Friday

May 6, 2016
Total # Posts: 25

**probabilty**

There are 4 baskets. The first basket has 3 apples and 4 oranges, the second one has 4 apples and 5 mangoes, the third one has 6 Mangoes and 2 bananas and the last one has 7 bananas and 2 apples. If a fruit is randomly chosen from any basket and it comes out to be an apple, ...
*September 23, 2015*

**science**

A NEGLIGIBLY SMALL current is passed through a wire of length 15 m and of uniform cross-section 60x 10^7 m2 and its resistance is measured to be 50.what is the restivity of the material at the temperature of the experiment.
*June 5, 2015*

**English**

Literary Analysis Assignment I have to defend the villain in a fairy tale by persuading ymy audience that he or she was set up. I have to convince the audience that the villain has been misrepresented and his/her motives were misunderstood. The body of the essay must support ...
*September 5, 2012*

**algebra**

how do I use the emlination method to slove the system of equation 5r + 3t = -1?
*August 24, 2011*

**geometry**

focus of y-5=[x-6]
*August 22, 2011*

**statistics**

A friend offers you the following game: You will roll 2 fair dice. If the sum of the two numbers obtained is 2,3,4,9,10,11,or 12 the friend will pay you $20. However, if the sum of the two numbers is 5, 6,7, or 8, you pay your friend $20. This friend points out to you that ...
*April 11, 2011*

**statistics**

According to a survey 35% of adults are against using animals for research. Assume that this result holds true for the current population of all adullts. Let X be the number of adults who are against using animals for research in a random sample of 2 adults. Find the ...
*April 9, 2011*

**calculus**

A) How do you prove that if 0(<or=)x(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(x+1)(<or=)10? B) So once that is found, then how can you prove that if 0(<or=)u(<or=)v(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(u+1)(<or=)sqrt(v+1)(<or=)10? * calculus - Damon, Saturday, April 3, ...
*April 6, 2010*

**calculus**

So, what would be the exact limit of the sequence defined in part c? But it says to square the recursive equation and take limits using some limit theorems. How do you do that?
*April 4, 2010*

**calculus**

Which theorem, together with the results of parts a and b, will guarantee convergence? Would it be the convergent sequences are bounded theorem, where if {a_n} converges, then {a_n} is bounded, or would it be the bounded monotonic sequences converge theorem, where 1) if {a_n} ...
*April 4, 2010*

**calculus**

A) How do you prove that if 0(<or=)x(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(x+1)(<or=)10? B) So once that is found, then how can you prove that if 0(<or=)u(<or=)v(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(u+1)(<or=)sqrt(v+1)(<or=)10? * calculus - Damon, Saturday, April 3, ...
*April 4, 2010*

**calculus**

Do you do the limit on the derivative? Or is there another way to prove convergence with a theorem of some sort?
*April 3, 2010*

**calculus**

we want it to converge to 0 right? But does it even converge if it goes to infinity, or is that divergence?
*April 3, 2010*

**calculus**

But doesn't it converge to infinity and not 0?
*April 3, 2010*

**calculus**

But why would you look for the derivative to go to zero? Does it have to do anything with the theorem: If summation of a_n converges then limit_(n-->infinity) of a_n = 0. If so, what would the limit be approaching? 10 or infinity? But if not, then what theorem would we use...
*April 3, 2010*

**calculus**

thank you! Additionally, C) They give a recursively defined sequence: a_1=0.3; a_(n+1)=sqrt((a_n)+1)for n>1 How do you find out the first five terms for it. then prove that this sequence converges. What is a specific theorem that will guarantee convergence, along with the ...
*April 3, 2010*

**calculus**

A) How do you prove that if 0(<or=)x(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(x+1)(<or=)10? B) So once that is found, then how can you prove that if 0(<or=)u(<or=)v(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(u+1)(<or=)sqrt(v+1)(<or=)10?
*April 3, 2010*

**calculus**

A) How do you prove that if 0(<or=)x(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(x+1)(<or=)10? B) So once that is found, then how can you prove that if 0(<or=)u(<or=)v(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(u+1)(<or=)sqrt(v+1)(<or=)10?
*April 3, 2010*

**calculus **

A) How do you prove that if 0(<or=)x(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(x+1)(<or=)10? B) So once that is found, then how can you prove that if 0(<or=)u(<or=)v(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(u+1)(<or=)sqrt(v+1)(<or=)10? C) They give a recursively defined ...
*April 3, 2010*

**Calculus**

A) How do you prove that if 0(<or=)x(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(x+1)(<or=)10? B) So once that is found, then how can you prove that if 0(<or=)u(<or=)v(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(u+1)(<or=)sqrt(v+1)(<or=)10? C) They give a recursively defined ...
*April 2, 2010*

**calculus**

A) How do you prove that if 0(<or=)x(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(x+1)(<or=)10? B) So once that is found, then how can you prove that if 0(<or=)u(<or=)v(<or=)10, then 0(<or=)sqrt(u+1)(<or=)sqrt(v+1)(<or=)10? C) They give a recursively defined ...
*April 1, 2010*

**Science**

The label on a fertilizer says "ammonium phosphate, muriate of potash, sulfate of potash, and manganese oxide." Is this a mixture, solution or a compound? I don't think it could be a solution, but I'm not sure if it'd be a mixture or a compound-Thank you.
*March 13, 2009*

**CHEMISTRY**

For MgSe, which crstallize structure un the rock salt structure, the unit cell edge is 5.45A. Determine the internuclear distance between neighboring Mg2+ and Se2-, as well as the cation and anion radii.
*February 23, 2009*

**CHEMISTRY**

Examine the unit cell of a simple cubic lacttice and show through calculation that the simple cubic packing is 51%
*February 23, 2009*

**Math Question**

both hard
*July 21, 2008*

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