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nissn:
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integrate (e^x*sin x dx
How do I do This I know the answer should be (e^x*sin (x))/2  (e^x*cos (x))/2
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 updated one year ago
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coe:
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Mick built a large cubeshaped toy box for his younger brother. The toy box has a side length of 5 feet. After his younger brother put block…
 updated one year ago
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nissn:
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find the fourier series of this
 updated one year ago
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nissn:
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draw the graph of the periodic function
 updated one year ago
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marcopolo201114:
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HELLPPPP
All of the following equations have the same solution except _____.
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BrennaM:
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1/3x = 12
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BrennaM:
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4(x  3) + 5x = 48
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KDLake420:
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Of 410 consumers polled, some purchase music on CDs, some only download music, and some do both. If 290 people polled purchase CDs and 220 p…
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nissn:
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how to find the sum of this?
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nissn:
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can someone help me with this? (statics)
I have to find the forces in S1, S4 and S6 with method of sections
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nissn:
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can someone help me with this? (statics)
I have to find the forces in S1, S4 and S6 with method of sections
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nissn:
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what is the general term of this sequence:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
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staylo34:
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what percent of 240 is 30
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lonewolf265:
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Multiple choice :)
The amount to which $1000 accumulates if invested for 2 years at 10% interest paid annually is?
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ChrisNeedsHelp:
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Find the exact value of the following. Do NOT use labels in your answer and do NOT round your answer.
Find xy, for x = 75.9 and y = 2.6…
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maameb:
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you are trying to cool your bedroom using an old air conditioner the rating on the air conditioner claims that it is suitable for volumes un…
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maameb:
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you exercise at home everyday by running around the block. You know that the distance around the block is equal to 3,000 feet. How many time…
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galyn:
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Al gets a 7% commission on every car he sells. If he was given $1600 for specific car he sold, what was the selling price of the car?
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nissn:
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how to find the eigenvector of this
1 0 1
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nissn:
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This matrix is not diagonalizable. why not?
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nooklashon:
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Arianna kicks a soccer ball off the ground and into the air with an initial velocity of 42 feet per second. Assume the starting height of th…
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nissn:
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Use matrices and decide the value of P and Q so that the system has no solution.
x1+x2+3x3=2
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 updated 2 years ago
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nissn:
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Use matrices and decide the value of P and Q so that the system has no solution and that the system has infinity solution
x1+x2+3x3=2
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nissn:
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how to solve this using matrices:
x1+2x22x3+x4=2
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14yamaka:
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How do we find the area of a nonagon if each side is 3 cm? Please and thanks.
 updated 2 years ago
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nissn:
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use induction to prove the statement counts for all natural numbers n≥1
P(n):1+1/2^2+1/3^2+......+1/n^2≤21/n…
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nissn:
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2pi(integrate)(x(x^2x^3)dx 2pi(integrate)(x(x^2x^3)dx @Mathematics
 updated 2 years ago
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nissn:
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how to integrate (x+14)/(x^2+3x4) how to integrate (x+14)/(x^2+3x4) @Mathematics
 updated 2 years ago
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nissn:
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the graphs to the functions f(x)=x^2 and g(x)=2x^2 x^3 delimits a surface F. what is the area of F
the graphs to the functions f(x)=x^2 a…
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Gabster8889:
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simplify the expression (3y^5)^2(x^3y)
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