Thank you I like Serena ,
I tried what you did and this is what I got;
I had to add the extra variables u1 and u2 since otherwise I could not eliminate the top row (maybe there was an easier way to do that).
My slack variables saved me by directly giving me my u1 and u2 values.
I was wondering if anyone knows of any apps that can graph such things as ellipses, circles, and hyperbolas?
I certainly have a few apps in which you can enter a function and get a graph for it, but what about being able
to input such things as the focus, directrix, and endpoints in order to come up with conic sections?
I had an exam yesterday of the class 'introduction to operations research' and one of the questions was the following;
Now I don't know whether there is anyone at this forum with knowledge of the simplex method, but I'm still wondering how this question can be done.
99% CI for the population proportion of voters opposing a new tax was calculated to be (.68,.76). What was the sample proportion of voters who oppose the new tax
Princess Sophie E:
The electrostatic force between two charges Q1 and Q2 at a distance r apart is given by F=(Q1*Q2)/(4Pie*Eo*r^2). What is the unit of E?
:| [size=150]a wheelbarrow can carry up to 300 pounds of weight. A bag of soil weighs 20 pounds. write and solve an inequality to represent the number of bags of soil the wheelbarrow can carry.[/size]
What is the probability that "I like Serena" will make a comment on a question that either states the obvious or is trivial and useless.
The mass of a single rhodium atom is 1.71E-22 grams. How many rhodium atoms would there be in 238 milligrams of rhodium?