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Find the equation of the line that passes through (2, -7) and is parallel to 5x+4y=7

Write the quadratic equation whose roots are 4 and −1, and whose leading coefficient is 5.

g(x)=-3+2x^2 f(x)=9-6x (a) Find (g/f)(2) . (b) Find all values that are NOT in the domain of g/f . If there is more than one value, separate them with commas...

Defining the vatiables before starting tends to make the problem easier.

4x+ 3y =9 4y=5y-12

please help me if I don't get this I will fail my second semester

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I have no clue how do solve this equation. I'm in an Algebra 2 class and this is considered calculus from unhelpful google searches

This is the Price Demand equation they gave 20p+x=25 Heres what I got for the function of price. But I dont think I am right. R(p)=p(25-20p) It also wants...

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Give your answer as a percent, rounded to the tenths place

My professor says that the decimal for $400 is .222 but I can't see how he came up with that answer. Can you explain it to me?

Find three consecutive negative integers such that 3 times the product of the first and third exceeds twice the product of the first and second by 12.

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The answer is 13 but Im not sure what steps to take to get that answer. When answering list all of the steps please.

I’m having trouble with this question on my homework packet.