The song "Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey", also known as "Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey! (Goin' Back to Birmingham)", was written by Little Richard and recorded on May 9, 1956 at J&M Studio, New Orleans, Louisiana, (supervised by Bumps Blackwell).
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Homework Statement
Let f(x), g(x), and h(x) be polynomials in x with real coefficients. Show that if (f(x))^2 −x(g(x))^2 =x(h(x))^2,
then f(x) = g(x) = h(x) = 0. Find an example where this is not the case when we use polynomials with complex coefficients.
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Homework Statement
Path between O=(0,0) and P=(0,4) for which the integral
int. O to P (x (1-y'^2))^(1/2) dx
becomes stationary.
Homework Equations
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calculus_of_variations#Example
The Attempt at a Solution
Okay guys,
so mimicking the...
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Homework Statement
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Homework Statement
The Half life of the isotope 24Na is 15.00 hours. a stock solution of 24NaI contained 16000Bq of activity in 25cm3 at 5.00 pm on the 2nd of june. An experiment starting at 8:30am on the 4th of june requires 1kBq. What volume of the stock 24NaI solution would be required to...
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Homework Statement
Prove that for every natural number n we have that 4^(2n+1) + 3^ (n+2) is divisible by 13
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
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