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1. (y_{p}=e^{3x}left(-frac{1}{4}+frac{x}{2} ight))

2. (y_{p}=e^{-3x}left(1-frac{x}{4} ight))

3. (y_{p}=e^{x}left(2-frac{3x}{4} ight))

4. (y_{p} = e^{2x} (1−3x+x^{2}))

5. (y_{p} = e^{−x} (1+x^{2} ))

6. (y_{p} = e^{x} (−2+x+ 2x^{2} ))

7. (y_{p}=xe^{-x}left(frac{1}{6}+frac{x}{2} ight))

8. (y_{p} = xe^{x} (1 + 2x))

9. (y_{p}=xe^{3x}left(-1+frac{x}{2} ight))

10. (y_{p} = xe^{2x} (−2+x))

11. (y_{p}=x^{2}e^{-x}left(1+frac{x}{2} ight))

12. (y_{p}=x^{2}e^{x}left(frac{1}{2}-x ight))

13. (y_{p}=frac{x^{2}e^{2x}}{2}(1-x+x^{2}))

14. (y_{p}=frac{x^{2}e^{-x/3}}{27}(3-2x+x^{2}))

15. (y=frac{e^{3x}}{4}(-1+2x)+c_{1}e^{x}+c_{2}e^{2x})

16. (y=e^{x}(1-2x)+c_{1}e^{2x}+c_{2}e^{4x})

17. (y=frac{e^{2x}}{5}(1-x)+e^{-3x}(c_{1}+c_{2}x))

18. (y = xe^{x} (1 − 2x) + c_{1}e^{x} + c_{2}e^{−3x})

19. (y = e^{x} left[ x^{2} (1 − 2x) + c_{1} + c_{2}x ight ])

20. (y = −e^{2x} (1 + x) + 2e^{−x} − e^{5x})

21. (y = xe^{2x} + 3e^{x} − e^{−4x})

22. (y = e ^{-x} (2 + x − 2x^{2}) − e^{−3x})

23. (y = e ^{-2x} (3 − x) − 2e^{5x} )

24. (y_{p}=-frac{e^{x}}{3}(1-x)+e^{-x}(3+2x))

25. (y_{p} = e^{x} (3 + 7x) + xe^{3x})

26. (y_{p}= x^{3} e^{4x} + 1 + 2x + x^{2})

27. (y_{p} = xe^{2x} (1 − 2x) + xe^{x})

28. (y_{p} = e^{x} (1 + x) + x^{2} e^{−x})

29. (y_{p} = x^{2} e^{−x} + e^{3x} (1 − x^{2} ))

31. (y_{p} = 2e^{2x})

32. (y_{p}=5xe^{4x})

33. (y_{p}=x^{2}e^{4x})

34. (y_{p}=-frac{e^{3x}}{4}(1+2x-2x^{2}))

35. (y_{p}=xe^{3x}(4-x+2x^{2}))

36. (y_{p} = x^{2} e^{−x/2} (−1 + 2x + 3x^{2} ))

37.

  1. (y=e^{-x}left(frac{4}{3}x^{3/2}+c_{1}x+c_{2} ight))
  2. (y=e^{-3x}left[frac{x^{2}}{4}(2ln x-3)+c_{1}x+c_{2} ight])
  3. (y=e ^{2x} [(x + 1) ln |x + 1| + c_{1}x + c_{2}])
  4. (y=e^{-x/2}left(xln |x| +frac{x^{3}}{6}+c_{1}x+c_{2} ight))

39.

  1. (e^{x}(3+x)+c)
  2. (-e^{-x}(1+x)^{2}+c)
  3. (-frac{e^{-2x}}{8}(3+6x+6x^{2}=4x^{3})+c)
  4. (e^{x}(1 + x^{2} ) + c)
  5. (e^{3x} (−6 + 4x + 9x^{2} ) + c)
  6. (−e^{−x} (1 − 2x^{3} + 3x^{4} ) + c)

40. (frac{(-1)^{k}k!e^{alpha x}}{alpha ^{k+1}}sum_{r=0}^{k}frac{(-alpha x)^{r}}{r!}+c)


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14.21: Section 5.4 Answers

The following items describe how InnoDB performs error handling. InnoDB sometimes rolls back only the statement that failed, other times it rolls back the entire transaction.

If you run out of file space in a tablespace, a MySQL Table is full error occurs and InnoDB rolls back the SQL statement.

A transaction deadlock causes InnoDB to roll back the entire transaction. Retry the entire transaction when this happens.

A lock wait timeout causes InnoDB to roll back the current statement (the statement that was waiting for the lock and encountered the timeout). To have the entire transaction roll back, start the server with --innodb-rollback-on-timeout enabled. Retry the statement if using the default behavior, or the entire transaction if --innodb-rollback-on-timeout is enabled.

