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questions c to h , find (C ) y = x3 – x2 – x5/3 = 3x2 – 2x – 5/3x (d) y=x3 ln(1+x2) You may use (e) y'= 2+cosx+ ddxsinx-sinx. ddx(2+cosx)(2+cosx)2y'= 2+cosx.cosx-sinx. (-sin⁡(x))(2+cosx)2y'= 2+cosx+cos2 x+sin2(x)(2+cosx)2cos2 x+sin2x=1sin2x=1- cos2 xy'= 2+cosx+cos2 x+1- cos2 x(2+cosx)2y'= 1+ 2cosx(2+cosx)2(f) y=sin-1(ex)siny=(ex)cosyy'=(ex)y'=excosyy=ex1-e2x(g) Find if i.e. = ddxsin3(2x)=3sin22x.cos2x.2(2) (a) Find an equation of the tangent line to the graph of y=2xcosx at 0,1 Use Geogebra or any other tool to draw a graph of y=2xcosx and that of the tangent line to the graph of y=2xcosx at 0,1 in the same window. (b) Find an equation to the tangent...

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questions raised by students relate to each other. Secondly, I would develop a classroom management plan that creates a discussion forum where students can consult with each other about worksheet questions. The classroom management plan would eliminate interruptions caused by the students when I am conducting individual conferences. Thirdly, I would make use of my back office to assist students to understand the concepts without interrupting with individual meetings. Also, I would make use of my back office to monitor the classroom activities through the window. Lastly, I would develop ways in which the students can raise their concerns without interrupting individual conferences. For example,...

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Student’s Name: Course: Instructor: Date: One The potential ethical issues that are likely to be dealt as a researcher include ensuring that I "do no harm" to the new members joining the group through the use of words that may hurt them. The other issue is to avoid the use of informed consent. I would not disclose to the members my intention of the research since that may make them behave differently contrary to what they normally do. And also I would try as much as possible make the members being researched on to remain realistic as possible. Two The advantages of the informed consent are to help the participant who is involved in the research to remain on track concerning the information...

questions What inspired you to start writing? How did you wind up writing fantasy? What is the origin of the earth seed religion? What made the belief system grow? How is the parable of the Sower related to the today life? What moral values can the reader get from the parable? Why have you called the parable of sower a cautionary tale? Do you have other ideas about the future that didn’t make it into the book? How can the parable of sower be interpreted to people of different ideologies or belief...

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questions, participants are most likely to agree on the meaning of the terms used. That is because the terms in these questions are pretty straight forward and there is a lower chance of any ambiguity in them. The terms also go with the seemly participants of the survey which will eventually help in ensuring that the participants understand the meaning and tone. 2. Both questions are set out in a tone that there might be a possibility of an assumption that the participants have a certain preference and protocol about their sexual life. While that might tilt the view of the discussion to some extent, the idea of turning both statements into a question and allowing the participants to choose from a...

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