m represents the number of miles, c is the cost per person
m represents the number of miles, c is the cost per person
why we take LCM and HCF and where & what are there use or applications please explain me
Y= 3/2×+3 -y<2×
This is from Algebra, but i already have done, by using other opyions, but using a remainder theorem is very hard
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Not sure where to begin in order to solve this question... I have no idea how to do it
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( x3/2y-4/2z5/6 / x3/2y4/5z-2/4)6
√60x + 2√3x - 3√40x
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i need to check my answer
with steps and answer please
and the answer needs to be simplified
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