Both deadlocks and lock wait timeouts are normal on busy servers and it is necessary for applications to be aware that they may happen and handle them by retrying. You can make them less likely by doing as little work as possible between the first change to data during a transaction and the commit, so the locks are held for the shortest possible time and for the smallest possible number of rows. Sometimes splitting work between different transactions may be practical and helpful.

A duplicate-key error rolls back the SQL statement, if you have not specified the IGNORE option in your statement.

A row too long error rolls back the SQL statement.

Other errors are mostly detected by the MySQL layer of code (above the InnoDB storage engine level), and they roll back the corresponding SQL statement. Locks are not released in a rollback of a single SQL statement.

During implicit rollbacks, as well as during the execution of an explicit ROLLBACK SQL statement, SHOW PROCESSLIST displays Rolling back in the State column for the relevant connection.


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Q: In Exercises , find the slope of the function’s graph at the givenpoint. Then find an equation for t.

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Q: 74. G(x) = -x* + 32x² + 144 (a) Determine whether G is even, odd, or neither. (b) There is a local m.

A: To determine whether G is even odd or neither

Q: A ruled surface S is a surface such that through each point on S there ex- ists a line that is conta.

A: The given cylinder is x2 + y2 = 5 Hence, this is a cylinder with its axis as the z-axis itself. H.

Q: Use the rules of differentiation to find the derivative of the function

A: A differentiable function is continuous but every continuous function is not differentiable. For a f.

Q: Evaluate the expression.

Q: Perform the operation and write the result in standard form. (15 − 5i) + (−6 + 8i)

A: We meed to add (15 - 5i) and (-6 + 8i). This can be written as 15 - 6 +i(8-5) This is equal to 8 + 3.

Q: Please answer all the parts

A: Integration of e^x is itself

Q: Find the volume under the given surface z = ƒ( x, y) and above the rectangle with the given bound.

A: Find the volume under the given surface z=f(x,y) and above the rectangle with the given boundaries. .

Q: From the information given, find the quadrant in which the terminal point determined by t lies. (a) .


Q: A student in lab needs to make a solution that is 4.00% by mass NaCl. If 165 g of NaCl is available.

A: 4.0% by mass NaCl means 4 g NaCl in a total of 100 g solution. (note it is g of total solution) So, .

Q: According to the following reaction, how many moles of oxygen gas are necessary to form 0.295 molesc.

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Q: 5.00 mL of stock solution is diluted to 25.00 mL, producing solution ALPHA. 10.00 mL of solution ALP.

A: Dilution factor is defined as the ratio of stock volume to the total volume. 5ml (stock) ---------&g.

Q: 3.What is the mass in grams of 0.76 mol of potassium chloride? Group of answer choices a, 60 b.

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Q: Question 2 of 32 A cooking recipe lists adding 3.0 qt of water as a step. How many ml of water is th.

A: Volume of water added = 3 quart Unit conversation, 4 quart = 1 gallon 1 gallon = 3.785 litre 1 L = 1.

Q: How do i Calculate the mass, in grams, of 422 atoms of potassium, K (1 mol of K has a mass of 39.10 .

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Q: Compare the physical properties (appearance, melting point, boiling point) of silicon dioxide and ca.

A: Silicon and carbon belong to the same group. The oxides of silicon and carbon are known as silicon d.

Q: Consider the equilibrium describing the endothermic dissolution of a solid in water Zn(OH) (s) Zn" .


Partial Termination of a Qualified Retirement Plan Under Section 209 of the Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2020

Q1. What does Section 209 of the Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2020 (Relief Act), Division EE of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, provide regarding partial termination of a qualified retirement plan? (added April 27, 2021)

A1. Section 209 of the Relief Act provides that a plan is not treated as having a partial termination (within the meaning of Internal Revenue Code Section 411(d)(3)) during any plan year which includes the period beginning on March 13, 2020, and ending on March 31, 2021, if the number of active participants covered by the plan on March 31, 2021, is at least 80% of the number of active participants covered by the plan on March 13, 2020.

Q2. Who is an “active participant covered by the plan”? (added April 27, 2021)

A2. For purposes of Section 209 of the Relief Act, a reasonable, good-faith interpretation of the term “active participant covered by the plan,” applied in a consistent manner, should be used when determining the number of active participants covered by a plan on March 13, 2020, and March 31, 2021.

