## the unitary method, Mathematics

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#### Trapezoid rule - approximating definite integrals, Trapezoid Rule - Approxi...

Trapezoid Rule - Approximating Definite Integrals For this rule we will do similar set up as for the Midpoint Rule. We will break up the interval [a, b] into n subintervals of

#### Integers, need answer to integers that equal 36

need answer to integers that equal 36

#### Permatuation and combination problem, How may six digit numbers can be made...

How may six digit numbers can be made in which the sum of the digits is even? Ans = 9*10*10*10*10*5

#### find the original number, A two-digit number is seven times the sum of its...

A two-digit number is seven times the sum of its digits.  The number formed by reversing the digits is 18 less than the  original number. Find the original number.

#### Micrometer, how to use a micrometer

how to use a micrometer

#### Conic sections, The locus of the midpoint of the chords of an ellipse which...

The locus of the midpoint of the chords of an ellipse which are drawn through an end of minor axis is called

#### Vector analysis ...gradient, A body is constrained to move in a path y = 1+...

A body is constrained to move in a path y = 1+ x^2 and its motion is resisted by friction. The co-efficient of friction is 0.3. The body is acted on by a force F directed towards t

#### Hydrostatic pressure and force - applications of integrals, Hydrostatic Pre...

Hydrostatic Pressure and Force - Applications of integrals In this part we are going to submerge a vertical plate in water and we wish to know the force that is exerted on t

#### Example of log rules, Example of Log Rules: Y = ½ gt 2 where g = 32 ...

Example of Log Rules: Y = ½ gt 2 where g = 32 Solution: y = 16 t 2 Find y for t = 10 using logs. log y = log 10     (16 t 2 ) log 10 y = log 10 16 + log 10

#### Determine an actual explicit solution, Determine an actual explicit solutio...

Determine an actual explicit solution to y′ = t/y; y(2) = -1. Solution : We already identify by the previous illustration that an implicit solution to this IVP is y 2 = t 2 -

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