373 Answered Questions for the topic Calculus 2

03/10/21

#### 9.7.11 Find the marginal cost function

Find the marginal cost function.C(x)=210+3.3x−0.07xC′(x) = ____________

02/22/21

#### How to solve these computations

Hey I'm looking to check my answers to make sure these computations are correct. The definition used isLet u = i + 2j - k, v = 3i - j + 4k and w = 2j - kCalculate u • vCalculate u x vCalculate (u x...
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12/17/20

#### Explain why that is false. Find the annual interest rate compounded monthly that is actually being charged for financing $17,475 with 72 monthly payments of $299.

The ad for a 4-door sedan claims that a monthly payment of $299 constitutes 0% financing. Explain why that is false. Find the annual interest rate compounded monthly that is actually being...
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12/17/20

#### If payments are made at the end of each period, how much money will be in the account in 6 years?

In order to accumulate enough money for a down payment on a house, a couple deposits $254 per month into an account paying 6% compounded monthly. If payments are made at the end of each period,...
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12/15/20

#### The principal P is borrowed and the loan's future value A at time t is given. Determine the loan's simple interest rate r to the nearest tenth of a percent.

The principal P is borrowed and the loan's future value A at time t is given. Determine the loan's simple interest rate r to the nearest tenth of a percent.P = $2300.00, A = $2328.75, t =...
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12/15/20

#### You can afford monthly deposits of $250 into an account that pays 2.7% compounded monthly. How long will it be until you have $10,000 to buy a boat?

You can afford monthly deposits of $250 into an account that pays 2.7% compounded monthly. How long will it be until you have $10,000 to buy a boat?Type the number of months: ___________(Round...
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12/15/20

#### 3.3 Use technology and the future value formula to find i. FV=$7,426; PMT=$600; n=9; i=?

Use technology and the future value formula to find i.FV=$7,426; PMT=$600; n=9; i=?i=_______(Round to two decimal places as needed.)

12/15/20

#### If one can is selected at random from the cooler, determine the probability that the soda selected is cola, orange soda, or root beer.

A cooler at a picnic contains 100 cans of soda covered by ice. There are 30 cans of cola, 42 cans of orange soda, 16 cans of ginger ale, and 12 cans of root beer. The cans are all the same...
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12/15/20

#### Find and simplify the expression if f(x)=x2−3. f(2+h)

Find and simplify the expression if f(x)=x2−3.f(2+h)f(2+h)= _______ (Simplify your answer. Do not factor.)

12/15/20

#### Using the formula for simple interest and the given values, find I.

Using the formula for simple interest and the given values, find I.P=$300; r=8%; t=7 years; I=?

12/14/20

#### If one can is selected at random from the cooler, determine the probability that the soda selected is ginger ale, orange soda, or root beer.

A cooler at a picnic contains 100 cans of soda covered by ice. There are 34 cans of cola, 38 cans of orange soda, 11 cans of ginger ale, and 17 cans of root beer. The cans are all the same size...
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12/14/20

#### Solve the following problem. n=29; i=0.033; PMT=$195; PV=?

Solve the following problem.n=29; i=0.033; PMT=$195; PV=?PV=$________ (Round to two decimal places.)

12/14/20

#### Use the future value formula to find the indicated value.

Use the future value formula to find the indicated value.FV=$5774; n=9; i=0.06; PMT=?PMT=$_______(Round to the nearest cent.)

12/14/20

#### Use the future value formula to find the indicated value.

Use the future value formula to find the indicated value.n=50; i=0.04; PMT=$92; FV=?FV=$____________(Round to the nearest cent.)

12/13/20

#### Use the continuous compound interest formula to find the indicated value. P=$5,000; r=3.22%; t=6 years; A=?

Use the continuous compound interest formula to find the indicated value.P=$5,000; r=3.22%; t=6 years; A=?A=$_______ (Round to two decimal places as needed.)

05/30/20

#### Find the radius of convergence and interval of convergence of the following power series ∑n=1 ∞ (X-1)^n ÷ (3^n) *(n+1)^3

Find the radius of convergence and interval of convergence of the following powerseries∑n=1∞ (X-1)^n ÷ (3^n) *(n+1)^3PLEASE SOLVE WITH STEPS

05/27/20

#### Determine whether this series is a convergent or divergent.

Dtermine whether this series is a convergent or divergent.∑ n=1∞ 1 /(n + n cos2n) PLEASE explain with steps

05/27/20

#### Find the radius of convergence and interval of convergence of the following power series

Find the radius of convergence and interval of convergence of the following powerseries∞∑ (X-1)^n ÷( 3n(n+1)^3)n=1Please I hope if you know how to answer, when you explain this question to put in...
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05/27/20

#### Determine whether this series is a convergent or divergent.

Determine whether this series is a convergent or divergent.∞∑ [(n + 1)!]2 / ((2n + 2)!)n=1please explain with steps 😊

#### Determine whether this series is a convergent or divergent. ∑ n=1∞ [(n + 1)!]2 /(2n + 2)!

Determine whether this series is a convergent or divergent.∑ n=1∞ [(n + 1)!]2 /(2n + 2)!PLEASE SOLVE THIS PROBLEM WITH STEPS

#### Determine whether this series is a convergent or divergent.

Determine whether this series is a convergent or divergent. ∑ n=1∞ 1 /(n + n cos2n) PLEASE SOLVE THE PROBLEM WITH STEPS

05/27/20

#### Find the radius of convergence and interval of convergence of the following power series ∑n=1 ∞ (X-1)^n ÷ 3n(n+1)^3

Find the radius of convergence and interval of convergence of the following powerseries∑n=1 ∞ (X-1)^n ÷ 3n(n+1)^3PLEASE SOLVE WITH STEPS

#### Calculus Help Please!

If f is integrable on [a, b], then f2 is integrable on [a, b]. This statementhowever is false for the improper integral. Show it by an example. ( Please Explain eachstep )

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