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Leave a tip for good service: https://paypal.me/jjthetutor The process, in which they are referring to in this problem is simply the limit definition of a derivative and then you evaluate the function. There are a couple other ways to go about this but I put it in the simplest form for this level of calculus.…

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A subspace is a subset that respects the two basic operations of linear algebra: vector addition and scalar multiplication. We say they are “closed under vector addition” and “closed under scalar multiplication”. On a subspace, you can do linear algebra! Indeed, a subspace is an example of a vector space. We see that all of…

Title: “”From Newtonian Gravity to Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity” Speaker: Andrew J. Tolley, PhD Date: 10/20/2015

A fan asks if Modified Newtonian Dynamics, a theory that attempts to explain the missing mass in the Universe without resorting to the existence of dark matter, is credible, or is it pseudoscience? To answer this Cosmic Query, Neil deGrasse Tyson explains MOND, as astrophysicists call it, to co-host Chuck Nice, touching on dark matter,…

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