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Math is probably the only subject I have some difficulty in. Sun Feb 11, Irrelevant because everything has already been done, but calculus is fun: Mon Feb 12, 9: The second one, I think you want the f to be F, and the note that u is substituted in for e and n for x, and put the second parenthesis after the n. The first one, I need to double check what all the Greek letters mean.
Quick Heavyweight Member Joined: La Crosse, WI Posted: Mon Feb 12, Does this have something to do with the takeoff speed of a plane on a moving runway???
I thought it was function u to the n. Back to top Dr. Stu Heavyweight Member Joined: Tue Feb 13, 6: Unbelievable that no one else here knows what you are talking about! Uh, try looking here Tue Feb 13, Wow, I would have never known this stuff in Pre-calc last year.
Tue Feb 13, 4: Back to top Yoder Heavyweight Member Joined: Tue Feb 20, 8: I am curious, did the instructor say you could solicit outside help? Tue Feb 20, 3: I went in early the next day and he helped me on 2 of the questions. I still got a C on the quiz, but darn it, I sure did learn how to do this stuff.
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