If a tightrope walker falls, he will land on a safety net. .His height h in feet after a fall can be modeled by h(t) = 60 - 16t2, where t is the time in seconds.
If a tightrope walker falls, he will land on a safety net. .His height h in feet after a fall can be modeled by h(t) = 60 - 16t2, where t is the time in seconds.
Solve 2x^2 + 8x -4 = 0 by completing the square. Solve (x^2 +x)^2 -3(x^2+x) +2=0 using substitution, factoring, and the quadratic formula
why should it be substituted to solve
Quadratic formula
x^2 +2x -3 =0 solve by completing the square and then by quadratic formula
Find the zeros of each function by using the quadratic formula. F(x) = x2(squared) +10x+9 g(x) = 2x2(squared) +4x -12 h(x)= 3x2(squared)-3x+3/4 f(x)= x2(squared)+2x-3 g(x)=2x2(squared)+3x+1 g(x)=...
I've been given the perimeter and area of squares/rectangles. I used the quadratic equation to find 2 values: =(P+-(sq.rt((P*P)-16A)))/4 (sorry, my keyboard has no carrot symbol). ...
9x2-3x-1=0
Solve 3/x + 3/2x = 2 Please explain how to answer this question. Thank you :)
Use the quadratic formula to solve the equation 2x ^ 2 + 1 = 6x Im not sure if the answer is 4,-3/2 I worked it out but they keep saying its wrong whats missing
translate to quadratic equation and use the quadratic formula to solve
In my 8th grade Advanced Algebra class, my group is moving extremely slowly due to constant chattering. I find it frustrating and would like to have the math skills to go into Advanced Geometry next...
The diagram shows the length as (x+5) and the width as (x+15
x2-x-6=0
can anyone help with the answer to this?
Find two real numbers whose sum is -9 and product is 24, or show that no such numbers exist. I'm not sure how to calculate this. Thanks in advance for help!
x+2= 3 x+2
3y^2-13y Please help me figure out the quadratic formula
the width of a rectangular piece of cardboard is 8in less than its length. A square piece that measures 2in on each side is cut from each corner, then the sides are turned up to make a box with the...
x2-x-20=0