Q3. How does Section 209 of the Relief Act apply to a plan year if only part of the plan year falls within the period beginning on March 13, 2020, and ending on March 31, 2021? (added April 27, 2021)

A3. If any part of the plan year falls within the period beginning on March 13, 2020, and ending on March 31, 2021, then Section 209 of the Relief Act applies to any partial termination determination for that entire plan year.
For example, if a plan has a calendar year plan year, the 80% partial termination test in Section 209 of the Relief Act applies to both the January 1 to December 31, 2020, plan year and the January 1 to December 31, 2021, plan year, because both plan years include a part of the statutory determination period of March 13, 2020 to March 31, 2021.

Q4. Is the 80% test applied by identifying the pool of active participants covered by a plan on March 31, 2021, and determining whether at least 80% of those same individuals were active participants covered by the plan on March 13, 2020? (added April 27, 2021)

A4. No. Section 209 of the Relief Act is applied by counting the number of active participants covered by a plan on each of those two dates. The number of active participants covered by a plan who are counted on March 31, 2021, includes all individuals who are active participants covered by the plan on that date, regardless of whether those same individuals were active participants covered by the plan on March 13, 2020.

Q5. Does Section 209 of the Relief Act apply solely to reductions in the number of active participants covered by a plan that are related to the COVID-19 national emergency? (added April 27, 2021)

A5. No. Although the first day of the statutory determination period - March 13, 2020 - is the date the COVID-19 national emergency was declared, the provision’s terms are not limited to reductions related to the COVID-19 national emergency.


Note that ICE is not intended for NAT traversal for SIP signaling, which is assumed to be provided via another mechanism [RFC5626] .¶

When ICE is used with SIP, forking may result in a single offer generating a multiplicity of answers. In that case, ICE proceeds completely in parallel and independently for each answer, treating the combination of its offer and each answer as an independent offer/answer exchange, with its own set of local candidates, pairs, checklists, states, and so on.¶

7.1. Latency Guidelines

ICE requires a series of STUN-based connectivity checks to take place between endpoints. These checks start from the answerer on generation of its answer, and start from the offerer when it receives the answer. These checks can take time to complete, and as such, the selection of messages to use with offers and answers can affect perceived user latency. Two latency figures are of particular interest. These are the post-pickup delay and the post-dial delay. The post-pickup delay refers to the time between when a user "answers the phone" and when any speech they utter can be delivered to the caller. The post-dial delay refers to the time between when a user enters the destination address for the user and ringback begins as a consequence of having successfully started alerting the called user agent.¶

Two cases can be considered -- one where the offer is present in the initial INVITE and one where it is in a response.¶

7.1.1. Offer in INVITE

To reduce post-dial delays, it is RECOMMENDED that the caller begin gathering candidates prior to actually sending its initial INVITE, so that the candidates can be provided in the INVITE. This can be started upon user interface cues that a call is pending, such as activity on a keypad or the phone going off-hook.¶

On the receipt of the offer, the answerer SHOULD generate an answer in a provisional response as soon as it has completed gathering the candidates. ICE requires that a provisional response with an SDP be transmitted reliably. This can be done through the existing Provisional Response Acknowledgment (PRACK) mechanism [RFC3262] or through an ICE-specific optimization, wherein, the agent retransmits the provisional response with the exponential backoff timers described in [RFC3262] . Such retransmissions MUST cease on receipt of a STUN Binding request with the transport address matching the candidate address for one of the data streams signaled in that SDP or on transmission of the answer in a 2xx response. If no Binding request is received prior to the last retransmit, the agent does not consider the session terminated. For the ICE-lite peers, the agent MUST cease retransmitting the 18x response after sending it four times since there will be no Binding request sent, and the number four is arbitrarily chosen to limit the number of 18x retransmits.¶

Once the answer has been sent, the agent SHOULD begin its connectivity checks. Once candidate pairs for each component of a data stream enter the valid list, the answerer can begin sending media on that data stream.¶

However, prior to this point, any media that needs to be sent towards the caller (such as SIP early media [RFC3960] ) MUST NOT be transmitted. For this reason, implementations SHOULD delay alerting the called party until candidates for each component of each data stream have entered the valid list. In the case of a PSTN gateway, this would mean that the setup message into the PSTN is delayed until this point. Doing this increases the post-dial delay, but has the effect of eliminating 'ghost rings'. Ghost rings are cases where the called party hears the phone ring, picks up, but hears nothing and cannot be heard. This technique works without requiring support for, or usage of, preconditions [RFC3312] . It also has the benefit of guaranteeing that not a single packet of media will get clipped, so that post-pickup delay is zero. If an agent chooses to delay local alerting in this way, it SHOULD generate a 180 response once alerting begins.¶

