How did West Africa trade routes affect the cultures of people along the way?

# How did West Africa trade routes affect the cultures of people along the way?

• MATH

f'(x)=1+3x−−√,f(4)=25f′(x)=1+3x,f(4)=25 Find ff.

f'(x)=1+3x−−√f′(x)=1+3x f(x)=∫(1+3x−−√)dxf(x)=∫(1+3x)dx f(x)=x+3(x12+112+1)+cf(x)=x+3(x12+112+1)+c f(x)=x+3(x3232)+cf(x)=x+3(x3232)+c f(x)=x+3(23)x32+cf(x)=x+3(23)x32+c f(x)=x+2×32+cf(x)=x+2×32+c Now let’s find constant c , given f(4)=25…

• MATH

f”'(t)=et+t−4f′′′(t)=et+t-4 Find ff.

f”'(t)=et+t−4.f′′′(t)=et+t-4. Integrate this once: f”(t)=et+(−13)t−3+C1,f′′(t)=et+(-13)t-3+C1, twice: f'(t)=et+(−12)(−13)t−2+C1t+C2,f′(t)=et+(-12)(-13)t-2+C1t+C2, thrice:

• MATH

f”'(t)=cos(t)f′′′(t)=cos(t) Find ff.

f”'(t)=cos(t)f′′′(t)=cos(t) f”(t)=∫f”'(t)dtf′′(t)=∫f′′′(t)dt f”(t)=∫cos(t)dtf′′(t)=∫cos(t)dt f”(t)=sin(t)+c1f′′(t)=sin(t)+c1 f'(t)=∫(sin(t)+c1)dtf′(t)=∫(sin(t)+c1)dt f'(t)=−cos(t)+c1t+c2f′(t)=-cos(t)+c1t+c2 f(t)=∫f'(t)dtf(t)=∫f′(t)dt f(t)=∫(−cos(t)+c1t+c2)dtf(t)=∫(-cos(t)+c1t+c2)dt

• MATH

f”(x)=6x+sin(x)f′′(x)=6x+sin(x) Find ff.

You need to evaluate f, knowing the second derivative, hence, you need to use the following principle, such that: ∫f”(x)dx=f'(x)+c∫f′′(x)dx=f′(x)+c ∫f'(x)dx=f(x)+c∫f′(x)dx=f(x)+c Hence, you need to evaluate…

• MATH

f”(x)=(23)x23f′′(x)=(23)x23 Find ff.

f”(x)=23x23f′′(x)=23×23 f'(x)=∫23x23dxf′(x)=∫23x23dx f'(x)=23(x23+123+1)+c1f′(x)=23(x23+123+1)+c1 f'(x)=(23)(35)x53+c1f′(x)=(23)(35)x53+c1 f'(x)=25×53+c1f′(x)=25×53+c1 c_1 is constant f(x)=∫(25×53+c1)dxf(x)=∫(25×53+c1)dx…

• MATH

f”(x)=x6−4×4+x+1f′′(x)=x6-4×4+x+1 Find ff.

f”(x)=x6−4×4+x+1f′′(x)=x6-4×4+x+1 f'(x)=∫f”(x)dxf′(x)=∫f′′(x)dx f'(x)=∫(x6−4×4+x+1)dxf′(x)=∫(x6-4×4+x+1)dx f'(x)=x77−4(x55)+x22+x+c1f′(x)=x77-4(x55)+x22+x+c1 f'(x)=x77−4×55+x22+x+c1f′(x)=x77-4×55+x22+x+c1 f(x)=∫f'(x)dxf(x)=∫f′(x)dx…

• MATH

f”(x)=20×3−12×2+6xf′′(x)=20×3-12×2+6x Find ff.

f”(x)=20×3−12×2+6xf′′(x)=20×3-12×2+6x f'(x)=∫(20×3−12×2+6x)dxf′(x)=∫(20×3-12×2+6x)dxApplying the sum rule and power yields, f'(x)=20(x44)−12×33+6×22+c1f′(x)=20(x44)-12×33+6×22+c1 f'(x)=5×4−4×3+3×2+c1f′(x)=5×4-4×3+3×2+c1 f(x)=∫f'(x)dxf(x)=∫f′(x)dx…

• MATH

f(x)=4−3(1+x2)−1,F(1)=0f(x)=4-3(1+x2)-1,F(1)=0 Find the antiderivative FF that satisfies the given…

f(x)=4−3(1+x2)−1f(x)=4-3(1+x2)-1 F=∫(4−3(1+x2)−1)dxF=∫(4-3(1+x2)-1)dx F=∫4dx−∫31+x2dxF=∫4dx-∫31+x2dx F=4x−3arctan(x)+c1F=4x-3arctan(x)+c1 Let’s find constant c_1 , given F(1)=0 F(1)=0=4(1)−3arctan(1)+c1F(1)=0=4(1)-3arctan(1)+c1 0=4−3(π4)+c10=4-3(π4)+c1 c1=3π4−4c1=3π4-4…

