The exponent of each term in the equation is
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4x + y = 10 is a perfectly valid functional form. The standard form is 4x + y  10 = 0.
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In order to parametrize an equation represented in Cartesian coordinates (y in terms of x or viceversa) we need to represent both variables in terms of a third variable, say t. In
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To determine the antiderivative of a function, you'll have to integrate that function. We'll rewrite the given function; y = 1/(9x+7) We'll integrate both sides: `int` dy = `int`
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