For any math major, this should be a relatively simple problem. I actually enjoyed seeing that problem on my calc test, because I knew I had a chance to get it right...
@MrDucky13, yeah. People just see symbols and get scared without knowing what they mean
@MrDucky13, not even a math major and I got it.
@MrDucky13, You just gotta find the magnitude of the vector. It bothered me that it says "find the length of the graph".
@MrDucky13, i'm an engineering major. I just learned this last semester. Thanks for making my head hurt, but yes, relatively easy.
@The Handlebar , Yea, it even through me. I haven't taken a math class in a year though
@bowlnmike, Hey,bit unrelated,but I'm 15 and for ages I've wanted to do engineering in robotics when I get older,I'm not sure what field youre in but do you have any tips for getting as far as you are now?Thanks.
@Pythagoras, I am a mechanical engineer, but the basics are all similar. study hard, it pays off. I think the biggest thing is that no matter how much people push you down or make fun of you, do what you enjoy most. I was always bullied for being deaf, and i have learned a lot. You will struggle, but the end is worth it. Put academics before relationships. And don't worry about other people. Put your oxygen mask on before assisting others.
@MrDucky13, Walk me through it?
@Jdrawer, take the magnitude of the difference (plug in 1 and 0, then subtract the beginning from the end) and it ends up being the sqrt of 50/9, which ends up being (5sqrt(2))/3
@ Toilet Crusader, A student who has taken some algebra and is used to even 2D vectors (basic physics teaches it) should be able to do it, it's mainly just not understanding the question and the formatting of the math that would trip people up.
The anwser is gonna be a blank space
Nah man you just draw a 3D rectangle and label the sides x', y', z' then integrate its diagonal
*shrugs* I'll be her next mistake.
I believe the answer is 13/3, but I did that in my head so I dunno
*sigh* I should understand it, but I've been on break too long. Could someone explain how to solve this?
If that fuzzy bit does say T = (-2.5)
I still can't work it out
Letters don't belong in math
As a quantum mechanics student right now i was just glad to see numbers there
Looks to be about 24 chars long to me.
Calculus is always a mistake.
I got 1.07. I'm not sure if I did it right