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How to reach this result " #5pi/6# with : 2arcsin(1)-1arcsin(1/2)= What are the steps?
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How to reach this result " #5pi/6# with : 2arcsin(1)-1arcsin(1/2)= What are the steps?
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How to reach this result " #5pi/6# with : 2arcsin(1)-1arcsin(1/2)= What are the steps?
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Does the series # sum_{n=1}^oo (5n)^(3n)/(5^n+3)^n# converge or diverge?
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Does the series # sum_{n=1}^oo (5n)^(3n)/(5^n+3)^n# converge or diverge?
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What is the convergence (absolute or conditional) of the alternate series: #f(x)=sum_{n=1} ^oo (-1)^n ((n)/(7n^2+3)) # ?
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What is the convergence (absolute or conditional) of the alternate series: #f(x)=sum_{n=1} ^oo (-1)^n ((n)/(7n^2+3)) # ?
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Consider a mobile moving along this path that starts at the point #(0,0)#. What are the coordinates of the point of arrival of the mobile ? (See image below)
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What are the steps to rewrite #(5x+3)/(x^(2)+4x+7# so it end up #((5(2x+4))/(2(x^(2)+4x+7)))-(7)/((x^(2)+4x+7))# ?
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