Matt71
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integrate (6x^2+7)/(4sqrt(3x^2+7))
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The term containing the highest power of x in the polynomial f(x)has a remainder of 5 when divided by x+3
Find an expression of f(x) in des…
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Real toughie of a question, anyone good at graphs?
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A diameter of a circle x^2+y^24x2y+3=0 passes through (1,3). Find the equation of this diameter (I already found the midpoint, what do I d…
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The figure in the picture shows a block of mass 2kg resting on a table. A force of 10N is applied to the block pulling it to the right, whic…
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I know it's kinda simple buuutnever really was the sharpest tool in the shack. "Vanessa can make 10 pancakes in x minutes, express in term…
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5 workers can produce 250 cakes in 6 hours. If one of the workers falls ill, how long would it take the rest of the workers to produce 400 c…
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A cyclist riding at a velocity of 5 ms^1 braked with uniform deceleration and travelled 3 m before she came to a stop. How long did she tak…
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Find the term independent of x in the expansion of (1/2x^2x)^9 (The answer is 10 and 1/2, just how do I get it using Binomial theorem?)
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Find the coefficient of the term indicated in the following expansion; (2+x)^8, x^5
I know what the answer is but could anyone tell me ho…
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QUICK QUESTION
125^b=5
How?
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The sum of the circumference of two circles is 38pi cm and the sum of their areas is 193pi cm^2. Calculate the radii of the circles
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2x=13y, 3y^2x^2=2
Simultaneous equations
answer+solutions please
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<Simultaneous equation>
y=2x, x(x+y)=53y^2
a solution would be helpful please, no idea how these things are solved
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What happens to Solutions A and B after 15 minutes? Explain your answer
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There are x benches and y students in an auditorium. When a bench is seated with 3 students, 18 are left standing. If a bench is seated with…
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Two pipes, A and B, take 7 hours and 11hours respectively to fill up a swimming pool. After two pipes are turned on for an hour, Pipe A is t…
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Two pipes, A and B, take 7 hours and 11hours respectively to fill up a swimming pool. After two pipes are turned on for an hour, Pipe A is t…
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Two pipes, A and B, take 7 hours and 11hours respectively to fill up a swimming pool. After two pipes are turned on for an hour, Pipe A is t…
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Motto for saxophonists in a military band?
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Motto for saxophonists in a military band?
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In the diagram, V is the center of a circle with radius 10cm. The length of the arc ACB is 12(pi) cm. The sector VACB is wrapped such that V…
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In the diagram, V is the center of a circle with radius 10cm. The length of the arc ACB is 12(pi) cm. The sector VACB is wrapped such that V…
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In the diagram, V is the center of a circle with radius 10cm. The length of the arc ACB is 12(pi) cm. The sector VACB is wrapped such that V…
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A regular hexagon has a total side length of 12, find its area. (Solution please)
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Are vascular bundles organs?
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Fill in the blanks
(The question is on vacuoles)
<blank> and a <blank><blank> vacuole in plant cells
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A merchant bought x toys for $1200.
a. Write down an expression, in terms of x, for the cost price in dollars, he paid for each toy.
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An athlete's usual running speed in still air is 8 m/s.
On one windy day, the time he took to run 100m, running with the wind, was 6 2/3 se…
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The numerator of an improper fraction is 4 more than the denominator. When the numerator is decreased by 3 and the denominator is decreased …
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