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Colleen Concannon
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I know a lot about math. I'm currently in AP Calculus. Feel free to ask me any questions, I'll answer if I can! I'm quite friendly unless you make me angry.
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The approximation sqrt(1+x) can be approximated by 1+(x/2) when x is small. estimate the maximum error when |x| < 0.01.
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The approximation sqrt(1+x) can be approximated by 1+(x/2) when x is small. estimate the maximum error when |x| < 0.01.
updated 9 months ago
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use the taylor polynomial of order 2 to find the quadratic approximation of f(x)=(1+x)^k at x=0. (k is a constant.)
If k = 3, for approxima…
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Find a power series to represent x/(1-2x) and find its interval of convergence.
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Find a power series to represent x/(1-2x) and find its interval of convergence.
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evaluate the improper integral or state that it diverges.
integral of dx/(e^x + e^-x) from negative infinity to infinity.
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Consider the motives that might have inspired African-American poets to express themselves in European poetic forms. What artistic and socia…
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the vertical triangular plate shown below is the end plate of a feeding trough full of hog slop, weighing 80 pounds per cubic foot. what is …
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a bundt cake has a hole of radius 2 in and an outer radius of 6 in at the base. it is 5 in high, and each cross-sectional slice is parabolic…
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the vertical triangular plate shown below is the end plate of a feeding trough full of hog slop, weighing 80 pounds per cubic foot. what is …
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find the derivative of the integral of sqrt(t^4-1) from 1 to x.
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You are in charge of the evacuation and repair of the storage tank shown here. The tank is a hemisphere of radius 10 ft and is full of benze…
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the cylindrical tank shown below is to be filled by pumping water from a lake 15 ft below the bottom of the tank. one way is to attach a hos…
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find the force as an integral against the end of the tank.
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find the length of the curve . f(x)=x^(1/3)+x^(2/3), x=0 to x=2. use the formula L= the integral from a to b of the sqrt(1+(dy/dx)^2dx).
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a curve is totally contained inside the square with vertices (0,0), (1,0), (1,1), and (0,1). is there any limit to the possible length of th…
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a) find a curve through the point (1,1) whose length integral is L= the integral from 1 to 4 of sqrt(1+(1/4x))dx.
b) how many such curves …
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how do you take the function y=x^3+5|x| and break it into two separate functions to avoid the corner at (0,0)?
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how do you solve the integral of sqrt(sec^4x)dx from -pi/4 to pi/4?
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the region in the first quadrant enclosed between the graph of y=ax-x^2 and the x-axis generates the same volume whether it is revolved abou…
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integral of sqrt(1+cos2x)dx
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