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July 25, 2014

July 25, 2014

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**Math**

A football is kicked with an initial velocity of 42 ft/sec at an angle of 35 degrees with the horizontal. How far has the football traveled horizontally after 0.5 sec? round to nearest tenth. Could someone explain this please?
*October 6, 2008 by House*

**Math(repost)**

A football is kicked with an initial velocity of 42 ft/sec at an angle of 35 degrees with the horizontal. How far has the football traveled horizontally after 0.5 sec? round to nearest tenth. Could someone explain this please? x=t|v|cos(x) x=t(42)cos35 x=42tcos35 y=t|v|sin(x)-...
*October 6, 2008 by House*

**Physics.**

A punter kicks a football at an angle of 45 degrees to the ground. The football has an initial velocity of 25 m/s, make a diagram and calculate: a) How long was the football in the air? b) How far does the football travel horizontally? c) What is the maximum height of the ...
*January 13, 2013 by Noemi*

**Integration**

Intergrate ¡ì sec^3(x) dx could anybody please check this answer. are the steps correct? thanks. = ¡ì sec x d tan x = sec x tan x - ¡ì tan x d sec x = sec x tan x - ¡ì sec x tan^2(x) dx = sec x tan x + ¡ì sec x dx - ¡ì sec^3(x) dx = sec x tan x + ln |sec x + tan x| - ¡ì sec^3(...
*October 15, 2006 by Vidal*

**English-SEC Football**

What would be 3 good subpoints for this mainpoint National Championship Records/Bowl Records?
*October 13, 2012 by Yesi*

**Calculus 12th grade (double check my work please)**

2- given the curve is described by the equation r=3cos ¥è, find the angle that the tangent line makes with the radius vector when ¥è=120¨¬. A. 30¨¬ B. 45¨¬ C. 60¨¬ D. 90¨¬ not sure A or D 2.) which of the following represents dy/dx when y=e^-2x Sec(3x)? A.3e^-2x sec(3x) tan (...
*March 6, 2011 by anon*

**English**

I split this sentence into 2 parts is the colon use correct between football and There's? I love college football: There’s nothing like the sound of a fully packed stadium.
*March 13, 2013 by Bernie*

**calculus (check my work please)**

Not sure if it is right, I have check with the answer in the book and a few integral calculators but they seem to get a different answer ∫ sec^3(x)tan^3(x) dx ∫ sec^3(x)tan(x)(sec^2(x)-1) dx ∫ tan(x)sec(x)[sec^4(x)-sec^2(x)] dx ∫ tan(x)sec(x)[(tan^2(x)+...
*June 7, 2012 by Jay*

**physical science**

A football player picks up.the football runs with it and throws it to a teammate, during which of these actions is work being done on the football?
*June 30, 2011 by kesha*

**english**

I love college football: there’s nothing like the sound of a fully packed stadium. Is the words college football capitalizedin this sentence?
*January 20, 2012 by aran*

**Algebra**

A football is kicked off the ground at an initial upward velocity of 20 m/sec. (We are using d=rt-5t^2) a. Calculate the altitude after 2.7 sec b. When will the ball be at 17 m above the ground? c. When is the ball at the highest point? d. How high is the ball at its highest ...
*January 10, 2010 by Austin *

**Physics**

a barefoot field-goal kicker imparts a speed of 30 m/s to a football at rest. If the football has a mass of 0.50 kg and time of contact with the football is 0.0025 s, what is the force exerted on the foot?
*December 11, 2010 by Jesse*

**calculus**

find dy/dx y=ln (secx + tanx) Let u= secx + tan x dy/dx= 1/u * du/dx now, put the derivative of d secx/dx + dtanx/dx in. You may have some challenging algebra to simplify it. Use the chain rule. Let y(u) = ln u u(x) = sec x + tan x dy/dx = dy/du*du/dx dy/du = 1/u = 1/(sec x + ...
*March 9, 2007 by amy*

