Let's say I've got a helical compression spring of a known length and strength, and I want to know how much force it would take to twist the spring around the axis of its coils, effectively making the diameter of each coil smaller, so it acts a bit like a torsion spring.
I know Hooke's law is...
I'm trying to figure out how to integrate a data set, without knowing the function. While doing this, I got to thinking about this:
If the definite integral of a function can be represented by the area under that function, bound by the x axis, then shouldn't:
\int_{a}^{b}2x\frac{\mathrm{d}...
Ignore the box, it's a plot device, that unfortunately has to be completely fictitious.
What about my description of a manifold: does that seem accurate enough for the purposes of a lay-man's understanding?
Hey all, I'm working on a short hard-sci-fi story, and I'm a bit unsure of the foundational accuracy of my work. If anyone is willing, I'd appreciate some critical analysis of some of the appendices, to either make sure I'm kinda on the ball as far as accurately portraying the concepts go, or to...
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I'm assuming transfer means from a CC, the site above gives you the required classes by major + the overlap from whichever CC you're transferring from.
Alright, thanks you guys. You've put my worries at ease. Series and sequences were what I was most worried about. I need to review L'Hopital's rule, and probably some of the integration techniques (I zone hard when I'm just doing a bunch of algebra in leibniz notation...)
I'm pretty...
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Heyo,
Posted here a while back looking for books, as I was planning to study over spring and summer before I registered at a CC. Now it's time to pick my classes for my first semester.
So, I was wondering which topics in calc II I should be reviewing...
I'd say that course is much better preparation than AP calculus. There are two AP Calc. classes, AB and BC. AB covers essentially the same material as Calc. I does. Integration, differentiation, applications of both, along with the underpinnings of calculus like limits, continuity, etc. BC is...
I'm in a similar situation as you, sophomore in high school, etc., though I'm leaving HS at the end of this year for a community college.
I started working through Stewart about two weeks ago, currently on the first chapter of integration. It's definitely a good book for a first exposure, but...
I've found the method that works the best for me is to make chapter summaries with all the pertinent information, then study from those. Writing up the summary essentially forces me to read through everything to get a good idea of what's essential, then I can study the most important parts of...
For a physics major, general chem. would probably be more interesting, as it covers more info that would usually be in a physical chem. class than biochemistry.
Myself, I'd go for biochemistry, but I'm planning on majoring in biochem/medicinal chem., so my opinion may be a little biased...
Can't give you any specifics, but look around for the international versions of texts. Black and white, and it's printed like a phone book, but eveything's there, and they're far cheaper than the normal editions.