• MATH

f(x)=5×4−2×5,F(0)=4f(x)=5×4-2×5,F(0)=4 Find the antiderivative FF that satisfies the given…

You need to evaluate the antiderivative F,under the given condition, such that: ∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c Hence, you need to evaluate the indefinite integral of function f(x), such that:

• MATH

f(x)=2+x21+x2f(x)=2+x21+x2 Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check…

You need to evaluate the most general antiderivative, using the following rule, such that: ∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c ∫2+x21+x2dx=∫1+x21+x2dx+∫11+x2dx∫2+x21+x2dx=∫1+x21+x2dx+∫11+x2dx

• MATH

f(x)=x5−x3+2xx4f(x)=x5-x3+2xx4 Find the most general antiderivative of the function.

You need to evaluate the most general antiderivative, using the following rule, such that: ∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c

• MATH

f(x)=2x−−√+6cos(x)f(x)=2x+6cos(x) Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check…

You need to evaluate the most general antiderivative, using the following rule, such that: ∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c ∫(2x−−√+6cosx)dx=∫2x−−√dx+∫6cosxdx∫(2x+6cosx)dx=∫2xdx+∫6cosxdx

• MATH

f(x)=5ex−3cosh(x)f(x)=5ex-3cosh(x) Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check your…

Integrating f gives (both integrals are well-known) 5ex−3sinh(x)+C,5ex-3sinh(x)+C, where CC is any constant. This is the answer. Checking by differentiation:…

• MATH

f(t)=sin(t)+2sinh(t)f(t)=sin(t)+2sinh(t) Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check your…

∫f(t)dt=∫sin(t)+2sinh(t)dt=∫sin(t)dt+2∫sinh(t)dt∫f(t)dt=∫sin(t)+2sinh(t)dt=∫sin(t)dt+2∫sinh(t)dtWe note that the derivative of cosh(t)=sinh(t)⇒ddxcosh(t)=sinh(t)⇒ddxsinh(t)=cosh(t)cosh(t)=sinh(t)⇒ddxcosh(t)=sinh(t)⇒ddxsinh(t)=cosh(t)This means that

• MATH

h(θ)=2sin(θ)−sec2(θ)h(θ)=2sin(θ)-sec2(θ) Find the most general antiderivative of the function.

The most general antiderivative H(θ)H(θ) of the function h(θ)h(θ) can be found using the following relation: ∫h(θ)dθ=H(θ)+c∫h(θ)dθ=H(θ)+c

• MATH

r(θ)=sec(θ)tan(θ)−2eθr(θ)=sec(θ)tan(θ)-2eθ Find the most general antiderivative of the…

The most general antiderivative R(θ)R(θ) of the function r(θ)r(θ) can be found using the following relation: ∫r(θ)dθ=R(θ)+c∫r(θ)dθ=R(θ)+c

• MATH

g(t)=1+t+t2t√g(t)=1+t+t2t Find the most general antiderivative of the function.

The most general antiderivative G(t) of the function g(t) can be found using the following relation: ∫g(t)dt=G(t)+c∫g(t)dt=G(t)+c

• MATH

f(t)=3t4−t3+6t2t4f(t)=3t4-t3+6t2t4 Find the most general antiderivative of the function….

The most general antiderivative F(t) of the function f(t) can be found using the following relation: ∫f(t)dt=F(t)+c∫f(t)dt=F(t)+c

• MATH

f(x)=15−2xf(x)=15-2x Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check your answer…

f(x)=15−2xf(x)=15-2x To determine the most general antiderivative of this function, take the integral of it. F(x)=∫f(x)dx=∫(15−2x)dxF(x)=∫f(x)dx=∫(15-2x)dx Then, apply the integral formula ∫cdu=cu+C∫cdu=cu+C and

• MATH

f(x)=x2−−√3+xx−−√f(x)=x23+xx Find the most general antiderivative of the function….

f(x)=x2−−√3+xx−−√f(x)=x23+xx To determine the most general antiderivative of this function, take the integral of f(x). F(x)=∫f(x)dx=∫(x2−−√3+xx−−√)dxF(x)=∫f(x)dx=∫(x23+xx)dx Express the radicals in…

• MATH

f(x)=3x−−√−2x−−√3f(x)=3x-2×3 Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check…

The most general antiderivative F(x) of the function f(x) can be found using the following relation: ∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c ∫(3x−−√−2x−−√3)dx=∫(3x−−√)dx−∫(2x−−√3)dx∫(3x-2×3)dx=∫(3x)dx-∫(2×3)dx…

• MATH

f(x)=e2f(x)=e2 Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check your answer by…

e2e2 isn’t depend on x, so its antiderivative is x⋅e2.x⋅e2. The general antiderivative is x⋅e2+C,x⋅e2+C, where C is any constant. Let’s check: (x⋅e2+C)’=x’⋅e2+C’=1⋅e2+0=e2.(x⋅e2+C)′=x′⋅e2+C′=1⋅e2+0=e2.

