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Snowday for me too. I'm pretty pissed tbh.
I got ready and everything and I have nothing else to do today.
Edit: I live in western PA, and the roads honestly don't look that bad.
I need to solve the indefinite integral for: ( x^2 ) / ( 9 + x^6 ) dx
I know the first step is using 'u substitution where u=x^3 and du=3x^2 so that the x^2 on top will cancel out, but I'm lost from there.
Also, I believe the answer is: ( 1 / 9 ) * arctan( x^3/3) + C where arctan is the same as tan inverse.
Can somebody provide a step by step solution while explaining each step?
the arrow keys on the keyboard of my laptop keep giving me small shocks. The warranty is out but is there anything i can do about this? its a Dell by the way.
I've been playing guitar for about 3 years now, but I've never really taken it seriously due to my lack of inspiration, I find it hard to stick with a single genre so I can never really look into the genre and study it.
I've always liked neo-classical metal, but I have trouble finding artists to listen to.
Could anybody help me out?
just get a lion, nobody will **** with your sheep if a lion is there.
no we get enough from US.. they aren't dropping guitars yet
I dip my penis in vegetable oil to make it easier so there's less friction.
i cum blood jk
addicted to vaginal skin jk
hammer smashed face jk
Dismembered And Molested jk
Stabbed In The Throat jk
sorry, excuse my stupidity, but im not sure i fully understand what you mean when you say the back of the neck.
Standard tuning is E and then you adjust the length of the string so that you get accurate notes both on an open string and while pressing down on the 12th fret. To adjust this is called intonation. If you play C on an E intoned guitar it will not sound as clear as if it would be intoned in C. I don't think there is a problem with changing the intonation on a regular basis but ass drool mouse says, tuning back and forth between C and E will lower the lifetime of the strings dramatically.
To intone is not very hard if you know what you're doing. All you need is an accurate tuner and a flat-headed screwdriver. You should not intone while you have new strings, they intend to drop very fast after tuning so the intonation will become inaccurate. Check any internet guide on intonation for more information.