Sunday
December 8, 2013

# Posts by Dalia

Total # Posts: 26

Calculus
Find the following limit if it exists, or explain why it does not exist: lim as x approaches -infinity of square root of (9x^6-x^2) divided by x^3+5

math
You are given that a function f is defined and continuous at every real number x except x=2. Also, f(x)=0 precisely for x=1 and 7. Finally, you know that f(-3)=4, f(1.5)=2, f(4)= -3, and f(10)=6. Solve the inequality f(x) > 0.

Math (Calc.)
1.Use the IVT to explain why the following is true. If f continuous on (a,b) and f(x) does not equal to zero for all x in the interval (a,b), then f(x) > for all x in the interval (a,b) or f(x) < 0 for all x in the interval (a,b). 2. You are given that a function f is de...

Science
Can a barge carry a heavier load without sinking in fresh water or salt water

Psycology
What does Framing means?

chemistry
because iodine has sublimation property so to not decrease its amount & has false result

us history
What is the Missouri Comprmise?

Math
y2-y1 5-1 4 1 _____= _________=_______=______ x2-x1 1/4-(-2) 1/4+2 9