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Smith S.

Precalculus

an hour ago

The formula for plasma volume for females given by Hurley is PV=1278S^1.289 , while the formula given by Pearson et al. is PV= 1395S , where PV is measured in mm and S in m2. Find the values of S for which these two formulas give the same answer.

Smith S.

Precalculus

an hour ago

What method would you use to solve the following question? Do we have to list any units?

Stacy T.

Precalculus

2 hours ago

When granular materials? fall, they form conical piles. The angle of? slope, measured from the? horizontal, at which the material comes to rest is called the angle of repose. The angle of repose is related to the height h and base radius r of the conical pile by the equation ?=cot?1 r h. When a certain granular material is stored in a pile 20 feet? high, the diameter of the base of the pile is 25 feet.

Bilal U.

Precalculus

4 hours ago

Establish the identity. sec^2(-0)-1=tan^20

Tracey O.

Precalculus

7 hours ago

Table 4 gives the population of a town (in thousands) from 2000 to 2008. What was the average rate of change of population (a) between 2002 and 2004, and (b) between 2002 and 2006?

Shelby P.

Precalculus

None

F(x)=3x^2-5x-2 in standard form

Dwight G.

Precalculus

16 hours ago

Write the equation of each hyperbola in standard and general forms. 1. Center at (3,0);length of the transverse axis =8 and is vertical; length of the conjugate axis=4. 2. Foci at (-1,-1) and (-5,-1);a=b.

Dwight G.

Precalculus

16 hours ago

Find the center, foci, vertices, and endpoints of tge conjugated axis of the given hyperbolas. Then determine the equation of the asymptotes and sketch the graphs. 1. (y+6)^2/5 - (x-4)^2/39=1 2. 9x^2 + 126x-16y^2 - 96y + 253 = 0

Dwight G.

Precalculus

16 hours ago

Find the center, foci, vertices, and endpoints of tge conjugated axis of the given hyperbolas. Then determine the equation of the asymptotes and sketch the graphs. 1. (y+6)^2/5 - (x-4)^2/39=1 2. 9x^2 + 126x-16y^2 - 96y + 253 = 0

King Joseph A.

Precalculus

19 hours ago

An explosion was heard by two stations 1200 m apart, located at F1(-600,0) and F2(600,0). If the explosion was heard in F1 two9 seconds before it was heard in F2, Identify the possible locations of the explosion. Use 340 m/s as the speed of sound.

Gianna V.

Precalculus

None

The suggested retail price of a newcar is p dollars. The dealership advertised a factoryrebate of $1200 and an 8% discount.

Yousuf L.

Precalculus

1 day, 3 hours ago

In Exercises 1 - 15, use the property: b a = c if and only if logb (c) = a from Theorem 6.2 to rewrite the given equation in the other form. That is, rewrite the exponential equations as logarithmic equations and rewrite the logarithmic equations as exponential equations.

Shelby P.

Precalculus

None

Y=-5(x-5)^2+17 Find the x intercept

Shelby P.

Precalculus

None

Y=-5(x-5)^2+17Find the y intercept

Jocelyn B.

Precalculus

1 day, 7 hours ago

An ellipse or hyperbola uses the general form ????????2+????????2+????????+????????+????=0 . Solving for 5 unknowns (A, B, C, D, E, F) requires 5 equations, needs 5 points given. But if one of the coefficients is divided out (A or C), then only 4 coefficients remain and only 4 points are needed. ????2+????????2+????????+????????+????=0 Given 4 points on a vertical ellipse (-1, 2.517), (0, 1.933), (1, 0.65), and (-4.449, 0). Select the missing coefficients (answers have been rounded to the nearest tenth).

Yousuf L.

Precalculus

1 day, 9 hours ago

In Exercises 1 - 15, use the property: b a = c if and only if logb (c) = a from Theorem 6.2 to rewrite the given equation in the other form. That is, rewrite the exponential equations as logarithmic equations and rewrite the logarithmic equations as exponential equations.

Yousuf L.

Precalculus

1 day, 9 hours ago

In Exercises 1 - 6, use polynomial long division to perform the indicated division. Write the polynomial in the form p(x) = d(x)q(x) + r(x).

Yousuf L.

Precalculus

1 day, 9 hours ago

In Exercises 1 - 6, use polynomial long division to perform the indicated division. Write the polynomial in the form p(x) = d(x)q(x) + r(x).

Yousuf L.

Precalculus

1 day, 9 hours ago

In Exercises 1 - 15, use the property: b a = c if and only if logb (c) = a from Theorem 6.2 to rewrite the given equation in the other form. That is, rewrite the exponential equations as logarithmic equations and rewrite the logarithmic equations as exponential equations.

Yousuf L.

Precalculus

1 day, 9 hours ago

6.1 Introduction to exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Yousuf L.

Precalculus

1 day, 9 hours ago

Lizbeth S.

Precalculus

None

6) Use the limit definition of the derivative to find the derivative off (z) = - Verify your answer with the powerrule and find the equation of the tangent line to the graph of y = f(2) at the point 2 = 4.

Davina W.

Precalculus

None

Davina W.

Precalculus

None

Irene L.

Precalculus

2 days, 5 hours ago

Pleases do it step by step. Explain why?

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