I was accepted to a math honors program for the summer (I'm currently a sophomore) and need help compiling a succinct-yet-effective list of materials/concepts to review for the placement exam, which...

I was accepted to a math honors program for the summer (I'm currently a sophomore) and need help compiling a succinct-yet-effective list of materials/concepts to review for the placement exam, which...

I'm really struggling with this problem: Find a function that models the surface area of a cube in terms of it's volume. I got that V = x3 and S = 6x2 but I...

Question: According to the model, when will the population be approximately 2.3 million? Answer: 19 years Can someone please list/explain the steps to solving this problem...

Question: What were the populations of PA in 2000 and 2003? Answers: 2000: 2,430,000 2003: 2,408,950 Can someone please list/explain the steps to solving...

Question: According to the model, when will the population be approximately 2.3 million? Answer: 19 years. Can someone please explain/list the steps on how to find this...

Question: What were the populations of PA in 2000 and 2003? Answer: 2000: 2,430,000, 2003: 2,408,950 Can someone please explain/list to me the steps to finding...

A plane travels at 400mph at a bearing of North 40(degrees) East but the wind changes the intended course. The velocity of the wind is 20mph at a bearing of South 10(degrees) West. Find the groundspeed...

1.) Convert cos 3pi/4 + isin 3pi/4 into rectangular form. 2.) Given: z1 = 2(cos pi/3 + isin pi/3) and z2 = -5-5√3 I answer...

Find (f o g)(x) and (g o f)(x)

(F o g)(4) (g o f)(2) (f o f)(1) (g o g)(0)

Solving Log2(2x)+log2(x+2)>log2(16) algebraically

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I am using trigonometric identities like the fundamental identities and pythagorean-rules to substitute/cancel terms until I end up with the same thing on the left of the equation as I have on the...

Question: Write the formula for the function f(x) whose graph is obtained by shifting the graph of √x up 3 units and then reflecting it across the y-axis. What is the domain of f(x)? So...

We are doing simple trig equations, you know, where like 1/2 =cos(theta) and you find on the trig circle what that is equal to. So it would be 60 and 300 degrees. However, I don't know how to solve...

a) Find the common ratio r b) Hence, or otherwise, find Sn, the sum of the first n terms of this sequence ?

f(x)=x2-3x-10

f(x)=x2+2x-7

f(x)=-4x2+3x+15

Can someone help me find the solutions of this equation? I tried a few times but I can't seem to get the right answer. 1 + 2x ...

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