**Calculus**

Solve: The posistion of a particle moving along a coordinate line is s=sqrt(5+4t), with s in meters and t in seconds. Find the particle's velocity at t=1 sec. A) 2/3 m/sec B) 4/3 m/sec C) -1/3 m/sec D) 1/6 m/sec Thank you!
*December 30, 2012 by Isha*

**Math**

The quarterback of a football team releases a pass at a heights of 7 feet above the playing field, and the football is caught at a height of 4 feet, 30 yards directly downfield. The pass is released at an angle of 35 degrees with the horizontal. The parametric equations for ...
*April 21, 2014 by Brittany*

**Sport - Football**

In FLAG FOOTBALL, how many players are allowed on the field at one time and what are their positions' names? Please help, I'm in Australia and Football just ain't as big as it is in some other countries.
*November 21, 2007 by xX_Supaman_Xx*

**Calculus AP**

I'm doing trigonometric integrals i wanted to know im doing step is my answer right? ∫ tan^3 (2x) sec^5(2x) dx =∫ tan^2(2x) sec^4(2x) tan*sec(2x) dx =∫ (sec^2(2x)-1)sec^4 tan*sec(2x) dx let u=sec x, du= 1/2 tan*sec(2x) dx =1/2∫ (u^2(2x)-1) u^4 du =1/2&#...
*September 22, 2012 by Vicky*

**Precalculus**

The quarterback of a football team releases a pass at a height of 7 feet above the playing field, and the football is caught at a height of 4 feet, 30 yards directly downfield. The pass is released at an angle of 35 degrees with the horizontal. The parametric equations for the...
*April 21, 2014 by Brittany*

**physic**

A football is kicked stright up into the air it hits the ground in 4.6 sec later, what was the greatest height reached?
*September 3, 2011 by Mack*

**Trig**

Find secx if sinx = -4/5 and 270 < x < 360. tan^2x+1=sec^2x (-4/5)^2+1=sec^2x 16/25+1=sec^2x 17/25=sec^2x sqrt 17/5 I don't know if it should be positive or negative.
*March 7, 2008 by does it matter at this point?*

**English **

Football phrases: Can someone help me please? sdnieo ikkc, iocfnf cernro, afle-feirlk, awrd aypl, and udrnao. Can someone help me unscramble these words they are football phrases
*February 7, 2010 by brooke*

**Science**

A football player has to push a blocking sled the length of a football field. What are two ways the workload for the football player could be increased?
*October 11, 2011 by Sierra*

**Sport Strategies ~ Football**

The sport of Association football is quite different from football in American culture. In the statements provided, select the one in which association football and american football are not similar. a. having players wear cleated shoes b. having players kick the ball during ...
*February 12, 2014 by Jenny*

**physics**

A boy hits a football high up in the air . He runs and catches the football before it hits the ground. Which of the two , the boyor the football has had the greater diplacement?
*May 31, 2011 by rahul*

**chemistry; kinetics**

Use the following table to determine the average rate during the period 800 to 1200 seconds for the decomposition of H2O2. 2 H2O2(l) → 2 H2O(l) + O2(g) Time (sec) (H2O2)M 0 2.32 400 1.72 800 1.30 1200 0.98 1600 0.73 a] 1.2 x 10-3M/sec b] 1.6 x 10-3 M/sec c] 2.4 x 10-3M/...
*May 29, 2010 by kris*

**math**

Given the argument and its Euler diagram, determine the syllogism is valid or invalid. Those who play football. don Football and studying donft mix Those who studt Don is a football player ˆdon does not study
*August 1, 2012 by frank*

**Science**

a ball is thrown upward at a speed of 12 m/s. It will reach the top of its path in about: a) 0.6 sec b) 1.2 sec c) 1.8 sec d) 2.4 sec Please explain how you find the answer!!! I cannot figure it out
*February 7, 2012 by Jessica*

**Physics**

Football is kicked up into the air with a velocity of 20m/s. a. Determine the time the football is in the air. b. Determine the maximum height the football would reach. c. As the ball is kicked it encounters a weird horizontal wind that gives it a velocity of 5m/s. Determine ...
*November 19, 2012 by Sarah*

