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Abenathi
Subject: Applied Mathematics
, asked 1 week, 1 day ago
R620 800 is invested for 4 years at 8% p.a compound interest. What will be the total of interestbe at the end of the 4 years? (NB use the compound interest tables provided or work to three decimal places only
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Kyla
Subject: Applied Mathematics
, asked on 3/10/22
3 ( 1 + x2 ) y' = 2x??(??^3 ? 1)
Follow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):
1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.
2. Identify P, Q, and n.
3. Let v = y1-n
4. Solve for integrating factor ?
?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy
5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.
Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.
General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??
6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.
7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.
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Kyla
Subject: Applied Mathematics
, asked on 3/10/22
y' = y ( xy^3 - 1 )
Follow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):
1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.
2. Identify P, Q, and n.
3. Let v = y1-n
4. Solve for integrating factor ?
?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy
5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.
Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.
General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??
6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.
7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.
Answer
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Kyla
Subject: Applied Mathematics
, asked on 3/10/22
xy' - ( 1 + x ) y = xy^2
Follow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):
1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.
2. Identify P, Q, and n.
3. Let v = y1-n
4. Solve for integrating factor ?
?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy
5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.
Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.
General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??
6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.
7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.
Answer
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Kyla
Subject: Applied Mathematics
, asked on 3/10/22
2y dx + x [ x^2ln(y) - 1] dy = 0
Follow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):
1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.
2. Identify P, Q, and n.
3. Let v = y1-n
4. Solve for integrating factor ?
?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy
5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.
Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.
General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??
6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.
7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.
Answer
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Kyla
Subject: Applied Mathematics
, asked on 3/10/22
xy dx + (x^2 - 3y) dy =0
Follow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):
1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.
2. Identify P, Q, and n.
3. Let v = y1-n
4. Solve for integrating factor ?
?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy
5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.
Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.
General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??
6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.
7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.
Answer
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Kyla
Subject: Applied Mathematics
, asked on 3/10/22
y' = y - xy^3 e^-2x
Folllow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):
1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.
2. Identify P, Q, and n.
3. Let v = y1-n
4. Solve for integrating factor ?
?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy
5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.
Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.
General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??
6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.
7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.
Answer
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Duking King
Subject: Applied Mathematics
, asked on 2/4/22
If the following replicate volumes of HCl were obtained during the titration of 25.0 cm3
0.05M Na2CO3
with HCl acid solution using bromocresol green indicator to reach an end point;
20.1, 20.2, 20.1, 20.3
i. Determine the mean of volume of HCl acid. [1 mk]
ii. Calculate the molarity of the HCl acid. [3mks]
c) HClO4 is a stronger acid than HClO
Answer
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Follow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):

1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.

2. Identify P, Q, and n.

3. Let v = y1-n

4. Solve for integrating factor ?

?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy

5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.

Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.

General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??

6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.

7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.

Follow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):

1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.

2. Identify P, Q, and n.

3. Let v = y1-n

4. Solve for integrating factor ?

?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy

5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.

Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.

General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??

6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.

7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.

Follow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):

1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.

2. Identify P, Q, and n.

3. Let v = y1-n

4. Solve for integrating factor ?

?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy

5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.

Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.

General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??

6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.

7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.

Follow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):

1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.

2. Identify P, Q, and n.

3. Let v = y1-n

4. Solve for integrating factor ?

?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy

5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.

Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.

General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??

6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.

7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.

Follow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):

1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.

2. Identify P, Q, and n.

3. Let v = y1-n

4. Solve for integrating factor ?

?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy

5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.

Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.

General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??

6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.

7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.

Folllow the Step by step (Bernaulli DE):

1. Write the equation into the Bernoulli?s form.

2. Identify P, Q, and n.

3. Let v = y1-n

4. Solve for integrating factor ?

?? = ??(1-n)?P(x)dx or ??=e(1-n)?P(y)dy

5. Multiply both sides of equation by ?.

Note: The integral of the left side is always equal to v?.

General Solution: ???? = (?? ? ??) ? ??(??) ? ?? ???? +??

6. Integrate both sides of equation to get the General Solution.

7. Substitute v = y1-n to have the GS in terms of x and y.

0.05M Na2CO3

with HCl acid solution using bromocresol green indicator to reach an end point;

20.1, 20.2, 20.1, 20.3

i. Determine the mean of volume of HCl acid. [1 mk]

ii. Calculate the molarity of the HCl acid. [3mks]

c) HClO4 is a stronger acid than HClO