can anyone help me with this?

can anyone help me with this?

You drop a pencil out a window that is 20 ft above the ground. Use the formula V2 = 64s, where V is the distance fallen, to calculate the speed the pencil is traveling when it hits the ground.

xy x+y if x=5+2 square root of 6 , y=5−2 squareroot of 6 xy x+y if x=5+2 6 , y=5−2...

The quadratic equation x2-6kx+k2=0, where k is a positive constant, has roots α and β, with α>β. Show that α-β = 4√2k

Find the value of q, for which the difference between the roots in the equation x^2−10x+q=0 is equal to 6. Find the value of q, for which the difference between the roots in the equation x2−10x+q=0...

A positive integer is 29 more than 27 times another. Their product is 8296. Find the two integers.

I know how to solve using the quadratic formula but I don't know how to set it up by completing the square.

The following function gives the height, h metres, of a batted baseball as a function of the time, t seconds, since the ball was hit. h = -6(t-2.5)^2 + 38.5

One of the roots of the equation 10x2−33x+c=0 is 5.3. Find the other root and the coefficient c. One of the roots of the equation 10x2−33x+c=0 is 5.3. Find the other root and the coefficient c...

3x^2−10=0 3x2−10=0

{a/(x-a)} + {b/(x-b)} = {2c/(x-c)}

How to get the formula s=1/2(αβ/α+β)t2

I got the answers but I still don't know how to answer the question, what is the sum of the solutions? 3x^2+7x -2 = (x+1) (x+1) 3x^2+7x -2 = x^2 +2x +...

first find x- intercepts then find the max height

f(x)=11x3–13x2–14x–12 and g(x)=–11x–12. Find f(g(4)). f(x)=11x3–13x2–14x–12 and g(x)=–11x–12. Find f(g(4)).

Find the sum and the product of the roots of the equation: y^2−19=0 y2−19=0Find the sum and the product of the roots of the equation:

I don't know how to even start this?

I have solved the problem but don't know what product of solutions mean? What do I do wit x=0 and x=5?

Please may i get a step by step solution of how to solve a^2 = 66 + ab a = 3b + 4 I know the answer is a = 9 and b = 5/3 But i want to understand how to get the...

A newspaper's profit is $20 per year for each of its 4,000 subscribers. Management estimates that the profit per subscriber will increase by 1¢ for each additional subscriber over the current 4,000...

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