Who said someone was going to copy? Was that the first thing that popped to your head? Sometimes, it happens that the teacher doesn't check each and every problem just see's that we did all of them.
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hello,
i need some assistance on this problem:
y = e^(1+lnx)
1st. I brought down the (1+lnx) by using natural log on both sides.
lny*y'=(1+lnx)*lne
y'/y=(1/x)*1
y'=e^(1+lnx)*(1/x)
what do i do next?
Hello,
If anyone know an online book website for Zumdahl's Chemistry Fifth Edition please share it, i am looking for it.
Also, if anyone have the answer book, pdf file? or link plz let me know.
Thanks
now i see..i got the first part done..
\L\\\lim_{h\to\0}\frac{[a(x+h)^{2}+b(x+h)+c]-[a(x-h)^{2}+b(x-h)+c]}{2h}
\L\\\lim_{h\to\0}\frac{ax^{2}+2axh+ah^{2}+bx+c-ax^{2}+2axh-ah^{2}-bx+bh-c}{2h}
\L\\\lim_{h\to\0}\frac{4axh+2bh}{2h}...
Dna is a double helix..made out of polynucleotides. Protiens are made up of amino acids(polymer)..
DNA: the phosphate group bonds with the sugar covalently? and the bases have hydrogen bonds..
Protien consists of primary, second, tetiary and quaternary structures?
Hurkyl,
1st thanks for replying, could you help me a little bit here...What's the 1st step i should do? (Prolly not finding the derivative of {symmetric quotient})..umm some help
symmetric difference quotient:
f(n + h) - f(n - h)
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2h
Show agrebraically that symmetric difference quotient produces the exact derivative f'(x) = 2ax+b for the quadractic function f(x) = ax^2+bx+c
i know that:
f(a + h) - f(a - h)
Symmetric Difference Quotient = -------------------...