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romanortiz65:
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Complete the square below to solve the equation below. Check all that apply.
x^2+2x9=15
A.x=5;x=4
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 updated one year ago
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romanortiz65:
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What number must you add to complete the square?
x^2+10x=14
 updated one year ago
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romanortiz65:
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what number must you add to complete the square?
x^2+14x=5
 updated one year ago
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romanortiz65:
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What number must you add to complete the square?
x^2+12x=5
 updated one year ago
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romanortiz65:
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Which of the following are solutions to the equation below? Check all that apply.
(x5)^2=7
 updated one year ago
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dirtydan667:
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Which of the following is an arithmetic sequence?
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 updated one year ago
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romanortiz65:
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Which of the following are the solutions to the equation below? Check all that apply.
x^2+10x+25=8
 updated one year ago
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romanortiz65:
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which are the solutions for the following equation. Check all that apply.
(5x2)^2=10
 updated one year ago
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chatarathomas:
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Which literal equation is not equivalent to x equals two y plus z ?
x minus two times y equals z
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 updated one year ago
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broderick365:
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12^3 * 12^10 *12^0 ??
 updated one year ago
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ilfy214:
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What is true about the complex number 5  5i? Check all that apply.
A. The modulus is 5√2.
B. The modulus is 5.
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 updated one year ago
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ilfy214:
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What value is the nth root of unity for any value n?
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 updated one year ago
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romanortiz65:
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which of the following are solutions to the equation
Check all that apply.
x^26x+9=11
 updated one year ago
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romanortiz65:
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which of the following are solutions to the equation
Check all that apply.
4x^212x+9=5
 updated one year ago
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ilfy214:
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Which expression is a fourth root of 1 + i√3?
A. (2)^(1/4)(cos(320º) + isin(320º))
B. (2)^(1/4)(cos(30º) + isin(30º))…
 updated one year ago
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romanortiz65:
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which of the following are solutions to the equation below? Check all that apply.
(2x+3)^2=10
 updated one year ago
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ilfy214:
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TRUE or FALSE
When cubing a complex number using De Moivre's theorem, there are three answers.
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romanortiz65:
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which of the following are solutions to the equation below? Check all that apply.
4x^2+4x+1=9
 updated one year ago
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DaWizjr:
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What is X(53x)=7x+4
 updated one year ago
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littlenugget:
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Hi! Is there any way I can start studying for precalc?
 updated one year ago
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denyspro:
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Question: Explain how events such as the Vietnam War and Watergate affected the American public’s opinion of the U.S government
FAN AND MED…
 updated one year ago
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gabgurl:
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someone help me plz?? two questions
 updated one year ago
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wogaff:
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Which of the following values are in the range of the function graphed below? Check all that apply.
http://tinypic.com/r/20gh24i/5
 updated one year ago
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SEELY88:
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Solve for y: 2x2y>6
 updated one year ago
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dirtydan667:
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Find x if f(x) = 2x + 7 and f(x) = 1.
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 updated one year ago
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dirtydan667:
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Select the points that lie on the function h(x) = 3x 2.
(1, 3)
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dirtydan667:
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Find f(11/5) if f(n) = 5n + 6.
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dirtydan667:
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Find f(7) if f(x) = 2x + 8.
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dirtydan667:
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Find g(1) if g(x) = x^2 + 1.
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nslesin:
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Given that one foot is approximately equal to 0.3048 meters, covert the stadium area of 3 million square feet to square meters.
The stadiu…
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