tions of many variables. Graphs of functions. Lines, planes and hyperplanes. Limits and continuity in one and many variables. Arithmetic of limits. Polar coordinates.Partial derivatives, directional derivatives, and gradients for real-valued and vector-valued functions.
to get there you need at least three level 8's. To get one level 8, you need at least 3 level 7's. And so on and so forth until you are at level 1. The trick though is that if I have 5 of a certain level, I can make 2 of the next. If I have 8, I can make 3. How many level 1's would i need to make a level 9, using the fewest possible level 1's?
t, balance sheet, and statement of retained earnings. Once that is done, I have to calculate a bunch of ratios like current ratio, quick ratio, debt ratio, debt to net worth ratio, times interest earned, average inventory turnover ratio, average age of inventory, receivables turnover ratio, average collection period ratio and so on.
work easier. I have several problems: a) I dont have any ideas on machines. B) I need help really in general. So far i have 7 examples them being a wheelbarrow, a pulley, a ramp, an ax(e) and a hockey stick. I was wondering if you could help me explain how they make work easier. Also, I'm having trouble identifying the input and ouput forces on these machines. Please help. Btw, im grade 8.