6 Answered Questions for the topic Fundamental Theorem
Fundamental Theorem Pre Calculus
given the degree and zeros. Degree: 4, zeros; -5 -2i ; 4 multiplicity 2
Form a polynomial f(x) with real coefficients having the given degree and zeros.Degree 4; zeros: negative 5 minus 2 i ; 4 multiplicity 2
Assume s,v, and a are continuous functions and s is twice differentiable, where s(t) represents the position, v(t) is velocity, a(t) is acceleration
Find the following: d/dx of integral from t to t^2 of v(w)dw integral from t to t^2 of v(w)dw second derivative of integral from t to t^2 of v(w)dw Calculus question I am stuck on
Calculus 2 The Fundamental Theory of Calculus help
Use Part 1 of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to find the derivative of y=∫cos(u2)du for b=4x and a=cos(x). I don't quite understand what to do here.
gradient fields and exact differentials
A. let f(x,y)= xexy, and C be the path y=1/x from (1,1) to (0,∞) 1. calculate F=∇f 2. Calculate the integral ∫cF*dr - directly - by using the fundamental theorem... more
Fundamental Theorem Quadratic Polynomials
Is the FTA, (Fundamental Theorem of Algebra), true for quadratic polynomials?
I would like a detailed explanation. Thanks!
What is the FTA? (Fundamental Theorem of Algebra)
Can someone tell me what the FTA is in basic terms. I'd appreciate a detailed explanation.