Mathematics

epub, mobi |eng | 2011-12-20 | Author:Mark Zegarelli
Figure 7-2: A trig substitution triangle for the tangent case. 2. Identify the separate pieces of the integral (including dx) that you need to express in terms of . In ...

( Category:
Calculus
September 10,2014 )

epub |eng | 2014-06-09 | Author:Mark Ryan
Now let’s take a second trip along f to consider its intervals of concavity and its inflection points. First, consider intervals A and B in Figure 11-11. The graph of ...

( Category:
Calculus
September 10,2014 )

epub |eng | 2014-06-04 | Author:Marciano, John Bemelmans
Europe Divided and United As the 1867 Exposition Universelle entered its final month, the International Conference on Geodesy got under way in Berlin. It was part of the largest cooperative, ...

( Category:
Measurement
September 5,2014 )

mobi, epub |eng | 2014-07-31 | Author:Zvi Artstein
The fact that a donor's blood sample is tested, in other words the subject, that is, the donor, is chosen almost randomly, is an important fact of the analysis (it ...

( Category:
History
September 5,2014 )

mobi |eng | 2011-11-23 | Author:Crilly, Tony [Crilly, Tony]
The supporting cast We have already raised the fine distinction between formulae and equations. This raises a secondary question, though: is there always a formula for solving an equation? The ...

( Category:
Mathematics
September 4,2014 )

epub |eng | 2014-08-31 | Author:Fernandez, Oscar E.
xviA general logistic equation looks like p′= ap − bp2, where a and b are numbers. In 1837 the Dutch mathematical biologist Pierre-François Verhulst introduced this mathematical model (with a, ...

( Category:
Calculus
September 1,2014 )

epub | | 0101-01-01 | Author:Denscombe
Key point Positivism is an approach to social research that seeks to apply the natural science model of research to investigations of social phenomena and explanations of the social world. ...

( Category:
Statistics
September 1,2014 )

epub |eng | 2014-08-31 | Author:Mazur, Joseph
But, then, why did Bombelli give us the following long list of redundant products of dignità? It looks as if figure 14.2 represents a doodling account of sheep to put ...

( Category:
Logic
September 1,2014 )

epub |eng | 1988-03-22 | Author:Brian W. Kernighan & Dennis Ritchie [Kernighan, Brian W.]
The for loop in lookup is the standard idiom for walking along a linked list: for (ptr = head; ptr != NULL; ptr = ptr->next) ... install uses lookup to ...

( Category:
C & C++
August 30,2014 )

epub |eng | 2012-08-22 | Author:Sandra Luna McCune & Sandra Luna McCune
Step 1. Count the terms of the polynomial. has exactly one term Step 2. State the specific name. is a monomial. Step 1. Count the terms of the polynomial. has ...

( Category:
Arithmetic
August 23,2014 )

epub |eng | 2014-01-06 | Author:Max Tegmark [Tegmark, Max]
The traditional formulation of the law simply corresponds to ignoring the subject. When I published a technical article about this (http://arxiv.org/pdf/1108.3080.pdf),2 I included a mathematical proof of the second part ...

( Category:
Cosmology
August 22,2014 )

azw3 |eng | 2014-08-11 | Author:Posamentier, Alfred S. & Lehmann, Ingmar [Posamentier, Alfred S.]
Hint: Mathematicians have been frustrated by this question, as they believe it requires thirteen hours, which would make it impossible for them to leave the cave with a flashlight having ...

( Category:
Math Games
August 22,2014 )

epub |eng | 2013-06-18 | Author:Lomax, Richard G. & Hahs-Vaughn, Debbie L. [Lomax, Richard G.]
Interpreting the output: Annotated results from the Tukey HSD procedure, as one example MCP, are shown in Table 12.2. Note that CIs around a mean difference of 0 are given ...

( Category:
Statistics
August 22,2014 )

mobi |eng | 2002-08-21 | Author:Gowers, Timothy [Gowers, Timothy]
Another way of putting it, which is perhaps clearer, is this. If a curved shape has an area of exactly 12 square centimetres, and I am required to demonstrate this ...

( Category:
Mathematics
August 21,2014 )

mobi |eng | 2012-04-25 | Author:Haigh, John [Haigh, John]
Combining tiny probabilities How likely is it that at least one among an enormous number of events, each having a tiny probability, will occur? This can be the pertinent question ...

( Category:
Probability & Statistics
August 21,2014 )

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