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Determine if the function in the first column is an eigenfunction of the operator in the second column:
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Determine if the function in the first column is an eigenfunction of the operator:
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Draw the molecular orbital diagram of H2S...
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Is lakewater more likely to be in equilibrium with the atmosphere with respect to dissolved oxygen on a calm sunny day, or a windy cloudy da…
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predict the major product.
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you are given a sample of ethyl acetate and propyl acetate in a 2:1 ratio by weight. What is the ratio by moles?
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check the divergence theorem for the function:
V=(R^2sintheta)r + (4r^2costheta)theta + (r^2tantheta)phi
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name the following compound! Spelling and punctuation matter!
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name the following compound! spelling and punctuation count!
I will draw it using the art icon
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A ball is thrown 125 m upwards and then falls back to earth.
Neglecting air resistance, how long will it be in the air? The acceleration o…
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Given F1=2xi2yzjy^2k and F2=yixj,
Are these forces conservative?
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If the 7>2 emission line for a hydrogen atom is at a wavelength of 397nm, where will you find the 3>2 emission line?
a)at a longer wav…
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Find the Maclaurin series of the first few terms of:
Ln(sin(x)/(x)
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Find the first few terms of the Maclaurin series for the following function: secx=1/(cosx) I know the series for cosx: 1(x^2/2!)+(x^4/4!)(…
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Find the first few terms of the Maclaurin series for the following function:
secx=1/(cosx)
I know the series for cosx:
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Find the first few terms of the Maclaurin series of: sin(sqrtx)/(sqrtx)
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Find the first few terms of the Maclaurin series of:
sin(sqrtx)/(sqrtx)
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This question was in the Taylor and Maclaurin Series section.
Find the sum of the series:
(1)^(n1)3^n/(n5^(n))
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Find the Maclaurin series for f(x)= e^(2x)
first dy/dx=e^(2x)
second dy/dx=2e^(2x)
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Power series problem.
(x2)^n/(n^n)
Find the radius and interval of convergence.
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Power series problem:
n!(2x1)^n
from 1 to infinity
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Power series problem:
n/(4^n)*(x+1)^n
from 1 to infinity..
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Determine convergence or divergence.
(1)^n/(n^3)
I know that I want to use the alternating series test. I used (bsubn) as 1/n^3 and (bsu…
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determine convergence of divergence:
(2/5)+(2*6)/(5*8)+(2*6*10)/(5*8*10)+(2*6*10*14)/(5*8*11*14)+...
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Determine convergence or divergence:
1/(Ln(n)^(Ln(n)
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Determine convergence or divergence:
1/(Ln(n)^(Ln(n)
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Test for convergence or divergence:
n^2+1/(n^3+1)
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Test for convergence or divergence.
1/(n^(1+1/n))
I have no idea where to start with this one..
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Test for divergence or convergence.
(1)(bsubn) ln(n)/(sqrt(n))
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