-The largest angle is 12 times the smallest angle -The middle angle is 5 times the smallest angle Find the measures of the angles. Provide a step-by-step discussion regarding how you would...

-The largest angle is 12 times the smallest angle -The middle angle is 5 times the smallest angle Find the measures of the angles. Provide a step-by-step discussion regarding how you would...

Part 1) Please solve each equation in order to get the height for each one. h(0)=-16t2+528t-1440 h(5)=-16t2+528t-1440 h(15)=-16t2+528t-1440 h(25)=-16t2+528t-1440 h(35)=-16t2+528t-1440...

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a) write an equation that models the number of magazines that john can afford. b)solve the equation.

solve ~ 10 + 5x= 8x + 14

According to the U.S. census bureau survey in 2009 about half as many people in the United States spoke Vietnamese at home as spoke Chinese. If a total of about 3900000 people spoke these languages...

Part 1 of 3: A A missile is shot upward from a submarine 1440 feet below sea level at an initial velocity of 528 ft/sec. A function that approximates the height of the missile (relative to...

I need an algebraic equation. No need for an explanation, all I need in the equation. Nothing else.

I need an algebraic equation. No need for an explanation, all I need in the equation. Nothing else.

Applying equations and inequalities

a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = d^2 for a (a > 0) #solve for the indicated variable

n (n - 4) = 7 #solve the quadratic equation by completing the square and applying the square root property

25p^2 - 10p = 2 #solve the quadratic equation by completing the square and applying the square root property

2a^2 + 4a + 5 = 0 #solve the quadratic equation by completing the square and applying the square root property

I just need an answer to see if I'm correct. Thank you

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Why does x0=1 for any x where x≠0?

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Why does x0=1 for any x where x≠0? Feel free to use any resources that you have. You may NOT just copy and paste from a website, but you may site a website (and include the link to that site)...

The admission fee at an amusement park is $ 1.50 for children and $ 4.00 for adults. On a certain day, 248 people entered the park, and the admission fees collected totaled $672 . How many children...

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