7.1.2. Offer in Response

In addition to uses where the offer is in an INVITE, and the answer is in the provisional and/or 200 OK response, ICE works with cases where the offer appears in the response. In such cases, which are common in third party call control [RFC3725] , ICE agents SHOULD generate their offers in a reliable provisional response (which MUST utilize [RFC3262] ), and not alert the user on receipt of the INVITE. The answer will arrive in a PRACK. This allows for ICE processing to take place prior to alerting, so that there is no post-pickup delay, at the expense of increased call setup delays. Once ICE completes, the callee can alert the user and then generate a 200 OK when they answer. The 200 OK would contain no SDP, since the offer/answer exchange has completed.¶

Alternatively, agents MAY place the offer in a 2xx instead (in which case the answer comes in the ACK). When this happens, the callee will alert the user on receipt of the INVITE, and the ICE exchanges will take place only after the user answers. This has the effect of reducing call-setup delay, but can cause substantial post-pickup delays and media clipping.¶

7.2. SIP Option Tags and Media Feature Tags

[RFC5768] specifies a SIP option tag and media feature tag for usage with ICE. ICE implementations using SIP SHOULD support this specification, which uses a feature tag in registrations to facilitate interoperability through signaling intermediaries.¶

7.3. Interactions with Forking

ICE interacts very well with forking. Indeed, ICE fixes some of the problems associated with forking. Without ICE, when a call forks and the caller receives multiple incoming data streams, it cannot determine which data stream corresponds to which callee.¶

With ICE, this problem is resolved. The connectivity checks which occur prior to transmission of media carry username fragments which in turn are correlated to a specific callee. Subsequent media packets that arrive on the same candidate pair as the connectivity check will be associated with that same callee. Thus, the caller can perform this correlation as long as it has received an answer.¶

7.4. Interactions with Preconditions

Quality of Service (QoS) preconditions, which are defined in [RFC3312] and [RFC4032] , apply only to the transport addresses listed as the default targets for media in an offer/answer. If ICE changes the transport address where media is received, this change is reflected in an updated offer that changes the default destination for media to match ICE's selection. As such, it appears like any other re-INVITE would, and is fully treated in RFCs 3312 and 4032, which apply without regard to the fact that the destination for media is changing due to ICE negotiations occurring "in the background".¶

Indeed, an agent SHOULD NOT indicate that QoS preconditions have been met until the checks have completed and selected the candidate pairs to be used for media.¶

ICE also has interactions with connectivity preconditions [RFC5898] . Those interactions are described there. Note that the procedures described in Section 7.1 describe their own type of "preconditions", albeit with less functionality than those provided by the explicit preconditions in [RFC5898] .¶

7.5. Interactions with Third Party Call Control

ICE works with Flows I, III, and IV as described in [RFC3725] . Flow I works without the controller supporting or being aware of ICE. Flow IV will work as long as the controller passes along the ICE attributes without alteration. Flow II is fundamentally incompatible with ICE each agent will believe itself to be the answerer and thus never generate a re-INVITE.¶

The flows for continued operation, as described in Section 7 of [RFC3725] , require additional behavior of ICE implementations to support. In particular, if an agent receives a mid-dialog re-INVITE that contains no offer, it MUST restart ICE for each data stream and go through the process of gathering new candidates. Furthermore, that list of candidates SHOULD include the ones currently being used for media.¶


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IELTS Listening Sample 5. Section 4

This is the last section of IELTS Listening test #5. Listen to the audio and answer all the questions. After you finish, click 'check' and 'get result!' to see your score for the whole Listening test.

SECTION 4. QUESTIONS 31-40

Questions 31-35

Choose the correct letter, A, B, or С.

31. Initially, the Great Wall was built to

  1. prevent invaders from entering China
  2. function as a psychological barrier
  3. show country’s enduring strength

32. The construction of the Great Wall started

33. The Chinese name of the monument is

34. The wall as it exists today was constructed mainly by

35. During the Ming dynasty, the wall’s main purpose was

  1. to be a military fortification
  2. to protect caravans traveling along the trade routes
  3. to contribute to the defense of the country

Questions 36-40

Complete the timeline with information about the history оf the tomato in the United States.

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

36. Before the use of bricks, the Great Wall was mainly built from stones, wood and .

37. Many western sections of the wall are constructed from mud and thus are more .

38. A part of the wall in Gansu province may disappear in the next 20 years, due to .

39. To see the wall from the Moon would require superhuman .

40. The Great Wall is generally recognized as one of the most impressive in history.

Each question correctly answered scores 1 mark. Correct spelling is needed in all answers.

  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. C
  5. C
  6. rammed earth
  7. susceptible to erosion
  8. frequent sandstorms
  9. eyesight
  10. architectural feats


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