jmallis
 Name:

 School:
 About:
188 helpers are online right now
75% of questions are answered within 5 minutes.
Most Active Subjects

 Questions Asked
 5
 Questions Answered
 1
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 1
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 358
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 10

 Questions Asked
 5
 Questions Answered
 1
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 1
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 358
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 10
Questions Answered

jmallis:
For the pair of functions, perform the indicated operation.
F(x)= 6x+9, g(x)=2x+1
Find (f * g)(x)
…
 updated 9 months ago
 3 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Please help me understand finding the value of logarithms.
a. log(2)16
b. log(5)25
…
 updated 9 months ago
 16 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Write the exponential equation x=7^y in logarithmic form.
 updated 9 months ago
 4 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
I'll give you a firm handshake and medal if you help me. Solve the inequality by using analytical and graphical methods.
(x+2)^3<11
____…
 updated 9 months ago
 3 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

jmallis:
Determine whether the function is onetoone.
f(x)=(x5)^3
 updated 9 months ago
 4 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
I'll love you and give you a firm handshake and a medal if you help me. If the points in the table lie on a parabola, write the equation wh…
 updated 9 months ago
 23 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

jmallis:
Help me out people. Medal awarded and I'll love you forever. The present value that will give a future value S in 3 years with interest comp…
 updated 9 months ago
 5 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Find a local minimum and two local maxima of the graph of the following function.
y= x^44x^34x^2
The function has a local minimum at __…
 updated 10 months ago
 8 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Need help.
Use the quadratic formula to solve the equation.
17p+4p^2=15
…
 updated 10 months ago
 6 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

jmallis:
Simplify. Give answers using positive exponents. Leave your answer in exponential notation.
(3^6)^9
 updated 10 months ago
 13 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Please help. Think I may have right answer.
Find the average rat of change for the function over the given interval.
y=x^2+1x between x=4 …
 updated 10 months ago
 5 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

jmallis:
This question always confuses me.
Solve the formula for the specified variable.
A=1/2bh for b
 updated 10 months ago
 2 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Think I may know the answer. Help please.
Find the slope of the line through the pair of points.
(5,5) and (2,8)
…
 updated 10 months ago
 5 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Please help. Think I have the right answer.
Solve the formula for the specified variable.
F=9/5C +32 for C
…
 updated 10 months ago
 2 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Think I got the answer help please.
Find the average rate of change for the function over the given interval.
y= x^2 between x=5 and x=10…
 updated 10 months ago
 4 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
PLEASE HELP
Find the slope of the line (if it exists) and the yintercept (if it exists) y=4.6x+1
 updated 10 months ago
 8 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

jmallis:
Solve the following equation for n.
P/3 +A= 4m3n
n=?
 updated 10 months ago
 9 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Solve the following equation.
x 3/4=2x+1/8
x=?
 updated 10 months ago
 10 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Is A a subset of B if A= {2,3,5,7,8,9,10} and B={5,7,9,10}? yes or no
 updated 11 months ago
 9 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

jmallis:
The Cantor set was constructed by taking a unit segment, making two copies each of length 1/3, and putting those copies at the two ends of t…
 updated one year ago
 2 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
You're in the bathroom reading the liner notes for a newly purchased CD. Then you discover that you've just run out of toilet paper. Is a to…
 updated one year ago
 3 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

jmallis:
yadda yeadda yadda confessions of prisoners oh no a chart hide me
 updated one year ago
 3 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
.
 updated one year ago
 3 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

jmallis:
,
 updated one year ago
 7 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

jmallis:
.
 updated one year ago
 6 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Solve.
Let logbA=2.627 and logbB=0.348. Find logb AB
…
 updated one year ago
 8 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

jmallis:
Let f(x)=e^x. Find f(2.1), rounded to four decimal places
 updated one year ago
 6 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Find the amount A accumulated after investing a principal P=$17,000 for t=9 years at an interest rate r=4% compounded monthly. (Assume no wi…
 updated one year ago
 3 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

jmallis:
Suppose that $80,000 is invested at 6% interest. Find the amount of money in the account after 7 years if the interest is compound annually.…
 updated one year ago
 3 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

jmallis:
Suppose that P is invested in a savings account in which interest is compounded continuously at 6% per year. The amount A accumulated after …
 updated one year ago
 3 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics
 > Older questions