Find a function whose graph intersects the graph of f(x)= cos(x) in exactly three places.
Find a function whose graph intersects the graph of f(x)= cos(x) in exactly three places.
a(1−ax)=y 2(ax−y)+1=−3(x+y) I need to find the Intersection of these two lines The answer is: (1/a-3 , 3a/3-a) but I can't get to it
a(1−ax)=y 2(ax−y)+1=−3(x+y) I need to find the Intersection of these two lines Thanks for the help! The answer is: (1/a-3 , 3a/3-a) but I can't get...
c) P = {x : n ∈ N, x = 3n n< 3} Q = {x : x ∈ N x < 7}
Consider the two lines L1: x = -2t, y = 1 + 2t, z = 3t and L2: x = -9 + 5 s, y = 5 s, z = 2 + 4 s Find the point of intersection of the two lines....
find the points of intersection of parabola and ellipse. find the points of intersection of two ellipse.
find the intersection of the lines