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U^3 + 18uv + 9v^2 (a) Find the critical points of h. () For
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A) Find the critical point of g. If the critical point is
a) Find the critical point of g. If the critical point is (a, b) then enter 'a,b' (without the quotes) into the answer box.(b) Using your critical point in (a), find the value of D(a, b) from the Seco… read more
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A) Find the critical point of g. If the critical point is
a) Find the critical point of g. If the critical point is (a, b) then enter 'a,b' (without the quotes) into the answer box.(b) Using your critical point in (a), find the value of D(a, b) from the Seco… read more
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The criticism point of this question is -sqrt(7). using this
The criticism point of this question is -sqrt(7). using this critical point, find the value of D(a,b) from the second partials test that is hard to classify the critical point… read more
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R.R.Jha An example using calculus to solve an examples of
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THE VIDEO GAME SATISFACTION RATING CASE ~ VideoGame The
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please help...please tell me you still have these answers i'm stuck on a few of them 1. A formal statement that there is an absence of relationship between variables when tested by a researcher is cal… read more
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Multivariable calculus: 1.)A= (-ln2, ln3, ln4) B= (0, -ln4,
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I have nine homework questions which I need help with. 1.
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In a time of t seconds, a particle moves a distance of s meters from its starting point, where s = sin(2t). a) Find the average velocity between t=1 and t=1+h if: (i) h=0.1, (ii) h=0.01, (iii) h=0.001… read more
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This question uses the function f(x) = -2x^3 - 9x^2 + 24x +
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