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Hi everyone,
Can someone please explain how Limit(1+cos(x))^tan(x) as x> (pi/2) is equal to natural e?
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 updated 11 months ago
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Hey I have a problem with limits.
In my example, I have: lim(sinx * cosx  sinx)/x^3 , as x>0
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 updated one year ago
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Hey just wondering if I can factor out the x in:
sqrt(9x^2+x) +3x
 updated one year ago
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Limit question here, I'm confused on how to get the answer:
 updated one year ago
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Can someone help me with this infinity limit problem? Not quite sure where to start. I tried doing the sum of two cubes then didn't know wha…
 updated one year ago
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I can't remember how to do this algebra, can someone please help:
 updated one year ago
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Can someone remind me what [[x]] means?
 updated one year ago
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Hi can someone algebraically walk me through this LIMIT problem WITHOUT using l'Hospital's rule:
lim(1/(x sqrt(1+x))  (1/x)) as x > 0
 updated one year ago
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Can someone explain to me why theta 4 is related to theta 1 in this picture?
 updated one year ago
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Hey im stumped, what is the antiderivative of 2/x
 updated one year ago
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Hi guys. So for my calculus textbook I see that all of the answers for the anti derivatives come out as something like 1/2*x^2.
I'm just …
 updated one year ago
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Hey guys, I have a algebra question here.
So I have f(x) = ln x @ closed interval [1, 4]
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 updated one year ago
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Hi guys quick question, can there be two absolute min/max values if both points are equal?
 updated one year ago
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Hi guys, I am trying to find the derivative using l'Hospital's Rule.
The problem is: lim x> pi/2 ==> (1sin)/(1+cos(2x))…
 updated one year ago
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hey guys, i have a derivative question, what is the simplest way to solve this problem without making a mess. I will attach question onto po…
 updated one year ago
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can someone help me with this derivative problem:
f(x) = x/e^x…
 updated one year ago
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hey guys, i have a derivative question:
f(x) = (x^3 + 2x) e^x…
 updated one year ago
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Suppose A is the angle opposite the side of length 5 in a 51213 triangle. Find the sine and
cosine of half the angle A.
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 updated one year ago
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Explain the connection between angles and complex numbers we've been relying on. Illustrate
this by finding the sine and cosine of
1. A 2…
 updated one year ago
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Explain the connection between angles and complex numbers we've been relying on. Illustrate
this by finding the sine and cosine of
1. A 2…
 updated one year ago
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On the planet Rigel 8, there are microorganisms that split into 3 identical copies every second,
and never die.
1. What function describes…
 updated one year ago
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A certain nasty bacterium splits every 1.2 seconds (into two nasty bacteria). These bacteria
never die. a) What is the doubling time of a p…
 updated one year ago
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hey guys, kinda confused about this one. Im not sure what he wants. the question is:
What is the square of 12/13 + 5/13 i? What does this…
 updated one year ago
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Hi everyone, having problems with this:
A certain nasty bacterium splits every 1.2 seconds (into two nasty bacteria). These bacteria
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 updated one year ago
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Hi everyone, I have a problem that I don't remember learning about in class. If anyone can help, it'd be well welcomed!
QUESTION:
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 updated one year ago
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Hey guys, i need to prove that F(X+Y) = F(X) * F(Y).
Any help will be appreciated I will attach the actual question with this post.
 updated one year ago
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Hi Openstudy, I want to solve two coefficients:
2A + 2B = 6 and
2A + 2B = 4
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 updated one year ago
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Write in "factorial" system.
a.) 244
b.) 1000
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Write in "factorial" system.
a.) 244
b.) 1000
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In how many ways can 8 employees be assigned to 3 identical offices? The answer is 1094, please explain how to get that answer.
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 updated one year ago
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