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A freshwater pipeline is to be run from a source on the edge of a lake to a small resort community o… Show more A freshwater pipeline is to be run from a source on the edge of a lake to a small resort community # … Show more Suppose that f ” is continuous on [1, 3] and

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… Show more Suppose that f ” is continuous on [1, 3] and f(1) = 5, f(3) = %u22123, f ‘(1) = 4, and f ‘(3) = 7. Evaluate 3 x f ”(x) dx. x f ”(x) dx. 1 x f ”(x) dx. • Show # convert polar equation r= (1-2 sin (theta)) to rectangular f

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convert polar equation r= (1-2 sin (theta)) to rectangular form # around the… Show more Find the surface area of the surface

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around the… Show more Find the surface area of the surface of revolution generated by revolving the graph , around the x-axis. • Show less Posted By George smith

I… Show more Differentiate y=arcsinx+x*sqrt(1-x^2) y’=1/sqrt(1-x^2) + (1)(sqrt(1-x^2))+x(1/2)(1-x^2)^-1/2 (-2x) I’m missing the rest of the steps to get to final answer.. Answer is y’=2sqrt(1-x^2) • Show less # What is the instantaneous rate of change of the first deriva

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What is the instantaneous rate of change of the first derivative of y with respect to x for 2xy+y=1… Show more What is the instantaneous rate of change of the first derivative of y with respect to x for 2xy+y=1 for x=0.5? please show all # The force F (in N) on an object is F=12 dv/dt + 2.0v + 5.0,

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The force F (in N) on an object is F=12 dv/dt + 2.0v + 5.0, where v is the velocity (in m/s) and t i… Show more The force F (in N) on an object is F=12 dv/dt + 2.0v + 5.0, where v is # Aleena is the manager of the northern division of a large co

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Aleena is the manager of the northern division of a large corporate house. At what level does she wo… More » # y= (tan x )^1/x

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y= (tan x )^1/x