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–4w - 6 + 20w + 3 - 2k + 5 + 10k & -5(c + 4) +25 +7c

what are the steps to simplify  – 4w - 6 + 20w + 3 - 2k + 5 + 10k and -5(c + 4) +25 +7cneeded ASAP
Factoring Algebra Exponents

12/16/20

How come sometimes (a+b)^2= a^2+b^2. While other times it equals (a+b)(a+b)

Kinda silly question probably, but I know sometimes (a+b)2 = a2+b2. While other times (a+b)2 = (a+b)(a+b).I had to make (x+3)2 = (x+3)(x+3). I started to wonder why it wouldn’t be x2 + 9 since when... more

12/11/20

Need help factoring roots: Factor. One root has been given.

Factor. One root has been given.x^4 + 7x^3 - x^2 - 61x - 78 = 0; -4 + √3

12/09/20

(Algebra II) A rational function, R(x) has the following characteristics:

A rational function, R(x) has the following characteristics: a vertical asymptote at x = 3, a horizontal asymptote at y = 2, and a hole at (2, −2). Sketch the function and determine what it... more
Factoring Prealgebra

12/07/20

factor 6+27 using gcf

it said 6(2+9) was the wrong answer.
Factoring Trigonometry Algebra

11/03/20

factor 2sin^2(x)- 5 sin(x)+3

I'm really bad with factorization. Can someone explain me the procedure for solving this type. And if so any general rule or advice that could help me understand overall any procedure of... more
Factoring

10/30/20

Factoring out coefficients

The expression 0.8w+3.6 factored is?
Factoring Algebra 2

10/23/20

Factor the expression completely.

x2y3 - x5y4

10/23/20

Finding unknown integers in a story problem (factoring)

The dimensions of a rectangular photograph are odd consecutive integers. The area of the photograph is 143 square inches. Find the lengths of each side.The sides are   and inches long.
Factoring

08/20/20

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

Factoring

07/30/20

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

Factoring Math Algebra 1 Sat Math

06/16/20

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 Geometry

06/15/20

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 Geometry

06/15/20

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 Geometry

06/15/20

Is the sequence below arithmetic?

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

06/15/20

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

06/06/20

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

05/09/20

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

04/24/20

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?

04/23/20

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
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