. Find the dimensions of the stronge…
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evaluate the integral sin(sqrt t)/sqrt(t cos^3sqrt(t))
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lefthand limit: limx>4 5/(x^216)
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Limx>9 abs(9x)/(9x)
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A rectangle sheet of perimeter 27cm and dimensions x cm by y cm is to be rolled into a cylinder. What values of x and y give the largest vol…
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Use Newton's method to find the positive fourth root of 3 by solving the equation x4 – 3 = 0. Start with x1 = 1 and find x2.
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