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- 1. Question No. 1: (Calculus)What is the first derivative of ln(cos x)? Answer: -tan(x)
- 2. Question No. 2: (Physics)What type of wave is produced in the stem when a tuning fork vibrates? Answer: Longitudinal Wave
- 3. Question No. 3: (Physics)“For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.” This statement is known as ________. Answer: Third Law of Motion
- 4. Question No. 4: (Algebra)Find the sum of the first five terms in the sequence whose general term is (2n-1). Answer: 31
- 5. Question No. 5 (Physics)What is the process of changing from solid state to liquid state? Answer: Melting
- 6. Question No. 6 (Physics)4800 mils is equivalent to _______ degrees? Answer: 270
- 7. Question No. 7 (Chemistry) What is the unit of molar mass? Answer: grams/mole
- 8. Question No. 8 (Analytic Geometry)How far is the intersection of the lines 4x-5y=26 and 3x+7y+2=0 from the origin? Answer: 4.47 units
- 9. Question No. 9 (Chemistry) What is the second most abundant element in the atmosphere? Answer: Oxygen
- 10. Question No. 10 (Analytic Geometry)What conic section is represented by the equation 4 x2 8x y 2 4 y 15 0 4x2+8x-y2+4y-15=0 ? Answer: Hyperbola

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