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Ameliea:
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carrierm:
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find dy/dy by implicit differentiation
x^2+3y^2xy=5
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Nameless:
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Find T, N and kappa r(t) = (2t+3)i +(5t^2)j
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Nameless:
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help differentiating. please show all steps.
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Nameless:
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r1=(cos(t))i+(sin(t))j r2 = (cos(2t))i+(sin(2t))j
Show that these particles have the same path. I need help showing that they have identic…
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Nameless:
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Help simplifying x= t/(t+1)
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Nameless:
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There are 4 points in space: A(0,0,1), B(2,2,0), C(5,2,12), and D(3,4,11). Is ABCD a parallelogram? Justify your answer.
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jamie_bright:
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Let f(x) = Find f(2).
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Annа:
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Find the equation of a line given the point and slope below. Arrange your answer in the form y = mx + b, where b is the constant.
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ncorrea92:
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y=x^2 + 2x + 8
What is the range
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gAmZee666:
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Solve the following equation: x divided by 8 equals twelve.
x equals ninetysix
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breiagore:
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Which is the slope of the line with equation 4x 2y = 4?
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Aleksandr.A:
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3(2x+1)1=2(45x)
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MATH HELP FOUNDATIONS EQUATIONS AND INEQUALTIES ?
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jr221:
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Solve the equation, y = 7x + 10, using the xvalues, 3, 5, and 8. Which of the following Ttables represents the ordered pairs?
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2. what are the values of a and b?
I have to attach the picture....
a)a=9/2,b=15/2
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YvonneKC:
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What is the solution of: √2x + 4  √x=2
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Find the volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region underneath the graph of f(x)=(x)/(sqrt(x^3+5))， about the yaxis over the inter…
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fuzzytom:
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express q=3x+2x^2+5x^3 falling powers in terms of rising powers ... can anyone help me understand on how to set this up ... or solve it and…
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Dalycia:
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Which shows three ordered pairs that are all solutions of the equation y = x + 8?
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Dalycia:
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Which three ordered pairs complete the table to give solutions of the equation y = x – 5?
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Sameerah11:
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Will give out medals. Mark pulled weeds from the garden for 10 more minutes that Ted.
The letter p represents the number of minutes that…
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tremoney:
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Which of these items is a tax deduction?
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lululife:
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help please
To determine the favorite television programs of people in his age group, Jacob surveyed a group of his closest friends.
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beesknees01:
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Solve by completing the square.
5x^22x+1=0
i just can't figure this out.
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nikki__kitty:
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help
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AngelCriner:
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What's the equation of the absolute value fraction?
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esl.0095:
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Derivative of (sqrt(3)/4) s^2?
I am using the product rule... f(x) g'(x) + g(x) f'(x).... but I'm stuck with (sqrt(3)/4). What's the deriva…
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sapphirelearner1995:
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A parabola has vertex (3, 2) and contains the point (1, 14). What is the equation of the function?
y=3(x3)^2+2
y=(x3)^2+2
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sapphirelearner1995:
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What quadratic function does the graph represent?
see attatchment
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