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July 28, 2014

Posts by Goizueta


Total # Posts: 10

math
There are 50 19/50 = .38

math
30 = total 15/30 = .5:1 or 1:2 like b-ball 10/30 = .333:1 or 1:3 like soccer 5/30 = .166:1 or 1:6 like softball

Math
correct, so rounding it to the nearest whole number would result in 6

math
4rt625^3 just move the 4 in front and call that the root

5th grade
677

science
Hi! It's asking to identify the freezing point of the particular substance (which I do not know) and label on the graph where it would be a frozen (a solid) or liquid

math
Those are not the right ratios 5/6 + 1/6 already equals 1, leaving out an entire 1/3 it should be 1/2, 1/3, 1/6 divide the number, n, with the total n/total 15/30, 10/30, 5/30 and simplify

calculus
Using the product rule (1)(e^-2x)+(x)(-2x)(e^-2x) (e^-2x)(1+2x^2)

calculus
(x-5)^-2 or 1/(x-5)^2

Calculus
Yes. You can solve it with f''(x) and find where it crosses (not touches!) the x-axis

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