Mr. G, how do I find the vector equation of a line that passes through the point (1, 3, 5) and is perpendicular to the plane -7y - 42z + 56 = 0 ?
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how do you determine the height for the inscribed questions for example in this question: How could you tell that the height of the triangle was h-10? (why is it not h/2) why couldn't you assume that r was also 10 cm even though the radius throughout a circle is uniform? vs a problem like this w
Since it's March 14th today, I am going to celebrate it somehow. So I will do a proof on why the heck √2 is irrational( like literally a serious proof). (As if it's related...) Proof: Assume that √2 is rational, which would imply that it could be expressed as a/b(you have to believe me that
I like how Unit 8 on Mr.G's Calculus website says "Coming soon" for the last three videos. Everything is coming soon, everything you wanted. But then there is always something leaving earlier, which we should cherish but we don't really care until we care. Like... I am pretty sure everyone can f
We live with continuity, but we do discontinue sometimes. When our daily life function gets irrupted, we tend to stop. It's the decision we make that decides either we go up from this point on or we go down. Derivatives, the short cut we know doesn't work. Not even limits. It can't deal with this
2.c) on page 56. I’ve tried rationalizing, changing 2/3 into a decimal, u substitution for the function given as well as usubstitution for the term just under the root ie 1/u. All of these have turned out pretty ugly and have not given me the answer of -1/27. How do I approach this question without
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