Find m and n.]]>

Difficult math problem need help solving]]>

Basically what model of semiotics each of them adopted and how it differs from the other.]]>

Ok so basically

if tan(α) = m (α =/= 90 degrees)

Prove that:

a*sin2(α) + b*sin(α)cos(α) + c*cos2(α) = (a*m^2 + b*m + c) / m^2 + 1

a, b, c are parameters

That's about it. A pretty simple equation in the sense that this is high school stuff but it could be really tricky if you're not experienced enough with shitty equations like this one (like me). Any help appreciated, thanks in advance!!]]>

Why does wc > 2ws? I understand why that needs to be the case for sampling but not for amplitude modulation. In this case, as long as wc > ws, the two frequency-domain signals don't add together (because they're both on different sides of the y-axis), and the original signal can be retrieved.]]>

Code:

#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <math.h> int computeraki(int,int,char); main() { int a,b; char ch; printf("dwse tous akereous a,b : "); printf("\n"); scanf("%d%d",&a,&b); printf("epelekse praksh "); scanf("%c",&ch); computeraki(a, b,ch); system("pause"); } int computeraki(int a, int b,char ch) { switch(ch) { case '1'; : if (ch='+'):...Shit code aint working QQ]]>

WTF are constraints ? How they work ?

and how would i fill a table like this ?

Code:

create table workers( A_T varchar(10),name varchar(30),birthdate date,phone double,street varchar(10),number integer, city varchar(10), primary key(A_T));

TIA. If i do this...

SQL database]]>

Can you guys do me a favor and fill out my survey questions? It's not really DOTA-related, but it'll be quick and short and probably won't even take a minute of your time!

Here's the link to my survey:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/11CoaNs3zUH_h2U9ZL-LFkTGqsl0y9CvJr4Fjjzppbe0/viewform

Thanks so much to anyone who helps!

Happy Thanksgiving guys!

*Saw another dude with a survey being referred to DC? (what's DC?)]]>

Can someone solve it?

It's not "secxe^sinx + c" just in case.]]>

i) Sketch the graph of x^2 + y^2 = 0

ii) Sketch the graph of [(x^2 - 1)(x^2 - 4)]^2 + [(y^2 - 1)(y^2 - 4)]^2 = 0

All the graphs i've encountered so far have been of the form y = something in x. How do you sketch a graph where x and y are mixed up?]]>

Can someone please give me insight on how to solve for the total resistance of this circuit? Thank you

EDIT: Image link fixed]]>

1) in the RutherFord experiment if alpha radiation had a charge of (3.2*10^-19 C) And the core of Gold had a Charge of (126.4*10^-19) how much KE does the alpha need to obtain in order to get a (10^-14 m) distance closer to the Gold core.

2) a ray of light with a wave length of (4144*10^-10 m) and an...

Free items]]>

It's talking about the increase in the floor price for carbon (output).

In school we've learnt about price floors and negative externalities and stuff, and one way to reduce the carbon emissions is to impose a tax on carbon producing activities (like tax on cars on roads etc). I haven't actually learnt about a tax, or a price floor for...

Urgent Economics Help Please?]]>

Need to find velocity and aceleration of B as the function of fi. I have no fucking idea how. God, I hate kinematics.]]>

I just need to know:

1. Hours of play time on Dota 2

2. Age

3. Gender

4. Region of the US* (West or East)

*If you live outside the US just put "Other" for number 4

Thanks so much for helping me out guys!]]>

http://imgur.com/oW5R1V2,pWr75IL

I might eventually figure out Problem 1 cause it makes more sense. Problem 3 and 4 are the big issues cause I need to make my own formula which is my weak math skill.]]>

Just can't figure it out. Need help.]]>

For example in a world like :

yfm͡ba

the syllables would be y-fm͡b-a

Another example that I have issue to cut :

apsfnga (where ng is also a prenasalized consonant)

a-ps-fng-a

The problem is that for the last syllable, we actually hear the b which launches the a.

Thanks.]]>

Rules are as followed:

• Don't suck.

• Loser gets banned.

[nqb]

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1|♜|♞|♝|♛|♚|♝|♞|♜|...

Chess and its Applications]]>