90 Answered Questions for the topic Algrebra
How do you solve equations that have more than one <>? One of the problems is below... please help!
The sum of 5 times a number v and 2 is times the number w
If f(x) = 2x2 + 3 and g(x) = x2 – 7, find (f + g)(x).
Getting stuck....18 + (-7)×(32-6) using pemdas order of operations
Subtract. Use a horizontal format
Julan had $40 more then Ricky. If Julian gives Ricky $60, Ricky will have twice as much as Julian
A group of 102 people attended a ball game. The group contained five times as many children as adults. Write a system of equations you could solve to determine
What is the solution to –4|–2x + 6| = –24?
find a slope, of the line containing (4,-7) and (-4,3)
Jonathan has a bag of 20 marbles of which 10 are red. He picks one marble from the bag, records the color, and replaces it during 10 trials. During the course o
John fenced his backyard using 550 feet of fencing. The width of his yard is 10 feet less than twice the length.
The length of a rectangle is 3 inches longer than it is wide. If the perimeter is 34 inches, what are the dimensions of the rectangle
If a ring costs a jeweler $180, at what price should it be sold to yield a profit of 40% on the selling price?
A cube has square sides with area x^2 + 24x +144. Which expression represents the surface area of the cube?
You and a group of 7 friends go out for pizza. One large pizza and 3 small drinks cost $21.96.
eight times a number plus five times another number is -13
What point slope form passes through the point (-2,-1) And has slope 5
a survey of 2000 doctors showed that an average of 3 out of 5 doctors use brand x aspirin. How many doctors use brand x asprin
How do I use the distributive law to factor 5y+5z?
setting up word problems to solve
Find the measure of an angle such that the difference between the measures of its supplement and six times its complement is 1010°.
Given points H (-3, -8) and M (-6, 4), find the cordinates of point I (x, y), so M is the midppint of the segment that joins points H and I
Use a(t) = -32 ft/sec2 as the acceleration due to gravity. (Neglect air resistance.)