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July 22, 2014

Posts by Gabs


Total # Posts: 27

partial fractions
(7x^2-16)/(x^2-2x) solve by using partial fraction decomposition. i cant figure out how to do this because after i split up the bottom the A and B dont end up having an x^2 in order to equal the numerator of the original fraction. so confused!

pre calc
Find the values of b such that the system has one solution. x^2 + y^2 = 36 y= x+b and then they give me an answer box b=_________ (smaller value) b=_________ (larger value) i have absolutely no idea how to even begin this and what they are asking. could some please help and ex...

PRE CALC
yes but i still dont get the answer!!!

PRE CALC
Use matrices to solve the system. (If the system has infinitely many solutions, express your answer in terms of c, where x = x(c), y = y(c), and z = c. If the system has no solution, enter NONE for each answer.) 5x+2y-z=2 x-2y+2z= -1 3y+z= -17 ive done tons of these but this o...

pre calc
Find an equation of the cubic polynomial f(x) = ax3 + bx2 + cx + d that passes through the given points. P(0,-4) Q(1,-8) R(-1,-8) S(2,-2) Ive tried this every which way and i cant seem to get any of these..i know your supposed to plug it in and all but its just not working for...

pre calc
A polynomial f(x) with real coefficients and leading coefficient 1 has zeros 6 + 4i, -5 + i and degree 4. Express f(x) as a product of quadratic polynomials with real coefficients that are irreducible over R. ive done this problem every which way i could. specifically i unders...

Geometry
The midpoint of line AB has coordinates of (5,-1). If the coordinates of A are (2,-3), what are the coordinates of B? Any help is appreciated!

math
atlanta-86 chicago-80 duluth-62 fargo-66 miamai-86 omaha-71 san diego-75 san fransisco-68 which best describes the data? a-the temperatures vary by 23degrees b-the interquartile range is 15degrees i got b but my teacher said it was wrong can you pleaser explain?

cook
thank you!

cook
5 oz (150g) Butter - softened 5 oz (150g) superfine (castor) sugar 6 oz (175g) self-raising flour Can you please help me convert this recipe to cups or tablespoons(ect.)

art history
I'm writing a paper on Masaccio the artist. I know one of his techniques was fresco, what would be some more? I rather not have links unless they are directly to the help I need. Thanx!!!!

world history
thank you very much

world history
also could u guys give me a website to go to help me with this cause i have other countries i have to look up too

world history
During caesar's rule, was italy affected?..and was italy even known around that time, like did they trade alot with other countries in the roman empire

algebra 2
i got 5(w-3)(w-4)...that i totally understand...now i put 5=0 w-3=0 and w-4=0...hmm...i see wat i did now..one last question wat do i do with the 5=0?

algebra 2
i got 5(w^2-7w+12)=0...is that right?..and then do i factor the middle?...but when i did i get 3 answers

algebra 2
how do u factor 5w^2-35w+60=0 if u could...can y plz explain it..i keep getting 3 ansers instead of 2

algebra 2
omg thnx

algebra 2
suppose g(x)=1/2x-1. Find each value. then i have to plug in 3g(4). I know the answer i just need to know how to get to it....plz help!

english-antigone play
1.What two countries in the ancient world had a city named thebes? 2.What is the delphic oracle?

algebra 2
[=absolute value [-2x+1]>2 ok im doin inequalities and the only thing i dont get is if i take the absolute value off the -2x+1 goes to 2x+1 right?

math
all u do is 42x2 which is 84. then u subtract 84 from 108 and divide it by 2. the width is 12.

algebra 2
45mi/h

algebra 2
two buses leave housten at the same time and travel in opposite directions. one buse averages 55mi/h and the other 4.5mi/h. when will they be 400 mi apart. this probably is the easiest thing..and also could u write it out for me so when i do it i can actually get it...thnx

algebra2
so it stays the same?

algebra2
if -c is over b-c then do the two c's cancel or sumthin?

algebra 2
because x=3 is not a function because it does not pass the vertical line test...;hope it helped!

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