Nzewi Ernest Kenechukwu
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A distance function d is said to be defined as d(x, y) = |x² - y²| for all x, y ∈ ℝ. Prove that d is not a metric on ℝ.
- 2 AnswersMathematics1 year ago
The answer to the problem given is
[(b - c)^(3/8) - (b + c)^(3/8)] / [b^(2) - c^(2)]
How this came to be, I have no idea.3 AnswersMathematics1 year ago
Explanations are needed on how the question is solved.
Thanks!1 AnswerEngineering1 year ago
A school principal and his wife, as well as three other tutors are to be seated in a row, so that the principal and his wife are both seated next to each other. Find the total number of ways this can done.
I really need help on this. I would be glad if an explanation be provided alongside with the calculation. Thanks!
Show that for a single particle with constant mass, the equation of motion implies the following differential equations for kinetic energy:
dT/dt = F • V, while if the mass varies with time, the corresponding equation is
d(mT)/dt = F • P
I will be glad, if the explanation is provided alongside with the calculation.
Thanks!2 AnswersPhysics2 years ago
Prove that |- x| = |x|, where x is a member of the real number system.4 AnswersMathematics2 years ago
State without proof a theorem to guarantee the existence of a unique solution to the differential equation: y' = f(x, y), hence show that the differential equation: y' = y^(2/3); y(0) = 0 has infinitely many solutions.
Find out whether the function f(x, y) = x sin(y) satisfies the Lipschitz condition...2 AnswersMathematics2 years ago
(k² + k)x - (k² - k)y - (k - 3)z = 30 If the given equality above always holds regardless of the value of k, what is x + y + z?
I really need a helping hand on this question.