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sparkly16:
\[\lim_{x \rightarrow 1} \frac{ \sqrt[6]{x}1 }{ \sqrt[3]{x}1 }\]
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A professional basketball team plays in an arena that holds 20 000 spectators. Average attendance at each game has been 14 000. The average …
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After a fun morning in the snow, Emily props her 1.5 m aluminum sled up against the house and goes in for lunch. When the bottom of the sled…
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sparkly16:
The percent concentration of a certain drug in the bloodstream t hours after the drug is administered is given by formula
a) find the pe…
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An avantgrade painting is to have a rectangular central abstract theme covering 384cm^2 of canvas with an orange 6cm margin at the top and …
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A rectangular bin, 1m high, is going to be constructed in the corner of a garage to contain odds and ends. The walls of the garage will prov…
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In a ripple tank, one complete wave is sent out every 0.10 seconds. The wave is stopped with a stroboscope and is found that the separation …
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dimpless:
solve
4(3x  2)=6x
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dimpless:
50 = –6x + 4x – 8
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A 0.25 kg ball is attached to a 23 cm piece of string. The ball raised so the string is taut and horizontal, the released so that the ball a…
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Solve for x:
log^(5x+9)(x^(2)+6x+9) + log^(x+3) (5x^(2)+24x+27)=4
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A spring with a force constant 400 N/m hangs vertically. You attach a 2.2 kg block to it and allow the mass to fall. What is the max distanc…
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Solve for x.
a) 2^1x = 9^x+1
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A circus car with a clown has a total mass of 150 kg. It is coasting at 6.0 m/, when it hits a large spring head on. If it is brought to a s…
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What does this statement trying to get at?
"We wouldn't make roads out of tar if the bacteria ate them."
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The main loop on a roller coaster has a radius of 14 m. The velocity of the coaster stays constant at 15 m/s. Find the acceleration (caused …
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The angle of inclination of a surface increased from 0 to θ and an object is placed on that surface. Prove that the object will start slidin…
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Use the quadratic formula to solve the following...
3x^2+2x8=0
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You are pulling a sled and a rider with combined mass of 82 kg up a 6.5 degree slope at a steady speed. If the coefficient of kinetic fricti…
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joe.a.23:
Factor 2x^2+4x1
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3c12=5+c
help! I don't understand
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What is the horizontal velocity a tennis player must give to a tennis ball if the height of the is 2.4 m, the player is 13 m away from the 0…
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A car accelerates from rest with a 0.2m/^2 acceleration for 5 seconds and kept the same speed for 10 minutes and applied the brakes decelera…
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32(64)87
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A car accelerates from rest with a 0.2m/^2 acceleration for 5 seconds and kept the same speed for 10 minutes and applied the brakes decelera…
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A racing car started from rest with acceleration 0.2m/s^2, one second later another car started from rest also with acceleration 0.25m/s^2 i…
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Prove that a) is dimensionally correct
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A racing car started from rest with acceleration 0.2m/s^2, one second later another car started from rest also with acceleration 0.25 in the…
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You drop a rock off a high cliff to the sea below. When the rock is several metres below you, you drop a second rock from the same location.…
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Prove that a) is dimensionally correct
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