• MATH

f(x)=2–√f(x)=2 Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check your answer by…

The answer is F(x)=x⋅2–√+C,F(x)=x⋅2+C, where C is any constant. Let’s check: F'(x)=(x⋅2–√+C)’=x’⋅2–√+0=1⋅2–√=2–√,F′(x)=(x⋅2+C)′=x′⋅2+0=1⋅2=2,QED.

• MATH

f(x)=x3.4−2×2√−1f(x)=x3.4-2×2-1 Find the most general antiderivative of the function….

The most general antiderivative F(x) of the function f(x) can be found using the following relation: ∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c

• MATH

f(x)=7×25+8x−45f(x)=7×25+8x-45 Find the most general antiderivative of the function.

The most general antiderivative F(x) of the function f(x) can be found using the following relation: ∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c ∫(7×25+8x−45)dx=∫(7×25)dx+∫(8x−45)dx∫(7×25+8x-45)dx=∫(7×25)dx+∫(8x-45)dx…

• MATH

f(x)=x(2−x)2f(x)=x(2-x)2 Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check your answer…

You need to evaluate the most general antiderivative, using the following rule, such that: ∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c First, you need to open the brackets, such that:

• MATH

f(x)=(x+1)(2x−1)f(x)=(x+1)(2x-1) Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check your…

First, you need to open the brackets, such that: f(x)=(x+1)(2x−1)=2×2+x−1f(x)=(x+1)(2x-1)=2×2+x-1 You need to evaluate the most antiderivative of the function, such that: ∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c

• MATH

f(x)=8×9−3×6+12x3f(x)=8×9-3×6+12×3 Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check…

You need to evaluate the most antiderivative of the function, such that: ∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c ∫(8×9−3×6+12×3)dx=∫8x9dx−∫3x6dx+∫12x3dx∫(8×9-3×6+12×3)dx=∫8x9dx-∫3x6dx+∫12x3dx

• MATH

f(x)=(12)+(34)x2−(45)x3f(x)=(12)+(34)x2-(45)x3 Find the most general antiderivative of the function….

f(x)=12+34×2−45x3f(x)=12+34×2-45×3 To determine the most general antiderivative of this function, take the integral of f(x). F(x)=∫f(x)dx=∫(12+34×2−45×3)dxF(x)=∫f(x)dx=∫(12+34×2-45×3)dx Then, apply the integral formula

• MATH

f(x)=(12)x2−2x+6f(x)=(12)x2-2x+6 Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check your…

You need to evaluate the most antiderivative of the function, such that: ∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c∫f(x)dx=F(x)+c ∫((12)x2−2x+6)dx=∫(12)x2dx−∫2xdx+∫6dx∫((12)x2-2x+6)dx=∫(12)x2dx-∫2xdx+∫6dx

• MATH

f(x)=x−3f(x)=x-3 Find the most general antiderivative of the function. (Check your answer by…

f(x)=x−3f(x)=x-3 To find the general antiderivative of this function, we take its integral. F(x)=∫f(x)dx=∫(x−3)dxF(x)=∫f(x)dx=∫(x-3)dx Take the integral of each term. =∫xdx−∫3dx=∫xdx-∫3dx For the first…

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In Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood, how does Marjane Satrapi challenge the myth that Iran is…

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What were the three most influential events in Julius Caesar’s life?

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What are four ways enzymes speed up the rate of a chemical reaction?

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What is the phyical setting to “The Boraded Window”?

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In the Bible, what is the forbidden fruit that Adam and Eve ate?

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How to write a 4-page summary on Alfred Binet? It’s for Psychology 101, and I don’t know where to…

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• HISTORY

How far can Henry Vll be credited for the successful government and administration of England?

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What was the result of the education reform movement in the 19th century?

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Describe the two machines used on Mildred.

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How did the criminals change throughout the story?

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In The Lion and the Jewel, what names do the villagers call Lakunle? Why was he given those…

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How did West Africa trade routes affect the cultures of people along the way?

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In the book Hatchet, where does Brian get his knowledge of the wilderness?

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