




if n masses are arranged on a number line, the moment of the system with respect to the origin is given by M = ∑ i = 1 n m i x i ; if, instead, we consider a region in the plane, bounded above by a function f ( x ) over an interval [ a , b ] , then the moments of the region with respect to the x  and y axes are given by M x = ρ ∫ a b [ f ( x ) ] 2 2 d x and M y = ρ ∫ a b x f ( x ) d x , respectively

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Questions & Answers
Can calculus give the answers as same as other methods give in basic classes while solving the numericals?
y=(x^2 + 3x).(eipix)
Claudia
A Function F(X)=Sinx+cosx is odd or even?
determine the area of the region enclosed by x²+y=1,2xy+4=0
hello
please anyone with calculus PDF should share
Adegoke
Which kind of pdf do you want bro?
Aftab
can I get calculus in pdf
Abdul
How to use it to slove fraction
Hello please can someone tell me the meaning of this group all about, yes I know is calculus group but yet nothing is showing up
Shodipo
You have downloaded the aplication Calculus Volume 1, tackling about lessons for (mostly) college freshmen, Calculus 1: Differential, and this group I think aims to let concerns and questions from students who want to clarify something about the subject.
Well, this is what I guess so.
Jean
Im not in college but this will still help
nothing
how can we scatch a parabola graph
how can I solve differentiation?
with the help of different formulas and Rules. we use formulas according to given condition or according to questions
CALCULUS
For example any questions...
CALCULUS
v=(x,y) وu=(x,y )
∂u/∂x* ∂x/∂u +∂v/∂x*∂x/∂v=1
what is the procedures in solving number 1?
for the function f(x)={x^27x+104 x<=7 7x+55 x>7' does limx7 f(x) exist?
find dy÷dx (y^2+2 sec)^2=4(x+1)^2
Integral of e^x/(1+e^2x)tan^1 (e^x)
why might we use the shell method instead of slicing
Source:
OpenStax, Calculus volume 1. OpenStax CNX. Feb 05, 2016 Download for free at http://cnx.org/content/col11964/1.2
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