F(x)= 2x^2, x<1
3, X=1
X+, x>1
Find
lim(x-->1) f(X)
f(1)=
not exactly sure how to do this. would not f(1) be just 3, since it is defined as that in the function. I am not sure about how to take that limit.
Thanks
what is the difference between amino acids on their own and amino acids that have been incorporated into a polypeptide chain?
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Hi Doc Al,
Almost solved it
the a i use here will be angular acceleration
so
net torque=T*R or
Ia=T*R
Ia=(mg-mRa)R
Ia=mgr-mR^2a
Ia+mgR^2a=mgr
a(Ia+mR^2)=mgr
a=mgr/I+mR^2
for acceleration the tension is a=mR^2g/(I+mr^2)
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someone please check my work
m_{1}v_{1}+m_{2}v_{2}=v'(m_{1}+m_{2})
so v'=\frac{325+450}{220}
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D)What is the velocity...
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ok i found K as 1.27 and plugged it back so \
so i got the velocity as 0.28m/s is this right
so then the velocity from 0.1 m from equibium would be
.78m/s
c) total energy of the system would be 1/2KA^2=0.014--dosent make sense
thnx
spring mass help--desperate
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I have no idea how to approach this problem
my work
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my work
x=e^y-e^-y/e^y+e^-y
(e^y+e^-y)x=e^y-e^-y
0=e^y-e^-y-xe^y+xe^-y
e^y(e^y-e^-y-xe^y+xe^-y)
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Hey guys I need help on this one physics problem. I did the problem but I am not sure whether I did it right. Please make comments if i did the problem wrong. Thank you.
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