1742 results for "find".

Question in Johnathan's workspaceFind intersection of two graphs using GDC.

Question in Johnathan's workspaceFinding asymptotes and using the yintercept to find variables.

Question in Johnathan's workspaceFinding x and y intercapts and intersections of two graphs, one linear one exponential.

Question in Johnathan's workspaceFrom first three terms find common ratio, n for specified u_n and sum terms.

Question in Johnathan's workspaceBased on first and second term of an arithmetic sequence find common difference and eighth term.

Question in Johnathan's workspaceGiven two (not necessarily consecutive) terms in an arithmetic sequence, evaluate the common difference, first term and then apply to find sum of a number of terms. (Working with integer terms only)

Question in Johnathan's workspaceRearrange to give for y = mx + c, find gradient and realise that a parallel line has the same gradient (find x_intercept)

Question in Johnathan's workspaceFinding surface of a sphere and writing value in standard form

Question in Johnathan's workspaceFinding parameters of a factorised quadratic based on xintercepts at vertex. Function has one intercept at origin and one at a positive integer value. Constant multiplier is randomised and requires vertex in order to calculate.

Question in Engineering Statics
Locate the centroid of a shape made of two rectangles, then find the moment of inertia of the shape about an axis passing through the centroid.

Exam (5 questions) in Julie's workspace
Matrix addition, multiplication. Finding inverse. Determinants. Systems of equations.
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Question in Kariane's workspaceFinding the measures, distribution and using Chebyshev's rule.

Question in Kariane's workspaceFinding the measures, distribution and using the empirical rule.

Question in Stefania's workspaceHow To find the inverse of a matrix

Question in PV English
Calculate the marginal and average cost for a given cost function. Find the corresponding startup/shutdown price.
Maximize the profit function at a given price. 
Question in Engineering Statics
Find the reactions for a beam with a uniformly varying distributed load.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find the reactions for a beam with a uniformly distributed load.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find the forces in the members of a truss using the method of joints.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find the moment of inertia of semi and quarter circles using the parallel axis theorem.

Question in Engineering Statics
Use the parallel axis theorem to find the area moment of inertia of a triangle and a rectangle about various axes.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find moment of inertia of a shape which requires the use of the parallel axis theorem for a semicircle.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find moment of inertia wrt the x and y axes for a shape made up of two rectangles.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find the centroid and the centroidal moments of inertia for a beam composed of a flat plate and two angle sections.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find moment of inertia and radius of gyration for a builtup beam made of two channels and two plates.

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Find centroidal moments of inertia and radius of gyration for a beam composed of two angle sections forming a box beam.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find moment of inertia of a composite shape consisting of a rectangle and two triangles with respect to the xaxis. Shapes rest on the xaxis so the parallel axis theorem is not required.

Question in Engineering StaticsFind the mechanical advantage of a pair of 'vicegrip' pliers.

Question in Engineering Statics
Given a random spandrel, find the expressions for the differential elements of area and the coordinates of its centroid needed to determine the location of the centroid by integration.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find all forces on a twopart, symmetrical frame supporting a load.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find the area, first moment of area, and coordinates of a general spandrel. The area may be above or below the function.