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Calculus and Analysis

Limit points

Prove that the point p is a limit point of the point set X if and only if each open point set containing p contains a point in X which is different from p. Prove without using sequences. Only use the def. of open set, open interval, and that the point p is a limit point of the point set X means that each open interval containing

Determining the best place to sit at the movies based on a set of criteria.

A movie theater has a screen that is positioned 10 feet off the floor and is 25 feet high. The first row of seats is placed 9 feet from the screen and the rows are 3 feet apart. The floor of the seating area is inclined at an angle above the horizontal and the distance up the incline that you sit is x. The theater has 21 ro

Compound Interest Problems

If the tuition at a certain college is determined to cost $ 32000 in 10 years, how large must a trust fund that pays 7.5% compounded continuously be, in order for a child on her 8th birthday to ensure sufficient funds at age 18?

Differentiation/graphs

I have two problems (well, one problem with three parts and another one): 1. (a) Let f(x)=ax^2+bx+c, a does not equal zero, be a quadratic polynomial. How many points of inflection does the graph of f have? (b)Let f(x)=ax^3+bx^2+cx+d, a does not equal zero, be a cubic polynomial. How many points of inflection does the grap

Mu''(t) + ku(t) = 0

Suppose m and k are positive numbers. Find u so that mu''(t) + ku(t)= 0 for all numbers t and u(0)=1 and u'(0)=2. (note: u'' = second derivative of u) Please clarify any shorthand that you are using. Thanks!