**physics**

A football player is running at a speed of 9m/s hits the goalpost and comes to a stop in 0.050 sec. Calculate his acceleration and compare it with that of gravity.
*September 24, 2012 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

A football player kicks a football with an initial velocity of 30m/s at an angle of 55 degrees relative to the flat ground. a)what is the speed of the football at its highest point b)find the highes point reached c)find the total time in the air d)how far is the football ...
*December 13, 2009 by Daniel*

**math**

How do I derive the secant reduction rule? Integral (sec x)^n dx = Integral (sec x)^(n-2) * (sec x)^2 dx = Integral ((tan x)^2 + 1)^(n/2-1) * (sec x)^2 dx Doing a substitution with: u = tax x du = (sec x)^2 dx = Integral (u^2 + 1)^(n/2-1) * du At this point I'm stuck. Any ...
*November 7, 2007 by mathstudent*

**Calculus PLEASE check my work ,**

1.) which of the following represents dy/dx when y=e^-2x Sec(3x)? A.3e^-2x sec(3x) tan (3x)-2e^-2x Sec(3x)<<<< my choice B.)3e^-2x sec(3x)tan (3x)-2xe^-2x sec(3x) C.)3e^-2x sec(3x)tan (x)-2e^-2x Sec(3x) D.)3e^-2x sec(3x)tan (x)-2xe^-2x sec(3x) 2.)calculate dy/dx if...
*March 12, 2011 by anon*

**English**

10th grade English question: In the sentence: The boys playing football look tired, what would the Participle Modifier, and Object of the participle be? I have been trying to figure it out on my own but I'm not sure if my answers are right. What I came up with was: participle-...
*November 9, 2010 by Amy*

**Math**

Joey kicks a football with an initial velocity of 42'/sec at an angle of 35 degrees to the horizon. what is the longest field goal he can make if the crossbar is 10' high?
*October 25, 2011 by Bob Clark*

**Calculus**

could anybody please explain how sec x tan x - ¡ì sec x tan^2(x) dx = sec x tan x + ¡ì sec x dx - ¡ì sec^3(x) dx What I dont understand about your question is what is ¡ì ? i just want to know if those two equations are equal, if yes, how did one go to the other. I'm not sure ...
*October 16, 2006 by Rain*

**Calculus 12th grade (double check my work please) **

1.) which of the following represents dy/dx when y=e^-2x Sec(3x)? A.3e^-2x sec(3x) tan (3x)-2e^-2x Sec(3x)<<<< my choice B.)3e^-2x sec(3x)tan (3x)-2xe^-2x sec(3x) C.)3e^-2x sec(3x)tan (x)-2e^-2x Sec(3x) D.)3e^-2x sec(3x)tan (x)-2xe^-2x sec(3x) 2.)calculate dy/dx if...
*March 7, 2011 by anon*

**acceleration estimate**

t(sec) 1 1.5 2 2.5 v(ft/sec) 12.2 1.3 13.4 13.7 velocity of an object moving along a line at various times. How do I estimate the object's acceleration(in ft/sec^2) at t=1 TIA t(sec) 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5 v(ft/sec) 12.2 ,1.3 ,13.4 ,13.7 The second velocity of 1.3ft/sec is an error, ...
*December 11, 2006 by Jen*

**math**

In a group of 25 boys, 18 like Association Football whilst 14 like Rugby Football. How many like both kinds of football?
*March 4, 2008 by Linda*

**Math**

Please show me how to solve: Hannah took a survey of 500 students at her school to find out whether they liked baseball or football. The results are shown in the Venn diagram. How many of the students surveyed like football? 28% liked baseball, 32% liked both, 16% liked ...
*November 21, 2011 by Jane*

**physics**

A football punter accelerates a football from rest to a speed of 8 m/s during the time in which his toe is in contact with the ball (about 0.16 s). If the football has a mass of 0.50 kg, what average force does the punter exert on the ball?
*February 17, 2010 by mel*

