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July 29, 2014

July 29, 2014

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**math help plzzz**

the easy one first: 2(x+7)-4>5(x-3) 2x + 14 - 4 > 5x - 15 -3x > -25 x < 25/3 for the 1st, I don't know why you put brackets around the left side, since it serves no purpose did you mean 2/(5x) > 7 or (2/5)x > 7 I will assume the last case: mulitply both s...

**trig**

not enough information to make any distance calculations.

**HeLP MATH !!!!**

2.903t - 1.98 = 18 2.903t = 19.98 t = 6.88 years or 7 years from 2000 in the year 2007

**math**

how about cos 66° = 11.3/L L = 11.3/cos66 = appr 28 ft

**Math**

log7 49(3√(x^5) ) = log749 + log73 + log7 x^(5/2) = 2 + log7 3 + (5/2)log7 x it can't be evaluated unless you give me a value for x

**math**

You don't need an "angle of elevation formula" Just make a sketch and use your basic trig ratios I see it as tan Ø = 350/1000 = .35 Ø = appr 19.26°

**hectorr**

Why do you call this a fractional equation ? I see no fraction in the equation. 3[2x-(x+7)]=5(x-3) 3[x-7] = 5x - 15 3x - 21 = 5x - 15 -2x = 6 x = -3 check: if x = -3 LS = [3(-6 - 4] = 3[-10] = -30 RS = 5(-6) = -30 = LS my solution is correct.

**trig length**

Make a sketch to see that sin 69° = 603/L L = 603/sin69 = appr 562.95 m

**6th grade math**

a) let x=0 is 4(0) - 5 < 3 -5 < 3 ???, YES ... d) let x = 4 is 4(4) - 5 < 3 16 - 5 < 3 11 < 3 ??? , NO do the others the same way

**maths**

By the definition of logs loga b = c <------> a^c = b so if log10( (5x-1)/(x-2) ) = 2 , then 10^2 = ( (5x-1)/(x-2) )

**maths**

log(5x-1) = 2 + log(x-2) log(5x-1) - log(x-2) = 2 log ( (5x-1)/(x-2) ) = 2 (5x-1)/(x-2) = 10^2 = 100 100x - 200 = 5x-1 95x = 199 x = 199/95

**math**

since it is parallel it must look like this: 3x - 4y = c, that is, it will differ only in the constant plug in your given point, find c, and you are done

**math**

the only numbers divisible by 5 from 1 to 35 are 5,10,15,20,25,30, and 35 there are 7 of them prob of your stated event = 7/35 = 1/5

**geometry**

the arc-length can be found this way arc = rØ, where r is the radius and Ø is the angle in radians. 92/180 = Ø/π Ø = 92π/180 16 = r(92π/180 r = 16(180)/(92π) = appr 9.96 units check: 92° is very close to a right angle, so the...

**math**

correct

**math**

I assume you meant (x+2)/2 = 4/x multiply each side by 2x , (sometimes called cross-multiplying) x^2 + 2x = 8 x^2 + 2x - 8 = 0 (x+4)(x-2) = 0 x = -4 OR x = 2 , which is choice 2) (if the way they presented the answer used the word AND, they they are technically incorrect. x ca...

**Math - Personal Finance**

To use the formula for a series of payments, such as carpayments, and mortgages, the period of compounding and the period of payments must be the same. Yours has the interest compounded semi-annually, and the payments are monthly, which does not match up So we have to find the...

**math**

looks like tan Ø = 169/500 = .338 Ø= appr 19°

**Algebra 1**

dh/dt = -32t + 148 = 0 for a max of h 32t = 148 t = 148/32 = 4.625 when t = 4.625 h = -16(4.625)^2 + 148(4.625) + 3 0 = 372.25 looks like d

**Algebra**

I think you are referring to one of the alternate ways to represent a combination see: http://laurashears.info/math122/unit5/notation/ Steve found the value of each of your combinations, so just multiply them 84*15*3 = .......

**Geometry**

I will assume you meant (x + 6)^2 + (y + 4)^2 = 36 , ( notice how the exponent is shown ) which is a standard equation of a circle with centre at (-6,-2) and a radius of 6 units Just noticed that I answered the same question back in 2012 http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=13...

