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Log(4x+5)-log(5x+2)=0i need to find solution and domain

Logarithm question

Log(1/3)(1+x)/8= log(1/3)3/(x+6)I need to find the domain and solution

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Optimization problem

A kite company wants to make kites that are rectangular shaped tubes that are open at one end, the end shape is a rectangular that is 2x as wide as it is high. If the volume must be 0.2m^3a) what... more

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a box is x inches high, (2x+3) inches wide, and (2x+5) inches long. in terms of x, what is the volume (v) of the box?

please help me and leave the answer at the top thanks

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Algebra question

The sum of two numbers is 40. The first number is 11 more than twice the second number. Write a system of equations to find the two numbers

f ( x) = 5x −1 ; Find f (∑) − f (Ω)

How would I go about solving this problem?

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Find the missing endpoint if the midpoint is at (2,-5) and one endpoint is at (12, -5).

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5 less than a number is greater than 10

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the sum of a number and 32 is 43

write a equation using n for the variable for this equation.solve

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How Could you find the percent change from 70 to 56?

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x^2+7[x]+5=0 what is the sum of the roots of the equation?

here [x] denotes the greatest integer less than or equal to x

Find the quotient, and write it in rectangular form (do not factor)

(12(cos 420 + i sin 420)) / (2(cos 120 + i sin 120))   Thank you for your time. 

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Melody has 45,000 to invest and wishes to receive an annual income of $4290 from this money. She has chosen investments that pay 5%, 8% and 12% simple interest. Melody wants the amount invested at... more

rewrite the expression (p-4)5 using the distributive property

rewrite the expression (p-4)5 using the distributive property  

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