this question is a word problem from my algebra book in the section quadratic equations

this question is a word problem from my algebra book in the section quadratic equations

I need to find this answer for a homework problem. it is due tomorrow at eight o clock in the morning

really bad at word problems need immediate help

algebra how many g of gold should a coin of 43% gold be when combined with a 8g pure gold necklace , it forms a metal that is 80% gold.

for the 144cm^2 that means 144 cm squared.

i put the word problem into separate equations, all i have to do is solve the equations using the system of equations method.

Please provide steps to solve the problem. Thanks.

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This needs to be in an algebra equation.

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How much faster is the cat running than the mouse?

Find the periodic payment required to repay a loan with the given terms. $2500 repaid in 12 monthly installments, at an annual rate of 20%.

At 3:25pm, two trains left Los Angeles. One train traveled westward at a constant rate of 82 mph, while the other train traveled east at a constant rate of 66 mph. If they are now 111...

Show all the work please. Its Systems of equations

a retailer who advertises on the toll road suggests the relationship between its monthly sales (y) and the amount (x) it spends on advertising each month can be modeled by the equation...

How would you solve this particular word problem?

this boy is trying to figure hout how many how many of each type oft thing htat he can get for his memeber but doesn know how many he can get.

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