For this problem, I used the formula of A=P(1+r/n)nt to get to A=8000(1+0.06/4)4*7, which would give the answer of $12,137.77. Is this answer correct and, if not, how would I arrive at the...

For this problem, I used the formula of A=P(1+r/n)nt to get to A=8000(1+0.06/4)4*7, which would give the answer of $12,137.77. Is this answer correct and, if not, how would I arrive at the...

What should your initial balance be to achieve your goal? I tried solving using the format of A=P(1+r/n)^n*t, so that 20000=P(1+.03/6)^(5*6). With this format, I get the answer...

In this question, I got the answer of $12,137.77. To get to this answer, I used the equation of A=P(1+r/n)^(n*t). From that, I got to A=8000(1+.06/4)^(4*7). However, I'm...

For this problem, I used the formula of A=P(1+r/n)nt to get to A=8000(1+0.06/4)4*7, which would give the answer of $12,137.77. Is this answer correct and, if not, how would I arrive...

I need to find what the smaller and larger x intercepts are, but I'm not sure how to do that (and it's a homework question with a topic that hasn't yet been covered in class) From what I've been discovering,...

a) Write the area of the corral as function of x, so A(x)=? b) Determine the maximum area enclosed by the corral. (Decimal approximations are marked incorrect.) So the maximum area equals...

I tried solving this one (I'm trying to only ask questions on here that i've tried solving lol), however, I keep getting the domain of (-infinity, infinity). However, my teacher said that that answer...

a) Write the area of the corral as function of x, so A(x)=? b) Determine the maximum area enclosed by the corral. (Decimal approximations are marked incorrect.) So the maximum area...

The inverse in this question is a function of y. What would "(f ○ g)−1(y) =" equal. I got the answer (-x+25)/18 (or 25/18-x/18). However, this answer is wrong. Should I just sub out...

I need to find what the smaller and larger x intercepts are, but I'm not sure how to do that (and it's a homework question with a topic that hasn't yet been covered in class)

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The function f(x) = −12 x^2 + 6x + 5 is not invertible, however the domain can be restricted so that the function is invertible only on the restricted domain. There are many ways to...

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