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December 12, 2013

# Posts by Robert

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calculus
Thanks Reiny and Steve. Now to pass the exam!

calculus
Calculate the following integral: ∫ dx / x(1 - √x)^2

Calculus
thanks Steve! You're a lifesaver

Calculus
Calculate the following integral: ∫ sec^4 (3x)/ tan^3 (3x) dx For this one, can I bring up the tan to tan^-3?

Algebra
Algebra Question: A team wins 15 of their first 20 games. If they win only half the time from now on, how many games will they have to play in order to win 60% of their total games? I have it figured out manually, but cant get it in equation form.

Calculus - Question
If I go with my first assumption I get this: ∫ sec^4 (3x) tan^-3 (3x) = ∫ sec^3 (3x) tan^-4 (3x) sec(3x)tan(3x) dx = ∫ sec^3 (3x) (sec^-4 3x - 1)sec(3x)tan(3x) dx u = sec(3x) dx du = 3sec(3x)tan(3x) dx > 1/3du = 1/3 ∫ u^3 (u^-4 - 1) du = 1/3 ∫ ...

Calculus - Question
Or do I use the rule of ∫ sec^n x dx divided by the rule of ∫ tan^n x dx?

Calculus - Question
Am I allowed to do this? for the integral of ∫ sec^4 (3x)/ tan^3 (3x) dx I change it to ∫ sec^4 (3x) tan^-3 (3x) From here I use the rule for trigonometry functions.

Linear Algebra
Last number from the sample test! A plane P passes by the coordinates: A(1,0,-7); B(-2,-1,0); C(0,0,-3) Using the equation of the line D: x= 7+12t, y= -1-6t, z= 2-2t, Find the equation of a line that's entirely part of the plane P and that is perpendicular to the line D at...

Linear Algebra 2
This is another question I can't figure out. Given planes pie1 and pie2 defined as: pie1: 2x + 5y - 7x + 2 = 0 pie2: x + y - z + 3 = 0 (b) Give the equation of the line of intersection of these two planes. I only found the answer for (a) where they ask to find the angle be...

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