This is an interesting problem. What I would do first is try plugging in a somewhat large number, like 1000 for x. It's not infinity, but it's large. I removed the interior sets of …

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This is an interesting problem. What I would do first is try plugging in a somewhat large number, like 1000 for x. It's not infinity, but it's large. I removed the interior sets of …

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My process would be to first rewrite the square root by using a fractional exponent (1/2). From there, you multiply by the exponent in front and then subtract one from the exponent. Then …

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0.6 kg of ice at zero degrees Celsius. 0.2 kg of steam at 100 degrees Celsius. What will the final temperature be? Using the latent heat of fusion, the latent heat of vaporization, and the …

The measures of two consecutive angles in a parallelogram are in the ratio 4: 11. What are the measures of the four angles of the parallelogram? Here's a diagram with the information given, …

Thanks for posting the photo of your work George, that makes it much easier to follow. Especially because the syntax in your typed version of the equations is not quote right. If you followed …

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Newton's Second Law states that F = m a (Vectors in bold) Weight = gravitational force (units of Newtons in SI units) F = m g g being the acceleration due to gravity. On Earth, g ~ …

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