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# Posts by Feliz

Total # Posts: 20

math
We multiply 1/5 times 40 as step 1. (1/5)(40) = 8 We now subtract the product 8 from 40. So, 40 - 8 = 32. The answer is 32.
March 19, 2012

Algebra 2
Factor 12^2 - 3 Factor out 3. 3(4^2 - 1)
March 19, 2012

math
Yes, you are right so far. 7 - 2x < 3x + 32 Treat it like a regular equation question. Combine like terms and solve for x. 7 - 32 = 2x + 3x -25 = 5x -25/5 = x -5 = x Checking: 7 - 2x < 3x + 32 7 - 2(-5) < 3(-5) + 32 7 + 10 < -15 + 32 17 < 17....This is not true...
January 4, 2010

algebra
Yes, you are right so far. 7 - 2x < 3x + 32 Treat it like a regular equation question. Combine like terms and solve for x. 7 - 32 = 2x + 3x -25 = 5x -25/5 = x -5 = x Checking: 7 - 2x < 3x + 32 7 - 2(-5) < 3(-5) + 32 7 + 10 < -15 + 32 17 < 17....This is not true...
January 4, 2010

math
At most is represented by using the symbol ¡Ü, which stands for less than or equal to. We can use any letter to represent the average weight for each person. I will use W. 800 ¡Ü 4 times W and 60 pounds of supplies 800 ¡Ü 4W + 60 800 - 60 &...
January 4, 2010

Math
The rate is the percent. So, if all you have to know is the definition of rate as given in your statement, then the rate is 15%.
October 23, 2008

math
Do you want the numbers given to be placed in order from least to greatest or vice-versa? Otherwise, this question makes no sense.
October 22, 2008

math
How is this question related to math in any way?
October 22, 2008

math
Do you have a calculator? Use your calculator.
October 22, 2008

math
What do you mean to simplify? There is nothing to simplify here. Do you want the integers given to be placed in order from least to greatest or greatest to least? That's about the only thing you can in this case. Get back to me.
October 22, 2008

math
Set up a proportion and solve for a letter of choice. I will let w = weight for 3.75 gallons of water since we are searching for weight. So, w = weight we are searching for. 1 gallon/3.75 gallons = 8.34 weights/w Cross-multiply to find w. w = 8.34 times 3.75 w = 31.275 IBS Is ...
October 22, 2008

algebra
Do you have a sample question for us to help you with? If you do not post your question, no one will respond. So, where is your math question?
October 21, 2008

Algebra1
We can also write y = x as f(x) = x because f(x) = y and vice-versa since both represent a function. In your case, y = x is a linear function because it forms a LINE PICTURE when graphed on the xy-plane. The line y = x goes through the origin or this point (0,0) from the first...
October 21, 2008

math
Exponential form is a fucntion or equation that has a variable in the exponent location. Here are 2 samples of exponential functions: y = 3^t f(x) = 20 + 5^m Notice that each function above has a variable (or letter) exponent.
October 21, 2008

math
To find the next number, subtract the smaller number from the bigger number. I will show you with the first-two questions. Continue a pattern: 1; 10; __; __; __; 10 - 1 = 9. The pattern is 9 more than the previous term. 10 + 9 = 19 19 + 9 = 28 28 + 9 = 37 Here is the entire ...
October 21, 2008

Math
Does your teacher want you to simplify using a calculator or to simplify without using a calculator? Get back to us and we'll take it from there.
October 21, 2008

College Algebra
4x^2 = 8x-5 You must bring every term to one side of the equation. I would bring 8x - 5 to the left side. Don't forget change the sign of each term when crossing the equal sign. We now have this: 4x^2 -8x + 5 = 0 This is called a quadratic equation. The exponent of 2 gives...
October 21, 2008

College Algebra
Find the amount of tax for a single taxpayer with taxable income of \$40,000. Let x = 40,000 in the expression and simplify. 4420 + 0.25 (40,000 - 30,650) 4420 + 0.25(9350) 4420 + 2337.5 = \$6757.5...assuming that you placed your parentheses correctly in the expression above...
October 14, 2008

Where Are the Figures?
What figures? Where are your figures? If you are searching for the circumference of a circle(s), then why did you give us the area 3.75ft^2? Please, rewrite or clear this question. I will then be able to help you.
October 8, 2008

math
After reading all of this stuff, what is your question? Are you searching for a function?
September 27, 2008

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