**physics**

A football punter accelerates a football from rest to a speed of 10 m/s during the time in which his toe is in contact with the ball (about 0.16 s). If the football has a mass of 0.50 kg, what average force does the punter exert on the ball?
*October 6, 2011 by Imani*

**physics**

A football punter accelerates a football from rest to a speed of 10 m/s during the time in which his toe is in contact with the ball (about 0.16 s). If the football has a mass of 0.50 kg, what average force does the punter exert on the ball?
*October 6, 2011 by Imani*

**physics**

a football punter accelerates a football from rest to a speed of 7 m/s during the time in which his toe is in contact with the ball (about 0.18 s). If the football has a mass of 0.50 kg, what average force does the punter exert on the ball?
*November 20, 2011 by marissa*

**physics**

A football punter accelerates a football from rest to a speed of 9 m/s during the time in which his toe is in contact with the ball (about 0.22 s). If the football has a mass of 0.50 kg, what average force does the punter exert on the ball?
*September 26, 2012 by Anonymous*

**college physics**

A football punter accelerates a football from rest to a speed of 7 m/s during the time in which his toe is in contact with the ball (about 0.26 s). If the football has a mass of 0.50 kg, what average force does the punter exert on the ball?
*September 21, 2010 by morgan*

**Physics**

A football punter accelerates a football from rest to a speed of 9.1 m/s during the time in which his toe is in contact with the ball (about 0.247 s). If the football has a mass of 484 g, what average force does the punter exert on the ball?
*January 21, 2013 by Lindsey*

**Physics**

A football punter accelerates a football from rest to a speed of 9.1 m/s during the time in which his toe is in contact with the ball (about 0.247 s). If the football has a mass of 484 g, what average force does the punter exert on the ball?
*January 21, 2013 by Lindsey*

**Physics**

A football punter accelerates a football from rest to a speed of 9.1 m/s during the time in which his toe is in contact with the ball (about 0.247 s). If the football has a mass of 484 g, what average force does the punter exert on the ball?
*January 21, 2013 by Lindsey*

**calculus**

Use integration by parts to evaluate the integral of x*sec^2(3x). My answer is ([x*tan(3x)]/3)-[ln(sec(3x))/9] but it's incorrect. u=x dv=sec^2(3x)dx du=dx v=(1/3)tan(3x) [xtan(3x)]/3 - integral of(1/3)tan(3x)dx - (1/3)[ln(sec(3x))/3] - [ln(sec(3x))/9] What am I doing wrong?
*August 30, 2008 by Integration by Parts*

**8th grade math**

You and your friend collect football cards.You tell your friend,"I have three times the number of football cards as you have." Your friend replies " You only have 80 more football cards than i have." How many football card do each of you have?
*August 27, 2012 by anymous*

**Physics**

The southwest corner of a football field is selected as the origin of a rectangular coordinate system. A football is placed on the field at (x, y) = (37.7 m, 62.2 m). How long would it take a student, walking at a speed of 1.93 m/s, directly from the corner towards the ...
*March 9, 2014 by Yarielis*

**Calc**

If f(x)= sec x, find f"(Pi/4) I am not sure how to take the 2nd derivative? f'(x)= sec x tan x f"(x)=??? Is it f"(x)= (sec x tan x)(sec^2x)??? Please Help!
*October 24, 2010 by CMM*

**Math**

A football arena measures 100ft. wide by 200ft long.The games are played on a similar rectangular field that's 150ft. long. What is the width of the football field? What is the perimeter of the football field?
*November 10, 2013 by Frank *

**calculus**

the height in feet of a rocket from ground level is given by the function f(t)= -16t^2+160t. what is the instantaneous velocity of the rocket 3 seconds after it is launched? A 32 feet/sec B 64 feet/sec C 12 feet/sec D 10 feet/sec E 8 feet/sec
*November 26, 2012 by Disha*

