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|$4.00||Mathematics||Please provide a solution to this question and show work||Complete Solution Provided
...culator is: t = -3.452 This corresponds to a p-value of: p = .003626 or .36326% 2) find the difference of the means between the two groups Over-weigth mean - Normal w...
|Sep. 06, 2012 at 06:32:46AM|
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|Jun 06, 2012 at 4:00:44PM|
|$15.00||Mathematics||Calculus - Find Limits (Beginner)||Pefect response with excellent explanations. Providing a $5 discount
...2x to the denominator] lim(x->inf) sqrt(x)/e^2x [this now makes inf/inf which requires L'hopital's rule] lim(x->inf) [1/2sqrt(x)]/2e^2x [rewrite] lim(x->inf) 1/4sqrt(x)e^2x [evaluate to inf] 2) li......
|May. 17, 2012 at 06:43:08AM|
|$0.25||Mathematics||A vending machine contains nickels...||Complete Solution
...re nickels than dimes n = 95 + d Substitute .05(95 + d) + .10d =...
|Sep. 05, 2011 at 10:31:48AM|
|$1.00||Physics||Please help me resolve this Mechanics question.||Easy explanation from Mechanical Engineer
...ion, a, will be represented by gravity, g, which is a constant -9.81m/s 2. i) since we are asked for the speed of the object when it is 2.1m above the ground, we can use the 2nd equation v final =......
|Jan 06, 2010 at 3:32:37PM|
|$2.50||Physics||basketball player jump time||Easy understanding
...can be ignored as it tells us a different time) Now, the basketball player will spend time in the bottom 15.3cm on his way down as we ll At top: v = 0 using: Î”y = v ot + (1/2)(a)(t 2) we can......
|Dec 18, 2009 at 6:22:09PM|
|$1.00||Mathematics||Calculus Help||Best explanation
...g integral: âˆ«|t|dt from -7 to 14 We know from properties of absolute values that the absolute v...
|Dec 07, 2009 at 1:30:36PM|
... Area of semicircle = (1/2)*Î *r 2 ...
|Dec 03, 2009 at 1:23:38PM|
|$0.50||Mathematics||primeter and area||Great price
... square P = 4*13 = 52m Area...
|Dec 03, 2009 at 1:21:37PM|
|$1.00||Mathematics||Math Question||Easy explanation
...Let's break up into pieces The product -> multipl...
|Dec. 02, 2009 at 10:56:37AM|
|$1.00||Physics||Problem 10.4||Answer from Mechanical Engineer
...0(3)(cos180) = 1500(-1) = -1500J ...
|Dec 01, 2009 at 11:16:13PM|
|$1.00||Physics||Problem 10.25||Answer from Mechanical Engineer
...mpresses it. PE spring = (1/2)(k)(x 2) = (1/2)(30...
|Dec 01, 2009 at 11:09:58PM|
|$1.00||Physics||Problem 10.55||Answer from Mechanical Engineer
...KE = 0, PE g = .16335, PE spring = 0 .16335 = mgy .16335 = (.057)(9.81)(y)...
|Dec 01, 2009 at 11:07:20PM|
|$0.75||Mathematics||smokey99 HELP||Each step shown in simplifying process, plus a discount
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|Dec 01, 2009 at 3:04:47PM|
|$6.00||Mathematics||UOP QRB 501 WEEK 3 PROBLEM||Graph provided with a detailed explanation of the graph and the meaning as applied to real business
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|Dec 01, 2009 at 2:44:07PM|
|$1.00||Mathematics||find the slope of the line that passes t||great explanation of what slope is and how to solve
...x, how does your y value (dependent variable) change. slope = m...
|Nov. 30, 2009 at 10:29:44AM|
|$4.00||Mathematics||Natural Logarithm||Tutorial Provided with detailed explanations
...finition of a natural logarithm as: ln(x) = âˆ« 1x (1/t)dt, x>0 1)Â Find the derivative of y = ln(x) y = ln(x)Â [substitute ln(x) wi...
