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Math(PLEASE HELP ME ASAP)
22.50 * 1.15 = 25.875

Math(PLEASE HELP ME ASAP)
well, how did you figure it out?

Math
well, the base has area 132/11 = 12 so ...

Calculus
(a) c = 13(4x+y+4x+y) + 5(3y) = 112x+41y (c) xy=9, so y=9/x, and c(x) = 112x + 369/x now find x where dc/dx = 0

Math
huh? Just solve (75+x)(225-5x) = 16000 x = 5 so, ...

Precalculus
a) ok b) The average cost is the cost per unit, or c?(x) = c(x)/x So, c?(x) = 0.02x + 0.5 + 40/x The marginal average cost is thus c?'(x) = 0.02 - 40/x^2

Algebra - rats
I see other typos. The final answer is correct, but let me just do it right: Since the vertex and focus both lie on the line x = -2, the axis of symmetry is vertical, meaning the equation is (x-h)^2 = 4p(y-k) Since the focus above the vertex, p is positive. You know that the ...

Algebra - typo
As you noticed, the axis is vertical, on he line x = -2

Algebra
Since the vertex and focus both lie on the line x = =2, the axis of symmetry is horizontal, meaning the equation is (x-h)^2 = 4p(y-k) Since the focus above the vertex, p is positive. You know that the parabola x^2 = 4py has the vertex at a distance p from the focus. Here, that...

Math, Algebra
If you drop an altitude to the center of the base, then looking from the side you have a right triangle with legs 4 and 22. So, the hypotenuse of the triangle (the slant height of the pyramid, and the altitude of each triangular face) is h = ?(4^2+22^2) = ?500 = 10?5 That ...

MAth help connexus
c - review the section on functions, esp. the vertical line test.

math - trigonometry
one walks on a heading, not a bearing. a) Note that angle Q is 90 degrees, so you have a right triangle. Easy... b) This is the correct use of "bearing." If the bearing is x, then tan(x+25) = 18.7/11.4 A diagram will show you why.

Math Measurment unit test
1. A = bh 2. A = bh/2, so looks good.

math
2/s = 1/4 + 1/5

math
well, the volume of water flowing in every second is 1.2cm * 350cm/s = 420 cm^3/s Now divide the volume of the tank by the inflow rate to get the time (in seconds)

calculus
The 13 is just a scale factor, and has no bearing. You know that ? ? 1/10^n = 0.11111111 = 1/9 n=1

Maths
If the 5th is 4 times the 3rd, then r=2 a+ar = -4 a+2a = -4 a = -4/3 now take it from there.

math
Let the man run to point P, which is x meters upstream from the line AB. He swims across, being swept y meters downstream, and then runs to B. We know that he is in the water for d/(v/3) = 3d/v seconds, so y = 3d/v * v = 3d. His path is thus ?(d^2+x^2) meters on land, d meters...

math
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math
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math

math
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math
before: AFc after: cAF

math
c-bar ̅

Math
well, the last digit is 5 start there.

Physical science
2Na + 2H2O = 2NaOH + H2 now just multiply everything by 3/2

Math
y = x-12

Math
write them as 4x-6y = -48 x+6y = 18 add them together and you get 5x = -30 ...

chem
assuming a constant temperature, PV = kT is constant. So, you want P such that P*2.94 = 0.988*3.35

Math
y = 1+2x 3x+(1+2x) = 11 ...

chem
assuming a constant temperature, PV = kT is constant. So, with 5/4 the pressure, you get 4/5 the volume

Math
square both sides write cos^2 = 1-sin^2 Then you have a quadratic in sinx

physic
how long does it take to fall 160m? The horizontal speed does not affect that. 4.9t^2 = 160 Now, the horizontal speed does not change, so the body travels 20t meters

Math1
You want t years, where 2100(0.95)^t = 600 0.95^t = 2/7 t = log(2/7)/log(0.95) = 24.42

Pre-cac
well, even without completing the square, you know the vertex is at x = -b/2a = 3/2a So, a(3/(2a))^2 - 3(3/(2a)) + 5 = 15 5 - 9/(4a) = 15 a = -9/40 But, in the spirit of completing the square, ax^2-3x+5 = a(x^2 - 3/a) + 5 = a(x^2 - 3/a + (3/2a)^2) + 5 - a(3/2a)^2 = a(x - 3/2a...