**statistics**

The time (sec) that it takes a librarian to locate an entry in a file of records on checked-out books has an exponential distribution with lambda symbol=0.5. a)What proportion of all location times are less than 20 sec? At most 20 sec? Atleast 25 sec/ Between 10 sec and 25 sec...
*January 14, 2009 by jen*

**math**

Determine all the possible values of x where 0 deg is more than or equal to x and x is more or equal to 360 deg such that i'm not sure the solution, please correct it and how to find the x value, 2 tan x - 1 = cot x solution: (sec x -1)(sec x + 2) = 0 sec -1 = 0 , sec x + 2 = ...
*April 15, 2013 by choi2463*

**physics**

a train starts from rest and accelerates uniformly to achieve a velocity of 20m/sec in 10 sec.then train maintains this speed for next 200 sec.the breaks are then applied and train comes to rest in next 50 sec.calculate a)acceleration in first 10 sec. b)acceleration in last 50...
*May 28, 2012 by parul*

**physics**

a train starts from rest and accelerates uniformly to achieve a velocity of 20m/sec in 10 sec.then train maintains this speed for next 200 sec.the breaks are then applied and train comes to rest in next 50 sec.calculate a)acceleration in first 10 sec. b)acceleration in last 50...
*May 30, 2012 by parul*

**physics**

a train starts from rest and accelerates uniformly to achieve a velocity of 20m/sec in 10 sec.then train maintains this speed for next 200 sec.the breaks are then applied and train comes to rest in next 50 sec.calculate a)acceleration in first 10 sec. b)acceleration in last ...
*May 30, 2012 by PLZ HELP ME NOW...*

**calculus**

Did I do this problem right? Find the first and second derative-simplify your answer. y=xtanx y'= (x)(sec^2 x)+(tanx)(1) y'= xsec^2 x + tanx y"= (x)(2secx)(secxtanx)+sec^2 x + sec^2 x y"=2xsec^2 x tanx + 2 sec^2 x
*March 18, 2011 by Janet*

**math**

How would you establish this identity: (1+sec(beta))/(sec(beta))=(sin^2(beta))/(1-cos(beta)) on the right, sin^2 = 1-cos^2, that factor to 1-cos * `1+cos, then the denominator makes the entire right side 1+cosB which is 1+1/sec which is 1/sec (sec+1) qed using sec(beta) = 1/...
*June 13, 2007 by michelle*

**physics**

a kicker kicks a football from the 5 yard line to the 45 yd line ( on the same half of the field). Ignoring air resistance, where along the trajectory is the speed of the football a minimum. what formuls is used and show work a) at the 5 yd line, just after the football leaves...
*September 6, 2010 by Alli*

**Pre Calculus**

Prove that the equation is an identity. sec x/(sec x -tan x)=sec^2 x +sec x tan x
*November 8, 2013 by Anonymous*

**calculations**

convert the following times from seconds to minutes... 510 sec. 270 sec. 450 sec.
*October 6, 2010 by Anonymous*

**Pre-Cal**

I'm trying to do this identities homework and i can't figure this one out. sec^4x + (tan^2x)(sec^2x)= sec^4x
*December 6, 2011 by Jesssica*

**trig**

how do you start this equation i've been tryng it for 20min. sec^6x(secxtanx)-sec^4x(secxtanx)=sec^5xtan^3x ec^6x(secxtanx)-sec^4x(secxtanx)=sec^5xtan^3x Factor out a sec^5 tan and divide thru. Left is sec^2 x = Tan^2 x Then this should reduce to sin^2 x = cos^4 x take the ...
*November 6, 2006 by berhana*

**English**

I'm not too sure about the answer to these questions, just want to double check. 3. What mood is conveyed by the words, “I am all longing,” in line 29 of “The Wife’s Lament”? angry frantic (my answer) hopeless 5. Which sentence BEST combines the ideas shown below? The football...
*September 18, 2012 by Jon *

