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**R**and DVD-**R**are competing .... However, because the DVD-**R**format has been in use since 1997, it ...4 Answe

**r**s · Consumer Electronics · 25/01/2008By facto

**r**ing, we have:**r**/(**r**+ 3) + 4/(**r**- 2) = 20/((**r**- 2)(**r**+ 3)) Multiply both sides by... + b**r**+ c, let: a = 1 b = 2 c = -18 Next, by quad**r**atic fo**r**mula:**r**= (-b ± √(b² - 4ac))/2a ==> (-2 ± √((2)² - 4*1*-18))/2 ==> (-2...4 Answe

**r**s · Education & Reference · 02/04/2011I=E/(

**R**+**r**) multiply both sides of the equations by (**R**+**r**): I... subtract**r**from both sides of the equation:**R**=(E/I) -**r***Note: lol wise guy..you were still right in your first...2 Answe

**r**s · Science & Mathematics · 20/02/200810.5 =

**R***12^2 / (1.49 +**R**)^2 Simplify: 10.5=**R***144/(1.49+**R**)^2 Expand: 10.5=**R***144/1.49^2+**R**^2 Simplify again: 10.5=**R***144/2.2201+**R**^2 10.5=**R**...2 Answe

**r**s · Education & Reference · 30/09/2010Add 102.7 to both sides (1/(1+

**r**)) * (29.4/**r**) = 102.7 multiply (1/(1+**r**)) * (29.4/**r**) 29.4/[(1+**r**)(**r**)] = 102.7 .... 0 = 102.7r + 102.7r^2 - 29.4 Use the quadratic formula to find**r**. http://www.purplemath.com/modules/quadform.htm - this site shows the formula...1 Answe

**r**s · Science & Mathematics · 18/10/2009[(

**r**+ 2)^3 - 8] = (**r**+2 - 2)((**r**+2)^2 + 2(**r**+2) + 4) = [**r**(**r**^2 + 4r + 4 + 2r + 4 + 4)] =**r**(**r**^2 + 6r + 12) so: 1) lim g ( as**r**approaches 0) = lim**r**(**r**^2 + 6r + 12) /**r**= lim (**r**^2 + 6r + 12...1 Answe

**r**s · Science & Mathematics · 29/03/2009**r**= √21 (squa**r**e**r**oot of 21) means a numbe**r**times itself (**r**x**r**) equals 21**r**= ∛21 (cube**r**oot of 21) means a numbe**r**times itself th**r**ee times (**r**x**r**x**r**) equals 211 Answe

**r**s · Science & Mathematics · 19/03/2013q(

**r**) =**r**³ + 7**r**² - 24**r**+ 6 q'(**r**) = 3**r**² + 14**r**- 24 ext**r**eme value if q'(**r**) = 3**r**² + 14**r**- 24 = 0**r**= -6**r**= 4/3 q(-6) = 186 q(-8) = 134 q(-1) = 36 conclusion, fo**r****r**∈[-8, -1], q_max = 1864 Answe

**r**s · Science & Mathematics · 16/08/2009De

**r**ivative of e^(**r**/2) with**r**espect to**r**= d(e^(**r**/2))/d**r**=(d(e^(**r**/2))/d(**r**/2)) x (d(**r**/2)/d**r**) =e^(**r**/2)x(1/2) =(e^(**r**/2))/2 Anti-de**r**ivative o**r**indefinite integ**r**al of e^(**r**/2): = ∫(e^(**r**/2))d**r**= (e^(**r**/2))/(1/2) = 2e^(**r**/2) To find the integ**r**al...2 Answe

**r**s · Science & Mathematics · 25/08/2010**R**is reflexive, because for any x, x^2 ≤ x^2**R**is not symmetric. For example, 2**R**3 but not 3**R**2.**R**...1 Answe

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