anonymous
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OK HELP!!!
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bahrom7893
  • bahrom7893
with?
TuringTest
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fastest way to get help is to just post the question
anonymous
  • anonymous
Im trying to post a picture

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anonymous
  • anonymous
name your problem
anonymous
  • anonymous
Tom and Julio work two different mail routes. Tom‘s mail route starts at the mail office and goes through Hampton to Via Sierra. Julio’s route goes directly from the mail office to Via Sierra. The figure below shows the distances they cover on their routes.
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TuringTest
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then maybe write "attaching problem" in the post
TuringTest
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I believe there is something missing...
anonymous
  • anonymous
and the question is?
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
probably "find x" but there is not enough info for that... we we can get a range and some relation, maybe that will help
TuringTest
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for instance\[(2x^2-1)+(2x^2+7)\ge3x+5\]
TuringTest
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clearly it is >
TuringTest
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for any three sides of a triangle a, b, and c, we have that\[a+b>c\]\[a+c>b\]\[b+c>a\]so use that, as I started to above

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