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December 13, 2013

# Posts by Mishaka

Total # Posts: 106

Calculus (Derivatives)
Using the product rule, find the derivative of the following function: (x^1/2 cscx sinx).

Calculus (Derivatives)
Okay. So, 500/x^2 would be the simplified equation for the derivative, and from here I can figure that the limit is 5,000,000 as h approaches 0. Is this correct?

Calculus (Derivatives)
What is the derivative of the this functon? g(x) = -500/x, x cannot equal 0. I know that in order to fnd the derivative I need to put the function into the equation for evaluating derivatives as limits. lim as h -> 0 (f(x+h) - f(x))/h I did this, but I am having difficultie...

Calculus (Derivatives)
Two particles are moving in straight lines. The displacement (in meters) of particle 1 is given by the function e^(4cos(t)) , where t is in seconds. The displacement (in meters) of particle 2 is given by the function -(t^3)/(3) - (t^2)/(2) + 2 , where t is in seconds. Find the...

Calculus (Derivatives)
A tray of lasagna comes out of the oven at 200°F and is placed on a table where the surrounding room temperature is 70°F. The temperature T (in °F) of the lasagna is given by the function T(t) = e^(4.86753 - t) + 70, where t is time (in hours)after taking the lasag...

English Language
Could you please explain to me how it is used incorrectly? You aren't giving much reasoning behind your answer, you're just giving me an answer.

English Language
Could you please explain to me how it is used incorrectly? You aren't giving much reasoning behind your answer, you're just giving me an answer.

English Language
Sorry, according to my lesson, my antecedent deduction was correct and your verb tense argument was wrong.

English Language
Okay, so it should be more along the lines of "he has made money giving lectures," in order to show that he currently possesses the money.

English Language
So, according to your link, the verb tenses for this sentence are appropriate. Thus, the pronoun "it" in the subordinate clause needs to be replaced with a more descriptive word or group of words like "his argument." Would this be true?

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