### Quadratic formula - error analysis

Improving the Quadratic Formula. Show that these roots can be calculated with the equivalent formulas... (See attachment for full question including Hint)

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Improving the Quadratic Formula. Show that these roots can be calculated with the equivalent formulas... (See attachment for full question including Hint)

The problem is from Numerical Methods. Please show each step of your solution and tell me the theorems, definitions, etc. if you use any. 12. Improving the quadratic formula... Please see attached.

The problem is from Numerical Methods. Please show each step of your solution and tell me the theorems, definitions, etc. if you use any. Find the Taylor polynomial of degree n=4 for each function expanded about the given value... Please see attached.

The problem is from Numerical Methods. Please show each step of your solution and tell me the theorems, definitions, etc. if you use any. Consider the function... a. Expand f(x) in a Taylor series about the point x=0 b. Find an expression for the remainder... Please see attached.

Write the next two terms in the pattern 6,250 1,250 250 50 Find the GCF 140, 180 Find the LCM 7, 11, AND 21

1- suppose you have 45 muffins. how many muffins are left after you give a friend 1/5 of them? 2- a baker at rod's bakery misread the directions and used 5 3/4 cups of flour in a recipe. it was 1 3/4 times too much flour. how much flour should the baker have used? 3- solve the equation. check the solution: x/3=

(r+6)^3-216 then 7(3k-1)^2+26(3k-1)-8.

4. By choosing specific nonzero values of z1 and z2, show that ... is not always valid when log is replaced by Log. Please see the attached file for the completely formatted problems. Others are attached.

If sinx and cosx are the roots of the equation ax^2 + bx + c = 0 then prove that a^2 - b^2 + 2ac = 0.

I need a sequence of transformations that will transform the graph of 'f' into the graph of 'g' where f(x)=x[squared]+1 and g(x)=(x+3)[squared]-4. m(x)= [the sqare root of] (4x+12) [divided by] (2x[squared]-7x+5). (I need to find the domain of m, using interval notation).

1) Let S= {b ,b ,...........b } satisfies b j+1 >2b j for all j =1,2,3,.......n-1. Prove that S is a superincreasing sequence. ≡ 2) Prove that n E N with n ≥ 3 is prime if and only if there exists an integer m such that m^(n-1) ≡ 1 (mod n)^((n-1)/q) but m is not ≡ ( mod n) for any prime q| (n-1)

Please explain how I make this work via my TI-30 (or any calculator for that matter). I dont understand how to "punch" it in. 10 Log 1.9X10^-4 / 1X10^-12 the answer is 82.8 Thank you for helping me get to this answer.

Bonnie drove 540 miles in three times the time it took Buffy to travel 135 miles. Buffy's speed was slower than Bonnie's by 15 miles per hour. Find the rate and time of each.

Without computing the characteristic polynomial, explain why the matrix A below has 0 as eigenvalue; then find a basis for the corresponding eigenspace. A = 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1.

Function A Function B ------------ ----------- n^1/3 6 log(n) is A=O(B) ? Yes/No is A=o(B) ? Yes/No is A=Big Omega(B) ? Yes/No is A=Small Omega(B) ? Yes/No is A=Theta(b) ? Yes/No Also the same for the following pai

Please walk me through this. 6x^4 + 9x^3 + 2x^2 - 8x + 7 / 3x^2 - 2

Please simplify the attached expressions.

Please solve: {(a-2/3a^4)/(5a-10/27a)}. See the attached file.

I am trying to determine and prove the general law for the following sequence: I would like to express it in notation. 1+2=3 4+5+6=7+8 9+10+11+12=13+14+15 16+17+18+19+20=21+22+23+24

Let A be any set of twenty integers chosen from the arithmetic progression 1, 4, 7, ...,100. Prove that there must be two distinct integers in A whose sum is 104.

Select and justify the use of energy methods to molve motion problems.. Please see attached.

1. [sin(x+b) + cos(x+b)]/[cos(x+b)-sin(x+b)]= 2. cos^2(x+b)-cos^2(x-b)= 3. tan x + cot 2x = 4. tan (45 + x) -tan (45 -x)= 5. tanx - cotx + cot 2x = Plus two more...

Divide (12a squared - 25a -7 divided by (3a-7) (x cubed - 6x squared + 7x -2 divided by (x-1) A circle has a radius of 10 inches. Find the increase in area that occurs when the radius is increased by 2 in. Round to the nearest hundredth. An object is released from the top of an building 320 ft high. The initial velocity

1. Find the derivatives for the following functions ("^" means "to the power of", sorry I can't do double exponents on my keyboard) : a. f(X) = 100e10X b. f(X) = e(10X-5) c. f(X) = e^X3 d. f(X) = 2X2e^(1- X2) e. f(X) = 5Xe(12- 2X) f. f(X) = 100e^(X3 + X4) g. f(X) = e^(200X - X2 + X100) 2. Fi

1. Take the function f(X) = (X-1)/X a. What does this function equal when X = 0, X = 1, and X =2 ? b. How about when X =100, X = 1000, and X = 10,000? c. Describe in words what a graph of this function would look like. d. What would you say the limit of this function is as X approaches infinity? You can use logic or

The equation x^4 - 18x^3 + 121x^2 - 368x + 420=0 has complex conjugate roots (4+j2) & (4-j2). By a process of division and solving a quadratic equation, find all the roots and hence write down all the factors of : x^4

1) -2X^2 - 1 = 0 2) √X + 4 = 0

If x > 1 is a given real number, then for every integer n > or equal to 2, (1 + x)^n > 1 + nx.

The Quadratic Equation. Consider the reaction N2O4(g) = 2 NO2(g) at 25 C in a 5.00-L container. Use the quadratic equation to determine the equilibrium concentrations of the N2O4 and NO2 if the initial amounts are 0.100 mol N2O4 and 0.00 mol NO2. The value of the equilibrium constant for the reaction is 4.63 x 10-3 at 25 C

The Quadratic Equation. Question: Consider the reaction 2 COF2(g) = CO2(g) + CF4(g) at 1000 degrees Celsius in a 5.00-L container. Use the quadratic equation to determine the equilibrium concentrations of all reactants and products if the initial amounts are 0.105 mol COF2, 0.220 mol CO2, and 0.055 mol CF4. The value