another algebra question
Here's another thing I must solve: For each graph of a function, determine these things: a. f(1) b. domain c. any x-values for f(x)=2 d. range I can't put the graphs I need up here, but is anyone able to explain how you would find these things? Thank you so much!
Right now we are learning about functions, relations, etc. and I am kind of confused. Here is what I have to answer: Determine whether each of the following is a function. Identify any relations that are not functions. Domain A set of avenues Correspondence An intersecting roa...
I remember doing this last year, so I'll try to tell you as much as I can remember. My teacher told us last year to start of thinking of it like an equation. Pretend the greater or less than sign is a equals sign. For #1, add 8 to both sides, like you would with an equatio...
Hmmm... it can be anything? I got one: A Super Terrific... and then you can think of anything that starts with a c that you would want to put there, like a cat or a cloak or something. Just try to keep one thinking of funny topics. The A, S, and T could all be adjectives. Or, ...
Thank you, Sra. I actually did find the site (ESL Desk), but thank you for the link, anyway! The link you gave me actually has better ones than the one I was thinking of. Thanks for your help!
That could possibly work. Thanks! :)
Does anyone know a link to a site that has a list of adjectives starting with the different letters of the alphabet? I have used one before, but I forget its name. I need an adjective that starts with "s," to go with sisters who don't get a long. My title will be...
Ummm... I did graph them, and why would it be (-5, -3)? That would make the square... slightly diagonal, wouldn't it. I said -4 because that is directly below 4.
Here is my question: If (2, -3) and (-5, 4 are the endpoints of a diagonal of a square, what are the coordinates of the other two vertices? I got (2,3) and (-5,-4). But the other question was: What is the area of the square? How would you find this? Do you just count the numbe...
What you can do is make proportions. Do: 3/50 = 14/x Then, multiply 50 by 14 and divide by 3. So, yes, the answer is 233 and 1/3 Hope I helped!
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