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kdaly1101

Dec 16, 2018

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Do you have a solutions sheet for the optional optimization worksheet? Trying to figure out where mistakes are.

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kdaly1101

Nov 05, 2018

In AP Calculus Forum

will we be forced to NOT use the quotient rule for any rogue denominators, aka bring it up to the numerator with a negative exponent.... if so would we multiply it into the numerator for the time being whilst solving ??? thanks G

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kdaly1101

Oct 12, 2018

In AP Calculus Forum

Could we possibly talk about any of the following points for our math final project?? 1) financial math and debt, a synopsis of how to get through university without going really broke 2) a stream of knowledge touched on in data but more in depth here 3) actuarial science in terms of a general idea of the kind of math it uses, what you take schooling wise and the end goal of what an actuary does I'm just curious, thanks :)

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kdaly1101

Jun 14, 2018

In AP Calculus Forum

the title here is what i am confused about, what exponent does one put on x to create x and the square root of x ????????????????? Thaks for the help!

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kdaly1101

Apr 29, 2018

In AP Calculus Forum

so these things are slightly messing with me, they are the leading coefficents divided provided there both to the nth degree but then how would one get a y=0 ??? i might just be having a massive brainfart but better to ask then to make that mistake on the test👍

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kdaly1101

Apr 29, 2018

In AP Calculus Forum

to estimate would one just find one or two points close to a point and find the slope??? or is theresomething i seem to be missing???

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kdaly1101

Apr 17, 2018

In AP Calculus Forum

I have a question about cubic or quadratic inequalities whne there is some on one side of the inequality and some on the otherside of the inequality. What is confusing me is how to determine once you factor and find the intervals and their signs, how do you know if you are looking for the positive or negative? Do you just assume that '>' means +ve and '<' means -ve??? I hope this makes sense!

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