A. Find *y* as a function of *x* if

*y*′′′ − 13*y*′′ + 40*y*′ = 0,

*y*(0) = 2, *y*′(0) =
9, *y*′′(0) = 1.

*y*(*x*) =

B. Find *y* as a function of *x* if

*y ^{(4)}* − 10

*y*(0) = 11, *y*′(0) = 13, *y*′′(0) = 25,
*y*′′′(0)=0.

*y*(*x*) =

C. Find *y* as a function of *x* if

*y*′′′ − 4*y*′′ − *y*′ + 4*y* =
0,

*y*(0) = −6, *y*′(0) = −5, *y*′′(0) =
24.

*y*(*x*) =

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Complex Analysis

60. Show that if f(z) is analytic and f(z) ≠ 0 in a simply connected domain Ω, then a single valued analytic branch of log f(z) can be defined in Ω

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Determine whether the relation R on the set of all real numbers is reflexive, symmetric, antisymmetric, and/or transitive, where (x,y) ∈ R if and only if:

a) x = 1 OR y = 1

b) x = 1 I was curious about how those two compare.

I have the solutions for part a) already.

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The Population of Japan in 1884 and 1960 was 37.45 and 94.30 million respectively. Predict the population in 1970 and 2005 using exponential function. Then consider the actual Japan population in 1970 was 104.67million, correct your prediction for 2005 using logistic model of population growth. What is the Carrying Capacity of Japan according to this model? For logistic model you need to recalculate (µ-m).

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2. Assume that the sum is fixed at the point (0,0) in the x,y
plane. The path of a comet around the un is given by the equation y
= x^{2} - 0.5 in astronomical units. (One astronomical unit
is the distance between the sun and the Earth).

a. Use a graphing tool, such as Desmos, to graph the function.

*I have done the part and got the graph*

b. Find the coordinate of the point where the comet is closest
to the sun. (Recall that the distance of a coordinate from the
origin is given by Pythagoras theorem d = sqrt(x^{2} +
y^{2}).

c. If the Earth is at the point (1,0) when the comet passes by,
what are the coordinates of the point where the comet is closest to
the Earth? (Recall: distance between (x,y) and
(x_{1},y_{1}) is d =
sqrt((x-x_{1})^{2}+(y-y_{1})2

Thank you so much and stay safe!

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Assignment problem and branch and bound

A factory produces a certain type of car parts. There are four alternative machines that can be used for the production of the car parts from start to finish. Each of the machines needs to be controlled by an individual operator. The operators have different efficiencies on different machines. The table below shows how many car parts the individual operators produce in average per day. Furthermore, this table shows how many erroneous parts the individual operators produce in average. Your task is to find out where the operators should be placed such that they produce as many as possible car parts. At the same time, the number of erroneous parts should not exceed 4 % of the total production.

Production per day:

Machine A | Machine B | Machine C | Machine D | |

Operator 1 | 18 | 20 | 21 | 17 |

Operator 2 | 19 | 15 | 22 | 18 |

Operator 3 | 20 | 20 | 17 | 19 |

Operator 4 | 24 | 21 | 16 | 23 |

Operator 5 | 22 | 19 | 21 | 21 |

Number of erroneous parts per day:

Machine A | Machine B | Machine C | Machine D | |

Operator 1 | 0,3 | 0,9 | 0,6 | 0,4 |

Operator 2 | 0,8 | 0,5 | 1,1 | 0,7 |

Operator 3 | 1,1 | 1,3 | 0,6 | 0,8 |

Operator 4 | 1,2 | 0,8 | 0,6 | 0,9 |

Operator 5 | 1,0 | 0,9 | 1,0 | 1,0 |

a) Set up a mathematical program for this problem.

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Find the Laplace Transform of the functions

t , 0 ≤ t < 1

(a) f(x) = 2 − t , 1 ≤ t < 2

0 , t ≥ 2

(b) f(t) = 12 + 2 cos(5t) + t cos(5t)

(c) f(t) = t 2 e 2t + t 2 sin(2t)

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6.(a) Show that if f : [a,b]→R is Riemann integrable and if m ≤
f (t) ≤ M holds

for all t in the subinterval [c,d] of [a,b], then

m(d −c) ≤ ∫_{c}^{d} f(t) dt ≤ M(d −c). (that is
supposed to be f integrated from c to d)

(b) Prove the fundamental theorem of calculus, in the form given in
the Introduction

to this book. (Hint: Use part (a) to estimate
F(x)−F(x_{0})/x−x_{0}.)

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2

Let u,v, and w be vectors, where u=(1,2,3,-1), v=(2,3,1,5) and
w=(3,5,4,4).

2.1

Construct a basis for the vector space spanned by u, v and w.

2.2

Show that c=(1,3,2,1) is not in the vector space spanned by the
above vectors u,v and w.

2.3

Show that d=(4,9,17,-11) is in the vector space spanned by the
above vectors u,v and w, by expressing d as a linear combination of
u,v and w.

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Consider the following equation: (3 − x^2 )y'' − 3xy' − y = 0 Derive the general solution of the given differential equation about x = 0. Your answer should include a general formula for the coefficents.

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Draw a graph with tow componets that has degree sequence
(1,1,1,1,1,3,3,3)

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If G = (V, E) is a graph and x ∈ V , let G \ x be the graph whose vertex set is V \ {x} and whose edges are those edges of G that don’t contain x.

Show that every connected finite graph G = (V, E) with at least two vertices has at least two vertices x1, x2 ∈ V such that G \ xi is connected.

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1.

a) The demand per week for television sets is 1200 units when the price is $575 each and 800 units when the price is $725 each. Find the demand equation for the sets, assuming that it is linear?

b) Suppose a manufacturer of some product will produce 10 units when the price is SR150 each and 6 units when the price is SR70 each. Find the supply equation, assuming it is linear?

c) In each of the following, sketch the given function and find its slope:

f(x)=3x+1

f(x)-2x

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Prove by contraposition and again by contradiction:

For all integers a,b, and c, if a divides b and a does not divide c then a does not divide b + c

Elaboration with definitions / properties used would be appreciated!

Thanks in advance!!

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