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Statement: If two lines are parallel then they do not intersect.

I have attached a file regarding contrapositives and inverse and converse statements --- Statement: If two lines are parallel then they do not intersect. True Converse: If 2 lines do not intersect then they are parallel False Inverse: If 2 lines are not parallel then they intersect

Al metal reacts with HCl produces AlCl3 and hydrogen gas.

Let C_0 be the space of functions f:R --> R such that lim f(x) = 0 as x goes to infinity and negative infinity C_0 becomes a metric space with sup-norm ||f|| = sup { |f(x)| : x in R } Prove that if A is a family of functions in C_0 such that A is uniformly bounded and equicontinuous, then every sequence of functions

Break Even Point and Capital Budgeting

2. (Payback period, net present value, profitability index, and internal rate of return calculations) You are considering a project with an initial cash outlay of $160,000 and expected free cash flows of $40,000 at the end of each year for 6 years. The required rate of return for this project is 10 percent. a.) What is the pr

Compact Set, Convergent Sequences and Subsequences and Accumulation Points

Prove that a set A, a subset of the real numbers, is compact if and only if every sequence {an} where an is in A for all n, has a convergent subsequence converging to a point in A. For the forward direction, I know that a compact set is closed and bounded, thus every sequence in A is bounded, and so has a convergent subsequen

Geometry

Exactly how many minutes is it before eight o'clock, if 40 minutes ago, it was three times as many minutes past four o'clock?

Use double inegrals to find the volume of a region.

Find the volume of the following region in space: The first octant region bounded by the coordinate planes and the surfaces y=1-x^2, z=1-x^2. This question is #12 (section 9.3) in Advanced engineering mathmatics (8th ed.) by Kreyszig. This section deals with the evaluation of double integrals.

Continuity proofs

Show that if {Aa} is a finite collection of sets... --- (See attached file for full problem description)

Clock problem involving angles

I am studying for a geometry test and am having trouble with a review problem at the end of the chapter. This is not homework. One problem asks the following: At 3:00, the hands of a clock form an angle of 90 degrees. To the nearest second, at what time will the hands of the clock next form a 90 degree angle? I figure t

Length of an Arc and Volume of Dirt

See the attached file. A. The diagram over shows an area of a railway cutting that has failed in the form of a shallow rotational slip. Using radians as a measure of angular displacement determine the length of the failure surface AB. b. A partially completed site survey of a quadrilateral site is given below. You are

Geometry

If you answers are different from minds, please show steps? 1. Find the perimeter of a rectangle that is 12 ft. by 4 1/2 ft. ____a. 16 1/2 ft. _x__b. 33 ft. ____c. 48 1/2 ft. ____d. 54 ft. 2. Find the area of a rectangle that is 2.5 ft. by 4.6 ft. ____a. 38.28 ft ^2 ____b. 14. 2 ft ^ 2 __x_c. 11.5 ft ^2

5 Topology Questions (Including: de Morgan's Laws)

1. Prove the following de Morgan's laws: (a) ... (b) ... 2. Let A be a set. For each p E A, let Gp be a subset of A such that p C Gp C A. Then show that A = Up E A Gp. 3. Let f : X ---> Y be a function and A, B C Y. Then show that (a)... 4. Let f : X ?> Y be a function and A C X, B C V. Then show that (a) A C f-1 o f(A).

Find the Variables and Internal Dimensions For a Studio and Patio

I am building a rectangular studio on south side of house, so that the north side of the studio will be a portion of the currrent south side of the house. The studio walls are 2 feet thick, and the studio's inside south wall is twice as long as its inside west wall. Also, I am building a semicircular patio around the st

Area of circle

An Indian sand painter begins his picture with a circle of dark sand. He then inscribes a square with a side length of 1 foot inside the circle. What is the area of the circle?

Topologies : Open Sets

? Let X:={a,b,c} be a set of three elements. A certain topology of X contains (among others) the sets {a}, {b}, and {c}. List all open sets in the topology T. ? Let X':={a,b,c,d,e} be a set of five elements. A certain topology T' on X' contains (among others) the sets {a,b,c}, {c,d} and {e}. List any other open set in T' which

Topology : Subspace

Suppose (X,T) is a topological space. Let Y be non-empty subset of X. The the set J={intersection(Y,U) : U is in T} is called the subspace toplogy on Y. Prove that J indeed a toplogy on Y i.e., (Y,J) is a topological space.

Topological Space : Subspace

19. Let X be a topological space and let Y be a subset of X. Check that the so-called subspace topology is indeed a topology of Y. (question is also included in attachment)

Topology : Connected Spaces and Explosion Point

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. B6. (a) Define what it means for a topological space to be connected. (b) Suppose that A and B are subspaces of a topological space X, and that U C A fl B is open in both A and B in the relative topologies. Show that U is open in A U B in the relative topology.

Minimize Cost for a Cylindrical Can

The metal used to make the top and bottom of a cylindrical can costs 4 cents/in^2, while the metal used for the sides costs 2 cents/in^2. The volume of the can is to be exactly 100 in^3. What should the dimensions of the can be to minimize the cost of making it? Could you please show all work so I can better grasp the conce

Maltitudes, Circumcircles and Circumcenters

For any quadrilateral one can define the so-called maltitudes. A maltitude on a side of a quadrilateral is defined as the line through the midpoint of the side and perpendicular to the opposite side. Generally the four maltitudes of a quadrilateral are not concurrent, but if the quadrilateral is cyclic they are. Prove that i

Compact and perfect sets

If P is a perfect set and K is compact is the intersection P intersection K always compact?always perfect?.

Dv/dt

If V is the volume of a cube with edge length x and the cube expands as time passes, find dV/dt in terms of dx/dt.

Find all possible lengths, widths & heights of a given volume of a prism

I need to know how to find all possible lengths, widths & heights of a given volume of a rectangular prism. I'm writing a program in Java that takes the user inputted volume of a rectangular prism and then tells the user all of the possible lengths, widths & heights are for that given volume. I just don't know the calculations t

Volume

If 2400 square centimeters of material is available to make a box with a square base and an open top, find the largest possible volume of the box. Volume = cubic centimeters.