Six students need to be placed in a dormitory. There are four double rooms, two single rooms, and two students cannot be placed together, how many ways are there to place the students?
Context: We are learning Rolle, Lagrange, Fermat, Taylor Theorems in our Real Analysis class. We just finished continuity and are now studying differentiation. Question: Let f: [a,b] --> R, a < b, twice differentiable with the second derivative continuous such that f(a)=f(b)=0. Denote M = sup |f "(x)| where x is in [a,b]
Find the rule for the sequence below. square 2x2 =10 3x3=40 +30=20 difference 4x4=90+50=20 difference 5x5=160+70=20 difference
Find the dimensions of the rectangle of the largest area that has its base on the x axis and its other two vertices above the x axis and lying on the parabola y=8-x^2.
Find a polynomial p so that: p''(t)+3p'(t) + 2p(t) = (t^2)-2 for all numbers t. (note: p''= p double prime and t^2 = t raised to the power of 2)
Find the absolute maximum and absolute minimum values of f on the given interval. F(x) = sqrt(9-x^2) [-1, 2] or in other words: F(x) equals the square root of (9 minus x squared). The problem is also attached in MS word.
Two carts A and B are connected by a rope 39 feet long that passes over pulley P. The point Q is on the floor directly beneath P and between the carts. Cart A is being pulled away from Q at a speed of 2 ft/sec. How fast is cart B moving toward Q at the instant cart A is 5 feet from Q? Express solution using related rate n
Find the derivative. a) f= 4-sqrt(x+3) b) f= (x+1)/(2-x) See attachment below for additional information.