Whoops, sorry about that. It does seem like you still wind up with 1/0. Hmm... let's see when you graph it it looks like it's approaching -infinity so that's probably why you keep winding up with 1/0 since that will give you infinity technically. Also, I don't ...
November 4, 2015
Use L'hopitals rule to find the limit. If you take the derivative of the top, and the derivative of the bottom derivative of lnx = (1/x) and the derivative of x = 1 You should be able to eliminate your problem with the 0.
November 4, 2015
A truck with a mass of 2200 kg, moving at 31 m/s (69 mph), crashes into an immovable wall. It crumples; after the collision, the truck is 0.65m shorter in length than it was before. What is the average speed and how long did the collision last? I was confused on how to start ...
September 7, 2015
Mary is y years old. Write an algebraic expression in terms of y for the age of A) her brother, who is 4 years older. B) her mother, who is 3 times as old. C) her sister, who is 2 years younger.
November 13, 2014
A 0.230-kg block along a horizontal track has a speed of 1.70 m/s immediately before colliding with a light spring of force constant 48.0 N/m located at the end of the track. What is the spring's maximum compression if the track is frictionless?
July 4, 2012
if 20% of the people in a community use the library in one year, find these probabilities. a) at most 3 people used the library b) exactly 3 people used the library c) at least 5 people used the library
August 8, 2011
1. What is the value of the equilibrium constant for the reaction occurring in the cell shown below at 298 K? Ag(s) | Ag+(aq, 1 M) || Cu2+(aq, 1 M) | Cu(s) Report your answer to four significant figures in scientific notation (1.234E-3 or 1.234E3). Can anyone explain the steps...
April 29, 2011
To determine the value of ÄG°f(AgI2(aq)), a researcher measured the concentrations at equilibrium to be: [I3]eq = 4.07 M and [I2]eq = [AgI2]eq = 0.686 M at 298 K. 2 Ag(s) + 2 I3(aq) <------> 2 AgI2(aq) + I2(aq) ÄH°f(kJ/mole...
April 17, 2011
11th grade Physics
Consider a situation in which your car, when coasting down a straight downhill road, acquires a constant velocity. In this situation: a. gravity is the only force on the car b. friction is the only force acting on the car c. the net force acting on the car is zero d. there ...
November 5, 2010
I am in dire need of assistance. Can anyone tell me the forumula/solution to transforming inqualities into equivalent inequalities with y alone on one side? I really don't understand this.
October 18, 2007
What government imposed barries stop or hinder the export of automobiles? In almost all cases, trade barriers are imposed to restrict IMPORTS. Is that what you meant? India was a prime example, but that situation is changing. There were others.
February 27, 2007
Look up or derive the frequencies of the standing waves of a length of wire, L, clamped at the ends and under tension. What are the similarities and differences between a vibrating string and a resonating pipe? Does the diameter of the wire matter? Does the diameter of the ...
February 8, 2007