|Nov 25, 2009 at 1:11:08PM|
|$1.00||Physics||physics||You must have done it right, just a slight mistake
...lem says is off by a multiple of then. You know the following: T = F*...
|Nov. 19, 2009 at 10:21:45AM|
|$1.00||Mathematics||Trig solution||Perfect answer
.../3 tan(5x) = sqrt3 [use unit circle to find where tangent is ...
|Nov 18, 2009 at 4:57:24PM|
|$10.00||Mathematics||College Algebra||Explanations provided, not just answers
...We could then determine the length of the diagonal (the diagonal is important because monitors and TVs are advertised for the thier diagonal lengths) a^2 + b^2 = c^2 10^2 + 12^2 = c^2 100 + 144 =......
|Nov 18, 2009 at 2:06:22PM|
|$3.00||Mathematics||please help me with these questions||Detailed Explanation of Permutations and Combinations
...e from the 6 to come into my class. They were not going to sit, just come in and that's it. Then if I pick, say Mary, first or 2nd or 3rd, it does not matter when she is picked because she gets no......
|Nov. 18, 2009 at 10:50:48AM|
|$0.75||Mathematics||composition of functions and inverse functions||Excellent Explanation with correct answers
... (5sqrt(x+6)) 5 - 6 = (x+6) - 6 = x+6 - 6 = x Questions 1 - 4 - to find an inverse, you must switch the x and y variable and then solve for y 1. f(x) = 2x - 5 y = 2x - 5 [switch the vari...
|Nov 17, 2009 at 3:29:47PM|
|$1.00||Mathematics||double times and half times||Answer with precise details
...the population doubles in 17 years. 2(127866) = 127866e 17r [divide by 127866] 2 = e 17r [take the ln of b...
|Nov 17, 2009 at 12:39:56PM|
|$0.60||Mathematics||Please help me with this Calculus proble||Detailed solution at a discounted price
... you can use the constraint to solve for one of the variables. This will then be substituted into the objective function to give us a function in terms of one variable. x = 1200 - 3y P(y) = (1200-...
|Nov. 17, 2009 at 08:06:08AM|
|$1.00||Mathematics||help me thank toy||Correct Answers with explanations for each
... distributed to each term. Hence the property is called the distributive property 3. 6(x-5) = ...
|Nov. 17, 2009 at 07:59:36AM|
|$1.00||Mathematics||Calculus Help||Answer with solid explanation
...irst term = 24 last = last term = 144 n = number of terms which can be found using: a n = a...
|Nov 16, 2009 at 1:41:28PM|
|$0.75||Mathematics||Calculus Help||Sum given using simple arithemtic formula
...metic sequence with a common difference ofÂ 3, we have the following ...
|Nov 16, 2009 at 1:35:31PM|
|$1.00||Mathematics||Calculus Help||Full answer with steps shown
...k 2 - Î£k Î£k 2 = k(k+1)(2k+1)/6 Î£k = k(k+1)/2 combining, we get: k(k+1)(2k+1)/6 - k(k+1)/2Â (common denominator = 6) ...
|Nov 16, 2009 at 1:32:27PM|
|$1.00||Mathematics||Calculus Help||Notice that this is an arithmetic sequence
...common difference of +1 from each term to the next. This defines an arithmetic sequ...
|Nov 16, 2009 at 1:16:49PM|
|$0.75||Mathematics||Calculus||Summation given using simple defined formulas
...ing formulas can be used to solve each term: Î£k 2 = (k)(k 1)(2k 1)/6 = (6)(7...
|Nov 16, 2009 at 1:13:27PM|
|$0.75||Mathematics||Calculus||Can be solved using an arithmetic formula
...ines an aritmetic series which can be solved using the following formula: Sum = (n/2)(1st...
|Nov 16, 2009 at 1:02:34PM|
|$0.35||Mathematics||Precal compounded interest||Formula given at a great price
... r*n We have compounding continously, so we will use the second equation: Question 1) Find the time it takes to double ...
|Nov. 16, 2009 at 11:29:43AM|