I am so incredibly sorry...I was hoping to use you for a couple questions I didnt know how to do for a test an havent had the time to study for but I wasnt able to :(

As always, please let me know if any of these solutions get rejected.

I'll get the solutions for the second set posted for you as soon as I can. I'm currently late to an appointment that I had, so it will be later today before I can get them to you. These are all due sometime tomorrow, correct?

Third set: Part a of 17 is wrong Two parts of 31 are wrong (I sent a screenshot of it) 37 is also wrong I will also send the last of the questions that must not have been sent earlier

Ok. Let's deal with #17 first. I suspect that the issue here is the format of the answer, rather than its mathematical correctness. I'll try to rearrange the equation a bit and see if it can be simplified.

Ok. If you are ever shown the correct answer, I'd be interested in seeing it. I have graphed the original equation, the given point, and the equation of the tangent line that I came up with. The point lies on the graph of the original equation, and the equation of the tangent line plots as a tangent to the graph right at that given point. I'm sure that my answer is mathematically correct. It's just not in the form that they are looking for. There's just too many different ways of writing it.