Maths
4000*1.015^2 = 4120.90

Math
a. correct b. The volume with the cuts made and the sides folded up is v = (12-2x)(18-2x)x = 4x^3-60x^2+216x If you have calculus, then dv/dx = 12(x^2-10x+18) dv/dx=0 when x=5-?7 ? 2.35 If no calculus, then a graphical or numeric method is needed.

Math
(x,y)-> (x-4,y+1) is correct. But you still botched it: (-3,1) -> (-3-4,1+1) = (-7,2) + means ADD: 1+1 = 2, not 0! same for subtracting: -3-4 = -7 -3+4 = 1 -1 is just plain bogus, man.

Math
left 4 means subtract. as you said, up 1 means add. But even if your translation were correct, you did not do the math right 1+1 ? -2 Try again. You're getting the +'s and -'s mixed up some.

Math
naturally, we can see no graphs here. What are your choices for the others?

Math
(a) trés simples, non? (b) 2x cosy - x^2 siny y' - cosy y' = 0 y' = (2x cosy)/(cosy + x^2 siny) So, at (0,?), y'=0 (c) so, the tangent is a horizontal line, and the normal is a vertical line through (0,?).

Pre-calculus
I will assume a typo, and work with x^2+10x+4y+9 = 0 That may not be what you had in mind, but you can follow the method using your corrected equation. x^2+10x+4y+9 = 0 4y = -x^2-10x-9 y = -1/4 x^2 - 5/2 x - 9/4

Math 120
6+2 + 2 (conversion+safety) 6+1 + 3 6+2+2 (two safeties) 3+3+2+2 2+2+2+2+2

math
the nice thing about Ø is that Ø-1 = 1/Ø

math
sinx = cos^2x sinx = 1-sin^2x sin^2x + sinx - 1 = 0 now solve for sinx, and pick the positive solution.

Calculus - Newton's Method
well, f'(x) = 1-sinx So plug that into Newton's method. Here is a nice web site: http://keisan.casio.com/exec/system/1244946907

calculus
you will need to use integration by parts, twice. 1st step: u = t^2 dv=sin(2t) dt du = 2t dt v = -1/2 cos(2t) That makes the first integration by parts: ?u dv = uv - ?v du ?t^2 sin(2t) dt = -1/2 t^2 cos(2t) + ?t cos(2t) dt Then repeat, letting u = t dv = cos(2t) dt You should ...

Calculus
I suspect a typo, since what you have written is just f(x) = x/(x+x^2) = 1/(1+x) f' = -1/(1+x)^2 f" = 2/(1+x)^3 Anyway, fix that, find f", and recall that f"=0 means an inflection point f" > 0 means concave up f" < 0 means concave down

calculus
use integration by parts. That is just the product rule in reverse. d(uv) = u dv + v du u dv = d(uv) - v du ?u dv = ?d(uv) - ?v du ?u dv = uv - ?v du So, here we just let u = (lnx)^2 dv = dx du = 2lnx * 1/x dx = (2lnx)/x v = x ?(lnx)^2 dx = x(lnx)^2 - ?2lnx dx Now repeat, this...

math
x >= 15000/12 = 1250 So, consider how long a ride might take, and how long the park is open each day.

math
5 divides evenly any multiple of 5. Not sure what you mean by "5 divide into equaly" [sic]

Help please I am lost, algebra
if g(14) = -6, then that means you have the point (14,-6) on the graph. Using the point-slope form, then, you get y+6 = -5/4 (x-14) Now massage that to the slope-intercept form: y+6 = -5/14 x + 35/2 y = -5/14 x + 23/2

Math
The first model is linear because the changes are constant. In fact, y = x/2 - 1 For the second, check the differences: 1st: 5.1, 20.4, 81.6, 326.4 2nd: 15.3, 61.2, 244.8 If t were quadratic, the 2nd differences would be constant. Since they are also growing rapidly, you ...

