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syhna:
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Calculus help
Prove that the angle is a maximum or minimum when ts tangent is a maximum or minimum and conversely? (let theta = arctan m …
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JosephineM:
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How do you solve this problem: (x+6)^4
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kerfuffle:
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Combine the like terms to simplify the expression:
4 + 7xy^2 + 5y^3 + 10x –4xy^2 – 8x – 4y^3 + 9
A. y3 + 3xy2 + 10x + 13
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CortneyN:
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Use algebraic manipulations to evaluate lim as x approaches infinity:
f(x)=((x^2)+2x1)/(3+3(x^2))
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MisaelJnr:
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What is the maximum (highest) point on the graaph of this quadratic function: f(x)=2x^2+8x+10 ? Help Please
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WriterGamesFanatic:
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The sum of the measures of any two sides of a triangle must be greater than the measure of the third side. What is the greatest possible int…
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lowcard2:
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The volume of a fish tank is 30 cubic feet. If the density is 0.3 fish/feet3 , how many fish are in the tank?
a. 100
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lowcard2:
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Find the tangent ratio of angle Θ.
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Solve, using the substitution method.
y – 3x = 7
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brookeann2013:
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sert y=0 and solve 4x (124x)^1/2
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star23:
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simplify (3x2)
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cenaida:
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Write the equation of the line with the given slope, 6 and yintercept, 8.
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charlieberzak:
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Simplify (4 + √3)^2
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syhna:
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The diameter of a circle is measured and found to be 6 ft with a maximum error of 0.1. Find the approximate maximum error in the computed ar…
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syhna:
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help.
projectile problem
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syhna:
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help!
for the function f(x) = sinx, show with the aid of elementary formula Sin^2 A= ½ (1cos2A) that:
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viciousnessvicky:
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Please check my answers
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Sepeario:
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Could someone please help me answer this question?
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syhna:
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can anyone give me some formulas/solution to review on?
topic is :
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jackel212:
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Victor is making party decorations. He draws and cuts out a square with sides that are 10 inches long. Next, he draws a regular pentagon wit…
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chuck83:
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In the city of Birmingham, a building is being constructed called "The Cube." The sides of the building are 102 meters long, but the buildin…
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RH:
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Please help! :(
The coordinates of the midpoints of the sides of a triangle are A(0, 1), B(4, 0), and C(2, –2). Find the coordinates of t…
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RH:
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PLEASE HELP!!!
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gerryliyana:
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prove this
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syhna:
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need help
can anyone help me with regard of circles
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mariana510:
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can someone hep me with this problem please.
Let A, B, C denote three rectangles, all with perimeter equal to 240, whose heights are h_A = …
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brianAC.:
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What is the area of the polygon given below?
(picture below)
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syhna:
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a cross section of a cottage 18ft wide is an isosceles triangle. if the slope of the ladder is 1.5, find the height of the cottage
*anyon…
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freebands12:
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Find the sum of the interior angles of a nonagon. (1 point)
140°
1,620°
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tmts98:
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I need some help with factoring quadratics.
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