what is the derivative of y=ln (1-x^2)^1/2 so its hard for me to write all of my work on here but i got 1/2(1-x^2) as my answer and that is one of the choices but it is not the correct choice. the correct answer is -x/(1-x^2) how did they get this answer?
in order to find molarity you have to Divide the number of moles of solute by the number of liters of solution. so for this specific problem convert the grams of NaCl to moles and the ml of solution to Liters then divide.
What would the x intercept be?
IF point A is (3,8) and point B is -6,-4)and the slope is 4/3 what would the x and y intercepts be?
How do you do an equation of line perpendicular through y-intercept?
So now I then have to put it in a equation of line parallel thorough (-2,0). How would I do that? Then after that I would have to put equation of line perpendicular through y-intercept. How would I do that too? Thanks so much for help me I really don't understand this!!
Okay!! So would y=-2x+8 be the equation?
So if point A is (2,4) and point B is (3,2) and slope is -2 how would I find the x and y intercepts?
So what would the point of point B be?