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using the increment method or four step rule solve for:

Given s=sqrt of t-2, find ds/dt

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using the increment method or four step rule solve for :
(ax+b)^2

using the increment method or four step rule solve for :
y=(x^3-3x^2+3x-1)^1/3

using increment method or 4 step rule solve for:
y= x-2/x-3 , when x=6

Use the Chain Rule to find dz/dt. (Enter your
answer only in terms of t.)
z=sqrt(1+x^2+y^2), x=ln(t), y=cos(t)
dz/dt=

Solve for the mass density of the string using the equation ? =
sqrt T / µ.
Use the experimental slope = (1/µ) = 1270.826 kg/m
to find the actual value of µ.
If needed:
v = 26.4 m/s
T = 0.4905 (kg)(m/s^2)
Please explain how you found µ by providing each
equation/step taking in order to solve for µ. Include algebra as
well and thank you!

1. If f(x) = ∫10/x t^3 dt then: f′(x)= ? and f′(6)= ?
2. If f(x)=∫x^2/1 t^3dt t then f′(x)= ?
3. If f(x)=∫x3/−4 sqrt(t^2+2)dt then f′(x)= ?
4. Use part I of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to find the
derivative of h(x)=∫sin(x)/−2 (cos(t^3)+t)dt. what is h′(x)= ?
5. Find the derivative of the following function:
F(x)=∫1/sqrt(x) s^2/ (1+ 5s^4) ds using the appropriate form of the
Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.
F′(x)= ?
6. Find the definitive integral: ∫8/5...

Use the Chain Rule to find the indicated partial derivatives. u
=sqrt( r^2 + s^2) , r = y + x cos(t), s = x + y sin(t)
∂u ∂x , ∂u ∂y , ∂u ∂t when x = 1, y = 4, t = 0

Given :
dy/dt = -100000y + 99999 e^(-t)
a. If y(0)=0 use the explicit Euler method to obtain a solution
using a step size of 0.1. Carry out 2 iterations. What do you
notice? b. Estimate the minimum step size required to maintain
stability using the explicit Euler method.
b. Repeat the problem using the implicit Euler method to obtain
a solution from t=0 to 2 using a step size of 0.1.

1.express dw/dt as a function of t, both by using the Chain Rule
and by expressing w in terms of t and differentiating directly with
respect to t. Then evaluate dw/dt at the given value of t.
a)w= -6x^2-10x^2 , x=cos t,y=sint, t=pi/4
b)w=4x^2y-4y^2x, x=cost y=sint, --> express n terms of t
2.Find the linearization L(x,y) of the function (x,y)=e^x
cos(9y) at points (0,0) and (0,pi/2)

Find dw/dt using the appropriate chain rule for w=x^2+y^2+z^2
where x=8tsin(s), y=8tcos(s) and z=5st^2

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