need the answer step by step to understand the concept

need the answer step by step to understand the concept

how to solve out the equation to get the answer using a=p(1+r/n)^n*t

on what day will the cities have the same new infection -round to the nearest hundredth place

a doctor allots 15 minutes for routine office visit and 45 minutes for for physicals. The doctor cannot do more than 10 physicals per day. The doctor has nine available hours for appointments each...

a+b+c=-3 3b-c=4 2a-b-2c=-5

I have to write an equation in slope intercept form for the line described which is slope 4, passes through (6,9)

The schools that Trevon goes to is selling tickets to the annual talent show. On the first day of ticket sales the school sold 4 senior citizen tickets and 13 child tickets for a total of $115. The...

Rationalize the denominator and simplify if necessary. keep as a simple fraction sqrt49r+3/6-8sqrtr

Link : http://imgur.com/a/y1djd If you could please do the 3 parts to the question I would very much appreciate it since they are all one single question. Thanks in advanced!

i need the transformations or like the effects on the graph

1. Write an equation to model the situation 2. How much money will be in the account after 4 years? 3. How will will it be until there is $5000 in the account?

1. Write an exponential function to model the situation. 2.Determine about how many animals will be in the population after 20 years

1. Write an Equation to model the situation 2. Determine how long it will take for the sample to be reduced to 2 grams

Write in exponential equation

When looking at a rational function, Bella and Edward have two different thoughts. Bella says that the function is defined at x = −1, x = 2, and x = 4. Edward says that the function is undefined at...

Can someone please just help me find the year of this? My teacher hasn't been much help.

Word Problems involving quadratic equations

1.Write an exponential function to model situation 2.Determine how many million Americans used cell phones in 1997

Give two different examples of functions that are equivalent to their inverses. show how you know

The variable Z is directly proportional to X, and inversely proportional to Y. When X is 6 and Y is 3, Z has the value 6. What is the value of Z when X = 10, and Y = 8