help answer this question lol. it is for introductory algebra
help answer this question lol. it is for introductory algebra
the ones that have / is a fraction. Need helping solving this problem.
√x -2 4√x-8 = 0 Determine the appropriate substitution using the new u: u= Write the new quadratic equation using the variable u: Solve the new quadratic...
4x-2 - 11x-1 - 20=0 Determine the appropriate substitution using the new u: u= Write the new quadratic equation using the variable u: Solve the new quadratic equation...
X4 - 19x2+48=0
X6-511x3=512 Determine the appropriate substitution using the new variable u:u = Write new quadric equation using variable u: Solvery the new...
Rocco borrowed a total of $7000 from two student loans. One loan charged 3% simple interest and the other charged 2.5% simple interst, both payable after graduation. If the interest he owed after...
I need to identify what is the real part and what is the imaginary part of negative 1 over 4 (-1/4)
Is it a circle ?
I'm not sure how to plug in g(t)-g(2). Please help
A consumer purchased a computer after a 16% reduction. If x represents the computer's original price, the reduced price can be represented by what?
Express as a polynomial. (Simplify your answer completely.) (√x +√y)(√x-√y)
I'm not sure how to even start this. I also don't know how to use a graphing calculator so I'm really lost.
Simplify the expression completely. (Leave your answer in factored form.) (y−1 + x−1)/((xy)−1)
a total of $65,000 is to be invested, some in bonds some in cds, if the amount in bonds is to exceed cds by $6,000, how much will be invested in each bonds and cd
Also don't know how to start this one. Please help
To help sell more of a lower grade meat, a butcher mixes some premium ground beef worth $3.10/lb with 8lb of lower grade ground bee worth $2.05/lb. If the result was an intermediate grade of ground...
I'm going crazy. Can't find a solution at all :(((
find the x and y intercepts of the graph of this equation y= the square root of (2x +3)
This is from a question asking for the conversion of the given equation into the standard form of the equation of a hyperbola! I'm having issues understanding a basic principle of getting the final...