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An object with a mass of # 15 kg# is lying on a surface and is compressing a horizontal spring by #10 cm#. If the spring's constant is # 8 (kg)/s^2#, what is the minimum value of the surface's coefficient of static friction?
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How do you differentiate the following parametric equation: # x(t)=e^t/(t+t)^2-t, y(t)=t-e^(t) #?
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How do you write an nth term rule for #1,-4,16,-64# and find #a_6#?
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How do you simplify #4/15 + 2/4#?
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Thanks! I can't believe it didn't occur to me to go with the simplest solution and just C&P in the appropriate symbol.
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How can I write the reduced planck's constant in Socratic's math notation?
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How do you solve #x-7=13#?
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How do you simplify #2+6(7n-6)#?
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How do you convert #y=x-2y+x^2y^2 # into a polar equation?
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How do you simplify #sqrt72-sqrt8+sqrt128#?
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I just went ahead and assumed they wanted the differential of a function #f(x,y)#. Gradient works well for that.
I guess since the section header is implicit differentiation that might have been where they were going with it.
But I'm here to solve problems, not to guess what the problem is. So I made it work.
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How do you differentiate #sqrt(e^(x-y^2)-(xy)^2#?
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