## determine if it converges or diverges. to compute it, use a trigonometric substitution and

determine if it converges or diverges. to compute it, use a trigonometric substitution and draw a reference triangle. show all of your work.

integral has a lower bound of 2 and upper bound of 3

1 / (x^2 sqrt(x^2-4)) dx

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## Expected Value computation

Provide the detailed steps and calculations.

Develop a tree diagram for tossing two, eight-sided gaming dice to figure out how many possibilities there are. Discuss the purpose of using such a visual in working out probability.

## The odyssey parts 1

How does greek culture dictate the he (odysseus) should have responded?

25. What does he make his men swear?

27. What, according to the story is the worst way to die?

28. How do the men justify their actions on the island?

29. Why didn’t Odysseus realize that his men had disobeyed his orders?

30. What does the sun god threaten to do if Zeus doesn’t punish odysseus’ men?

31. What happens to Odysseus and his men?

## 9th grade biology questions??

Name three abiotic factors for a terrestrial ecosystem and how they affect the organisms?

2. Name two abiotic factors for a terrestrial ecosystem and how they affect the organisms?

3. Give an example and explain how a relationship can be classified as parasitism?

4. Give an example and explain how a relationship can be classified as mutualism?

5. Give an example and explain how a relationship can be classified as commensalism?

6. Give an example and explain how a relationship can be classified as predation?

7. Give an example and explain how a relationship can be classified as competition between species?

8. Give an example and explain how a relationship can be classified as competition within a species?

9. Give an example from both a marine and terrestrial ecosystem for the following and explain

A. Autograph

B. Heterograph

C. producer

D. Consumer

E. herbivore

F. Carnivore

G. Omnivore

H. Decomposer