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Chandan Yashraj
4/19/2011 09:37:21 am
For number 17 in 11.6, how is there an x in the final answer? I found the A value, and tried finding the B value using the method that the book uses by plugging in values for x, but I got 1/3 for it. If someone can explain why there's an x, that would help.
Ashwin Chakilum
4/19/2011 01:01:55 pm
@Chandan Yashraj
Ashwin Chakilum
4/19/2011 01:04:11 pm
Ehh... main point:
Sohaila M
4/19/2011 02:52:47 pm
Im a little confused on number 35. I understand how to set it up, i just dont know how to go about solving it.
Shivani D.
4/19/2011 02:54:46 pm
Hey guys:)
Chandan Yashraj
4/19/2011 03:44:07 pm
@sohaila
Chandan Yashraj
4/19/2011 03:44:36 pm
BTW, thanks Ashwin!
Shivani D
4/19/2011 04:29:54 pm
Chandan and Sohaila,
Shivani D
4/19/2011 04:30:50 pm
And nevermind about 19, I got it:)
Justin Temple
4/20/2011 01:26:45 pm
Could someone help me with number 66 on the review? Also, what's James's method?
Shivani D
4/20/2011 02:09:01 pm
Justin, James's method is basically thwe book method for example 2 on 11.6:)
maddie s
4/20/2011 02:45:54 pm
on the review page 707 #63 how do you find the new domain since the original domain goes from infinity to infinity Comments are closed.

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