**a**.**k**equals**m**divide by n. b.**V**equals**k**divided by the product of w and h. c. E ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/03/2013

**a**)**v**(1-w)+w(**v**-1)**v**-**v**w+w**v**-w since -vw+wv=0 ans ..**v**-w b)**m**^2-(**k**-**m**)^2 over**k**,**k**=/ 0**m**^2-(**k**^2-2km+**m**^2) over**k m**^2-**k**^2+2km-**m**^2 over**k**...6 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25/02/2011

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**V**_**m**. Then since y is the limit of (y_i), there is**a k**> 0 such that y_n is in**V**_**m**for all n >=**k**. Case 1:**k**<=**m**. Then y_**m**...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/10/2010

... by 2 KA² = MVi² A² = ( M / K )Vi² A = √( M / K )Vi ← this assumes that i is an index on V , not √(-1)

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**k**Now add both solutions:**v**=**A**e^kt/**m**+ 9.8/**k**And use the initial conditions:**v**(0) =**v**(0) to evaluate**A**...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 31/12/2006

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**m**/**k**)*dv / [ mg/**k**-**v**^2] And replace mg/**k**with**a**^2. The easiest method is to get the hyperbolic trig function directly...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 21/06/2007

**k**- 16= 7**k**= 23 y + 12 = -10 y= 22 x + 8 = -1 x= -9**v**+ 13 = -11**v**= -24 p + 14 = -1 p= -15 h - 9 = 12 h= 21 c + 5 = 2 c= -3**a**- 12 = -19**a**= -7 q + 3 + -5 q = -8**m**- 10 = 4**m**= 14 j+11= 4 j= -75 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/09/2011

mv' = -mg -kv v ' + ( k / m ) v = -g d/dt [ e^(kt/ m ) v ] = -ge^(kt/ m ) e^(kt/ m ) v = -g ∫e^(kt/ m ) dt e^(kt/ m ...kt/ m ) - gm/ k Or using separation of variables: ∫ dv / (-g - ( k / m ) v ) = ∫ dt - m / k ln(gm + kv) = t + c ln(gm + kv) = -kt/ m + c gm + kv = ce^(-kt/ m ) v ...

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