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This can be done graphically and algebraically.
Algebraically, we know that the point they have given us (6,1) corresponds to a point on the coordinate system of (x,y). So, what they have given us is that x = 6 and y = 1.
To determine if the point is a solution, all...

First, we have to start by distributing the middle operator to all the terms in the second expression. This simplifies the two expressions into one long one:
-4 + v2 - (-3v2) - 3
-4 + v2 + 3v2 - 3
At this point, we can arrange the expression to group...

Polynomials are made up of monomials, so if you want to simplify anything down, you will always have to use the distributive property. The only cases when you don't have to use the distributive property are when you are multiplying pure monomials.
For example:
When...

This problem is actually very simple. What we have is a rectangular garden of length l = 50 and width w = 40. To fence this garden in, we would then be looking for the
perimeter of the rectangle.
The formula for the perimeter of a rectangle is 2l + 2w = p because we know that...

We can brand option a as false because we know that Histograms only show distribution of data. They are nothing more than frequency plots. So graphs can show you only very general information about your data and are not useful for showing correlations
between variables.
Option...

Really, the parentheses do nothing more than make it confusing. Throw them aside by distributing the middle operator:
11m2 - 2mn + 8n2 + 8m2 + 4mn + (-2n2) <-------- At this stage, you start grouping by variables
11m2 +...