i need to find what ones are proportional and how you got the answer...
In the numerical valuve 56,012.47893 name the digit that represent each place valuve or name the place value given y the digit
Pleaseeee need help 8 thousandths 9 ten thousandths 0 ? 5? 3? 1? ten thousands? thousands? ones? tenths?
Consider the function f(x, y)=y^2-x^2-yx^3. Compute f(1, -1). There's a triangle in front of f(1, -1), an opposite triangle.
Evaluate (d^100/(dx^95 dy^2 dx^3))(ye^x(x)+cos(x)).
How many 16- ounce bottles would be needed to hold the same total amount of water as 56 bottles that each holds 20 ounces
Is this a fraction problem or a adding problem math ego practice
How many 1 kiloton bombs would need to be exploded to produce 3.86x10^26 Joules, the amount of energy emitted by the Sun in 1 second?
Maggie has two containers. The blue container can hold "b" cubic inches, and the red container can hold '"r" cubic inches. The blue container holds (4/3) of the amount the red container can hold....
you own a pizza restaurant the selling price is $12 for each pizza the cost to make each pizza is $5 you have a fixed labor cost of $230 and you sell 85 pizzas what is your profit? How many pizzas...
solve for x i need help with this question and i need the answer now
its algebra 2
At a horse show, ribbons are given for first, second,third, and fourth places. There are 20 horses in the show. How many different arrangements of four winning horses are possible?
Right triangle A has base b, height h, and area x. Rectangle B has length 2b and width 2h. What is the area of rectangle B in terms of x? a) 2x b) 4x c) 6x d) 7x e) 8x
I don't get how you do x y coordinates
The blue container holds 4/3 of the amount red container can hold. Maggie measures out 80 cubic inches of sand by filling the blue container once and the red container twice. What is the volume in...
y = x^2 -6x X 1 2 3 4 5 6
One leg of a right triangle has a length of 7ft. The other sides have lengths that are consecutive integers.find these lengths
Please explain the process not just the answer. Thank you!
y=1/2x-4 in coordinate plane
Find the directional derivative of f(x, y)=x^2*y+4y^2 at (2, 1) for u=<1/2, sqrt(3)/2>. Answer: 2+6sqrt(3) The gradient is <2xy, 8y> at (2, 1)=<4, 8> And <4, 8>*<1/2, sqrt(3)/2>=2+4sqrt(3) This...
Find the normal vector to the plane 3x+2y+6z=6.