Given positive integers x and y such that 1/x + 1/2y= 1/7, what is the least possible value of xy?

Given positive integers x and y such that 1/x + 1/2y= 1/7, what is the least possible value of xy?

Determine the integer values of n for which n^2-18n+45 is a prime number.

1.factor 252s^3g-588s^2g^2+343sg^3 2. by walking 4mph for one period of time and 2mph for another. Roger traveled 18miles.Had he walked 3mph faster throughout, he would have...

Factor/Find the zeros.

m^2-6m+9-n^2+14n-49

6t+9=4t2+1

3m2-12 = ?

I would be able to do problem if the 4 had a x but i cant breakdown otherwise

find the new dimensions

4a^3 - 49a Simplifed not answered

5n^2 + 19n + 12 Simplified not answered

y^2 + 5y - 84 How do you simplify this question i don't need the answer

what is the factor

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Factor, using the common factor 6a^-15/4. Assume all variables represent positive real numbers: -6a^-3/4 + 24a^-15/4

it is a question based on the idea of factorization. i do not know how to assign my variables

A rectangular is drawn so that the width is 2 feet shorter than the length. The area of the rectangular is 80 square feet. Find the length of the rectangular.

Find two numbers whose product is 60, and whose sum is -17.

The area of a rectangular garden is 105 square meters. The width is 2 meters longer than one-third of the length. Find the length and the width of the garden. lengthequals nothing m

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