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April 16, 2014

April 16, 2014

Total # Posts: 60

**Math**

6,12,24,48,96...... How can you define the nth term

**Math precalculus**

Write an equation for the hyperbola with center(0,-5); asymptotes y=+_ (19 square root6x)-5 , conjugate axis length of 12 units (+ or -square root of 19 times x divided by 6 )-5

**Math, precalculus**

Write an equation for the hyperbola with vertices (7,5),(-5,5); foci (11,5),(-9,5)

**Alegbra**

Adding both the equations, we get 2y= 6 Dividing both sides with 2 , y= 3 Plugging y=3 in the second equation, we get x = 2

**Math**

Given f(x)= (x-4)^2-1 What is the vertex of the graph of this function

**Math**

1^2 + 0 = 1 2^2 + 1 = 5 3^2 + 2 = 11 4^2 + 3 = 19 5^2 + 4 = 29

**Math**

30 c 4

**Math help**

First find the slope of the line using the formula y2-y1/x2-x1 and coordinates (-2,-1)and(2,-3) you will get slope = -2/4 which is equal to -1/2.Slope of a line that is perpendicular to a given line is negative reciprocal. So slope of the line 2

**Math**

B 165 cubic units. Volume of the rectangular prism is l*w*h

**math**

I don't think the question is complete.Please repost it with complete details

**Math**

Square both sides,you will have x+1= 5x-9. I guess you can solve from here,which leads to x=5/2

**math**

What is the difference between the number of possible answers on a five question true-false test and a five -question multiple choice test withfour choices per question

**Math**

A gerbil in a maze has 6 places at which to turn left or right.How many different ways can the gerbil get through the maze?

**Math**

A gerbil in a maze has 6 places at which to turn left or right.How many different ways can the gerbil get through the maze?

**Math**

I know difference means subtraction.Also you wrote everything that is given.If you know please show me the work

**Math**

What is the difference between the number of possible answers on a five question true-false test and a five -question multiple choice test withfour choices per question

**Math**

What is the difference between the number of possible answers on a five question true-false test and a five -question multiple choice test withfour choices per question

**Math**

A man is cutting a board that is 6 3/4 ft into pieces that are 8 inches each.He will make as many as 8 inch boards as he can.How much wood will be remaining from the original piece when the man finishes cutting?

**Math**

Each costume requires 2 2/3(two and twothirds) of fabric.Mrs Joy has 18 1/2yds of fabric.How many costumes can she complete.

**Math**

In the first quarter of a football game ,a quarterback threw for 25 yds and was sacked for -36 yds.What was the quarterback's total yardage for the first quarter?

**algebra**

164= x-59 to solve for x we need to get rid of 59 Add 59 on both sides x=223

**College Algebra**

1.10x^2+15x-4x-6 b should be split in such a way that the product is equal to ac and the sum should be equal to b. 5x(2x+3)-2(2x+3) (2x+3)(5x-2) a 2.Find the LCM (18s+9)/4s^2 c 3.[(2a/3)^3]^4/3 both 3 s get cancelled and we have 16a^4/81 c 4. Problem is not clear regarding pow...

**URGENT Chemistry Question!**

7 is neutral while any thing less than 7 is acidic including 6.9 is acidic. Anything more than 7.1 is basic

**math**

12/4= x/15 X= 45

**find the LCM**

6bc

**Math**

No of blue beads/ total number of beads 10/78

**math**

That is standard form, did you mean scientific form?

**math**

Distance = speed multiplied by time

**Math**

5c0a^5 + 5c1a^4b + 5c2 a^3 b^2 + 5c3 a^2b^3 + 5c4ab^4 + 5c5b^5 5c0= 1= 5c5. . 5c1= 5 = 5c4 5c2= 10 5c3= 10 Plugging in these values, a^5+ 5a^4b+ 10a^3b^2 + 10a^2b^3 + 5ab^4 + b^5

**science**

V= 330m/s Wavelength= .009m Frequency= 330/.009 hz

**Math**

For the first part,the question is incomplete. Part2Foreign mammals = total-Animals in US 256 Ratio is 256:325

**Math**

State the number of complex roots,possible number of real roots and possible rational roots for x^5 - x^3 - 11x^2+ 9x+18=0

