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algebra
Divide (6-3i) by (2+i) I would muliply numerator and denominator by 2-i. Then it becomes much easier.
January 18, 2007

algebra
Divide (3x^3-x^2+8x-9) by (x-1) Please help! I'll show you how this works out: 3x^2 + 2x + 10 x - 1 | 3x^3 - x^2 + 8x - 9 3x^3 - 3x^2 2x^2 + 8x 2x^2 - 2x 10x - 9 10x - 10 1 Remember when you subtract, you change the signs. This did not divide evenly, so you will have a ...
January 18, 2007

algebra
find F(2) for the polynomial shown below. F(x)=(x^4)-(2x^3)+(3x^2)-(10x+3'0 Substitute 2 for x in the polynomial to work this out. Be sure to watch your signs! I hope this will help.
January 17, 2007

algebra 2
can someone please explain synthetic division to me? It's just a specialized way to divide a polynomial by a linear factor using long division. I don't see the reason why anyone would want to learn this technique, because it's just long division. If you type "...
January 17, 2007

Algebra
The area of a square garden in square feet is 49x^2-14x+1. Find the dimensions of the garden in terms of x. FActor the quadratic:(7x-1)^2 Gee, a square. the dimensions are 7x-1 on each side. FActor the quadratic:(7x-1)^2 the dimensions are 7x-1 on each side. Thats a ...
January 9, 2007

algebra-Plz help
Posted by bailey on Monday, January 8, 2007 at 8:32pm. Posted by bailey on Monday, January 8, 2007 at 2:12pm. The area of a rectangular blanket in square centimetersis 40x^2+2x-65. The width is 4x-5cm^2. Find the dimensions of the blanket in terms of x. Can someone plz help ...
January 9, 2007

Algebra
Posted by bailey on Monday, January 8, 2007 at 2:12pm. The area of a rectangular blanket in square centimetersis 40x^2+2x-65. The width is 4x-5cm^2. Find the dimensions of the blanket in terms of x. Can someone plz help with this? Do you have any more information that you are ...
January 8, 2007

Algebra
The area of a rectangular blanket in square centimetersis 40x^2+2x-65. The width is 4x-5cm^2. Find the dimensions of the blanket in terms of x.
January 8, 2007

algebra help
My class is doing a unit on the "completing the square method" which is used to solve quadratic equations. I need help understanding this method. It's not making any sense right now! I have two problems and I need to figure out which number completes the square. ...
January 4, 2007

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