**Algebra 2**

I will assume that your light is parabolic and the bulb is placed at its focal point The standard form of the equation with vertex at the origin and focal point (p,0) is y^2 = 4px so you have a focal point of (6,0) then y^2 = 24x is our equation if the diameter is 36 inches, t...

**HELP!!!! MATH**

Did you make your sketch? If the depth is y you should see that h/24 = cos15° h = 24cos15 = appr 23 ft

**math**

number of participants --- x number passed first part = 7x/8 (failed = 1/8, so passed = 7/8) number who passed 2nd test = (2/7)(7x/8) = (1/4)x so 1/4 of the original passed the exam check: suppose 56 took the test so 49 passed of those (2/7)(49) or 14 passed 14/45 = 1/4

**math**

let the number of red marbles be x number of green marbles = (1/3)x = x/3 yellow marbles = 6x red : green : yellow = x : x/3 : 6x = 3x : x : 18x for a total of 24x so yellows would be 18x/24x = 3/4 of his collection

**geometric**

Next time you are near a big truck, you will notice that most of the trailers will have the notation 53' written along the side, showing that the standard length of the trailer is 53 feet. It asked for the customary way, so it is feet.

**calculus**

Wolfram amazes me more every day. http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=area+between+y%3D+ln%281-x%29+%2C+y%3D3+%2C+x%3D0 notice that Damon took horiontal slices, while Wolfram took vertical slices. Same result of course.

**math**

So the length of the base of the continuous rectangle = 10(2) + 10(4) = 60 inches so the distance around the whole thing = 2(60) + 2(3) = 126 inches

**trig**

make a sketch to see that sin10° = height/35 height = 35sin10 = appr 6.1 ft

**math**

Let the distance run by the dog be 7x m let the distance run by the cat be 4x m so 7x = 4x + 12 3x = 12 x = 4 So the dog has to run 7(4) or 28 m to catch the cat. check: In the same time that the dog ran 28 m , the cat ran 16 m but the cat had a 12 m head-start , giving us als...

**Algebra where did I go wrong**

Mark, the correct answer is 10 Please trust Damon.

**Algebra**

prob (2 yellow) = (6/15)(6/15) = 36/225 = 4/25 Since you are returning the first marble picked, the second probability is the same as the first one.

**Precalculus**

I followed your description ok. so we get: -8 + 2x + 15 = 9 2x = 2 x = 1 10 + 3x + 25 = 38 3x = 3 x = 1 , confirming our first answer 4 - 3x + 5 = y 4-3+5=y y = 6 So x = 1 , y = 6

**algebra**

let d be the number of DVD's rented 2d + 6 = 48 2d = 42 d = 21 If the customer borrows less than 21 DVD's the first plan is better If the customer borrows 21 DVD's s, the cost is the same If the customer borrows more than 21, the flat rate of $48 is best.

**math (last question #5) @Damon**

if c is 8y^2 - 10y + 3 , then yes.

**Math 8th gr.**

27 - (-9) (-2) ÷ 3 * (-4) - 0 - 33 - (-39) just follow the rule of operations ... 27 + 24 - 0 - 33 + 39 = 57

**MATH**

makes no sense. We don't know the distribution of boys to girls in the 12 middle schoolers.

**maths**

yes, what about it? The statement is true.

**math test**

Pacific = x Caribbean = x+32 Medi = 4x - 38 x+x+32+4x-38 = 828 you solve it, it is easy

**Calculus**

so one side is not needed. let the two width be x m let the one length be y m 2x + y = 1000 y = 1000 - 2x area = xy = x(1000-2x) =1000x - 2x^2 d(area)/dx = 1000 - 4x = 0 for a max of area 4x = 1000 x = 250 y = 1000-500 = 500 max area = xy = 250(500) = 125000 m^2

**Calculus**

dd/dt = 1200 - 72000t = 0 for a max 72000t = 1200 t = 1/60 d = 1200(1/60) - 36000(1/3600) = 10 m

**Algerbra 2**

ummhhh, value in 6 years = 118000(1.09)^6

**Algerbra 2**

value in 6 years = 118000(1.09)^6 = ....