Functions, please help
2700x+21000 = 83400 just solve for x 2010 is 7 years after 2003, so just plug in x=7 for P(x)

Physics
Let the man run to point P, which is x meters upstream from the line AB. He swims across, being swept y meters downstream, and then runs to B. We know that he is in the water for d/(v/3) = 3d/v seconds, so y = 3d/v * v = 3d. His path is thus ?(d^2+x^2) meters on land, d meters...

Physics
Let the man run to point P, which is x meters upstream from the line AB. He swims across, being swept y meters downstream, and then runs to B. We know that he is in the water for d/(v/3) = 3d/v seconds, so y = 3d/v * v = 3d. His path is thus ?(d^2+x^2) meters on land, d meters...

Math
p(red) = (#red)/(#total)

Math
start with 7.2 Since 10^0, that is just 7.2x10^0 Now, lowering the power of 10 moves the decimal place to the left, so 7.2x10^0 = 7.2 7.2x10^-1 = 0.72 7.2x10^-2 = 0.072 and so on The number of leading zeroes after the decimal point is 1 less than the negative power of 10.

Calculus
every polynomial is continuous and differentiable everywhere. At the midpoint, x = (a+b)/2 f'(x) = 2?x+? So, show that f'((a+b)/2) = (f(b)-f(a)/(b-a)

calculus
One way: Theorem of Pappas If the edge goes from (0,0) to (0,1), then the center is at (?3/2,?3/2). The area of the hexagon is 3?3/2. The radius of rotation is ?3/2, so its path has length ??3. So, the volume of the solid is ??3 * 3?3/2 = 9?/2 Another way: calculus. Using ...

Maths
I worked it out, and also got a 4th-degree equation in x. So what? Just solve it for x using whatever method works best. I did get z=x rather than z = -2x, but maybe I made a mistake.

math
A10-A7 = 3d = 15 Now you know d, so you can get a, and then the terms.

Math1
2^24 - 1

algebra 1
well, did you check it? -16*36 + 46*6 + 6 = -294 So, stop guessing and do the math! h = -2(8t^2-23t-3) = -2(8t+1)(t-3) So now what do you think?

calculus review please help!
#1 ?[0,4] arcsin(x/4) dx = 2?-4 To do this one, let x = 4sin(u) arcsin(x/4) = arcsin(sin(u)) = u dx = 4cos(u) du Now you have ?[0,4] 4u cos(u) du That you can easily do using integration by parts. Note that in changing variables, ?[0,4] f(x) dx = ?[0,?/2] g(u) du #2 Using ...

Math
x(?/4) = ?2 y(?/4) = 1 dy/dx = (dy/dt)/(dx/dt) = sec^2(t)/(sect tant) = sect/tant = csc t so at t=?/4, y' = ?2 and the tangent line is y-1 = ?2 (x-?2) y = ?2 x - 1 Note that x^2 = 1+y^2. So, to check the graphs, see http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=plot+x%5E2-y%5E2%3D1...

Precalculus
|x| is a tricky one, since it changes at x=0. Consider it a |x| = ?x^2. Then, using the chain rule, d/dx ?x^2 = 2x/(2?(x^2)) = x/|x| Note that this correctly captures the change of slope at x=0. d/dx[5(x^2 + 3|x|)] = 5(2x + 3x/|x|) Also, the function is not differentiable at x=0.

Math
you don't say whether the radius, diameter, circumference is 28. Anyway, just plug in the formula: A = ?r^2

maths
remember the 3-4-5 right triangle? Just scale it up by 2.

math real and complex numbers lesson
(7+3,-9+5) = (10,-4)

Maths
x-28 = 42-x

math
It is true that Anna is not 1000mm taller, but in this case, the "times" indicates a multiplicative factor, and almost no one would interpret it as you have indicated.

physics/maths help damon or steve or scott
s(t) = s0 + v0t + a/2 t^2 so, s0 + 6v0 + 18a = 246 s0 + 9v0 + 81/2 a = 246+69 Solve for v0

trigonometry
draw a diagram, and you can figure angle T. Then, use the law of sines.

trigonometry
use the law of sines.

math
x-y = 1/10 y = 4/7 x - 4/7 = 1/20 x = 4/7 + 1/10 = ?