**math**

You can either find the LCM for all the three fractions or you can convert them to decimal to find the least to greatest. Hope you got it

**algebra**

Assume Friday's age = x Fred's age = 3x 3x+x= 68 4x= 68 x=17 Fred's age = 3*17= 51

**math**

Yes,you are right

**Math**

Factor this a^2b^2 -ab^3+16b^4

**Math**

Plug in x=-5 You get 25+3 = 28

**Math emergancy**

for each fraction multiply with the same number NR and DR for 9/12 18/24,3/4,27/36 Continue for all the fractions

**math**

(x+4)(3x^2-11x+6) You need to factorise 3x^2-11x+6 .Sum of the numbers should be equal to -11x and product should be equal to 18x^2.It is -9x and -2x (x+4)(3x^2-9x-2x+6) (x+4)[(3x(x-3)-2(x-3)] (x+4)(3x-2)(x-3)

**algebra**

Set up a proportionality 15/25=x/85 original/shadow for each x=51 ft

**maths --plse help me..**

9cows + 18goats = 9000 Divide the whole equation with 3 3cows + 6goats = 3000

**math**

m+m+m-5=3.23 3m=8.23 m= 8.23/3

**Math**

18*3/9=6

**Math**

One student studied for 8 years in college and her tuition bills are recorded. Years. One semester tuition 1. 4680 2. 4960 3. 5510 4. 6060 5. 6845 6. 7600 7. 8435 8. 9250 Construct the scatter plot for the data with the scales.choose 3 points,find a quadratic equation in stand...

**Math**

The sluggers were up to bat in the bottom of 9 th inning.theo slam was up to bat. As he hit the ball toward left field, it rose from 3 to 10 to 50 feet as the horizontal distance from home plate increased from 0 to 2 to 14 feet. Assume that the vertical distance varies quadrat...

**8th Grade Science**

Fe is Iron O2 is oxygen Fe3O4 is Iron Oxide or Ferrous ferric oxide

**math**

multiply 2.45 with 10 and youget 24.50

**comparing fractions**

let us have a common denominator so multiply both NR and DR of 3/8 fraction with 2 It becomes 6/16 Now compare the NRs of both fractions and we can say 15/16 is bigger

**Science- Chemistry**

Zn Metallic bond Propane Covalent bond Calcium Carbonate:Both Ionic and Covalent bond

**Math**

Let the number of girls be x Then boys = x+4 Total number of students= 40= x+x+4 2x+4=40 2x= 36 x= 18 number of girls= 18

**math**

Show that -1/2+ 1/2(i3 root) is a cube root of 1

**MATH**

You did not write the scale on the top...so please write the question completely

**math**

Speed= distance/time 495/9=55 miles/hr

**maths**

Since it is APthe difference of 3x+6 and 2x+p is equal to the difference of 2x+p and x So 3x+6 -(2x+ p)= 2x+p-x 3 x+6-2x-p= x+ p X+6-p= x+p Canceling x on both sides and bringing ps to one side we will have 2p= 6 P=3

**maths**

We have the formula a+(n-1)d=nth term Where a is the 1st term ,d is the difference and n is the nth term So1st term= a 2nd term= (a+1)d 3rd term= (a+2)d 5th term=(a+4)d Adding ad+2d+ad+ 4d= 38 2ad+ 6d= 38 In the same way 7th term=(a+6)d 10th term=(a+9)d Adding these 2ad+15d=8...

**Math**

It's a rectangular garden and the fence is on 4 sides,my question is how does graph help

**Math**

It's a rectangular garden,on all 4 sides,and how does a graph solve the problem?

**Math**

A gardener is putting a fence along the edge of his garden. If he has 20 m of fence , what is the largest area he can enclose? How can a graph solve the problem? What quadratic equation represents the area of the garden?

**math**

7000 babies

**Math 8th Grade - Ms. Sue please**

E is the point of intersection of AC and BD.so AC=58 ft which is AE+CE=32+26= 58. Now we have 2 triangles ACB and ACD. Area of triangle ACB= base.height/2 58 times12/2=348 ftsquare Area of triangle ACD=58 times 26/2=754 square ft To find the area of the quadrilateral ,we add t...

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