4. Graph the following functions. (a) f(x)=5^x (b) f(x)=(2/3)^x (c) f(x)=-3^(-x)
Standard form quadratic equation.
Write log_2?(x-1)+log_2?(x+1)-log_2?(x^2-1) as a single logarithm with a coefficient of 1
Write log_8??x^2/(yz^2 )? as a sum, difference, or product of logarithms. Simplify the result if possible
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Find the future value and interest earned if $480.00 is invested at 8% compounded (a) quarterly for 3 years. (b) continuously for 3 years.
Given f(x)=(x+5)^3. (a) Determine whether f(x) is one-to-one. (b) Find a formula for its inverse. (c) Graph f(x) and f^(-1) (x) on the same axis.
3x^2-15x/over 2x-7 divided by x-5/over 2x-7= In lowest terms
3y/over y(5y-1) + 2/over 5y-1= Answer in lowest terms and leave in factored form.
Solve C/P=N for P P=
Given f(x)=5x+8. (a) Determine whether f(x) is one-to-one. (b) Find a formula for its inverse. (c) Graph f(x) and f^(-1) (x) on the same axis
729-^1/over3 write in radical notation, then evaluate the radical expression.
square root (x-12)^2=
3 square root 8y^3=
square root 20= ??????? square root 5.
(k^1/4)^-6/over (k9)^1/2= Use positive exponents only
solve the linear equation -3x-y+0 by graphing
Suppose that y is directly proportionally to x and that y = -69 when x=7. Question one is find the constant of proportionally to k. That equals k= -69/over 7. Then...