Maths
P = R-C break-even when R=C (P=0)

Maths
If all were bikes, there would be 70 tyres. There are 9 extra tyres, so that means 9 bikes were replaced with trikes...

Math
f(14) = 2*14-2 = 26 26 = m so the first letter is m and so on

Calcalus
ln(x^2-15y)=x-y+5 1/(x^2-15y) * (2x-15y') = 1-y' 2x-15y' = x^2-15y - (x^2-15y)y' Now just collect terms and solve for y' to get y' = (x^2-2x-15y)/(x^2-15y-15) So, at (-4,1) that is y'(-4) = (16+8-15)/(16-15-15) = -9/14 Finally, using the point-slope...

Geometry
8 * (8 + 1/24) * 34 = ? Or, considering the possibility of a typo, 8 * 8.5 * 34

Math
time = distance/speed, so 196/(75+65) = ?

Maths
That's elevation, not evolution! Consider the fact that the sides of a 30-60-90 triangle are in the ratios 1:?3:2 and just scale that up for your diagram.

Math
so, how many cubes are there? p(cube) is that over 100

Math
well you multiply by -4, so B looks good.

Math
1) 30cm * ?48m * 12m = 24.94 m^3 ... 3) ?/4 * 3^2 * h = 24.94 Now the rest should not be too hard. Come back if you get stuck.

Linear algebra
This is just a standard rotation matrix, explained here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotation_matrix

Calc AB
V(t) = 100 + (5t+4) - t^2/2 so you are correct there. V'(t) = 5-t So, you are correct that V is a max at t=5 The average value of a function is (?[a,b] f(t) dt)/(b-a) So, that means that #3 is ?[0,5] (-0.5t^2+5t+104) dt = 337/3 So, you want to find when (-t^2/2 + 5t + 104...

math
in 1969: 32000 / 1.0583^45 = ? in 2059: 32000 * 1.0583^45 = ?

maths
well, r^3 = 96/12 = 8, so r=2 take it from there.

Math -- Calculus
If the printed area has dimensions x and y, then xy=A, so y=A/x The actual page has dimensions x+L+R and y+T+B To minimize the page area, then you want to minimize f(x,y) = (x+L+R)(y+T+B) f(x) = (x+L+R)(A/x + T+B) = (T+B)x + A + A(L+R)/x + (L+R)(T+B) df/dx = (T+B) - A(L+R)/x^2...

Calculus
Try changing the equations in your earlier post to reflect the new parameters. How far do you get?

Calculus - Optomization Problem
see related questions below. In particular, http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1318801288

Math
review the associative property of addition.

College Algebra
swap variables x = 4-y^2 y = ±?(4-x) But you need to pick the branch where 4-x >= 0. take a look at the graph and I'm sure you can answer the questions. http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=%E2%88%9A(4-x)

Calculus
As always, draw a diagram. It is clear that if the length of the rope is z when the boat is x ft from the dock, z^2 = x^2+36 z dz/dt = x dx/dt Figure x when z=10, then just plug in your numbers and solve for dx/dt.

Calculus
I don't know how the liquid can drain and leave the substance behind, if it's dissolved. Maybe it's just in suspension, and the liquid drains through a filter. Anyway, the volume of water at time t hours is v = 60-4t The concentration is c(t) g/L = 100/v(t) = 100/(...

Calculus
y = 2?x - 4 since x and y are both functions of t, think chain rule: dy/dt = 1/?x dx/dt Now just plug in your numbers and you have dy/dt = 1/2 * 9

Maths
see your other posting -- this is just the same idea.

Maths
PQ is 4 units from AD and 6 units from AB. So, The slant height of ?ABP is ?(15^2-6^2) The slant height of ?ADP is ?(15^2-4^2) Now you can easily figure each area, and then the cost.

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