89 Answered Questions for the topic High School Math

High School Math Math Trigonometry

04/20/22

Proving Trig Identities

So, I've been learning proofs since I was in about 8th grade math. But I can't grasp it no matter how many times its explained to me. Its one of those things that makes sense when someone else does... more
High School Math Algebra 2 Functions Graphing

04/15/22

The graph of a function of the form f(x)= a/x^2 +b is shown. Find the values of "a" and "b".

A (m<n) graph is pictured with a clear Horizontal Asymptote on the X-Axis and no Vertical Asymptotes. The function runs through the points (-1,1),(0,2), &(1,1).This is Q.28 in Unit 8.3 in... more
High School Math Math Geometry Trigonometry

03/31/22

Need Help with Trigonometry HW

State the sine and cosine of two unique angles that do not fall on an axis where the values are the same negative value. Give the trig function and angle along with the values to so they are... more
High School Math Math Trigonometry Trig

03/30/22

A person sitting on a Ferris wheel rises and falls as the wheel turns. Suppose that the person's height above ground is described by the following function.

h(t)= 21.7 + 19.2 cos 1.4tIn this equation, h(t) is the height above ground in meters, t is the time in minutes.Find the following. If necessary, round to the nearest hundredth.Period of h _... more

03/07/22

Amanda deposits $10,000 into an account that pays 3% interest per year, compounded annually. Sam deposits $10,000 into an account that also pays 3% per year. But it is simple interest.

Find the interest Amanda and Sam earn during each of the first three years. Then decide who earns more interest for each year. Assume there are no withdrawals and no additional deposits.
High School Math Math Math 1

03/04/22

Given y = 3x + 8, what is the rate of change?

High School Math Math

02/05/22

which of the following ordered pairs is not a function?

a) { (0,0), (2,1), (3,5), (6,4) }b) { (-3,-1), (3,0), (4,2), (5,7) }c) { (-2,9), (-1,8), (2,6), (6,8) }d) { (4,5), (6,9), (10,3), (12,0) }I think its (A) but im not quite sure..
High School Math Equation Mathematics

01/28/22

The graph of y = x2 is stretched vertically by a factor of 2 and shifted 5 units left and 2 units down. Write an equation for the new graph.

The graph of y = x2 is stretched vertically by a factor of 2 and shifted 5 units left      and 2 units down. Write an equation for the new graph. 
High School Math Equation Mathematics

01/28/22

The graph of y = x2 is stretched vertically by a factor of 2 and shifted 5 units left and 2 units down. Write an equation for the new graph.

The graph of y = x2 is stretched vertically by a factor of 2 and shifted 5 units left      and 2 units down. Write an equation for the new graph. 
High School Math Equation Mathematics

01/28/22

The graph of y = x2 is stretched vertically by a factor of 2 and shifted 5 units left and 2 units down. Write an equation for the new graph.

The graph of y = x2 is stretched vertically by a factor of 2 and shifted 5 units left      and 2 units down. Write an equation for the new graph. 
High School Math Equation Mathematics

01/28/22

The graph of y = x2 is stretched vertically by a factor of 2 and shifted 5 units left and 2 units down. Write an equation for the new graph.

The graph of y = x2 is stretched vertically by a factor of 2 and shifted 5 units left      and 2 units down. Write an equation for the new graph. 
High School Math Math Geometry

08/20/21

Triangle GAB is an isosceles triangle with vertex angle A and Triangle BCD is an isosceles triangle with vertex angle C. Is BGH congruent with BDH?

Justify your reasoning,It is given that AG is congruent to BC and <AGB is congruent to <CDB https://intervisualtechnology.us/pxudpothrb/167/9131/Unit_4_Project.pdf here is the link to the... more
High School Math Math Calculus Precalculus

06/10/21

Find the bearing from Port B to the current location of the ship.

A ship left Port A and sailed 122 miles due east to Port B. From Port B, the ship sailed 253 miles northwest and stopped. Find the bearing from Port B to the current location of the ship.
High School Math Math Calculus Trigonometry

06/10/21

Find θ if d is 2.6 miles. Round to the nearest tenth.

The radar on a ship picks up two shipwrecks, A and B, 5.12 miles beneath the surface. The distance between the shipwrecks is 1.25 miles. The angle of depression to Shipwreck B depends on the... more
High School Math Algebra 2 Expressions Logarithm

04/11/21

Please Help!! - Logarithims

If logx2.5=p and logx5=q, find expressions in the terms of p and q for a) logx2.5b) log25Thank you so much for your help!!
High School Math Math Calculus Pre Calculus

03/25/21

Pre Calc AB What will be the population of this endangered species in the preserve after 1 year?

T = MONTHS A wildlife organization released a group of animals that are an endangered species into a preserve. The equation below models the population, P, of the species t months after the initial... more
High School Math Math Algebra 1 Functions

02/26/21

Mice in the Forest

A group of biologists is surveying the mice population in a forest.  The equation       gives the total number of mice, n, t years since the survey began.  Explain what the numbers 75 and 3 mean in... more
High School Math Algebra 1 Geometry Rotation

02/26/21

Rotations Steps

1. What are the three pieces of information needed to perform a rotation?2. For any rotation, what needs to be the same for each step in order to correctly perform a rotation?sorry if this is a... more
High School Math Math Algebra 1

02/26/21

Depreciating phone

Suppose that a phone that originally sold for $800 loses 3/5 of its value each year after it is released.1. After 2 years, how much is the phone worth?2. Write an equation for the value of the... more
High School Math Math Calculus Precalculus

02/12/21

Given the following function: log₂ (x+5) - 1

Determine the characteristics for this function:Domain:Range:X-intercept:Asymptote:Increasing Interval:Decreasing Interval:Left End Behavior: Right End Behavior:
High School Math Math Calculus Precalculus

02/12/21

Solve the equation. Round to 4 decimal places when necessary.

(1/9)^k ⋅ 27^k+4 = (1/81)^3-k

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