1. x-2y=-6 2x=4y-12 2. x+2y-1 2x+4y 3. 5x+2y=4 2x-2y+10 4. -x+3y+1 x+3y-1
considering these two equations below what does the x equal in the solution of the system of equations
find the coordinates of the ordered pair where the max. value occurs for the equal. p=2x+5y given constraints of:
x+2yless than or equal to 8 3x+yless than or equal to 9 x greater than or equal to 0 y greater than or equal to 0
considering the 2 equations below which expression can be substituted for y in the bottom equation of the system to solve the system by substitution
which expression can be substituted for x in the top equation of the system below to solve the system by substitution
what is the equation? Then, after that equation, how do I find the point where that line and Ax + By = C intersect?
in investing $6000 of a couples money a finiacial planner put some of it in to a savings account paying 6% annual interest. the rest of the money was invested i
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A certain substance has a heat of vaporization of 34.45 kJ/mol. At what Kelvin temperature will the vapor pressure be 5.00 times higher than it was at 335 K?
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