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Hey /sci/, I could use some help. Im failing calculus right now, and have a quiz tomorrow that could save my life, but have no idea what im doing. I have some practice problems and would really appreciate some help.
Here we go,
Water flows into a tank at a rate of dW/dt=(1/75)(600+20t+t^2) where dW/dt is measured in gallons per hour and t is measured in hours. if there are 150 gallons of water in the tank at t=0, how many gallons are there at t=24
I have to solve each problem twice, using each method once.
first one would be the antiderivative method of plugging in/ solving for a constant and the second is something with f(b)-f(a)
pic related, mfw i look at this problem
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How do you manage your notes?
I have notes on school, work, all of my hobbies, to-do lists, etc etc. I used to have them in one big .doc file, but now I have them in separate .txt files, but it still sucks.
How do you do it - if you keep any notes at all?
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Okay, I'm coming here to you smart motherfuckers because I lack your intelligence. I'm currently watching the Joe Rogan podcast where he has his guest as Neil Degrasse Tyson. Neil said that if he were to ever meet an alien outside of Earth's atmosphere, (like a space-walk) or something, he'd flip them a coin so that if they caught it, he'd know if they're made out of anti-matter and know if they're safe to shake hands with or what-have-you. My question is this: Let's say the aliens were made out of anti-matter, what would happen when they catch the coin? Would that created a black-hole and goodbye Earth? I'm genuinely curious.