Biology review question

Biology review question

I know that you can solve for the x intercept by solving the numerator, but when I did that and got 2, it said the correct answer was that there was no x intercept. Can someone explain this...

F(n)=2f(n-1)+4

true or false

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These steps are aimed at finding what?

Trying to figure out if this is the best answer to this question

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If driving to the lake is 60 miles away and I'm driving 40 miles per hr how long will it take me to get to the lake

I need help for my math test.

The area of a rugby pitch is 6108 square metres. A football pitch measures 112 metres long and 82 metres wide. How much large is the area of the football pitch than the area of the rugby pitch...

i need to know the basics adding logs subtracting logs all that good stuff

I like asking questions because that is how you learn

I have trouble with arithmetic sequences, could someone help me out? This is all I have so far, which isn't much at all: an = a1 + (n-1) d an = a1 + (n-1)-6

Been stumped on this qusetion for a while, anyone got a simple step-by-step solution?

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Most learning follows a curve; not a bell-shaped curve, but a sudden, steep ascent, followed by a plateau. Think about what it was like to learn how to drive a car. You had to consciously remember where the brake and the accelerator were, until it became second nature. That's the pattern for new learning. What has already been learned is usually habitual, so that it becomes... read more

Most learning follows a curve; not a bell-shaped curve, but a sudden, steep ascent, followed by a plateau. Think about what it was like to learn how to drive a car. You had to consciously remember where the brake and the accelerator were, until it became second nature. That's the pattern for new learning. What has already been learned is usually habitual, so that it becomes... read more

Most learning follows a curve; not a bell-shaped curve, but a sudden, steep ascent, followed by a plateau. Think about what it was like to learn how to drive a car. You had to consciously remember where the brake and the accelerator were, until it became second nature. That's the pattern for new learning. What has already been learned is usually habitual, so that it becomes... read more

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