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Classify the following differential equations as whether
A. Ordinary or partial
B. Linear or non linear
C. Unknown function
D. Independent variables
2.[1+d^2y/dx^2]^3/4 =p(dy/dx) ^2
Oct 30, 2016
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Jul 23, 2016
The function f(x)=x^3-x^2-x-11/4 is graphed in the x-y plane above. If k is a constant such that the equation f(x)=k has three real solutions, which of the following could be the value of k?
Jul 23, 2016
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Let A, B, n to be whole number.
What is the modular form of the elliptic equation: Y^2= X^3+(A^n-B^n)X^2-(AB)^n
Nov 22, 2015
Thank you for answering my more than a year old question about a spiral of pipe. Frankly, I had forgotten about it and shleved the idea. But now I may go ahead with it. The idea is to use PEX high dtemperature plastic pipe, painted black and coiled up in the sun, as a water heater for my RV. I got the idea when I nearly burned my hand with water from a garden hose left in the sun. I reasoned that if the water was that hot from a light colored garden hose, how much hotter would it be if the "hose" were black (dark green has been shown to be better) and "under glass" - but the question was, how much "hose" (pipe) could I fit on the roof and would there be enough water to be useful? Your answer shows that the idea is feasable and probably affordable. Thank you- gabbyjim, Idaho Falls, ID, USA
Jul 12, 2015