22.5 cm 30cm and 37.5cm

22.5 cm 30cm and 37.5cm

degree=5, positive lead coefficient, real zeros= 4 and -3(with multiplicity of 2) I know there can be various answers for drawing this graph since you can't find out the polynomial...

A pole that is 3.2m tall casts a shadow that is 1.53m long. At the same time, a nearby tower casts a shadow that is 41.5m long. How tall is the tower? Round your answer...

1. What is the degree of the following monomial? -3f^3g^4h^5 2. Which of the following expressions is a polynomial? F(x)=-3x^4√x+13x^2-5x F(x)=2/x^2-15x F(x)=x^3-11x^2+3^x F(x)=2x^3-5x^5-2/9x^2+9 3...

Write a rational function to model the situation, or use the given rational function. State a reasonable domain and range for the function using set notation. Then use a graphing calculator to graph...

-Having y-intercept 6 and parallel to the x-axis -Having the x-intercept be -4 and parallel to the y-axis

Need to simplify: -x²y² x½y0 I know that y0= 1 and x½ = √x which leaves me with -x²y² ...

What is the equation of the ellipse with foci at (0,-3) and (0,3) and the sum of focal radii being 10? I tried it two different ways and am not sure if either is correct: First way: 2a=10...

log2 9+log2 a=log2 11

Determine the equation of g(x) that results from translating the function f(x) = (x + 8)2 to the right 9 units.

Determine the equation of g(x) that results from translating the function f(x)= (x+2)^2 to the right 11 units. I have the choice of four answers. 1. g(x)=(x-9)^2 2...

An object 5.7 feet tall casts a shadow that is 17.1 feet long. How long in feet would the shadow be for an object which is 19.8 feet tall? A. 8.4 feet B. 6.6 feet C. 31.2 feet D...

9n^2-1=0 n=

I have been having trouble with Algebra 2 problems like this.

(a+6)(a^2-8a+8)=

5x^2+ 8x -69=0 solve by factoring

This a math homework problem and i don't understand it.

I dont know what to do. I graph it on calculator but what do i do next

This is the equation I described before x/2+x/3=7

One end solid dot is (0,-1) and the other solid dot is (-2,1). One hollow dot is (-5,2) with the other hollow dot being (-2,4). Write the Domain and Range of f as intervals or unions of intervals...