CalebBeavers
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Solve the equation
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Write the expression in the form
A log(x)+B log(x+1)+C log(x2)
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Let P(t) be the population of a country, in millions, t years after 1990, with P(6) = 3.21 and P(11) = 3.69.
Find a formula for P(t) ass…
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A certain bacteria population is known to triple every 90 minutes. Suppose that there are initially 80 bacteria.
What is the size of the…
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Does anyone know how i would type this in on online homework?
log base 2 of 9
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Rewrite the expression
ln(7)+4ln(x)+3ln(x^2+10)
as a single logarithm ln A.
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How do I find the x intercept of y=ln(x+3)
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How does (e^6e^6)/(e^3e^3) become
(1/e^3)+e^3
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Some one help please?
Simplify the following expressions. Give exact answers with the fewest number of e's possible. Then give a decimal …
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Simplify the following expressions. Give exact answers with the fewest number of e's possible. Then give a decimal approximation.
(e^6e…
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The number x such that 8^x=1/4 is x=?
(Hint: Write both 8 and 1/4 as powers of 2.)
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if you write the following expression as a single power of x then the exponent is?
((x^3*x^2)/(x^3*x^2))^2
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Do you have to apply transformations to a point in a certain order?
Example: (4,2) is on the graph f(x)=sqrt(x)
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The revenue function in terms of the number of units sold ,x, is given as
R=370 x  0.3 x^2
where R is the total revenue in dollars. Find th…
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how do i write the transformation of y= x^3  6 x^2 reflected across the x axis and shifted down 8 units?
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The graph of y= x^3  6 x^2 is given below:
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f(x)=8x^5+8x
What is f(x)?
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What is the domain of the function?
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Given the function f(x)=8  x  7 . Calculate the following value:
f(x+1)
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The point (−4, 1) is the midpoint between the points A = (−6, 3) and B. Find the point B.
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I have
x+y=34
.10x+.25y=7.45
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You have $7.45 in coins which are all dimes and quarters. If you have 34 coins in total, how many are dimes and how many are quarters?
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Car A and Car B leave from the same point at the same, with Car A traveling north and Car B traveling east. Car B is driving 10 miles per ho…
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A man flies a small airplane from Fargo to Bismarck, North Dakota  a distance of 180 miles. Because he is flying into a head wind, the tr…
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A man flies a small airplane from Fargo to Bismarck, North Dakota  a distance of 180 miles. Because he is flying into a head wind, the tr…
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The point (3, 2) is 6sqrt(2) units away from the point (x, 8). Find the value of x
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Find all x such that the distance between the points (6, 7) and (x, 2) is 27. Note: If there is more that one x, give a comma separated list…
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The midpoint of AB is at (3, 3). If A = (9, 5), Find B.
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in the first few problems, fill in the blanks to make a perfect square.
5x^2+3x+ ? = 5(x+ ?)^2
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Solve by completing the square:
9x^2+30x+0=0 and 4x^26x=0
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