Please post any and all homework or other textbookstyle problems in one of the Homework & Coursework Questions...

Feb2313 09:24 AM
micromass

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(This isn't homework, just a curiousity derived from another problem)
Well, this is probably quite simple...:shy:
...

Dec2005 04:24 PM
bomba923

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Imagine that I have a pipe that is on a constant slope at any percent. On the low end of the pipe, there is a...

Dec2305 04:11 PM
Tide

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let,s suppose that we have the limit with n tending to infinity:
\frac{f(n)}{g(n)}=1 then i suppose that for n...

Dec2505 04:32 PM
matt grime

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for a divergent series i can write an expression in the form:
\int_{R}dxC(x)w(x)e^{ax}
where a is a divegent...

Dec2505 04:43 PM
Tom Mattson

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Let's say I wanted to find the length of the perimeter of a semicircle using integration with x(t) = cos(t) and y(t)...

Dec2505 11:36 PM
Alkatran

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I'm not getting this. Can someone show me how they got from this:
 T cos ( \theta ) + (T + \Delta T ) cos (...

Dec2605 03:59 PM
lalbatros

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let be the next functional differential equation:
\delta{F}=G
then its solution would be:
F=\int{DG
...

Dec2705 10:39 AM
matt grime

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i would like to know how to prove this equality:
\frac{1+2^p+3^p+.....+n^p}{\int_0^{n}dxx^p}\rightarrow{1}
for...

Dec2705 02:39 PM
mathwonk

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Working from "Principles of Mathematical Analysis", by Walter Rudin I have gleaned the following definition of...

Dec2705 02:47 PM
mathwonk

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Hi, I want to do an experiment using two dissimilar ropes in my basement and see if I can produce some results using a...

Dec2805 10:50 AM
Cyrus

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let be the divergent series:
1^p+2^p+3^p+.....................+N^p=S(N) with p>0 my
question is..how i would...

Dec2805 02:17 PM
shmoe

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If f is a continuous decreasing nonnegative function on a_n = \sum_{k=1}^nf(k)  \int_1^nf(t)dt.
I need to show...

Dec2905 01:15 PM
sparkster

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I found this in the web:
We say that f is lower semicontinuous at x_0 if for every \epsilon > 0 there exists a...

Dec2905 02:39 PM
benorin

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Facts:
1. We have the decrecient sequence {a_n} which converges to "a".
2. Let "K" be a constant.
3. We have the...

Dec3105 10:41 AM
Castilla

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I'm not sure if this is calculus, but it is like a review in my calculus class.
Suppose that in any given year, the...

Jan206 04:41 PM
Jacobpm64

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let,s suppose we have a function f so the limit when \epsilon\rightarrow{0} is infinite..now i would like to know how...

Jan506 04:21 PM
Edwin

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My Calculus professor has indicated a 'shortcut' in determining polynomial fraction limits, I am inquiring if this...

Jan606 08:57 AM
VietDao29

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Hi,
Let C_1 and C_2 be nonempty convex sets and suppose C_1 \cap C_2 \neq \emptyset . I read a text that claims...

Jan606 10:19 AM
matt grime

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Hi. I have this exam in vector calculus tomorrow, but i'm having trouble sorting the following formula out. Could...

Jan806 02:55 PM
Tide

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It should be relatively easy, but I can't seem to figure out how to begin.. if anyone could help me out, I would be...

Jan806 04:00 PM
Demian^^

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My calculus book describes the following example:
Equation:
\lim_{x \rightarrow 0} \sin \frac{\pi}{x} = \text{does...

Jan906 06:13 PM
Data

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I'm doing a review in calc I to prepare for calc II. I'm now applications of derivatives (optimization). Okay so when...

Jan1006 04:24 AM
Demian^^

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Find a & b for the following transformation
1/(z+a) = (a/z) +
I am kind of lost as to where to start on this...

Jan1006 11:16 PM
Tide

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Given a realvalued function f:X \mapsto \mathbb{R} where X is a subset of \mathbb{R}^n. Consider a closed extended...

Jan1106 01:12 AM
kaosAD

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I am thinking about purchasing some math software so I can get a better understanding of the math I am learning. I...

Jan1106 09:52 AM
shmoe

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I would like to determine necessary and sufficient conditions for equality to hold in Minkowski's Inequality in...

Jan1206 09:17 AM
fourier jr

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(A, B) is an interval in the real line. If I take the middle point (BA)/2, and then take the middle point of each of...

Jan1306 09:30 AM
Castilla

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Hello...I need help and I know this is a very simple problem...I don't know why I'm getting stuck( Maybe because it's...

Jan1406 12:45 PM
matt grime

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How do you find the limit to:
Lim
x>0+ sqrtx/(1cosx)
I use the L'Hopital rule and i get
lim
x>0+ ...

Jan1406 03:35 PM
mathwonk

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This problem is baffling myself and several of my friends in the infamous Physics 152 class... so I give it to you...

Jan1506 11:09 AM
matt grime

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I have made some observations regarding the Precise Limit Definition.
For any given polynomial:
ax^n
The...

Jan1506 11:03 PM
benorin

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Hi,
I ran into a situation I haven't experienced before where the integral of the derivative doesn't get me the...

Jan1606 12:33 PM
dc20

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f_n(x)= x^n/1 + x^n
does this series converge on the interval
Say if x = 1 then the series is < some epslon ,...

Jan1706 01:16 PM
maverick6664

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Happy new year for you all,
This is very nice place, So girls and boys, let me give you something to play with:...

Jan1706 07:07 PM
enigma

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i need help in proving this essential ineuality which i don't know how to prove (quite trivial isn't it):...

Jan1806 10:37 PM
leon1127

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I did some number crunching and found the following:
Given n equations in n unknowns:
a*f(x) + b*g(y) = c...

Jan1906 04:49 PM
Edwin

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I hope the following webpage on new roots solving algorithms based on the Arithmonic mean (a particularcase of the...

Jan2306 10:18 AM
arithmetic

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Is this identity true?
Identity:
\frac{d}{dx} x^n = \lim_{h \rightarrow 0} \frac{(x + h)^n  x^n}{h} = nx^{n1}

Jan2306 12:54 PM
benorin

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If I had a sinusoid, how would I find the average value of it over a given interval. Say pi/5 to pi/5 for instance....

Jan2306 06:18 PM
mathman

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Question that I came across and that has stumped me for about a week hehe.
Let p(z)=z^n +i z^{n1}  10
if...

Jan2406 03:30 AM
Muzza

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