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Four times a number is equal to it’s square. What is the number?



Factorise: 5c(4r-3t)(4r-3t)

Factoring Math Algebra 1


What are the first four terms of a sequence given the recursive rule below?

f(n)=2×f(n-1)+3 for all n≥2 and f(1)=7A. Not enough informationB. 7, 9, 11, 13C. 7, 15, 31, 63D. 7, 17, 37, 77
Factoring Math Algebra 1


John starts out with $10 in his savings account and his grandparents add $10 a week. What is the recursive formula to represent how much money John has any time after two weeks?

A. f(n) = f(n-1)+10, given f(1) = 10B. f(n) = 10f(n-1), given f(1) = 10C. f(n) = f(n-2)+10, given f(1) = 10D. f(n) = 10(n-1), given f(1) = 10
Factoring Math Algebra 1


Leanne has a gas card that has $150 on it. She spends $25 a week on gas. What is the recursive rule that represents the amount of money she has on her gas card after the first week.

A. f(n) = f(n-2)-25, given f(1) = 150B. f(n) = f(n-1)-150, given f(1) = 25C. f(n) = 6f(n-1)-25, given f(1) = 25D. f(n) = f(n-1)-25, given f(1) = 150
Factoring Math Algebra 1


Is the sequence below arithmetic?

{1, 8, 27, 64}A. TrueB. False
Factoring Math Algebra 1


Write the first four terms of a sequence given the recursive rule below.

f(n) = f(n-1)-4, for all n ≥ 2 and f(1) = 32A. 32, 31, 30, 29B. not enough informationC. 32, 28, 24, 20D. 32, 27, 22, 17


College Algebra

A varsity soccer player kicks a soccer ball approximately straight upward with an initial velocity of 68 ft/sec. The ball leaves the players foot at a height of 3 feet. Part 1 of 2: (2 pts)Use the... more
Factoring Algebra


Factoring Question

A smart-phone is thrown upwards from the top of a 192-foot building with an initial velocity of 16 feet per second. The height h of the smart-phone after t seconds is given by the quadratic... more
Factoring Math Algebra 2


What is an example of a quadratic equation that has two solutions but cannot be solved by factoring

What is an example of a quadratic equation that has two solutions but cannot be solved by factoring. and how do you know it cannot be solved by factoring.
Factoring Algebra 1


A web browser is open on your computer screen. The length is shown as (x+7) and the width is (x-2). The area of the browser window is 24 inches. Find the length of the browser window x.

Part B is the browser covers 3/13 of the screen. What are the dimensions of the screen?


I have no idea how to do this... Help?

A baking soda rocket is fired upwards with a initial speed of 80 feet per second. Its height,h, above the ground in feet can be modeled using the equation:h(t)=-16t^2+80t where t is the time... more


How to factor these

-63p^3-72p^2-90 b^2-7b+6 v^3+11+28 4n^2-1 9n^2-30n+25


What are two numbers that add up to 6 and multiply to get 9

Factoring Prealgebra


Factor numbers in math

What two numbers multiply to make -28and add to 3
Factoring Algebra 2


Complete Factorisation

Factorise Completly ax2y-4ay3
Factoring Algebra 2


Factor a^2+5bc^2-a-5b

Factoring Algebra 1 Algebra 2


Quadratic Function

Solve x^2 - 12x = 0. I do not know how to solve this because there is no third term.
Factoring Algebra 2


How do I factor x^2+4x+20?

Hi! can someone please help me with this question: x^2+4x+20 ?


Algebra ll question

A golf ball is hit from the ground, and it’s height can be modeled by the equation h(t)=-16t^2+128t were h(t) represents the height (in feet) of the ball t seconds after contact. What will the... more


Algebra II problem

You have a garden that measures 15ft by19ft. You want to put a sidewalk around the garden but are not sure how wide to make it. Determine how wide the sidewalk should be when the total area of the... more
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