Pressure equals force divided by area.
It is f(x) = 7/x.
Apply the reciprocal rule: If f(x) = 1/h(x) then f'(x) = -h'(x)/(h(x))^2
it equals 1
An objects acceleration equals the net force on the object divided by it's mass. F=MA
a = F divided by km
78 F = 25.55... C
It is [(2a+2h+5) - (2a+5)]/h = 2h/h = 2
the answer is c, pi
if f(x) = 3x + 2 and you're looking for f(2), just plug in 2 for x: f(2) = 3(2) + 2 = 6 + 2 = 8.
-78 °F is equal to about - 61.1 °C The conversion formula is C = 5/9 (F - 32). (Fahrenheit temperature less 32 degrees, multiplied by 5 then divided by 9)
The answer is indeterminate because the degree of f(x) is not specified.
That depends on the value of f.
Newton's 2nd law is F = ma, Force equals mass times accelerationso a = F/m, acceleration is equal to force divided by mass
(F + 459.67) times 5/9 78 F = 298.706 K
78 C = 32 +(78 x 1.8) F