If log p=x and log q=y, evaluate the following in terms of x and y: #1) (log p^-4)/(loq q^-5) = ? #2) (log p^5)^−3 = ?

If log p=x and log q=y, evaluate the following in terms of x and y: #1) (log p^-4)/(loq q^-5) = ? #2) (log p^5)^−3 = ?

figure out how many coins there are in each type

A total of 822 tickets were sold for the school play. They were either adult tickets or student tickets. There were 72 more student tickets sold than adult tickets. How many adult tickets were sold...

Compute the domain of the function f(x)= ax−15 in terms of a. Assume a>0. Answer with an interval, i.e. [0, infinity), or unions of intervals, i.e. (-infinity,1]U(6,9), or answer simply with an...

If tanx=−0.5 then tan(pi+x) = ?

let f be a function that is defined everywhere and let g(x) = 25x+b with b ≠ 0. Find in terms of b, the values of x, if any, for which the function f/g is undefined.

Let S be (−∞,3]∪[15,∞) Then S can also be described in set notation by the inequality |x−a|≥b a=? b=?

Solve for x in terms of a and b. Also, a>0. |ax+b|≥−2

The quotient of thirty and the product of ten times a number

Tickets to a new play at $5.00 for children and $8.00 for adults. If 255 tickets are sold and the revenue from ticket sales is $1815.00, how many children tickets were sold and how many adult tickets...

This is a bit of a strange and specific question, but I've been putting a lot of thought into this problem and can only find 8 totally unique combinations, while I thought there'd be 9. I hope I worded...

This is an 8th grade AM math practice question. It's: solving a number problem that can be represented by two linear equations in two variables.

Find: It, Vt, V1, V2, V3, R1, and R2 I1 = 2A I2 = 4A I3 = 6A R1 = ? R2 = ? R3 = 8 ohms

x/8 or 8/x

Determine whether the two variables are related in a way that might be described by a function. If the situation could be described as a function, then identify the independent and dependent...

Caroline baked 3 dozen oatmeal raisin cookies for the bake sale at school. This is one fourth the number of cookies she baked in all. How many dozens of cookies did she bake in all?

Margo spends 0.25 of her paycheck on a new dress,1/8 of her paycheck on shoes, and $24 on a birthday present. If she spent $60 altogether, how much was Margo’s paycheck?

if (x^2+2)= x^4+10x^2+4 what is f(x^2-2)

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Say if I would write out an equation such as '10 + WRITE = 0, find WRITE' is it possible to use a word as a variable instead of a letter? So WRITE is not broken down into 5 separate variables...

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