Find please the: a. Height reached by the bullet b. Total time of the bullet is in the air, assuming the bullet was fired from ground level
Find please the: a. Height reached by the bullet b. Total time of the bullet is in the air, assuming the bullet was fired from ground level
5/7 (x+4)+1/3x= x+3
a. Find the speed of the rock after 4.5 s b. find the distance the rock fell in 4.5 s c. Find the speed of the rock after falling 55 m, neglecting air re...
( x3/2y-4/2z5/6 / x3/2y4/5z-2/4)6
√60x + 2√3x - 3√40x
solve and write an equation set
4x = 6 What is the method to find x?
i need to check my answer
and the answer needs to be simplified
A movie theater estimates that for each $0.50 increase in ticket price, the number of tickets sold decreases by 60. The current ticket price of $16.50 yields 1800 tickets sold. Set up and equation...
I am just beginning to learn the whole concept of set builder notation, and I am running into a little confusion. I understand the x and y axis, as well as the form it is written in. I don't understand...
The ball's height h (in feet) after t seconds is given by the following. How long after the ball is thrown does it hit the ground? Round your answer(s) to the nearest hundredth. h=110-6t-...
I'm having trouble figuring out if x^2+7x+3 can be factored using integers because i've written out the p, q, p+q and pq, but i can't seem to come up with an answer that makes sense. Any...
The cheerleading team sells sun products as a fundraiser to defray camp expenses. Kara sells 31 bottles of sunscreen and 16 tubes of lip balm and raises $69.45. Macy sells 24 bottles of sunscreen...
a(1−ax)=y 2(ax−y)+1=−3(x+y) I need to find the Intersection of these two lines Thanks for the help! The answer is: (1/a-3 , 3a/3-a) but I can't get...
Answers are (A) t^2 + t (B) t^3 (C) t^3 + t (D) t^5 + t^3 (E) t^6 + t^3
Lara rode her motorcycle 300 miles. If she averaged 10mph faster, the trip would have taken her 1 hour less time. Find Lara's actual speed. Write an equation and solve.with steps
A plane traveled 2208 miles to Miami and back. The trip there was with the wind. It took 16 hours. The trip back was into the wind. The trip back took 23 hours.
This is a problem which involves with alpha and beta.
i really need help. im not great at math so it would mean a lot if someone could help me out. thanks so much!