**Algebra**

total = 2x+1 + 3x + x+2 = 6x + 3 prob red = (2x+1)/(6x+3) = (2x+1)/(3(2x+1) ) = 1/3

**math**

FF -- x DD -- y RR -- z x+y+z = 41.70 , #1 2x + z = 37.95 , #2 x+y = 26.75 , #3 #1 - #3" z = 14.95 sub into #2 2x + 14.95 = 37.95 2x = 23.00 x = 11.50 sub into #3 11.50 + y = 26.75 y = 15.25 FF costs 11.50 DD costs 15.25 RR costs 14.92

**Math**

your slope of -2/5 or -.4 for line AB is correct The slope of a line can be any real number, both positive and negative If the slope is positive the line leans to the right If the slope is negative the line leans to the left if the slope is zero, the line is horizontal.

**Precalculus**

Since you are given the slope and the y-intercept, the problem becomes a matter of just subbing in the values y = (5/8)x + 4

**Algebra**

19 P 2 = 19!/(19-2)! = 19(18)(17!)/(17! = 19(18) = 342 If by "if there is no r" you mean "if the value of r = 0" then 4P0 = 4!/(4-0)! = 1

**Algebra**

Damon, I think you forgot to divide by 7 before taking the square root. SD = √(80/7) = 3.3806 The amazing Wolfram supports this http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=standard+deviation+4%2C+8%2C+5%2C+12%2C+3%2C+9%2C+5%2C+2

**geometry**

So you need the length of the hypotenuse sin 13° = 186/x x = 186/sin13° = 826.8 ft

**algebra**

width --- x length -- 2x+4 x(2x + 4) = 400 2x^2 + 4x = 400 x^2 + 2x = 200 x^2 + 2x + 1 = 200 + 1 (x+1)^2 = 201 x+1 = ± √201 x = -1± √201 x = appr 13.18 cm or a negative, which we will reject The width is appr 13.2 and the length is appr 30.4

**math homework help**

PV = 125000(1.03)^-5 = $107,826.10

**Math: Linear Equation**

A linear equation of your type will produce a straight line when graphed. So all you need are 2 distinct points. Using the x and y intercepts are a quick and easy way to do this, after all the intercepts are just plain ol' points. Here is an easy way to do this: let x = 0 ...

**math**

distance = 7(55) miles = 385 miles number of gallons of gas = 385/30 = appr 12.8 or 13 gallons

**no**

3 undecillion http://www.thealmightyguru.com/Pointless/BigNumbers.html in scientific notation: 3.0 x 10^36 A rather large number, considering that the total number of grains of sands are estimated to be only about 7.5 x 10^18 and Carl Sagan claimed that there are more stars in...

**Math**

I even tried this to see the median answer http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=sort+19%2C+19%2C+14%2C+14%2C+16%2C+19%2C+19%2C+16%2C+16%2C+15%2C+17%2C+16%2C+17%2C+16%2C+15%2C+14%2C+15%2C+15%2C+17%2C+14%2C+16%2C+15

**Math**

Wow, I didn't know that Wolfram does even this stuff This wonderful webpage amazes me more all the time. http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=mean+19%2C+19%2C+14%2C+14%2C+16%2C+19%2C+19%2C+16%2C+16%2C+15%2C+17%2C+16%2C+17%2C+16%2C+15%2C+14%2C+15%2C+15%2C+17%2C+14%2C+16%2C+...

**statistics**

prog(right) = 1/5 prob(wrong) = 4/5 prob of your stated event is, getting none right --> C(12,0)(1/5)^0 (4/5)^12 = .0687 getting one right --> C(12,1) (1/5) (4/5)^11 = .20616 getting two right --> C12,2) (1/5)^2 (4/5)^10 = .2835 getting three right --> C(12,3) (1/5...

**Algebra**

z-score = (given value - mean)/sd -1.7 = (13 - 18.1)/sd -1.7sd = -5.1 sd = -5.1/-1.7 = 3

**Need help with pre cal hw**

1. I sketched a triangle, and noticed I could use the cosine law: R^2 = 8^2 + 6^2 - 2(8)(6)cos 50° = 38.2923... R = appr 6.189 km or use vectors first vector = (8cos30 , 8 sin 30) = (6.9282 , 4) 2nd vector = (6cos160, 6sin 160) = (-5.63815.. , 2.05212) sum = ( 1.29004.... ...

**math**

a reflection across the y-axis causes the x value to become opposite, while the y stays the same using your wording: (x,y) ----> (-x + 1, y - 2) A(1 , -3) ----> A' (0, -5) B(4 , -5) ----> B' (-3 , -7) C(3 , -1) ----> C' (-2 , -3) You should really have ...