**english **

Which sentence BEST combines the ideas shown below? (I put an arrow on the one I think the answer is) --->A.The football player did not seem seriously injured. As a precaution, the trainers moved him carefully. B.The football player did not seem seriously injured, and as a...
*September 18, 2012 by Emily *

**physics**

1\ Acar is moving with acceleration 200 m in 50 sec reached to velocity 10 m\sec .what the total distance the car moved in 60 sec
*July 7, 2012 by Anonymous*

**physics**

1\ Acar is moving with acceleration 200 m in 50 sec reached to velocity 10 m\sec .what the total distance the car moved in 60 sec
*July 7, 2012 by fatma*

**Physica**

Acar is moving with acceleration 200 m in 50 sec reached to velocity 10 m\sec .what the total distance the car moved in 60 sec.
*July 10, 2012 by zl*

**PHYICAL**

Acar is moving with acceleration 200 m in 50 sec reached to velocity 10 m\sec .what the total distance the car moved in 60 sec.
*July 10, 2012 by llll*

**geometry**

Kristen lives directly east of the park. The football field is directly south of the park. The library sits on the line formed between Kristens home and the football field at the exact points where an altitude to the right triangle formed by her home, the park, and the ...
*May 24, 2012 by kay*

**stats**

An athletic director found that 31% of the football players have an A average in school. If 2% of the students at the school play football, what is the probability that a student chosen at random will be a football player with an A average? suppose a normal distribution has a ...
*June 19, 2013 by dometrice*

**Calculus**

How do I find the critical values? y= 4/x + tan(πx/8) What I did is I simplified it to y= 4x^-1 + tan(πx/8) then I took the derivative y'= -4x^-2 + (π/8)(sec(πx/8))^2 Then I simplied it y'= -4/x^2 + (π/8)(sec(πx/8))^2 then I found a common ...
*September 24, 2013 by John*

**Trigonometry**

Simplify each expression using the fundamental identities. 1. Sec x csc x / sec^2x+csc^2x 2. Sec x + tan x / sec x + tan x - cos x
*May 6, 2014 by Anonymous*

**geometry**

find the geometric mean of the pair of numbers 99 and 11 kristen lives directly east of the park the football field is directly south of the park the library sits on the line between kristens home and the football field at the exact point where an altitude to the right formed ...
*May 23, 2012 by cody*

**physics**

Mr.FIsher can kick a 2 kg football upwards at 20m/s, how high does the football travel?
*January 9, 2012 by Anonymous*

**Chemistry 2**

For a second order reaction A <--> B, calculate the t1/2 (half life) and the k(constant) and also fill in the blanks. A (concentration) t(time) 20 0 sec 10 ? 5 40 sec 3 ? ? 200 sec t1/2=? k=?
*March 3, 2014 by Ivan *

**Sports: Football**

Please help me understand football. Basically, isn't it just tackling, passing, and touchdown?
*May 7, 2013 by Celest*

**Physics**

A football is punted at an angle of 44.6 with the horizontal. if it stays in the air for 3.6 seconds, what was the initial velocity of the football?
*June 18, 2013 by Nogard*

**football names**

What is the football name of this clue, seven squared?
*January 1, 2012 by natasha*

**Precalculus**

Prove that the equation is an identity. sec x/(sec x -tan x)=sec^2 x +sec x tan x
*November 8, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

You and your friend are practicing pass plays with a football. You throw the football at a 35.0° angle above the horizontal at 19.0 m/s. Your friend starts right next to you, and he moves down the field directly away from you at 5.50 m/s. How long after he starts running ...
*September 30, 2011 by Eric*

**physics**

A 70.5 football player is gliding across very smooth ice at 2.25 . He throws a 0.430 football straight forward.
*December 2, 2012 by Mike*

**math**

i need to integrate: (secx)^4 dx let u = sec x dv =sec^3 x dx Start with this. Then, you will have to deal with the integral of sec. You should be able to solve it after a few steps. Looks a little messy.
*February 1, 2007 by Jake*

