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achu3p:
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rewrite 1/(4th root of 128) as a base of 2
Please show work/explain.
 updated 5 months ago
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achu3p:
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3x^4  24x^2 + 48
Factor
Please show all work.
 updated 11 months ago
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achu3p:
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Python; have to use a for loop to ask "How many cookies were sold in week []".
What am I doing wrong and how can I fix it?:
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 updated 11 months ago
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achu3p:
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Rewrite the quadratic in vertex form by completing the square:
y = 3x^2 + 12x + 1
Please show all work.
 updated 11 months ago
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achu3p:
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How many real solutions does the equation y = 2(x+1)^2  3 have? Why?
 updated 11 months ago
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achu3p:
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Solve for x: 12x^2 + 5x  2 = 0. Please show all work.
 updated 11 months ago
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achu3p:
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Solve for z: z^2 = 8z. Please show all work.
 updated 11 months ago
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achu3p:
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How do you factor 3x^2  108? Please show all work.
 updated one year ago
 3 replies
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achu3p:
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Factor: 162x^7  32x^3. Please show work.
 updated one year ago
 4 replies
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achu3p:
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Explain how to find a quadratic function's maximum value or minimum value when the function is given in intercept form.
 updated one year ago
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achu3p:
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Please show work.
Solve the system using the elimination method.
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 updated one year ago
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achu3p:
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Solve this linear system using the substitution method.
2x + y = 2
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 updated one year ago
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achu3p:
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What does anyone know about commas with coordinate adjectives? Anything would really do, I'm just collecting information.
 updated one year ago
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achu3p:
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5 = 3x/4y; solve for y
 updated one year ago
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achu3p:
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5 = 3x/4y; solve for y
 updated one year ago
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achu3p:
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Write an equation of the line in standard form that passes through (2, 3) and is perpendicular to 3x+y=2.
 updated one year ago
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