posted by Paragon on .
consider a triangle with vertices (a,b), (c,d), (e,f), with the area of the triangle b/2
a = area of an equilateral triangle with side length b
c = length of diagonal of a cube with side length b
a/c = the positive asymptote of the conic equation
d = volume of largest cube that can be contained in a sphere with a radius of a/2
e = c less than the product of a and b
what is the value of the sum of the possible values of f?
"a" cannot be a linear dimension, as in the coordinate (a,b), and at the same time be an area, as in "area of an equilateral triangle with side length b ". Also, an asymptote cannot be defined by a single number. The problem is flawed.
i have a question with my algebra hw about (7Xto the6*ytothe9)to the4/3xtothe 10*y to the 4
you is dumb if you don't know how to do this...