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Please show me the steps to reach the solutions. See the attached file. Thanks in advance, Find the intervals on which f(x) is increasing...

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Please show me the steps to reach the solutions. See the attached file. Thanks in advance, Find the intervals on which f(x) is increasing...

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Refer to the graph of the function f in the following figure. Find the value of x, where x is an integer, corresponding to the point on the graph of f located at a height of 1 unit from the x-axis.

Don't mind the graphing part. What I got out of the assignment is the vertex portion. Please see the attached file. 1.Find and label the vertex and the line of symmetry. Graph the function. F(x)= 4x The vertex is (type an ordered pair) 2.Find and label the vertex and the kline of symmetry. Graph the function f(x)=(

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An application of a rational function is T = (AB)/(A+B), which gives the time, T, it takes for two workers to complete a particular task where A & B represent the time it would take for each individual worker to complete the identical task. Estimate how long it takes you to complete a task of your choice (house cleaning, mow

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1. For the function a. Find all the points of inflection of b. Determine the concavity of each part of the graph, showing your results in a table. c. Sketch the graph on a suitable scale showing the concavity and points of inflection.

See attached chart.. can you find the optimal solution?

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Take a system of equations (make one up) and then solve it using THREE METHODS: substitution, elimination, and graphing.

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18). Find the dimensions of a cylinder of maximum volume that can inscribed in a cone with radius 12cm and height 20cm. 19). A ball is thrown upward with a velocity of 39.2 m/sec from a height of 6cm. Find A) the maximum height B) the time required to reach the maximum height C) the velocity after 8 seconds

A particle moves along the graph of the function y=8/3x^3/2 (the 3/2 is the exponent on the x) at the constant rate of 2 units per seconds. The particle starts at the point where x=1 and travels in the direction of increasing x. After one minute, what is the x-value, rounded to the nearest hundreth, of the point of the location

Need detail on this problem (a) I= {4m+6n l m, n E Z} closest to (and including) 0. E=epsilon Z=integers (b)Show that the set I is closed under addition and multiplication (c)Use part (a) to find an mEZ such that I=mZ.

Prob.1 Algorithms and Euler's phi function Let I= { 4m+10nlm, n E Z} I= { 9m+10nlm, n E Z} I= { 15m+51nLm, n E Z} Use the Euclidean Algorithm. Let a>0 and b>0 be integers to find an aEZ such that I=mZ Z=integers E=epsilon I hope you can understand what I've written. If not let me know.

Find the x-intercepts of y=x^2+4x since this is not a trinomial.

Find the distance between (11,-8) and (-1,-3).

The system of equations is: x+y+z=3 3x+3y+7z=0 x+3y-2z=17 My solution showed x=1 y=4 z=-2 how do I go about putting this on a graph?

Please show each step of your solution. Thank you.

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. Block diagram of the system: Where Open Loop Transfer Function Closed Loop Transfer Function = a) Find the stable range of gains b) Using MATLAB, plot: i. Bode plot (gain margin, phase margin) ii. Nyquist plot (gain margin, phase margin) iii

1. A company that manufactures bicycles has a fixed cost of $ 100,000. It costs $ 100 to produce each bicycle. The selling price per bike is $ 300. a) Write the cost function, C. b) Write the revenue function, R c) Determine the breaking point. Describes what this means.

1. Give an example of a linear function and show at least one method of graphing it. By looking at the graph of a line, how can you tell if its slope is negative? What kind of line has a slope of zero and why? 2. Give an example of quadratic function and show at least one method of graphing it

How many different values of x is f(x)=.2?

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. Assume that f^(-1)(a, pos. infinity) is measurable and that E is measurable. True of False: 1) If is measurable, then is measurable because Both and are measurable. 2) for every real number c.

Please see the attached file. g of f 5x^2+7x+7+6 = 5x^2+7x=+13 I need help with f of g