Hi, I need help solving this : [(1)/(2x)+(5)]^2 = 12

Hi, I need help solving this : [(1)/(2x)+(5)]^2 = 12

A rectanglar field is to be decided into 3 smaller identical rectangular parts with the equal area. The amount of fencing available is 1,200 m. What are the dimensions Needs: Let statements Diagrams...

Needs to be done using the quadratic formula and I need let statements

have to figure out the area so you would have to use the formula to figue out what areas equal too.

Quadratic equation problem

I keep getting the wrong answer to this : The area is 126cmsquared. The height is 2xcm and the base is x+11cm. Find x.

A factory is to be built on a lot measuring 300 ft by 400 ft. A local building code specifies that a lawn of uniform width and equal in area to the factory must surround the factory. What...

Hi, I need help solving this quadratic word problem.

a person standing at the edge of a 32 meter building throws a baseball vertically upward. The quadratic function h(t)= —16t^2 + 64t + 32 models the balls height above the ground , h(t) in...

Hi, I keep getting wrong answer to this : √2x2 — 3x + √2 =0

Hi, the equation I need help with is : √2x2 — 3x + √2 =0

While Graphing parabolas given the equation how do you determine the x value needed to create the chart for example 2x^2-3 how would you graph this parabola.

1/3x^2+3x-4=0 simplifiying the x2 gets me confused

There is a table. The distances (D) in inches are 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4. The Depth (h) in inches are 1, 1.25, 2, 3.25, 5

At a certain time of day, a tree that is x meters tall casts a shadow that is x − 14 meters long. If the distance from the top of the tree to the end of the shadow is x + 2 meters long, what is...

H is the depth in inches with plots 1, 1.25, 2, 3.25, and 5 D is distance with plots 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4

f(x)=1/2x^2+2 find the: x | ? | ? | ? | ... y | ? | ? | ? | ...

Which of the following represents the quadratic equation below in standard form? A. B. C...

i dont get it

graph begins in second quadrant, increases as x approaches 3 in the first quadrant. The graph then begins in the fourth quadrant, increases, and finally levels off without crossing the x axis. Choose...

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