on a small plane, the average passenger weighs 80kg and has 10kg of luggage. the pilot weighs 62kg. there are also several boxes of supplies that weigh about 8kg each. Explain why the polynomial 90x...
on a small plane, the average passenger weighs 80kg and has 10kg of luggage. the pilot weighs 62kg. there are also several boxes of supplies that weigh about 8kg each. Explain why the polynomial 90x...
Explain why parentheses are used in the statement of the solution of Example 10: (x2 - 64π) ft2.
I know that the square's area is x^2+4x+4 and that the rectangle's area is x^2+4x, but I don't know which has the greater area. Does the square have it because of the +4?
Suppose that the width of a square is three times the width of second square. How do the areas of the squares compare? why?
In a northern European country, the formula: y = 0.033x2 - 2.5x + 62.57 models the number of deaths per year per thousand people, y , for people who are x years old,...
In a northern European country, the formula: y = 0.033x2 - 2.5x + 62.57 models the number of deaths per year per thousand people, y , for people who are x years old, 40 ≤...
Perform the indicated operations and simplify completely: (x+7)2 - (x+3)2
Solve the following formula for x. y = 7x − 2kx
In a northern European country, the formula y = 0.032x2− 2.5x + 62.54 models the number of deaths per year per thousand people, y , for people who are x years old, 40 ≤ x ≤ 60. Approximately...
I'm working on a project that requires polynomials meeting at integers. I currently need a polynomial that goes through the point (70,302), has a degree above 4, and has at least one other point between...
N=4, -4, 1/3, & 2+3i are zeros f(1)=100
find a polynomial of degree 4 that has integer cooefficients and zeros 1,-1,2, and 1/2
write a polynomial f(x) that meets the given conditions. Degree 3 polynomial with leading coefficient of 1 and zeros of 4, 4i and -4i f(x)=
write a polynomial f(x) that meets the given conditions. Degree 3 polynomial with leading coefficient of 1 and zeros of 3, -5 and 4
Write a polynomial f(x) that satisfies the given conditions. Polynomial of lowest degree with zeros of 5/3 (multiplicity 2) and - 1/4 (multiplicity 1) and with f(0) = -50 f(x)...
how do I write x2+10x ÷ x+5 in the form q(x) + r(x)/b(x)
Mr. Murphy's math class has been studying operations with polynomials and factoring. Today in class Mr. Murphy wrote the following pattern on the board: 1*2*3=4*1^2+2*1 2*3*4=5*2^2+2*2 3*4*5=6*3^2+2*3 4*5*6=7*4^2+2*4 He...
Simplifying Polynomials: a) (x^2-1) - (x^2-x-1) = b) x^3(x+1) + x^5 (x^2-x) = c) ...
if the cost c for manufacturing x units of a certain product is given by C=x^2-10x+55 find the number of units manufactured at a cost of $10,030
Prove that (x+1/x)(x^2+1/x^2)(x^4+1/x^4)(x^8+1/x^8) = x^32-1 / x^15(x^2-1)