x = -pi/2
f(x)=sin x x⋲(-2pi,0)
the derivate for f is : f'(x) = cosx
f(x) achieve a minimum when : f'(x) =0
cosx = 0 genral solution is :
x = pi/2 +kpi .. k in Z
but : x⋲(-2pi,0) so : x = -pi/2.....(k = -1)
The value of x is 1.252762968495368
We have to find the value of x in given equation
Given equation is:
Simplify the left side of equation
Move 2 from left side to right side of equation
Taking ln on both sides
ln and e cancels each other each other
x = 1.252762968495368
Thus the value of x is found
the answer is x=27 hope that helps :)
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If the statement p^q is true then it mean both have to be true in order for the statement to be true.
Answer: You can do 60.84 divided by 4 and there's your answer.
Answer: 2/3, 2/3, 2, 2, Infinite
Explanation: I just finished the assignment
For the line ax+by=c, solving for y gives ...
y = (-a/b)x +c/b
The slope in this slope-intercept form is the coefficient of x, -a/b. The y-intercept is c/b.
a) For the first line, the slope is ...
-a/b = -(-2)/3 = 2/3
b) For the second line, the slope is ...
-a/b = -4/1 = -4
c) The y-intercept of the first line is ...
c/b = 6/3 = 2
d) The y-intercept of the second line is ...
c/b = 12/1 = 12
e) The slopes of the lines are different, so there is one (1) solution.
multiply 7 the whole number by the denominator which is 5 then at your answer 35 and add to the numeration which is 2 so, 35 +2 is 37and add the numerator to the bottom and your improper fraction is 37/5
The numbers on the clock are separated by 30°, so the number 4 is at 120° after 12. The next number is 5, at 150°.
(f-g)(x) = f(x)- g(x)
= 3x - 1 - ( x + 2)
=3x - 1 - x - 2
= 2x - 3
You can write an equation for the total amount of sugar, or you can write one for the amount used. If b is the number of batches of cookies, 2/3b is the number of cups of sugar used to make cookies.
2/3b + 10 = 16 . . . . . all of the sugar
2/3b = 6 . . . . . . . . . .cups of sugar used
The second equation is the result of subtracting 10 from the first equation.
b = (3/2)(6) = 9 . . . . . multiply by 3/2
Mara made 9 batches of cookies.
9 batches of cookies
Mara bought a bag that contained 16
cups of sugar. She uses 2/3 cup of
sugar each time she makes a batch of
cookies. If the bag now has 10 cups of
sugar left, how many batches of cookies
has she made? (Show equation)
Well, if the bag originally had 16 cups and now it has 10 cups, then you have to subtract 10 from 16 (16-10). 16 - 10 = 6 cups used. Now you have to divide 2/3 from 6 (6 ÷ 2/3). 6 ÷ 2/3 = 9 batches of cookies.
8-2/x (x is the denomanator)
trust me i did it on khan academy.