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Consider the graph of a quadratic function shown to the right.
A. Write a quadratic function that has x^2 coefficient equal to 1 and has …
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A pool measuring 20 meters by 28 meters is surronded by a path of uniform width as shown in the figure. If the area of the pool and the path…
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A machine produces open boxes using square sheets of metal. The machine cuts equalsized squares measuring 2 inches on a side from the corne…
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Solve the system of equations using the addition method.
4x5y=1
3x=6y4
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A tree is supported by a wire anchored in the ground 12 feet from it's base. The wire is 5 feet longer than the height that it reaches on th…
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Find an expression, in factored for, for the area of the shaded region of the figure.
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find a expression in factored form, for the perimeter of the figure.
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The expression below is not a polynomial. A). Factor out the variable with the lowest or most negative exponent from the express. B) Factor …
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Factor completely. a^2+18ab+81b^236c^2
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Factor the polynomial completely.
a^2+18ab+81b^249c^2
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Factor the polynomial completely..
x^6y^15
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Solve using matrices. In a triangular cross section of a roof, the largest angle is 100 degrees greater than the smallest angle. the largest…
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A formula for the area of a square is A=s^2, where s is a side. Suppose the area of a square is given to the right.
A. ( I have this one )…
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A formula for the area of a square is A=s^2, where s is a side. Suppose the area of a square is given to the right.
A. ( I have this one )…
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Let F(x)=3x^25 and g(x)=3x+6. Find the following. (fg)(3)=
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let f(x)=4x^2+4 and G(x)=3x+2.. Find the following. (fg)(3)=?
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ivandelgado:
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Solve: x − 4 = −15
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trenvilla:
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Solve the inequality. Graph the solution set.
9 + 3k ≤ 0
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ivandelgado:
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3(a + b) = 3a + 3b is an example of which algebraic property?
Distributive Property
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michaelr35:
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What is the slope of the line 2x  5y = 10?
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KE8717504:
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Solve the system of equation using the addition method.
3x4y=3
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A tree is supported by a wire ancorhed in the ground 20 ft from it's base.The wire is 7ft longer than the height that it reaches on the tree…
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Two cyclists, Bob and Tim, start at the same point. Bob rides West and tim rides north. At some time they are 61miles apart. If bob traveled…
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Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find X. See the picture on page..
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A water fountain jet shoots short spurts of water over a walkway. The water spurts reach a maximum height, then come down into a pond of wat…
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Is it plagarism if you take something off the internet and change it completely in your own words?
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Mikellee56:
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Enter the maximum number of electrons in each type of sublevel (s, p, d, and f, respectively)
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A tree is supported by a wire anchored in the ground 20 feet from it's base.. The wire is 7 feet longer than the height that it reaches on t…
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A sailboat sail is triangular with a height 10ft greater than it's base. If the sails area is 72 sq ft, find it's base and height.
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The length of a rectangle is 10 cm less than it's width. what are the dimesons of the rectangle if it's area is 75 square cm..
The length …
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