you and a friend are camping.you want to hang your food pach froa a branch 20ft.from the ground.you will attouch a rope to a stick and throw it over the branch.your friend can thow the stick upward...
you and a friend are camping.you want to hang your food pach froa a branch 20ft.from the ground.you will attouch a rope to a stick and throw it over the branch.your friend can thow the stick upward...
2a^2 - 9a = 0
Try to solve the following problem listed above but having difficult answering this question . Need to find out the correct steps to take to begin to solve ,
Not sure how to get the answer at all. I have the quadratic formula but I am not sure how to apply it
In my 8th grade Advanced Algebra class, my group is moving extremely slowly due to constant chattering. I find it frustrating and would like to have the math skills to go into Advanced Geometry next...
Find the exact solutions to the quadratic equations.... X2+6x-27=0 and 3x2=39 Please...
What is a quadratic equation with the second power or the unknown, but not the first power?
3xsquared+12=0 how to solve using square roots
This is a quadratic. Please help, as I do not know the method for the a(x-p)^2=y form. Again, using the square root method.
I need some help on completing a square to solve a Quadratic Equations. Please explain every step in detail. Examples f2-12f-216=0 a2-18a+36=0
3x^2+x-2=0
x2-1=2x
find two positive numbers whose difference is 16 and whose product is 1232
need help I know that 1/2, 3/2 should be the answer but when I work it out I dont get that please help me understand. where I am going wrong. thank you
n^2=18n+40
What is the best way to solve a quadratic equation that contains fractions? An example is 1/2x - 2x = 3/2
Select the appropriate values of x that are solutions to f(x)=0, where f(x)=2x^2+2x+8
I am working on Algebra 2. For example I have a problem written like this, -x^2+2x-4=0 and I'm supposed to solve the equation. If exact roots cannot be found, state the consecutive integers between...
What types of situations might be represented by quadratic equations that can't be represented by quadratic equations since quadratic equations contain a power of 2?
Can you give an illustration of how you feel that quadratic equations might require more work as opposed to a linear equation to support your assertion?