## Precalculus Homework Resources Question below!!

The number of questions on an exam varies with the number of minutes to take the exam. For each questions there are 5 minutes alloted. Write a formula that relates the number of minutes to take the... g(n) = - 7 (9n - 1) (3n + 1) n - intercept : (n, g(n)) :: ________ [smaller n - value] n - intercept : (n, g(n)) :: ________ [larger n - value] y - intercept : (n, g(n)) :: ______... Find the cubic polynomial with zeros 3 and 3+4i ( and 3-4i) and having f(1) = 64

Find an nth-degree polynomial function with real coefficients satisfying the given conditions. If you are using a graphing utility, use it to graph the function and verify the real zeros and the given...

how many bags of cement can be safely lifted on the elevator in one trip?

How many checks should be written each month to make the credit union a better deal? Precalc Word Problem Help

College Precalc, just can't figure this out A large square carpet is initially x inches long and x inches wide. Randy decides to trim 4 inches off each edge of the carpet because the edges are... If \$70000 is invested at 5% compounded quarterly, how long will it take for the investment to triple in value?

need to know how many years it will take to triple in value. Determine the quadratic function f whose graph is given. The vertex is (-3,-13) and the y intercept is -4

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It has to be written for and equation for a linear function and then I have to graph it to get the all of the answer for the problem correct Arbitrary point

P(x,y) is an arbitrary point on the circle X2+y2=1. Express the distance d from P to the point A=(3,0) as a function of the x cooridinate of P. state the domain and range of the function.&nbs... What is the height function?

The height s above the ground at time t of a falling object is given by s(t) = −5t2 + v0t + s0 where s is in meters, t is in seconds, v0 is the object's initial velocity in meters...