what is the gcf in x3y2+x2y2+x2y
Algebra 1 i need help i dont know how to get the gcf of that x3y2 + x2y2 + x2y ?
Algebra 1 i need help i dont know how to get the gcf of that x3y2 + x2y2 + x2y ?
Give the range of this function and give the domain of this function. Algebra 1
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Find the x and y intercepts of 1/2x-2y=4! This would really help me!!!!!
Noah knows that his friend Ryan uses 2 small chlorine tablets a week to maintain his 10,000 gallon pool
Noah knows that his friend Ryan uses 2 small chlorine tablets a week to maintain his 10,000 gallon pool
In a certian year, solar and wind energy generation totaled 1015 trillion BTUs. Wind generated 52 trillion btus eight times that generated by solar energy. How much was generated by each source? Solar...
Translate to a system of equation but do not solve The perimeter of a standard tennis court when used for doubles play is 228 ft. The width is 46ft less than the length. Find the dimensions...
$6300 is invested, part of it at 10% and part of it at 9%. For a certian year, the total yeild is $598.00 How much was invested at each rate? How much was invested at 10%____ How...
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In a certian year, brand A of heart rate watch cost $37.55 and brand B cost $56.55. A non profit community health organization purchased 32 heart rate watches for use at a wellness center. If the...
1. √x(√9-4/3)=√25 The sqrt is just over the 9. 2. (4-3*√2)2 3. √135b2c3d*√5b2d The sqrt is over 135b2c3d...
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√2w+5+4=√25 The sqrt symbol is over the 2w+5
1. √x(√9-4/3)=√25 2. (4-3*√2)2 3. √135b^2c^3d*√5b^2d ...
√18/√8-3
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if the equations are a= 4+b and 3a= 12 +2b what is the value for x?
I just want to remember how I should convert them into proper equations so I can answer them correctly.
A rectangle has its two lower corners on the x-axis and its two upper corners on the parabola y=9-x^2 . What are the dimensions of such a rectangle with the greatest possible area? 1...