Consider the "loop" formed by the parametric equations: x=t^2 ; y=t^3-3t a) estimate the perimeter of the "loop."
Take the total differential of the following: C=C(Y-T, M+B/P) What does this imply about DC>0 ? keywords: partial differential equations, PDEs, PDE
56. Suppose that n does not equal to zero and n does not equal to one. Show that the substitution v = y1-n transforms the Bernoulli equation dy/dx + P(x)y = Q(x)yn into the linear equation dv/dx + (1-n)P(x)v(x) = (1-n)Q(x). 63. The equation dy/dx = A(x)y2 + B(x)y + C(x) is called a Riccati equation. Suppose that one parti
57. Show that the substitution v = lny transforms the differential equation dy/dx + P(x)y = Q(x)(ylny) into the linear equation dv/dx + P(x) = Q(x)v(x) 58. Use the idea in Problem 57 to solve the equation x (dy/dx) - 4x2y + 2ylny = 0 59. Solve the differential equation dy/dx = (x-y-1)/(x+y+3) by finding h and k so t
The differential equation y^2 dx +(2yx - 1)dy = 0 is exact. Is this a true or false statement? Why
Dy = 2x*(y^2 + 16)dx See attached file for full problem description.
Substitution Methods and Exact Equations Homogeneous Equations: Dy/dx = F(y/x) v = y/x, y = vx, dy/dx = v + x(dv/dx) x(dv/dx) = F(v) - v Bernoulli Equations: dv/dx + (1-n) P(x)v = (1-n) Q(x) Criterion for Exactness: F(x,y) = ∫ M(x, y) dx + g(y) Verify that the given differential equation is exa
Find the equation for the current i(t) versus time in a series circuit with inductance L=0.1H, resistance R=8 ohms, and voltage V=12V. The initial current i(0)=2A.
The differential form of the differential equation x^3 y' + 3√y =0 is:
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Find general solutions to each of the following first order differential equations: (a) dy/dt = ty/(1+t2) (b) dy/dt = t + [2y/(1+t)] (c) dy/dt = 2ty2+3t2y2 (d) dy/dt = 3y+3e3t
Consider the system: dx/dt = x+2y+1 dy/dt = 3y (a) Derive a general solution (b) Find equilibrium points of the system (c) Find the solution that satisfies the initial condition x(0) = -1, y(0) = 3. See attached file for full problem description.
Find general solutions to the differential equations (a) y''+4y = sin2x (b) y''-2y'+y = x-2ex See attached file for full problem description.
A body that weighs 16 lb. is attached to the end of a spring which is stretched 2 ft. by a force of 100 lb. It is set in motion from a position of ½ foot from the equilibrium position of the spring with an initial velocity of -10 ft/sec. Assume the motion of this body is subject to a damping force that provides 6 lb of resistan
Consider the differential equation y''-2y'+2y = cost (a) Find a general solution to this equation using techniques for solving linear homogeneous differential equations with constant coefficients in combination with a variation of parameters. (b) Use Laplace Transforms to solve this differential equation with the initial c
Managerial Accounting : Break-Even Point, Internal Rate of Return, Net Present Value and Capital Budgeting
Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. 42. A company paid off a $10,000 long-term note by issuing common stock to the creditor. This transaction would be reflected on the company's statement of cash flows as: a. an addition of $10,000 and a deduction of $10,000 under investing activities. b. an addit
There are 3 sheets in the file with approx 21 questions. Most of them are mathematical, but there are also some that are subjective type questions. I have also attached the tutorials with the problem sets in the same file. In the problem sets on sheet one, I will answer number 9. Chapter 3: Project 3 Mortgages: Princi
A company manufactures and sells x air-conditioners per month. The monthly cost and price-demand equations are C(x) = 180x + 20,0(X) p = 220 - 0.001x 0 =< x <=100,000 (A) How many air-conditioners should the company manufacture each month to maximize its monthly profit? What is the maximum monthly profit, and what should
Represent this block diagram as an equation in the Laplace domain. The equation should be arranged so that a dependent variable is expressed as the sum of independent variables, each of these multiplied by some transfer function. (Note in the diagram that y is subtracted from xsp.) If you could choose Gf to be anything you want
(1) Find parametric equations for the line through the point (0, 1,2) that is parallele to the plane x+y+z = 2 and perpendicular to the line x = 1 +t, y = 1 ?t,z = 2t. (2) An ellipsoid is created by rotating the ellipse 4x2 + y2 = 16 about the x-axis. Find an equation of the ellipsoid.
Find a parametric representation of the surface in terms of the parameters r and theta , where (r, theta, z) are the cylindrical coordinates of a point on the surface: z = 2xy
Find the average value of f(x, y, z) = x y z over the spherical region x^(2) + y^(2) + z^(2) <= (less than or equal to) 1 .
Evaluate the iterated integral. / 0 / 5 l l dx dy l l / -1 / 2
Problem 1 Consider the following transfer function .... (a) What is the steady state gain and time constant? (b) If U(s) =2/s, what is the value of the output when t→∞ (c) For the same U(s) what is the value of the output when t = 10? (d) If U(s) is a unit rectangular pulse what is the output when t→ͩ
Find the area of the portion S of they cylinder x^2 + y^2 = 1 given by the inequality |z| is less than or equal to |y|.
Problem 1 [10 Marks] For the following function a) Plot y(t) versus time b) Find the Laplace transform Y(s) Problem 2 [10 Marks] Find the solution of the following differential equation using Laplace transforms. The initial conditions for y(t) and its derivatives are zero and the forcing function is the unit s
When one models a pair of conventional forces in combat, the following system arises x1' -a -b x1 p x2' = -c -d x2 + q The unknown functions x1(t) and x2(t) represent the strengths of opposing forces at time t. The terms -ax1 and -dx2 represent operational loss rates and -cx1 and -bx2 represent combat loss rates. The c
Use Laplace transforms to solve the initial value problem y'' + ty' - 2y = 1, y(0) = 0, y' (0) =0. Because this equation does not have constant coefficients may need to use the frequency differentiation property of Laplace transforms ( L[(t^n)f(t)](s) = ((-1)^n)F^(n)(s) and the fact that if y(t) is a solution to this differenti
Find the absolute maximum and minimum values of f on the set D. 28. f(x, y) = 3 + xy ? x ? 2y, D is the closed triangular region with vertices (1, 0), (5, 0), and (1, 4) 24. Use Lagrange multipliers to prove that the triangle with maximum area that has a given perimeter p is equilateral.