46 Answered Questions for the topic Analysis

03/08/22

#### An excess sodium sulfate was added to a 53-ml sample of barium nitrate.

If 3.09 g of ppt was formed, what is the molar concentration of the sample?
Analysis Algebra 2

01/31/21

#### Working out if a piecewise function is continuous at 0.

I need to prove that the following piecewise function is continuous at 0.f(x)={ x*3 - 3x, x ≤ 0 { 1 - Cos x, x>0I've plotted it on desmos and it sure does look continuous at 0, but... more

01/17/21

#### Show the sequence is divergent

Hi, I need to show that the following sequence is divergent,n3cos(πn)/n2+1, n=1,2,...I know i need to use the recipital rule so n3cos(πn)/n2+1 becomes n2+1/n3cos(πn) and then i need to show this is... more

01/07/21

#### Help proving an inequality with induction

I need to prove that 6n4> (n+2)4 for n ≥ 4I've gotten this far,First i prove that n=4 is trueWhen n=4, lhs=1536 and rhs =1296, so this works for n=4now let k ≥ 4 so assume that P(k) is true... more

12/27/20

#### How do you calculate percentage mean?

I was reading some papers and these papers used a mean percentage to describe some data. I have some data of my own which I want to find a mean percentage of, but I cannot work out how to and I... more

07/26/20

#### Series Expansion of Cos(x) centered at x=0

Considering first six terms in the series expansion of cos x, calculate the approximatevalue of the cos x , centered at x=0.Discuss the types of errors are in this calculation.

04/14/20

#### What is the Syntax of this excerpt from The Crisis Speech by Carrie Chapman Catt? What was the goal of this Speech and how does the syntax in this excerpt help to achieve that goal?

"The object of the life of an organized movement is to secure its aim. Necessarily, it must obey the law of evolution and pass through the stages of agitation and education and finally through the... more

03/04/20

#### In "Al Capone Does my Shirts" by Gennifer Choldenko, is Piper's scheme corruption?

In the novel, Al Capone Does my Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko, is Piper's Scheme considered a type of corruption? Also, is Moose getting popularity also a type of corruption? If not, what other 3... more

11/19/19

#### Use paired or unpaired t-test?

I am doing an analysis on whether there is a meaningful difference between the temperature in June and December in Hawaii. I first identify the average temperature in June at all stations across... more

10/22/19

#### Vector Differentiation

Prove that (grad)^2 f(r) = D^2/dr^2 + (2/r) Df/DrWhere D^2/dr^2 refers to the second partial derivative of f , w.r.t. r and Df/ Dr refers to partial derivative of f, w.r.t rvector r = xi + yj + zk... more

06/27/19

#### Mathematical methods for analysing melodic contour?

Are there any mathematical methods for identifying melodic shape, identifying motifs and general pattern recognition?

06/22/19

#### If A minor doesn't have any accidentals, is it still minor?

As part of a music course, we have to compose a 3 minute long piece based on a river's journey. Having finished the composition, we now have to write a set of sleeve notes - basically an analysis... more
Analysis Film Terminology

06/20/19

#### Is there a term for the opposite of the Chuck Cunningham Syndrome?

Chuck Cunningham Syndrome refers to when a character simply disappears with no explanation and is treated in later episodes as if they never existed. I was wondering if there was a term, maybe... more
Analysis Film Terminology

06/05/19

#### Term for a movie that tells a lot through its backdrop?

I'm writing a paper about a movie that exerts a lot of social and cultural criticism through its backdrop - things like posters, graffiti, murals and so on. They are not central to the story at all... more

05/17/19

#### If A minor doesn't have any accidentals, is it still minor?

As part of a music course, we have to compose a 3 minute long piece based on a river's journey. Having finished the composition, we now have to write a set of sleeve notes - basically an analysis... more

05/02/19

#### Why are dolls, teddy bears, etc. used as horror objects in horror films?

In many horror films, toys such as dolls, teddy bears, and puzzle boxes are used as objects which the spirits/ghosts use to scare people. Some examples would be Annabelle, the crooked man musical... more

04/30/19

#### What is the significance of the black spot in M. Night Shyamalan’s “Glass”?

Mid-way through M. Night Shyamalan’s movie, Glass (2019), there is a blurry black spot on screen for a long time. It doesn’t stay in one fixed place nor is it present throughout the whole film, so... more

04/27/19

#### How would one create music based on the principles of Cubism?

How would one create music based on the principles of Cubism? (e.g., 20th century painters: Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Juan Gris, Fernand Léger) The basic definition of Cubism calls for the... more

04/23/19

#### How to provide traditional upper management early analyses in an agile project?

I was discussing moving our process to become more agile with our (mostly traditional) Chief Information Officer (CIO).The CIO's stance was that >=80% of the requirements need to be defined (and... more

03/23/19

#### What kind of "mathematical object" are limits?

When learning mathematics I tend to try to reduce all the concepts I come across to some matter of interaction between sets and functions (or if necessary the more general Relation) on them.... more

03/15/19

#### What is a simple example of a limit in the real world?

This morning, I read Wikipedia's informal definition of a limit: > Informally, a function f assigns an output $f(x)$ to every input $x$. The > function has a limit $L$ at an input $p$ if... more

03/14/19

#### What are the official modes from Ionian to Locrian?

I am having some confusion is respects to the formal definition of what the various modes are. I know that their defined in relation to their scale, however, I've come to realise this may not be... more

03/14/19

#### Who came up with the $\\varepsilon$-$\\delta$ definitions and the axioms in Real Analysis?

I've seen a lot of definitions of notions like boundary points, accumulation points, continuity, etc, and axioms for the set of the real numbers. But I have a hard time accepting these as "true"... more

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