When determining the width of the rectangle it has to be the shorter side. And find out if what gives you the total of 150m squared

When determining the width of the rectangle it has to be the shorter side. And find out if what gives you the total of 150m squared

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I know how to figure it out, I don't know what to write for the sum of the solutions? Do I see if any of the two solutions make the problem true?

formula and sketch each detail of each line

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

2x^2-2x+9=0 I don't know what a discriminant is so I do not understand its purpose.

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.

Solve for x and y

One of the roots of the equation 5x2−12x+c=0 is three times as big as the other root. Find the value of c. One of the roots of the equation 5x2−12x+c=0 is three times as big as the other...

3x2+bx+24=0, if one of its roots is 3 3x2+bx+24=0, if one of its roots is 3

Without solving the equation 5x2+13x−6=0 find the sum of the squares of its roots. Without solving the equation 5x2+13x−6=0 find the sum of the squares of its roots.

If one of the solutions to the equation: x2+3x+1=0, is a, then find 1/(a2+3a+10)

One of the roots of the equation 4x^2+bx+c=0 is 0.5. The other is equal to c. Find the value of b and c. One of the roots of the equation 4x2+bx+c=0 is 0.5. The other is equal...

2x^2+bx−10=0, if one of its roots is 5 2x2+bx−10=0, if one of its roots is 5

The difference between the roots of the equation 3x^2+bx+10=0 is equal to 4 1/3 . Find b. The difference between the roots of the equation 3x2+bx+10=0 is equal to 4 1 3...

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

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