Angular velocity is the rate at which the angle (in radians) changes.
We know the moon takes 27.32 days to go around the earth. So we know the period of one orbit.
This can be thought of as a ratios question, or you can just use the formula.
Ratios:
2π is to...

If the inflation rate of something is 0.9% per month, that means after one month,
original price P0 has increased by 0.9% or in effect, been multiplied by one factor of 100%+0.9% = 100.9% = 1.009
Therefore after one month P1= 1.009P0
After another month, the...

A) [3,11) x∈I
B) 11 (-5 is not a whole number)
C) 1∩4 (means 1 AND 4)

Looking at the function, you can see that we have a constant - a quotient involving x.
We can see that the order (the highest power) of the numerator of the quotient is one , while the order of the denominator is two. Therefore as x gets large, this entire quotient gets small. That's the...

either might work. You can pick up the extra courses after finishing either one.
Or you may be able to take appropriate courses as electives. There are specialists who teach courses specifically about writing software to avionics standards. That might interest you --- it might be enough...

For a cube specifically, V = s3 so dV/ds = 3s2
∴ dV = 3s2 ds
ds = (1/35)"
s = 5 "
therefore dV = 3(5")2((1/35)")
= 75/35 cubic inches or simplifying
= 2 & (1/7) cubic inches or as a decimal: 2.142 cubic inches...

Hi Laura,
All you have to do for this type of question is plug in the value that is in the parentheses beside the name of the function into the function wherever you see the original variable.
for example if I said F(x) = 5x+4/x and I asked you to find F(5) you would calculate F(5),...

Hi Laura,
All you have to do for this type of question is plug in the value that is in the parentheses beside the name of the function into the function wherever you see the original variable.
for example if I said F(x) = 5x+4/x and I asked you to find F(5) you would calculate F(5),...

Hi Laura,
All you have to do for this type of question is plug in the value that is in the parentheses beside the name of the function into the function wherever you see the original variable.
for example if I said F(x) = 5x+4/x and I asked you to find F(5) you would calculate F(5),...

Hi Laura,
All you have to do for this type of question is plug in the value that is in the parentheses beside the name of the function into the function wherever you see the original variable.
for example if I said F(x) = 5x+4/x and I asked you to find F(5) you would calculate F(5),...

Hi Laura,
All you have to do for this type of question is plug in the value that is in the parentheses beside the name of the function into the function wherever you see the original variable.
for example if I said F(x) = 5x+4/x and I asked you to find F(5) you would...

When learning to solve word problems, it pays to go carefully and think about what each word or phrase means.
"One number"... it sounds like a pretty generic number. So we can give it our own name.
x,y,z are traditional names but we can really use any letter that...

We first convert the English into math carefully.
4 times a number. Hmm. "Number" is very vague. Let's assign "a number" the symbol
x, instead.
4 times a number now looks like :
4x (e.g. 4 times "x")
Reading...

Draw a diagram.
First, draw a rectangle representing the un-cut piece of cardboard.
Label the sides. L and W would be good names (representing the length and width, respectively).
Now draw four dotted lines, representing where the piece of cardboard...

What does Newton's second law say?
It takes a certain amount of net force to accelerate any mass, because according to the first law, objects with mass have an inertia that prefers to stay at rest if at rest and keep traveling at a constant velocity (in a straight line) if in motion...

Hi Joey,
I've subscribed to your question.
I've written my answer as a series of hints, so you can try to use as few of them as possible. Stop reading if a hint gives you a big enough kick-start to finish the problem on your own. If you have an attempt...

I think your second x might have supposed to have been a y. Am I right?
What have you tried so far?
The addition method involves adding one equation to another. If the second x were a y, and you added the two equations together, what would you get on the...

Whenever you multiply a matrix on the left with dimension m * n (m rows and n columns) by a matrix on the right with dimension p*q (p rows and q columns), the rule is:
If you write each matrix's dimensions below it, observe the following.. by thinking about what carrying out the matrix...

First, notice that the series you wrote is
∑ (-3)(n) for n ∈ [0,5]
There is a general formula for the sum of a basic geometric series that you should know or learn.
Here's a hint: How can you simplify the product of (1-x) and a summation, for...

So you need to apply your equation:
T(t) = 35 + 41e-0.058 t
to find T.
They want you to figure out the temperature of the pudding, and they have told you they decided to call it
T.
The notation T(t) means T is a function of t. In...