complete the equation of the line in slope intercept form. If any # in the equation is not an integer, enter it as a fraction in simplest form
enter any non-integer coefficient as a fraction
complete the equation of the line in slope intercept form
write the equation in both point slope and slope intercept form
Shakira drinks about 4 cans of soda each day, generally buying them from vending machines at an average price of $1.50. Her annual spending on soda is closest to how much money
23, 76, 79, 76, 77, 74, 75
The people attending a movie showing on Saturday had the ages: 43, 46, 49, 50, 52, 54, 78, 47.
A group of laboratory mice were massed and the results are as follows: 504 g, 340 g, 450 g, 499 g, 201 g, 550 g, 525 g and 505 g. Remove the 550 g mouse from the study
after removing 99 from the following list of numbers: 45, 60, 89, 115, 120, 99, 103, 130, 5, 101, 69, 75, 98, 107.
if H(x)=1/sqrt2x+3, find functions f and g such that H=f o g (o=composite sign)
let f(x)=sqrtx-1 and g(x)=1/x
find the domain of (g(f(x))
1.Evaluate 6s^0 when S = -12
2.simplify (a^5b)^7 (a^8b^5)
3. simplify with no negatives 12y^-2 / 4y^-8
4. use radical notation to rewrite the expression then simplify 36...
This problem doesn't seem solvable to me.
Given the following points, predict the missing number. (3,8) (6,6) (7,8) (9,12) (12, ?)
Choices: 6, 3, 7, 9, 12
Solve the differential equation y"+y'=e^t.
Please show all your work step by step and tell me the right answer.
Find the limit of y(t) as t approaches infinity for the initial value problem
The answer is pi. Please show all your work step by step. Thanks...
integrate ((x^2+1)/ (x^4+4))dx
solve for the integral....dx/xsqrt(9-4x^2)
solve for the integral.......cos(x)sqrt(1-cos(x)) in respects to x, lower bound is o and upper bound is pi/2