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Q: 11- P on a F T?

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There's only one good tip: STUDY (and teachers never put too many of the same answer in a row: T T T F T F F F T T T)

5 T on the F means 5 Toes on the Foot

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(f(g(t)))'=f'(g(t)) x g'(t) y=sqrt(3x-5) here f(t)=sqrt(t) and g(t)=3t-5, f'(t)=1/(2 sqrt(t)) and g'(t) = 3 So y'= f'(g(x)) x g'(x) = 1/(2 sqrt(3x-5) x 3 = 3/(2 sqrt(3x-5))

-11 deg F = approx 249.3 Kelvin.

Given a wave f(x, t), we call period T the interval of time we need to wait before the form of the wave is repeated. Obviously, we must choose a constant x and observe the wave passing trough it.For exemple, for f(x, t) = ei(kx - wt) it's f(x, t + T) = ei(kx - w(t + T)), so that we have 0 = f(x, t + T) - f(x, t) = ei(kx - wt) (e-iwT - 1) → e-iwT = 1 → T = n 2π/w, with n element of Z. If we are considering two near peaks of f (that is a good way to define T) n = 1, and we have the famous T = 2π/w.

Distance f(x) = x(t) = 1/2at2+vit+xi Velocity f'(x) = v(t) = dx/dt=at +vi Acceleration f''(x) = a(t) = dv/dt Jerk f'''(x) = j(t) = da/dt The fourth derivative is not universally accepted, but some have called it "snap", and the fifth and sixth derivatives "crackle" and "pop" respectively. Snap f(4)(x) = s(t) = dj/dt Crackle f(5)(x) = c(t) = ds/dt Pop f(6)(x) = p(t) = dc/dt

tit festy tit

A-R-T-I-F-A-C-T

Birds of a flock fly together

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The next letter is T - They're the initial letters of the numbers 1-10

F-A-G-O-T-T

Probably one that starts with "one, two, three, four, five".

the notes for joy to the world on the recorder is (Do Re Mi Syllables) (D) T L S F M R D S L L T T (D) (D) (D) T L S S F M (D) (D) T L S S F M M M M M M F S F M R R R R M F M R D (D) L S F M F M R D With ( ) means higher Do or C

Time period T = 1 / frequency f. Frequency f = 1 / time period T. T = 1 / f = 1 / 200 = 0.005 seconds = 5 milliseconds.

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The formula of frequency is: f=1/T where: - T is period, in seconds - f is frequency, in hertz

-11 F = -23.89 C

Thank Goodness It's Friday

A mapping, f, from set S to set T is said to be surjective if for every element in set T, there is some element in S such that it maps on to the element in T. Thus, if t is any element of T, there must be some element, s, in S such that f(s) = t.