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How Can You Compare The Capability Of Shanks Y-8/Zdk-03 AWACS With Several Others?From Military Forum:
How can you compare the capability of Shanks Y-8/ZDK-03 AWACS with several others? How can you compare the capability of Shanks Y-8/ZDK-03 AWACS with several others? Options are: (1) E-3 Sentry, (2) Boeing 737 Wedge tail, (3) E-2D Hawk eye, (4) Brief A-50, (5) AI Phalcon (6) SAAB Erieye N.B. No personal opinions. Only facts please.
Answer: No. The true capabilities of all of these are classified. Any answer you get will be pure conjecture.
A Rectangle Is Inscribed With Its Base On The X-Axis And Its Upper Corners On The Parabola Y= 8-X^2. What Are?From Mathematics Forum:
A rectangle is inscribed with its base on the x-axis and its upper corners on the parabola y= 8-x^2. What are? A rectangle is inscribed with its base on the x-axis and its upper corners on the parabola y= 8-x^2. What are the dimensions of such a rectangle with the greatest possible area?
Answer: the dimensions of the rectangle: the base is 5 long (from -2.5 to 2.5, centered on the y-axis) the height is 1.75 and the area is 8.75
What Is The Value Of The X Variable In The Solution To The Following System Of Equations? X + Y = 8 X − 2Y?From Mathematics Forum:
What is the value of the x variable in the solution to the following system of equations? X + y = 8 x − 2y? What is the value of the x variable in the solution to the following system of equations? 4x + y = 8 x − Cy = 2 0 2 There is no x value as there is no solution to this system x can be any value as there are infinitely many solutions to this system
Answer: You have to add the two equations together so change the second equation by multiplying both sides by -4: x-2y=2 -4(x-2y)=-4(2) -4x+8y=-8 Now add them: 4x + y = 8 -4x + Cy = -8 ___________ 9y = 0 --------->Because X and -4x cancel out and so do 8 and -8 9y=0 y=0/9 y=0 Plug in the value of y into any of the equations: 4x+y=8 4x+(0)=8 4x=8 x=8/4 x=2 The value of x is 2.
How To Fully Factorize X^8-Y^8 Using Difference Of Squares?From Mathematics Forum:
How to fully factorize x^8-y^8 using difference of squares? How do you repeatedly use the difference of squares principle to fully factorize x^8-y^8? Thanks :)
Answer: x⁸-y⁸ = (x⁴ - y⁴)(x⁴+y⁴)= (x² +y²)(x²-y²)(x⁴+y⁴) = (x² +y²)(x-y)(x+y)(x⁴+y⁴)
Can You Help Me Find Slope Of Line Perpendicular To X+Y=8?From Mathematics Forum:
Can you help me find slope of line perpendicular to x+y=8? There are no given coordinates or anything, just says find the slope of the line perpendicular to x+y=8. Thanks for the help!
Answer: the slope of given equation is -1 so perpendicular slope is 1
What Is The Complete Factorization For 16 Ye + Y - 8 Ye (E=Exponent)?From Mathematics Forum:
What is the complete factorization for 16 ye + y - 8 ye (e=exponent)? Give the complete factorization for the polynomial. Use "e" to indicate an exponent when necessary. Example: a - Ayn would be a - a ye4 16 ye + y - 8 ye3
Answer: e=^ simply like this: y (16y^4+1-8y^2) but you can still factor the second polynomial if you arrange it y (16y^4-8y^2+1) y (4y^2-1)^2 hope yup understood. . happy new year!!1 :)
Find The Volume V Generated By Rotating The Region Bounded By The Given Curves About Y=8 Using Cylindrical She?From Mathematics Forum:
Find the volume v generated by rotating the region bounded by the given curves about y=8 using cylindrical she? 8y=x³, y=0, x=4 Find the volume v generated by rotating the region bounded by the given curves about y=8 using cylindrical shells.
Answer: Region is bounded to the right by x=4, bounded below by y=0, and bounded to the left and above by Cy = x³: http://www3.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=plot+8y%3Dx%C2%B3%2C+x%3D4%2C+y%3D0%2C+y%3D8 The above link shows region to be rotated (bottom right "triangular" region) and axis of rotation (horizontal line at top) Axis of rotation has nothing to do with whether region is constrained or not, although axis of rotation should not be inside region to be rotated, unless this region is symmetrical about axis of rotation. Now since we are rotating about a horizontal axis and we are using shell method, we need to integrate with respect to y 8y = x³ .......... x = 2 y^(1/3) Curve x = 2 y^(1/3) and x = 4 intersect at point (4, 8) So limits are y = 0 to y = 8 Each cylindrical shell has: radius = distance from y to axis of rotation (y=8) = 8 - y height = distance from (x=2y^(1/3)) to (x=4) = 4 - 2y^(1/3) V = 2 π ∫₀⁸ (8-y) (4 - 2y^(1/3)) dy V = 2π ∫₀⁸ (2y^(4/3) - Cy - 16y^(1/3) + 32) dy V = 2π (6/7 y^(7/3) - 2y² - 12 y^(4/3) + 32y) |₀⁸ V = 2π (6/7 (128) - 2(64) - 12(16) + 32(8)) V = 2π (768/7 - 64) V = 2π (320/7) V = 640π/7 -------------------- You can also calculate volume integrating with respect to x using washer method Limits are x = 0 to x = 4 Each cross section perpendicular to axis y = 8 is shaped like a washer with outer radius = 8 inner radius = 8 - x³/8 V = π ∫₀⁴ (8² - (8 - x³/8)²) dx V = π ∫₀⁴ (2x³ - x⁶/64) dx V = π (x⁴/2 - x⁷/(64*7)) |₀⁴ V = π (128 - 256/7) V = π (640/7) V = 640π/7
What Is The Coefficient Term Containing X^2, Y^8 In Expanding (2X+Y)^10?From Mathematics Forum:
What is the coefficient term containing x^2, y^8 in expanding (2x+y)^10? What is the coefficient term containing x^2, y^8 in expanding (2x+y)^10 any help would be extremely appreciated! thanks!
Answer: The coefficient term containing x^2y^8 = 180
What Is The Center Of The Circle Given By The Equation (X + 5)2 + (Y - 8)2 = 1?From Mathematics Forum:
What is the center of the circle given by the equation (x + 5)2 + (y - 8)2 = 1? What is the center of the circle given by the equation (x + 5)2 + (y - 8)2 = 1? A. (5, 8) B. (5, -8) C. (-5, 8) D. (-5, -8)
Answer: (x + 5)² + (y - 8)² = 1 Centre ( - 5 , 8 )--------OPTION C
How Do I Work Out This Simultaneous Equation?From Mathematics Forum:
How do I work out this simultaneous equation? X + y = 8 3x +2y = 1 This topic is proving really difficult to master, why on some occasions do you have to subtract one by another, whereas on others you have to multiply them. Any help would be greatly appreciated, as it will certainly feature in the CASE Maths Intermediate Terminal paper.
Answer: first from en 1 do y= 8-4x now in en 2 put y=8-4x...so en 2 becomes 3x+2(8-4x)=1 now solve for x and from value of x and pouting it in y=8-4x u get value of y....now LP rate my answer..
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