a triangle has sides with lengths in centimeters that are consecutive even integers. Find the lengths if the perimeter is 186 cm

a triangle has sides with lengths in centimeters that are consecutive even integers. Find the lengths if the perimeter is 186 cm

Alyssa said the 6/8 and 9/12 are not equivalent because there is no whole number you can multiply both parts of 6/8 by to get 9/12. Is she correct? Explain.

The whole problem is this: 1 = 1 + 1 Solve R R1 ...

Using complete sentences, explain how to find the equation of the line, in standard form and slope-intercept form, passing through (-1, 5) and (1, 9). Also compare the benefits of writing an equation...

Are the complex fractions the quantity x-squared minus x minus 20 over 4 all over the quantity x minus 5 over 10 and the quantity x-squared minus x minus 20 over x minus 5 all over the quantity 4...

Show all work to simplify 1 over x plus 3 over 8=1 over 2. Use complete sentences to explain how to simplify this expression.

You are a shopkeeper, a man comes in and steals $50 without your attention. The man then comes back and buys $40 worth of merchandise, and gets $10 in change. How much did you lose?

Using arc length formula (s=r*Θ), it is to my understanding the problem would become [s=1260*(π/6)] with 1260 as the radius and (π/6) as the central angle/theta. Simplified out this should come...

Please Help

How do you know if you need to ungroup a ten for ones when subtracting? My son came home from school and did all of his math homework except for the stretch your thinking part...I don't know...

I really don't understand the distributive property of multiplication and addition. We are learning about it in school (grade 7) but I just don't understand how it works or how to use it properly...

there are 3 types of juice in the refrigerator: apple, orange, and grape. There are 4 bottles of each type of juice. Ivy is going to choose 3 bottles of juice at random. Part...

Hi. I have a hard time with Algebra 1/Algebra 2 Factorization Problems. Can someone explain them in-depth and offer some examples? Clarify the mystery for me. Thanks!

please explain this problem.. -7-3-(-11)8-10

Conffused help needed

A sequence xn is said to be dominated by a sequence yn if xn ≤ yn for each n. Show that, if so 1. inf xn ≤ inf yn, 2. sup xn ≤ sup yn, 3. lim inf xn...

Four friends get together. One tells the truth all the time. One lies all the time. One tells the truth on odd-numbered days and lies on even-numbered days. One tells the truth on even-numbered...

Toren G.

Cornell Engineering Physics and Math Tutor

New York, NY

Ben-zion M.

Pharmacy calculations, Pharmacy Technician training.

Flushing, NY

4.8
(5 ratings)