do you know any websites that have any primary sources dealing with the roman empire, such as religion, war and conflict, culture, etc?
For y sec(x) = 3x tan(y), the direction above it says "Regard y as the independent variable and x as the dependent variable and use implicit differentiation to find dx/dy." I do now know if that makes any different and I believe I have 4 lives left. For the x3 + y3= ...
Thank you! For y sec(x) = 3x tan(y) I got dy/dx = (3 tan(y) - y tan(x)sec(x)) / (sec(x) - 3x sec²(y)) but it was still incorrect... I have no idea how to do y = arctan[(sqrt((1 + x)/(1 - x)))] because i never did this type of problem before, help please. here is another p...
Thank for replying =D. Unfortunately, I have been using implicit differentiation and I do not fully understand the logarithm. I am still getting an incorrect answer. Please show me an example on how to solve these problems. Thank you.
Can anyone help me find the derivative of these functions? y = x^2x y = x^-cos(x) y = ln(7x^2 + 5y^2) sqrt(3x+y)=2+x^2y^2 ysec(x) = 3xtan(y) y = arctan[(sqrt((1 + x)/(1 - x)))]
It must be an elementary question because I too have the same question on my homework. I was thinking the shape they are looking for is a trapezoid but still having problems getting to the .95 out of .30, 1.25 and 1.00
english 7th grade
whatever memory you choose, how were you felling at exactly that time, right then and a stanza is like the seperate paragraphs in a poem like when it skips a couple lines those seperate paragraphs are stanzas hope i could help=)
christopher columbus was looking for a way to india and accidentily found america instead