y = x-2/(x-3)(x+1) Where does this functional rational cross the x-axis?
y = x-2/(x-3)(x+1) Where does this functional rational cross the x-axis?
How many ways can a 2-person subcommittee be selected from a committee of 7 people? I need help with this problem please
find the approximately measure of the hole with the given information.
1. Sometimes slope is called "pitch". Look on the internet for an industry that calls slope "pitch" and give an example of pitch in the real world. 2. Sometimes slope...
Bicycles have 1 seat, 2 pedals, and 2 wheels. Tricycles have 1 seat, 2 pedals, and 3 wheels. Tandem Bikes have 2 seats, 4 pedals, and 2 wheels.
y = x/(x)(x-4) Where is the hole in the rational function?
y = ?/(x-3)(x+2) What could you put in the blank to create a hole in the graph?
A new epidemic of "nostudyosis" is sweeping through the Scottsdale Community College student population of 10000 students. Current estimates from the health department state that 26 percent...
y = x+9/(x-3)(x+9) Where is the hole in this rational?
y = x+1/(x-3)(x+2) Where does this rational cross the x-axis?
graph a line with the slope and y-intercept given. the slope is .5 & the y-intercept is 3.5
If I am taking a train to Pittsburgh at 50 MPH, and my friend is taking the train to NY at 75 MPH, at what point do we pass each other? Probably somewhere in Jersey
I need answers with detailed steps
Question : business people have determined that 5/8 items on the mailing list will change in one year. a business has a mailing list of 5168. After one year, how many addresses will...
find an equation for this question
Could you please give me an answer and why?
determine the equation (sine, cosine)
Why is the number 1 used to find percentages? I saw one of my friends do an excel formula that was something like D4/D3-1 and found the percentage difference between the two numbers. There...
I have a picture of the figure here: http://imgur.com/gallery/TAYa0tz So here is the situation: I have to give the statement and the reason to end up with the Proof. It's a 2 column proof...
F(x)=2x4-3x3-10x2+20, find domain, range, maximum, minimum, increasing, decreasing, concavity, inflection points, absolute max/min?