** RE-TYPE**

Oh no, log6 is not a number, it is an operator. You can't factor out log6 (that would be doing something like √8 - √3 = (√)(8-3) ) You have to use your rules of logs. log6(x+3) - log6(x-5) = 2 log6 ( (x+3)/(x-5) ) = 2 which by definition is (x+3)/(x-5) = ...

**Calculus**

Oh no, 6 is not a number, it is an operator. You can't factor out 6 (that would be doing something like √8 - √3 = (√)(8-3) ) You have to use your rules of logs. 6(x+3) - 6(x-5) = 2 6 ( (x+3)/(x-5) ) = 2 which by definition is (x+3)/(x-5) = 6^2 = 36 36x - ...

**Calculus**

log5 16807^5 - log57^3 = log5A log5 (16807^5/7^3) = log5A A = 16807^5 / 7^3 = 49(16807)^4 = appr 3.91 x 10^18

**maths**

I strongly recommend that you mind your p's and q's

**Calculus**

The way you typed R(t), we have to read it as R(t) = 9/2.718 ( t(t-3)^3) then R' (t) = (9/2.718) [ t (3)(t-3)^2 + (t-3)^3 ] = (500/151)(t-3)^2 ( 3t + t-3) = (500/151)(4t - 3)(t-3)^2 How did the base of (t-3) suddenly turn into (t-4) ?

**algebra**

balance on home = .08(118,000) = $94,400 i = .095/12 = .00791666... n = 30(12) = 360 paym( 1 - 1.00791666..^-360)/.00791666.. = 94400 payment = $793.77

**algebra**

a) since 0% interest, the monthly payment would simply be 42500/60 = $708.33 b) I believe in the US , add-on-interest is done this way: amount to be financed = 42500-5100 = 37400 interest = 37400(.025)(5) = 4675.00 total of loan = 37400 + 4675 = 42075.00 monthly payment = 4207...

**math**

Unfortunately , the expression and measurement of time is not metric, so we have to make some changes. (similar to the US method of working in miles, yards, feet and inches) (14 hrs, 3 min)/3 = (13 hrs, 63 min)/3 = 4 1/3 hrs, 21 minutes = 4 hrs, 20 min , 20 min = 4 hrs and 41 ...

**math**

Does it fit the description I gave you? How about some thinking on your part after all your posts ?

**math**

in a reflection in the x-axis, all the x values stay the same, but the new y's become opposites of the old ones now, which matches that description.

**math**

prob(under 25) = .55 prob(over 25) = .45 prob (exactly 4 of 6 are under 25) = C(6,4) (.55)^4 (.45)^2 = .27795

**Math**

(-8x)(3x^2) = -24x^3

**math**

10 ---> 1 , looks like it went left 9 3 ---> 6 , looks like it went up 3

**math**

just evaluate y for the given x's and plot the points e.g , when x = -2 y = (1/3)(2) - 2 = 2/3 - 2 = -4/3 ------> so you have the point (-2, - 4/3

**math**

Actually I just noticed your equation is not quite clear. is the exponent 3 ? then you would have written it as y = 2x^3 or did you forget to type the exponent ? It would be highly unusual for a text to put the + sign in front of the exponent like you typed it.

**math**

evaluate the y for the given x's, then plot the points. Join them with a smooth curve. You will get a parabola

**Math**

Assuming your ã is √ #3 , the -11√8 becomes -22√2 the rest are correct

**alegbra/stressed**

in each case you divide the rate by the annual compounding frequence, and multiply the years by that annual compouding frequency e.g. if compounded quarterly, the annual compounding frequencey is 4 I will do that one, you try the others. 6.9 %> compounded quarterly i = .069...

**Math**

I think we should use compound interest here. i = .09/12 = .0075 let the payment be p p( 1 - 1.0075^-36)/.0075 = 100000 p = $3179.97

**Chemistry, not Math**

label your problem using the right subject

**math**

for the 1st pair, since you know what y is , just plug that value into the first equation and solve for x #2: 3x - 14y = 0 x - 4y + 1 = 0 3x - 14y = 0 multiply the 2nd by 3 3x - 12y = -3 subtract them -2y = 3 y = -3/2 sub into x - 4y = -1 x - 4(-3/2) = -1 x + 6 = -1 x = -7 x =...

