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Find the two straight lines that are perpendicular to y=0.25x and tangent to the curve f(x)=1/x?
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\[\lim_{x \rightarrow 1} \frac{ \sqrt[6]{x}1 }{ \sqrt[3]{x}1 }\]
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Suppose that the temperature, T, in degrees Celsius, varies with the height h, in km, above the earth's surface according to the equation T(…
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Your 6 ft tall math teacher is walking towards a building at a rate of 5ft/sec. If there is a light on the ground 50ft from the building, ho…
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Two ships start out from harbour at the same time: one travels northeast and the other southeast. If the first has a speed of 16 km/h and th…
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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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Cassandra and Marissa leave at the same time from their homes and head toward the park for their weekly soccer game. Cassandra rides her sco…
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Cassandra and Marissa leave at the same time from their homes and head toward the park for their weekly soccer game. Cassandra rides her sco…
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A spotlight on the ground shines on a wall 12 m away. If a man 2 m tall walks from the spotlight toward the building at a speed of 1.3 m/s, …
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V=1/3(pi)r^2h and r=h, find dr/dt if dV/dt=4, when r=h=6
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The percent concentration of a certain drug in the bloodstream t hours after the drug is administered is given by formula
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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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Find exact value for sin(pi/64).
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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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A billiard ball of mass 0.155 kg is rolling directly away from you at 3.5 m/s. It collides with a stationary golf ball of mass 0.052 kg. The…
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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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log[5x+9](x^(2)+6x+9)+log[x+3](5x^(2)+24x+27)=4
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Solve for x:
5^(3x+1) = 12^(x+4)
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Why would it be hard to find the ideal light intensity if the temperure were very hot or cold?
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A 175 kg cart is pushed along level ground for 18 m, with a force of 430 N and then released.
a) Determine how fast was the cart been tra…
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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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A beam of electrons is caused to move in a circular path of radius 3.00 m at a velocity of 2.00 x 10^7 m/s. The electron mass is 9.11 x 10^…
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Graph each function and determine the domain and range:
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