**calculus**

The length l of a rectangle is decrasing at a rate of 5 cm/sec while the width w is increasing at a rate of 2 cm/sec. When l = 15 cm and w = 7 cm, find the following rates of change: The rate of change of the area: Answer = cm^2/sec. The rate of change of the perimeter: Answer...
*September 27, 2012 by Avi*

**Calculus**

The area of a circle is changing at a rate of 2 in.^(2)/sec. At what rate is its radius changing when the radius is 9 in.? a. (9/2)in./sec. b. (2/9)in./sec. c. (2/9pie)in./sec. d. (1/9pie)in./sec. e. (1/9)in./sec.
*September 22, 2011 by Angel*

**trig**

(sec(x) / (sec(x)-1)) - (sec(x) / (sex(x)+1)) = 2cot(x)csc(x)
*November 30, 2009 by Sarah*

**math **

use the euler diagram to determine if the syllogism is valid or invalid 1. Football and studying don't mix Don is football player. therefore: Don does not study
*October 8, 2010 by natacha*

**pHysics**

A ball of 250g hits the floor at a velocity of 2,50 m/s at an angle of 70* relative to the vertical. The vertical force in function with time between the floor and the ball is: from 0 to 50 N : from 0 to 1 sec. from 50 N to 100 N : from 1 to 2 sec. constant 100 N : from 2 to 3...
*February 6, 2012 by Raf*

**physics**

A ball of 250g hits the floor at a velocity of 2,50 m/s at an angle of 70* relative to the vertical. The vertical force in function with time between the floor and the ball is: from 0 to 50 N : from 0 to 1 sec. from 50 N to 100 N : from 1 to 2 sec. constant 100 N : from 2 to 3...
*February 6, 2012 by Raf*

**calculus **

So I am suppose to evaulate this problem y=tan^4(2x) and I am confused. my friend did this : 3 tan ^4 (2x) d sec^ 2x (2x)= 6 tan ^4 (2x) d sec^2 (2x) She says it's right but what confuses me is she deriving the 4 and made it a three? I did the problem like this: tan^4 (2x)= 4 ...
*July 28, 2012 by Anonymous*

**math**

abby has 8 sports cards. she has either hockey or football cards she has 4 more hockey cards than football cards. how many football cards does she have?
*April 11, 2011 by esha*

**math**

A study to determine whether or not a football filled with helium traveled farther when kicked than one filled with air found that while the football filled with helium went, on average, farther than the one filled with air, the difference was not statistically significant. ...
*October 7, 2007 by Devon*

**maths**

a spherical ballon is being inflated at the rate of 10 cu in/sec.find the rate of change of area when ballon has a radius of 6 inch. (a)3.33 in2/sec (b)3.67 in2/sec (c)3.11 in2/sec (d)none of these
*June 6, 2013 by ankur*

**calculus**

i have to integrate using u substitution, but i am not sure if i did it correct. çtan^3(5x)sec^2(5x)dx u=5x du=5dx 1/5du=dx 1/5çtan^3(u)sec^2(u)du 1/5tanusec^2u+c 1/5tan(5x)sec^2(5x)+c
*March 29, 2009 by Devon*

**physics**

Need equation: Mass of 4.24 kg acted on by external force that reduces velocity from 8.5 m/sec to 4.1 m/sec in 3.0 sec. Find magnitude of the retarding force?
*November 9, 2010 by Abby*

**AP Calculus BC**

Hi! Thank you very much for your help--- I'm not sure what the answer to this is; how do I solve? Find antiderivative of (1/(x^2))[sec(1/x)][tan(1/x)]dx I did integration by parts and got to (1/(x^2))[sec(1/x)] + 2*[antiderivative of (1/(x^3))(sec(1/x))dx]
*November 23, 2010 by APpreciative student*

**math**

how would you create an equation for sec(2x) using both sec(x) and csc(x)? the steps i have so far are 1/(cos^2(x)-sin^2(x)) = 1/(1-1)/(sec^2(x)-csc^2(x)) but then i do not know what to do after this.
*April 19, 2009 by kim*

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