**math**

4(2x-9)-4x= 4-6x 8x - 36 - 4x = 4 - 6x 10x = 40 x = 4 16y plus 4 =-10 16y + 4 = -10 Does your keyboard not have a + sign? 16y = -14 y = -14/16 = -7/8

**Math**

it is called a subscript it is not an actual mathematical operator, but instead is an indicator. e.g. you often see it to label two points (x1 , y1) and (x2 , y2) to state that you have two points of the form (x,y) but the x's and y's are different e.g. if you have two...

**maths**

What does "works up to" mean in mathematics ????

**Math**

942!/(15n) = 942x941x940x939x938!/(15n) = 942(941)(188)(313)(938!)/n I divided by 5 and by 3 leaving the division by n

**Math**

multiply top and bottom by √6 + √3 (2 √ 6 + √ 3)/ ( √ 6- √ 3) * (√6 + √3)/(√6 + √3) = ( 12 + 3√18 + 3)/(6-3) = (15 + 9√3)/3 = 5 + 3√2

**Calc Help Please Again Last one!**

I will split it up for you ... (6x-58)/( (x+9)(x-7) ) let A/(x+9) + B/(x-7) = (6x-58)/( (x+9)(x-7) ) A(x-7) + B(x+9) = 6x - 58 let x = 7 0 + 16B = -16 B = -1 let x = -9 -16A + 0 = -112 A = -7 so .... (6x-58)/( (x+9)(x-7) ) = -7/(x+9) - 1/(x-7) now it integrates easily using ln...

**Calc Help Please Again!**

can't tell if your equation is y = e^(x+4) or y = e^x + 4 , why is there a 1 in front of the x ?

**Calc Help Please**

I got (1/4) (ln(x-2) - ln(x+2) ) + c how did your x-2 from the original denominator turn into 2-x) I used partial fractions

**Geometry**

make a sketch to see that height/36 = tan 25° height = 36tan25 = appr 16.8 ft

**Algebra**

yes

**alegbra**

my equation, (very close to yours) 225500 = PV e^(8.4246575(.0855)) 225500 = PV e^(.720308219) , now press 2nd ln 225500 = PV (2.055066524) PV = 109,728.81 I let the calculator carry all the decimal places and only rounded off my final answer to the nearest cent. You were off ...

**math**

distance = √( (-3-8)^2 + (-10+10)^2) = √(121 +0) = √121 = 11 We can see this without any calculation. Since the x values are the same for both points, the line is a vertical one. So all we have to do is take the difference between -3 and 8 , which is 11

**math**

number of $5 tickets --- x number of $10 tickets --- y number of $15 tickets ---- 180-x-y x + (180-x-y) = 2y x + 180 - x - y = 2y 180=3y y = 60 income equation: 5x + 10y + 15(180-x-y) = 1900 5x + 600 + 15(120-x) = 1900 5x - 15x + 600 + 1800 = 1900 -10x = -500 x = 50 x=50 y=60 ...

**math(compound interest )**

What you wanted as an equation is ... [ x( 1 + .1/360)^20 - 600 ](1+.1/360)^108 = 8900 x(1+.1/360)^20(1+.1/360)^108 - 600(1+.1/360)^108 = 8900 x((1.00557024)((1.03045024) - 618.2701442 = 8900 x(1.036190095 = 9518.270144 x = 9185.83

**math trigonometry**

I don't understand your question. Are we looking at two different equations ? Are we solving 10 sec Ø + 13sinØ = 0 and 5tan Ø - 12 = 0 ???? or .... ? is (0,90°) the domain?

**Algebra 1**

first equation: -2x - 2y = 4 ----> x+y = -2 2nd equation: 2y = -2x - 4 2x + 2y = -4 x + y = -2 looks like they are the same line, so you have one line any ordered pair that works in one of them, will work in the other. There will be an infinite number of solutions.

**Math-- Ms. Sue??**

#1 , wrong. If you plot your points you will see that it is (8,5) notice that now two pairs of points have the same x , making the lines vertical, and 2 pairs of points have the same y, making the horizontal. #2, ok #3, ok #4, your answer: (5,-4) and (-2,1) -- slope = (1-(-4))...

**Math**

prob(brown, then violet) = (8/16)(1/16) = 1/32

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