My birthday is in five weeks and I wanted to know if I could order alcohol in a bar before the midnight strikes.
I live in California.
Also, should I go to Las Vegas?! I'm thinking about it, but a lot of my friends are underage like 20 or 19.1 AnswerEntertaining7 years ago
Would the light reactions, with continual light, be able to continually produce ATP and NADPH?2 AnswersBiology7 years ago
The equation is :
-x^2 + 4x - 1 = 0, x = 0
And for this other example it asks me to find the negative solution:
x^4 - 3 = 0, x = 1
(x^2) / (3x - 1) dx
OF course, I was able to find u(x) and the derivative. But that is all.
The equation is f(t) = (t+5)^6 (t-3)^4
I used the log rule where you add these together, and then move with the power rule to get those exponents in front. The last step I can't figure out how the help does it.
This is how far I get: f '(x) / f (x) which is 6(1) /(t+5) + 4(1) /(t-3)
My root is x^2 - 9x - 3 in the range of 3 < x < 13
3 decimal places of accuracy (that is, within 0.0005).
So I have to choose an initial point on the x-axis, then type in the equation tangent to the graph of the function (x-not, f(x-not))
I cant find the symbol for that x and the subscript of zero.
But anyway, how do we do this part?
I was successful with someone when we did the the closest approximation when you keep doing it until you get close enough.
x^2 + 2x - 154 AnswersMathematics7 years ago
I'm supposed to find the displacement for velocity and acceleration when t = 1sec. For velocity ( or the first derivative) I got 6.
I can't figure out the acceleration.
e^x if x in (-2, 0)
ln(x + 1) + 1 if x in (0, 1)
ln(2e/x) if x in [1, 3)
I've been able to solve the given values for the derivative for the first and second.
But I need to find the derivative of f at x = 1
Angus McGee is designing a cattle ranch in the shape of a rectangle, with 2 rectangular interior sections separated by parallel walls, using fencing material made of split rail snake fence. He wants the cattle ranch to have an area of 1200 square miles, and he wants to enclose it as cheaply as possible, using the fewest linear miles of fencing that he can.
What should the length and width be, and what would be the length of fence, of Angus McGee's optimal cattle ranch?
I know the site tells me to use the equation 2X + 5Y = 1200, but it isn't working. Does anyone have another way to solve these kinds of problems? It's the opposite of determining how much fencing you need.