The original answer was too long so I will post the rest as a comment. Long division: For the example: 4x3-7x2+16x-5 ——————— x2+2x-9 Write the equation...

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I am currently a junior in college majoring in Physics and Computer Science with an associate's degree in Math. I have tutored several friends and classmates in Calculus, Physics, and Chemistry, and I am competent in most college level math courses and Java programming.

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As a Physics major, much of the math I do daily involves solving differential equations. I have completed Ordinary Differential Equations with an A grade and I have experience solving partial differential equations in my upper level Physics courses.

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How do you divide polynomails? (answer)

The original answer was too long so I will post the rest as a comment. Long division: For the example: 4x3-7x2+16x-5 ——————— x2+2x-9 Write the equation...

First find the factors of the radicand, for example x2 - 28 = 0 has the roots: x = ±√(28), and 28 has the factors 7 and 4. Rewritten, the root becomes: x = ±√(7*4) = ±√(7)*√(4) The square root of four can be taken and the root in simplified radical form is: x = ±2√(7) If...

trig question (answer)

cos(4.38t) = 0.1 take the inverse cosine of both sides: 4.38t = cos-1(0.1) = 1.4706 divide both sides by 4.38: t = 1.4706/4.38 = 0.3357

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