passing through (-8,6) Parallel to the line whose equation is 5x^2-2y-3=0
passing through (-8,6) Parallel to the line whose equation is 5x^2-2y-3=0
Find the next three terms of the recursively defined sequence. a1 = 3, a2 = −1, ak+2 = ak+1ak
Why my the investor use two accounts rather than put all the money into the 13% investment
I do not understand how this question ends up as 12+- the square root of 784-s all over 4
[1 -1 1] [0 -1 0] [0 0 2] (the brackets are all suppose to be combined) Answer: first row=? second row=? third row=?
im taking a placement test and part of the test includes college algebra. I was going through it and the questions is hard to figure out how it got the answer because i also have the solutions. thankyou...
Solve the following systems by which ever method.
3(x-5)+2x=x-12
3(x-5)+2x=x-12
Find the values of the trigonometric functions of θ from the information given. sec θ = 6, sin θ < 0
I can not find the rate of interest
If 4000 dollars is invested in a bank account at an interest rate of 9 per cent per year, compounded continuously. How many years will it take for your balance to reach 50000 dollars?
(a) Find a function that models the population after t years. Your answer is (b) Find the projected population in the year 2004. Your answer is (c) In what...
whose graph has vertex (-1,-5) and y-intercept -2 f(x)=
Find the size of the baterial population after 10 hours
(a) Find a function that models the population after t years. Your answer is (b) Find the projected population in the year 2004. Your answer is (c) In what year...
of 9 per cent per year, compounded continuously. How many years will it take for your balance to reach 50000 dollars?
Find the size of the baterial population after 80 minutes._____ Find the size of the baterial population after 10 hours.______
pH=-log10(H+) where (H+) is the concentration of hydrogen ions measured in moles per liter (M). A substance has a hydrogen ion concentration of (H+)=4.6*10-5M Calculate the pH...
A=P(1+(r/n))nt to find the total amount of money accumulated for an initial investment $1,150 at 12% compounded quarterly after 11 years.