Please help me! 1. Let f(x) = 8x3 – 22x2 – 4 and g(x) = 4x – 3. Find f(x) over g(x) 2. Divide 28x3 + 42x2 – 35x by 7x. 3. Divide 3x2 – 11x – 4 by x – 4. 4. Let f(x) = 16x5 – 48x4 – 8x3 and g(x) = 8x2. Find f(x) over g(x) 5. The volume of a rectangular prism is represented by the function x3 + 9x2 + 6x – 16. The length of the box is x + 2 while the height is x + 8. Find the expression representing the width of the box.
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@itscheli13 - I would advise you to take a moment and review OpenStudy's Code of Conduct at http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct. OpenStudy is NOT here to provide you the answers to your homework - it is here to provide you with the help you need to learn how to get the answers yourself. So, do NOT post six questions all at once (most likely your homework) and do not argue with users who refuse to do your work for you, understood?
Like how your not suppose to cheat on tests but everybody does it anyway. And it's a freedom speech conduct, understood?
@itscheli13 - I think you are a little confused. Whether or not 'everybody does it anyway' is not OpenStudy's concern. We are here to provide a learning environment that is conducive to long-term learning - not just giving you the answers for right now. Even if "everybody else cheats" (and I can assure you, they do not), the goal for YOU should be to learn the material. If you continue to worry about what others are doing and basing your actions on them, I'm pretty sure that's not going to work out for you too well, just saying. As to the 'freedom of speech conduct' comment - I have no idea what you mean there. So no, that is not 'understood.' OpenStudy is an online community of learners from around the world, and we have students aged as young as 13 and as old as 80. Therefore, we actually limit what you can say based on age restrictions. We also limit what you can say based on our mission as a Learning site. So, your argument is moot on that point. @itscheli13 - I'm not sure exactly what your goal is here, but I can assure you that arguing about topics like these (at this hour in the PST), is not going to be productive for you. Thanks!
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I can assure you that some people on here have the same questions I do and yes, other people do cheat on test so you can just shut up and hop off my back because you aren't even helping me with those questions up there. Isn't that what OpenStudy is about? You said so yourself. Helping students to understand? Well i certainly am not understanding my question because you are to freaking worried about what i'm saying! Thanks!
@itscheli13 - Ask each of your questions one at a time, try and learn how to do them, and you'll see how helpful OpenStudy can be. So, despite telling me to "shut up and get off your back" you'll notice you *haven't* been banned from OpenStudy because I DO want to give you an opportunity to use OpenStudy in the right way and get the help you need. Which is pretty much exactly what my first response said, which you decided to argue against. So, please take my advice and you'll get help, or continue to argue. Have a great day! :)
I believe I can ask as many questions as I want to at a time and I would've gotten my help that I needed but you closed my questions. ok? so just leave me alone. thanks and goodbye.
@itscheli13 - I'm sorry, but you can't ask multiple questions at a time. We do this so you get to learn the material. And you are free to ask your question again, ok? Just please do it one at a time :)