The first side of a triangle is 3 cm longer than the second side. the third side is 4 cm shorter than twice the second side. The perimeter is 31 cm. How long is each side?
The first side of a triangle is 3 cm longer than the second side. the third side is 4 cm shorter than twice the second side. The perimeter is 31 cm. How long is each side?
i believe this is 150=4x+y but i forgot how to solve it
is blank + 3= 5. The same as x + 3 =5. How would you respond
The answer I got was x-y=1; is this correct?
I wanted to check whether the answer that I got was correct. The answer I believe it to be is x-y=1. Is this right?
Alexa who is paid time and a half for hours worked in excess of 40 hours had gross weekly wages of $299 for 44 hours worked. What is her regular hourly rate?
I am completely stumped on this question and would really appreciate if someone could explain this for me!
This is an algebra problem. Please help me.
I am not able to solve this one.
This is basic math tripping me up, but i think my brain is fried. I multiplied the last three terms by x+2 to get rid of the fraction. Is that right?
Ed Moura has $73000 invested in stocks paying 8%. How much additional money should he invest in certificates of deposit paying 2% so that the average return on the two investments is 3% ?
please answer this with a solution and equation. thank you!
i need help determining if there are no solution, one solution l, or an infinite number of solutions.
I need help figuring out if there are no solutions, one solution or an infinite number of solutions.
Ted Williams and Rogers Hornsby were two great hitters in Major League Baseball. Together, they got 5584 hits in their careers. Hornsby got 276 more hits than Williams. How many base hits did each...
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The two companies with top revenues in the Fortune 500 list for 2009 were Exxon Mobil and Wal-Mart. Their revenues together totaled 848.5 billion. Wal-Mart revenues were 37.3 billion less than Exxon...
I a having a hard time with intermediate algebra, I just don't get how to use the formulas to find the slopes to a lot of problems and it is getting really frustrating, I need to know step by...
1.Which two rules do you use to combine like terms when solving an equation. Rule 1 If like terms appear on the same side of an equation we combine them then solve. Rule 2 If like...