 3,132 Answered Questions for the topic College Algebra

College Algebra Math Science

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#### What is the ball's centripetal acceleration?

A child attaches a rubber ball to a string and whirls it around in a circle overhead. If the string is 0.2 m long and the ball's speed is 16 m/s, what is the ball's centripetal acceleration?
College Algebra Science Physics

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#### What is the slope?

A car is going 16 m/s for 15 s.What is the slope?
College Algebra

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#### college algebra word problem

Identify the vertices and co-vertices of the following ellipse.9x^2 + 16y^2 = 144
College Algebra

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#### college algebra word problem

Identify the vertices and co-vertices of the ellipse.x^2/49+y^2/25=1
College Algebra

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#### college algebra word problem

Rewrite the given equation in standard form.x=1/8y^2
College Algebra

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#### If f is a polynomial function, and f(a) and f(b) have opposite signs, what must occur between a and b. If f(a) and f(b) have the same sign, does it necessarily mean that this will not occur?

If f is a polynomial function, and f(a) and f(b) have opposite signs, what must occur between a and b. If f(a) and f(b) have the same sign, does it necessarily mean that this will not occur?... more
College Algebra

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#### Find two consecutive integers whose sum is -51

Find two consecutive integers whose sum is -51
College Algebra Math Algebra 1

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#### Could someone show me the steps to figure this out? Identify the leading term, End behavior, x-intercepts, and their multiplicities (

f(x) = -4x^5(x - 11)^2 (x+7)^3 Leading Term: -4x^5Left Side: ?Right Side: ?x-intercepts: 0, 11, -7 Multiplicities: ?
College Algebra

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#### 5.5 Zeros of Polynomial Functions

he polynomial of degree 3, P(x), has a root of multiplicity 2 at x=5 and a root of multiplicity 1 at x=−5. The y-intercept is y=−75.Find a formula for P(x). Keep the answer in factored form.
College Algebra

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#### Zeros of Polynomial Functions

The polynomial of degree 4, P(x) has a root of multiplicity 2 at x=1 and roots of multiplicity 1 at x=0 and x=−2. It goes through the point (5,112).Find a formula for P(x). Keep the answer in... more
College Algebra Calculus Precalculus

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#### Exponential and Logarithmic Function

It is estimated that t years after 1995, the population of a certain country will be P(t) million people where P(t)=(A)e^(0.03)(t) − (B)e^(0.005)(t) for certain constants A and B. The population... more
College Algebra Math Functions

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#### Find an nth-degree polynomial function with real coefficients satisfying the given conditions.

n = 33 and 4 i are zeroesf(1) = -102f(x) =
College Algebra

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The population of a city (in millions) at time t (in years) is P(t)=2.3e^0.004t, where t=0 is the year 2000.When will the population double from its size at t=0
College Algebra Math Calculus

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Find an equation of the line that satisfies the given conditions.Through (9, 3); perpendicular to the line y = 6
College Algebra Math Calculus

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#### Math - Pre Calc

Find an equation of the line that satisfies the given conditions.Through (9, 3); perpendicular to the line y = 6
College Algebra

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#### Find the maximum revenue

The revenue function for a lawnmower shop is given by R(x)=x⋅p(x) dollars where x is the number of units sold and p(x)=700−0.5x is the unit price. Find the maximum revenue.
College Algebra Math

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#### College Algebra

One car goes 8 km/h faster than another. In the time that it takes the faster car to go 238 km, the slower car will go 210 km. What is the speed of the faster car?
College Algebra

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#### College Algebra Homework

the length of a rectangle is 7yd more than twice the width x. the area is 940yd2
College Algebra

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Construct a polynomial function with the following properties: fifth degree, 3 is a zero of multiplicity 3, −2 is the only other zero, leading coefficient is 4.
College Algebra Math

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Solve ln x-2 = 5

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