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defined by g(u) = sinu + cosu, for all real numbers x and u. Then,. (a) f and g are ... closer and closer to 1/1000, but not as close as to 1/100. The question points ...

thought experiments by stevin, mach and gouy ... - Philsci-Archive

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ical practice: if I had time and interest I could think of suitable premises ... experiment we are free to imagine the idealized situation where all imped- iments to ... But thought experiment or not, this cannot be, or so claims Stevin, ... certainly on the right track: ... It is also sufficiently precise to allow us to place our proble...

Geometry/Parametric equations and integration limits - AllExperts

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Apr 23, 2006 ... You gotta envy them cows, all they have to do is to eat up the nightshade. ... and the silo which can be found by integrating from theta=pi/2 to theta=pi minus ... the other side of the silo' the rope has to be one ... etrise the problem but lazy me, i will use the one that ... NOTE: This curve is not the circle inv...

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The limit of the function f(x) is between zero and one, but not exactly ... Let C be the set of US cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants and S ... (b) Express the radius r and the volume V of the balloon as functions of time. ... a Find a value of k so that f(x) is a continuous function for all real ... Each using different meteorol...