## Haleyy_Bugg 2 years ago Simplify the following expression. x - 4y + 5z - 3x - y + 2z A) 2x - 5y + 7z B) -2x - 5y - 7z C) -2x - 5y + 7z D) -2x - 5y + 3z

1. Haleyy_Bugg

@Notamathgenius

2. Haleyy_Bugg

A's out

3. Haleyy_Bugg

really? i thought it was C! lol but okay

4. Notamathgenius

B is wrong -_-

5. satellite73

leaves only computing \(2z+5z\)

6. Kanwar245

it's C

7. Notamathgenius

Wait B is wright , my bad :P

8. satellite73

no B is wrong

9. Haleyy_Bugg

So B? everybody agree on B?

10. Kanwar245

no B is wrong

11. Haleyy_Bugg

okay....

12. satellite73

\[2z+5z=?\]

13. Notamathgenius

You want to simplify, So that means putting z with z y with y x with x and any others that are equal together.

14. Haleyy_Bugg

then what?

15. Notamathgenius

After thats its simplified.

16. Haleyy_Bugg

oh okay lol so C?

17. Notamathgenius

yes :D

18. Haleyy_Bugg

okay c: Solve: 4/5 y + 2 =6 5 7 9 11

19. Haleyy_Bugg

dont answer yet, i think i got this.

20. Notamathgenius

haha ok :D

21. Haleyy_Bugg

its A lol sorry i had to find my glasses .-. im blindddd

22. Notamathgenius

Me too :D

23. Haleyy_Bugg

cool n_n

24. Haleyy_Bugg

near or far? im far c:

25. Notamathgenius

No i mean like a wall will appear in front of me without warning -_-

26. Haleyy_Bugg

lmao xD i did that once with a tree... i was driving on a dirt road .-. i love how tough ford broncos are n_n

27. Notamathgenius

hahaha XDD

28. Haleyy_Bugg

it was sugar sands fault though... it jerked me and i ran OVER the tree .-. it was pretty big too lol

29. Notamathgenius

Im only 15 i ride dirtbikes though that is fun when you hit thinks haha that sucks XD

30. Haleyy_Bugg

im 15 too :p but i live in the middle of nowhere, nobody notices :p

31. Notamathgenius

Way to go lol

32. Haleyy_Bugg

Choose the graph below that correctly represents the equation 3x - 4y = 12. (pictures coming up)

33. Haleyy_Bugg

A)

34. Haleyy_Bugg

B)

35. Haleyy_Bugg

C)

36. Haleyy_Bugg

D)

37. Notamathgenius

Grab a pair of Coords and plug in for X and Y, but that will take to long the Answer is B ;P

38. Haleyy_Bugg

lol thank you C:

39. Notamathgenius

No problem :D

40. Haleyy_Bugg

A cell phone plan offers a monthly rate of \$25 for unlimited minutes plus \$.05 per text message. Which algebraic expression below represents the total cost for this cell phone plan in terms of "x?" 25.05x 25x + 0.05 25 + 0.05x 24.95x

41. Haleyy_Bugg

C?

42. Notamathgenius

Not A B or D what must it be? ;D

43. Haleyy_Bugg

i got it right then c;

44. Notamathgenius

haha yes :P

45. Haleyy_Bugg

Let A = {circle, square} and let B = {3, 4, 5}. Find A X B. A) {circle, square, 3, 4, 5} B) { } C) {3, 4, 5} D) {(circle, 3), (circle, 4), (circle, 5), (square, 3), (square, 4), (square, 5)}

46. Notamathgenius

Ok this one may look hard but its not, I can tell you B and A and C are wrong.

47. Haleyy_Bugg

so D? lol

48. Notamathgenius

D.5 :P yes D

49. Haleyy_Bugg

Choose the correct description of the graph of the compound inequality x - 2 > -3 and 3x <= 12 A) A number line with an open circle on -1, shading to the left, and a closed circle on 4, shading to the right. B) A number line with an open circle on -1, a closed circle on 4, and shading in between. C) A number line with a closed circle on -1, shading to the left, and an open circle on 4, shading to the right. D) A number line with a closed circle on -1, an open circle on 4, and shading in between.

50. Notamathgenius

Hmmm, well I hate these a lot.

51. Haleyy_Bugg

meee tooo

52. Notamathgenius

Can you guess, I am not wanting to give you a wrong answer. D:

53. Haleyy_Bugg

okay C:

54. Notamathgenius

:D

55. Haleyy_Bugg

2 + (a + b) = (2 + a) + b is an example of which algebraic property? Distributive Property Associative Property of Addition Commutative Property of Addition Symmetric Property

56. Haleyy_Bugg

i forgot .-.

57. Notamathgenius

Its B or C.

58. Haleyy_Bugg

Evaluate: -3 - (-6) -3 -18 -9 3

59. Notamathgenius

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60. Haleyy_Bugg

so B! :D

61. Notamathgenius

Sorry for the horrible drawing I don't have a steady hand.

62. Notamathgenius

yes!

63. Haleyy_Bugg

If f(x) = x^2 - 1, find f(3). 5 2 8 -2

64. Notamathgenius

\[F(3)= x ^{2} \]-1

65. Notamathgenius

Ok that came out Totally wrong, you need to find F so really take all the numbers plu gin for F and get your answer.

66. Notamathgenius

Plug

67. Haleyy_Bugg

i have no idea .-. none of them were equal to eachother when i plugged numbers in

68. Notamathgenius

Oh I am sorry, I meant X not F :P wow I deserve a slap to the face -_-

69. Haleyy_Bugg

noooo :c

70. Notamathgenius

It's 3 -_- how stupid of me :P

71. Haleyy_Bugg

how would i find out F though? i cant find out what x is unless i know what f(3) is all together.

72. Notamathgenius

Unless they give you F (they wont most of the time) It is 1 so 3x1=3 .

73. Haleyy_Bugg

74. Notamathgenius

-2 :D

75. Haleyy_Bugg

yay! Which of the following ordered pairs is a solution to the inequality y > -x + 5? (1, -10) (0, 5) (5, -1) (1, 9)

76. Notamathgenius

Ok So I will do one for you. ... 1<-10+5= 15 thats wrong, so go on to B and do it :D

77. Haleyy_Bugg

wuttttttttttttttttttttttttt o.o

78. Notamathgenius

^dont listen to that

79. Haleyy_Bugg

ohhh okay i got it xD sorry

80. Notamathgenius

Really!!! Good :P