During construction, carpenters often brace walls as shown, where the length of the brace is given by the formula l = √f^2 + h^2 If a carpenter nails a 25-ft brace to the wall 7 feet...

During construction, carpenters often brace walls as shown, where the length of the brace is given by the formula l = √f^2 + h^2 If a carpenter nails a 25-ft brace to the wall 7 feet...

The sides of the regular hexagonal nut shown below are x = 17 millimeters long. Find the height h of the nut.

In Algebra 1 I am given the following problem: Simplify: 6√8 + 5√12 x 3√2 x 4√3 Please help me.

The answer is 12 -2 radical 35 but how did they get 12

Here is my question George is flying a kite. He let out 53ft of string and attached the string to a stake in the ground. The kite is now directly above his brother who is 28 ft away from him. Find...

Hi, just need to know if my answer is right. If its wrong, can you please show me the steps. ( √5+√21 — √5—√21) ^2 FYI: 5+√21 is under one root...

√7/y

thank you!

-5√48 + 4√108

Hi, please help me understand solving this I'm a little lost : (√2x+4 -1) (√2x+4 -1) Note: The 4 is under the root but the 1 is not.

How to work the problem it's a radical expression so "sqrt" is √ square root

√14m5√7m5 So, what I was taught is to multiply through, so 14*7 and m5*m5 which would give me √98m10 I don't know where to go from there. &nb...

7+ √3x = √5x+4 +5

I am having problems with subtracting radicals. e.g 3√2-√2

3√ 2x+5 -15=0 (-15 is not under the radical)

Hi, I keep getting 2a+2b but that's not the answer. I need some help solving the equation in the title. Thanks

Nina says that 16+4 (2) cannot be simplified. George says that is can be simplified to 20 (2). who is correct? Explain how you know. NOTE...

Kepler's third law, T = √(Kr3), can be used to calculate the time it takes for a planet to complete one orbit of a star. The average radius of the planet's orbit in km is r, and K is a constant...

Good evening, I am in need of assistance working through this problem. It is an example in my text book, so it lists out the steps. The problem is that I ended up at the second to last...

It's about subtracting radicals and then simplifying them.

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