Draw the two lines, y = 3x - 1 and y = -(1/3)x + 2. Draw the two points, (0, -1) on the first line, and (9/10, 17/10) at the intersection of the two...
Um... I don't think there exists a "short" explanation of differential and integral calculus, or even just of its notation. Are you not familiar with...
It might help to review log rules (here), as well as looking at some common "trick" questions which require that you understand how those rules work...
I'm not sure that it's an "equation" as much as a "process". So, instead of trying to jump straight to the end of the exercise (that is, the equation...
We'll be glad to help! But first, we'll need to see what you've tried and where you're getting stuck. For instance, what did you do about finding the...
This is why courses have pre-requisites: so necessary material is conveyed before it's needed, rather than leaving the student (you, in this case) to...
Note: Any assistance here will come after we've seen what you have tried. It will also be "mathematically ideal", which means it may very well not be...
In future, kindly please provide that sort of information at the beginning. By your saying that you were trying something else, the helpers had noway...