Find k in the equation (k-3)x2 + (k-2)x - 5 so that: a) the sum of roots is 3. b) the product of roots is -4.

Find k in the equation (k-3)x2 + (k-2)x - 5 so that: a) the sum of roots is 3. b) the product of roots is -4.

walmart sells thermometer for $2 and heat packs for $2 walmarts total sales are $1134. customers bought six times as many thermometers than heat packs. how many of each did walmart sell

The product of real numbers x, y, and z is 1. Find all possible values of (1/1+x+xy) + (1/1+y+yz) + (1/1+z+zx). [Side note: The / symbol above indicates...

Select the product of (3x + 6)(3x - 6). A. 9x2 - 36 B. 9x2 - 36x - 36 C. 6x2 D. 6x

Select the product of (7x - 8)(3x + 9). A. 21x2 - 39x - 72 B. 60x - 72 C. 21x2 + 39x - 72 D. 10x + 1

Let x = [-4, 4,5] and y=[0,0,-3] Find the dot product of x and y x.y=?

The Marginal cost of a product can be thought of as the cost of producing one additional unit of output. For example, if the marginal cost of producing the 50th product is $6.20, it cost...

... and evaluate the corresponding matrix product. p=(1342) so I have matrix p=[(0010),(1000),(0001),(0100)], and I have p=(13)(34)(42), but I don't really understand...

This is for my trig class. Thanks for the help!

Find the product. (X-9)(x+8)

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