I would suggest to use p(q) notation instead of p(x), than it will be much easier to find correct answers: 1- p (q) = √(7-q) and q (x) =2x correct, as you get after re-substitution: p (x) = √(7-2x) 2- p(q) = √-q and q (x) = 2x-7 ...

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decomposition (answer)

I would suggest to use p(q) notation instead of p(x), than it will be much easier to find correct answers: 1- p (q) = √(7-q) and q (x) =2x correct, as you get after re-substitution: p (x) = √(7-2x) 2- p(q) = √-q and q (x) = 2x-7 ...

x^7 + 27x^4=0 (answer)

from: 1) x^7 + 27x^4=0 we get 2) x^4(x^3 + 27)=0 we have: x^3 + 27 =x^3 + 3^3 = (x+3)(x^2-3x+9), so: 3) x^4(x+3)(x^2-3x+9)=0 which is equivalent to following...

What is the y-component of r(pi/2)? (answer)

Let's check and correct the components for r(t). After integration of components of r'(t) we will get: r(t) = <-cos(t) + c1, -sin(t) + c2, t^2 + c3>. As r(0)=<1, 1, 2> so we have: -cos(0) + c1 = 1 that is c1 = 2 -sin(0) + c2 =...

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