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A complex numbers question: 3+2i is the center of a square, and one vertex is 1+5i. Find the others.
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show that:
 updated 11 months ago
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Please help me solve the following question of vectors:
 updated 11 months ago
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Please help me solve this sum on complex numbers:
 updated one year ago
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v and w are nonparallel vectors. Show that (v + 2w)x(v  3w) = k(v x w), where the real number k is to be found.
 updated one year ago
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C = 2cos(x) + 4cos(2x) + 8cos(3x) + ... + 2^n cos(nx)
S = 2sin(x) + 4sin(2x) + 8sin(3x) + ... + 2^n sin(nx)y
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Please help me solve the following sum on complex numbers:
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Please help me solve the following sum on complex numbers (Part 2):
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Please help me solve the following sum on complex numbers:
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Help me solve the following statistics sum:
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If sin(xa) = ksin(x+a), express tanx in terms of k and a
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integrate the following:
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integrate the following:
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Find a simple expression for the term:
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Ok, so I have my tok presentation due. And I went and spoke to me teacher to get some tips as to what I could talk about, and once I told hi…
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dh/dx = (1lnx)/(x^2*ln10) Given that the only stationary pt is a maximum, deduce without values that e^pi >pi^e ??
 updated one year ago
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integrate (7x^2 + 5)^1
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y = cos(x^2), dy/dx = 2xsin(x^2)
FInd the coordinates of M such that the xcoordinate is between 0 and 1, and that the normal at that p…
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Write the following expression as the sum of three partial fractions:
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I have
(x^2  p^2)e^xt*sin(pt+y) + (x^2 + p^2)x
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the line y = m(x1) passes through the pont (1,0) and divides the region bounded by y = (x1) and (5x) and the xaxis into 2 subregions, w…
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differentiate (1+x^2)^0.5 and hence using integration by parts, show that:
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Find the value of:
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This is a question about integrals.
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use the derivative of cos^2(x) to find the integral:
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Using the substitution x = cos^2(x) OR OTHERWISE, find:
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Using the substitution x = cos^2(x) OR OTHERWISE, find:
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Using the substitution u = 1+(x)^1/2 find:
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Solve:
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Anyone here any good at integration by parts and stuff??
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