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    Proving limit of multivariable function exists

    Homework Statement Evaluate or show that the limit DNE. Limit as (x,y) -> (0,0) of (x^1/3)*y^2 / x+y^3. The Attempt at a Solution I tried approaching from multiple paths, and it seems that the limit is equal to 0. I used the delta-epsilon method to prove the limit but I've been stuck so far...
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    Proving Limits

    Hello everyone, I am in need of a little assistance. I have a homework assignment due soon that consists of 5 questions. Of which, I have done all but the 4th one. I did start on it but I'm not sure where to go from there. I also would like for someone to confirm my solutions for question 1 and...
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    Cartesian Eq. of Plane

    Homework Statement Write the Cartesian equation for the plane containing the point (2,-1,8) and perpendicular to the line [x,y,z] = [1,-2,-3] + s[5,-4,7]. The Attempt at a Solution The situation is that I have my Calc. + Vectors exam tomorrow morning and I'm just going through some...
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    Angular Velocity of a car

    Homework Statement "A car is traveling at 100 km/h and the tire of the car has a radius of 36cm. Find the number of revolutions per second." The Attempt at a Solution 100 km/h * (10,000,000 cm/km) * (1h/3600 secs) = 2777.77777778 cm/s is the speed of the car. Θ = a/r Θ = (2777.78) / (36) Θ...
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    Jobs with Math + Physics?

    Hello there! I'm almost halfway through grade 12 and I think it's time I finally chose the career path I wanted to pursue. I really like math and physics, but I'm horrible at chemistry and not sure about biology (dropped it in grade 11 because I needed to take another course for a social...
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    Medical Surgery [Bankart Lesion] - I'm screwed

    So basically, I got a Bankart Lesion tear about half a year ago and I finally got the MRI results yesterday after repeating having my shoulder pull out of the socket while playing sports. Basically, repeatedly dislocations. The injury was to the Labrum. I've been resting it for about two months...
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    Polynomial, Division, Remainder

    Homework Statement When a polynomial is divided by (x+2), the remainder is -19. When the same polynomial is divided by (x-1), the remainder is 2. Determine the remainder when the polynomial is divided by (x+2)(x-1). EDIT: Took out my attempts lol, there were way off. This was a "Math...
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