• Model this function in terms of x.?

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    I need to know what the equation would be if this was modelled in terms of x. I'm confused because it doesn't say what x should be. https://imgur.com/70Wnv9G
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  • Stat help please!!?

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  • Use the method of cylindrical shells to find the volume V generated..?

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    Use the method of cylindrical shells to find the volume V generated by rotating the region bounded by the given curves about the specified axis. y = 4sqrtx, y = 0, x = 1; about x = −4
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  • Cryptogram math problem?

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    1 B +B 6 _____ 7 1
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  • If C = 65 degrees and x =22, find r. .?

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  • Derivatives using quotient rule?

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    Suppose that f(2) = −5, g(2) = 4, f '(2) = −2, and g'(2) = 1. Find h'(2). h(x) = g(x)/(1 + f(x)) How do I do this? I'm lost and have no idea how to solve this. You use the quotient rule, but what goes on in the denominator?
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  • Math- how many people purchased only coffee?

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    a coffee shop collected the following information regarding purchases from 120 of its customers. 74 purchased coffee. 46 purchased donuts. 25 purchased coffee and donuts. 74 isn't right
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  • Stats Question?

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    The setting is that a group of students are deciding whether to study for a test or not. There are five students. They all know what their grade will be if they study, and what their grade will be if they don’t. The table below reports these potential outcomes (y_1i andy_0i), along with their actual study decisions (D=1 or D=0). 1.What is the... show more
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  • Help explain error in logic for this actuarial probability practice problem?

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    The question is #83 in the practice problems. "An actuary models the lifetime of a device using the random variable Y = 10X^0.8, where X is an exponential random variable with mean 1. Let f(y) be the density function for Y. Determine f(y), for y > 0" I understand the solution, but I don't quite get what the problem in my original... show more
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  • Calc III question?

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  • Need help with math?

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    Evaluate P(3, 0). 1.)0 2.)1 3.)6
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  • Nth derivative of x/x^2+a^2?

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