# Calculus 3

All new and solved questions in Calculus 3 category

##### For questions3: Rewrite the LP in standard formMinimize: Subject to:Sx, 2x, < X1,Xz 2 0Minimize: Subject t0:3x1 5x1 8x, X1,Xv Xa 2 04Xa 6x3 9x353 {Minimize: Subject to:25x, 30xz 7xz Sxz 2 9xz4x1 8x1 6X,(Hint: Currently non-negativity constraints are NOT acting upon variables X1 and Xz)
For questions 3: Rewrite the LP in standard form Minimize: Subject to: Sx, 2x, < X1,Xz 2 0 Minimize: Subject t0: 3x1 5x1 8x, X1,Xv Xa 2 0 4Xa 6x3 9x3 53 { Minimize: Subject to: 25x, 30xz 7xz Sxz 2 9xz 4x1 8x1 6X, (Hint: Currently non-negativity constraints are NOT acting upon variables X1 and Xz)...
##### 5.As of Jan: 24,2019, Wolfram Alpha .' is able to correctly solve the equation dy/dx v2_Sy+6 with the initial value v(O)-4, but not with the initial value Y(O)-2. Explain why you think this is so. You may find it useful to solve the problem yourself and see why y(O)-2 is special. (Bennett 1.61)
5.As of Jan: 24,2019, Wolfram Alpha .' is able to correctly solve the equation dy/dx v2_Sy+6 with the initial value v(O)-4, but not with the initial value Y(O)-2. Explain why you think this is so. You may find it useful to solve the problem yourself and see why y(O)-2 is special. (Bennett 1.61)...
##### Problem Consider the partial order lowing Hasse diagram,{4,b, d,e, f ; 9;h} determined by the fol-and answer the following aboutIs it true that d \$ g? Find all minimal and maximal elements_ Are there any maximum elements? Find all common upper bounds of and (that is, find every such that 3 4 and f \$ q). Find the least upper bound of and
Problem Consider the partial order lowing Hasse diagram, {4,b, d,e, f ; 9;h} determined by the fol- and answer the following about Is it true that d \$ g? Find all minimal and maximal elements_ Are there any maximum elements? Find all common upper bounds of and (that is, find every such that 3 4 and ...
##### Prove the Bounded Monotonic Sequence Theorem with the hypothesis that the sequence {Xn} is eventually non-decreasing or (eventually increasing and bounded above_ (by Prove the Bounded Monotonic Sequence Theorem with the hypothesis that the sequence {Xn} is eventually non-increasing eventually decreasing and bounded below_ Hint: The hypothesis that the seq: is eventually monotonic influences the choice of N.)
Prove the Bounded Monotonic Sequence Theorem with the hypothesis that the sequence {Xn} is eventually non-decreasing or (eventually increasing and bounded above_ (by Prove the Bounded Monotonic Sequence Theorem with the hypothesis that the sequence {Xn} is eventually non-increasing eventually decrea...
##### 3. Transform the following sentences into predicate formulas with using the same ontology. (10 ì ). 1) Only two students took both French and Greek in spring 2016. 2) All Germans speak at least two languages. 4. Read the following paragraph and answer the questions. Every man does not hit a woman whom he loves. John and Bill are men and Mary is a woman. Mary loves either John or Bill. Bill hit Mary. Does Mary love John? a) Represent the above sentences into FOL (First Order Logic) formulas with
3. Transform the following sentences into predicate formulas with using the same ontology. (10 ì ). 1) Only two students took both French and Greek in spring 2016. 2) All Germans speak at least two languages. 4. Read the following paragraph and answer the questions. Every man does not hit a woman...
##### Sketch the graph of the functionSketch the domain of the functionf(x,y) = ?xy.f(x,y) = x2
Sketch the graph of the function Sketch the domain of the function f(x,y) = ?xy. f(x,y) = x2...
##### 11. Find an equation of the sphere with center (-3, 2, 5) and radius 4. What is the intersection of this sphere with the -plane?
11. Find an equation of the sphere with center (-3, 2, 5) and radius 4. What is the intersection of this sphere with the -plane?...
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##### Please Carefully Solve and Explain Thank You
Please Carefully Solve and Explain Thank You...
##### Please Carefully Solve and Explain, Thank You
Please Carefully Solve and Explain, Thank You...
##### Can anyone explain this?
can anyone explain this?...
##### Can someone solve and explain this? Thanks so much.
Can someone solve and explain this? Thanks so much....
##### Find the hawk’s velocity vector.(5) Find the hawk’s velocity at t = 3. This vector should be tangent to the graph of the hawk’sposition. Draw the vector on the graph with the tail/initial point of the vector at the positionof the hawk at t = 3.(6) A second hawk is nearby with a velocity vector of ~v2(t) = ??3? cos(?t),3? sin(?t),1?. If thesecond hawk has a position at t = 1 of ~r2(1) = ?0,6,1?, find the position vector.
Find the hawk’s velocity vector. (5) Find the hawk’s velocity at t = 3. This vector should be tangent to the graph of the hawk’s position. Draw the vector on the graph with the tail/initial point of the vector at the position of the hawk at t = 3. (6) A second hawk is nearby with a velocit...
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##### Write an equation of the tangent plane to the surface sinxy+sinyz+sinxz=1 at the point (1, pi/2,0).
Write an equation of the tangent plane to the surface sinxy+sinyz+sinxz=1 at the point (1, pi/2,0)....
##### Write an equation of the tangent plane to the surface sinxy+sinyz+sinxz=1 at the point (1, pi/2,0).
Write an equation of the tangent plane to the surface sinxy+sinyz+sinxz=1 at the point (1, pi/2,0)....