rannsan
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 I hate algebra..............I hope to like it after this term.
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Divide and simplify. Assume that all variables represent nonnegative numbers: √(16/36) =
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Simplify and express the answer with positive exponents:(5x^(2) y)/x^4 )^(2)=
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Solve for z: z^28z=9
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Solve using the quadratic formula:3x25x4=0
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What is the simplified product of √5+√125
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What is the simplified product of (√3)(√6)=
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What is the simplified sum of √3+√12=
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(x^3+2x^23x+2)÷(x+1)
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add/Reduce: x+1/x^2+2x+1+1/x+1
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add and reduce: 2x+3/x^29+x/x3
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Simplify/Reduce: x^2+3x4/x^216
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solve for x: x^2+11x+10=0
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x^249
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factor x^2+15x+14
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Multiply and Simplify: (x + 4)(x + 3)
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find (x^4)^4
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divide 4x^6/4x^2
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simplify (8x^2)/(x^29 ) ∙ (x^2+ 6x+9 )/(16x^3 )
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Simplify........... (8x^2)/(x^29 ) ∙ (x^2+ 6x+9 )/(16x^3)
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completely simplify (x2)/(8x^2 32)
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Simplify completely (y)/((4x^4))
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What is the domain of this rational function f(x)= (3x8 )/(4x+20)
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Find the solution to this system using the substitution method. 2x 5y = 1 and x 3y = 3
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Give the function defined by g(x) = 2x – 5, find the following: t(1)
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. What are the domain and range the relation? Is the relation a function?
C={(1/(2 ,) 5),(3,7),(3/2,5),(3/2,5),(1/(2,)1)}
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Write the ordered pair for f (5) =8 and the identify the x and y values.
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When we graph the inequality 4x2y ≥0, why can’t we just use (0,0) as a test point? If we test the point (6, 5), do we obtain a false state…
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When graphing y < 6 should the region below the line y = 6 be shaded or should the region above the line y = 6 be shaded?
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When graphing y < 6 should the region below the line y = 6 be shaded or should the region above the line y = 6 be shaded?
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Twice one number minus a second number is five. Twice the second number plus the first number is eight. Find the numbers.
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