Hey guys! I'm looking for a rigorous proof which shows that the definite integral does indeed give us the area under a curve or which proves how is a definite integral a summation process.
I already know that the any given function is the derivative of the function of its area but most of the...
I am in my first year of ME. I want to know If I can do masters in aeronautics after my Bachelors? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Regards,
Abdullah
since m=+/-2
y is of the form
y=A(e^-2x)+B(e^2x)
y`=-2A(e^-2x)+2B(e^2x)
Use the given conditions. Make two equations... You know the rest.
Hope this helps.
Abdullah
Whats wrong with the forums? It won't allow me to start a new thread. It keeps saying:
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I read somewhere on net that hybridization, which is a good model for most of the compounds, is not entirely correct i.e. some molecules show considerable deviation in there molecular geometry from the predictions of the hybrid model and we only use it because it is easier way to understand the...
Oh my mistake. It is v=-eu. Original post edited.
I asked this question because nowadays we are doing oblique collisions between a wall and a ball in mathematics.
This is an example question(it appeared in exams a few years ago).
Velocity of the ball=u
angle which the ball makes with the...
Guys I'm having a little problem in undersatnding a few things:
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Thats how I think it should...
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Secondly, Whats wrong in burying nuclear waste deep inside the Earth or beneath the oceans? And lastly, are the hazards of nuclear waste from nuclear reactors exaggerated?
Any help will be appriciated.:smile:
i^2=1? How can this be?
First all I must tell you people that I have no doubt that i^2=-1 but what am I doing wrong in the following steps?
i^2
=i * i
=sqrt(-1) * sqrt(-1)
=sqrt(-1*-1)
=sqrt(1)=1?:confused:
I asked my mathematics teacher but he was unable to find any error in it. Thanks...
The question is: Prove by mathematical Induction that
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Suppose that the given statement is true for n=k
Since the f(k) is divisible by 5,
f(k)=5A (where A are is a constant.)
Also, from the given statement...
What exactly is an echelon matrix? I searched the web and did find some useful results but I'm still a little confused. :confused:
Thanks in advance for any help. :smile:
Some one please make me understand why electrons closer to the nucleus have less energy than the ones which are farther from it. Is it because they have more potential energy?
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Thanks in advance for...
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This is an actual question from the past papers. The question is:
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The servant has now 3 girls :devil:. So he'll definitely run away with them.:biggrin:
This brain teaser does have an answer. But I won't reveal it just yet.
There are six people. They are: A king, A queen, A knight and his wife, A servent and his wife. There is one boat and they all want to cross the river. The problem is: the boat cannot take more than 2 people. Your job is to tell them a way so that they can all get across the river.
Rules...
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First of all, thanks a lot for the replies guys.
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Well yesterday it was my physics paper(o'levels) . There was a question there which asked what is the advantage of having cells connected in parallel combination?
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Astable and bistable have been recently added in our syllabus. As a result it’s not in my textbook. My teacher did give a lecture on it but unfortunately I didn’t get a single thing...
Can you guys please give a link to some site(s) which give(s) a good introduction to the Astable and bistable...
It is given that f(x)=8x^3+4x-3. The question is: Find the remainder when 1/f(x) is divided by x+1. My textbook says the remainder does not exist? I just can't solve it.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Abdullah
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