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logarithms question (answer)

Use the addition property:  Logx(yz)=logx(y)+logx(z).  Thus, Logx(yz)=.7+.6

how do you find intersections with the functions? (answer)

Two graphs intersect where their equations are equal.  Thus, the graph f(x) intersects with the graph g(x) where f(x)=g(x). Upon setting the equations equal to each other, solve for x.  With the x-value, you can then substitute it back into either function to solve for the y-value...

Finding the equation of a line (answer)

The equation of a line is given by y=mx+b where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept. First, to solve for the slope, use "rise over run," or "y over x:"  m=(y2-y1)/(x2-x1)  where  (-13, 13) is the first point and (20, -53) is the second point.  Thus,...

how to find the perimeter of a rectangular flower bed (answer)

The perimeter is basically the outline of the shape.  The perimeter of a rectangle is given by P=2l+2w, where l is the length and w is the width.  Thus, the perimeter of the flower bed would be given by P=2(3n5o)+2(5n5o).  In this instance, you could distribute to get 6n10o+10n10o...

7/3x=63 what is x (answer)

If the equation is (7/3)x=63, then you would need to multiply both sides of the equation by the reciprocal of the fraction (3/7). If the equation is 7/(3x) = 63, where the x is on the bottom of the fraction, then you need to cross multiply to get the x on the top.  Afterwards,...

Help me solve -4y+x-6=0 (answer)

First, you need to get y by itself on one side of the equal sign.  To do that, start with any numbers without a variable:  add six to both sides.  Then move the x to the other side:  subtract x from both sides.  To separate y from the -4, divide both sides by -4 (remember...

where do i write the thesis as a tile or in a paragraph (answer)

Typically, a thesis statement is a single sentence at the end of your introductory paragraph and states the argument you plan to explain further in your essay.  A title is much shorter, usually a few words, and should hint at your essay's topic and your thesis.  For example,...