notice that what each term has in common is a factor of 4x2 so you get 4x2(-3x3 + x2 + 1) you can check it by distributing the 4x2 back into the (-3x3 + x2 + 1) another way of looking at it, if it helps, is once you realize...
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truth table help (answer)
Philip's answer is correct, but just to break down the concept a little further, I will add a response as well. I will also use T to mean true, and F to mean false, although you can use 1 for true, and 0 for false as Daniel did depending on your preference. What I would do is...
Solve the data set. (answer)
1. The percentage of members that are also members of the upper class is found by finding the total number of members who are in the upper class and dividing by the total number of members. I am going to assume that a member cannot be both in the upper class as well as...
I was asked recently by someone considering tutoring through WyzAnt how I am able to charge such a high fee (my current clients are paying $120 per hour!) and I thought it might be useful to share my thoughts on how to not only charge a high fee but on how to build a successful, consistent business as a tutor on WyzAnt. You might be wondering, "Who is this guy and who does he think... read more
"From K-3rd grade children learn to read - and from 4th grade and up they are reading to learn" This is an axiom that I hear often when speaking with educators and school administrators. This is certainly a factual assessment of the current system’s approach to teaching children to read, however it is inadequate as an operating principle. I will explain why this is so, and... read more
In this tutorial video, I explain how to convert a fraction into a repeating decimal. I also demonstrate this with several examples.
This video is a follow-up to my 'How to solve a Quadratic Equation by Completing the Square' video. I go through more examples in this video of applying this useful tool to solve a quadratic equation.
In this tutorial video, I explain how to use the method of 'completing the square' to solve a quadratic equation. I go through the steps slowly and then I demonstrate with an example.
Hi and thanks for checking out my tutoring blog here at WyzAnt! If you haven't already, please check out my profile and read my bio. I won't repeat that information here, but I suggest you check it out to get to know me a little and my background. I would like to use this space to share information about my experiences as a tutor, my successes, my challenges, and my overall perspective... read more