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April 19, 2014

April 19, 2014

Total # Posts: 9

**Physics**

David is driving a steady 24.0m/s when he passes Tina, who is sitting in her car at rest. Tina begins to accelerate at a steady 2.90m/s2 at the instant when David passes. How far does Tina drive before passing David? What is her speed as she passes him?

**Physics**

David is driving a steady 24.0m/s when he passes Tina, who is sitting in her car at rest. Tina begins to accelerate at a steady 2.90m/s2 at the instant when David passes.

**English**

Bias can be identified as favourable or unfavorable. What are the unfavourable bias for: 1. dog 2. growling 3. darkness 4. expressed 5. viewpoint 6. frankly 7. questioned 8. group 9. investors 10. developing 11. new 12. trusting Examples are: smart - cunning little - puny work...

**math**

Mary's test grades were 81, 89, 86, 86, and 84. Mary's teacher recorded one of her grades incorrectly. Instead of an 89, Mary's second test score should have been a 55. Which measure(s) of central tendency are affected by this change?

**math**

whats the equation of a line

**Physics**

how did you get the 2.5 rev/s

**asymptotes and discontinuity 2???**

consider the function f(x) = 1/x - 1 for x not=0 and f(x) = 0 for x = 0. decide whether f(x) has a)one symptote and two discontinuities b)two asymptotes and two discontinuities c)two asymptotes and one discontinuity I'm not sure if you mean 1/(x-1) or (1/x) - 1 here, but I...

**limitas, asymptotes and discontinuities??**

f(x) = 1/(x^2-x-2) does f(x) have two or three asymptotes does f(x) have one or two discontinuities We have f(x) = 1/(x^2-x-2) or f(x)=1/[(x-2)(x+1)] f has vert. asympt. at the roots of the denominator. As x becomes unbounded in either direction you should be able to see that ...

**math calculus please help!**

l = lim as x approaches 0 of x/(the square root of (1+x) - the square root of (1-x) decide whether: l=-1 or l=0 or l=1 Let me make sure I understand the question. Do we have lim x->0 x/[sqrt(1+x) - sqrt(1-x)] ? If so then multiply the expression by [sqrt(1+x) + sqrt(1-x)]/[...

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