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December 9, 2013

# Posts by aria

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Algebra
Thank you for your help. I understand a whole lot more.

Algebra
Posted by Aria on Monday, August 29, 2011 at 2:58pm. This is a concept check on quadratic equation application. I am having trouble with a couple of parts. If anyone can help I would appreciate it. Suppose you are an event coordinator for a large performance theater. You need ...

algebra
With the fractions all you need to do is divide the numerator by the denominator. You will see which number is greater. Remember that negative numbers are the same as positive numbers in that they get greater as they move away from 0, only from right to left instead of left to...

Algebra
Thanks a bunch. I appreciate the detail. quadratic equations are confusing for me to graph. I no sooner think I have it than I get an answer wrong.

Algebra
This is a concept check on quadratic equation application. I am having trouble with a couple of parts. If anyone can help I would appreciate it. Suppose you are an event coordinator for a large performance theater. You need to supply information about projected ticket sales to...

algebra
Remember when using the distributive law to factor you are in fact using factoring backwards. Write each of your terms with the common multiplyer. Do you see the connection between all the numbers? What number in the equation is the base for the rest. 3,right? So write each te...

Spanish
The pronunciation is cam-bee-AYS. The answer to the second question is yes.

algebra
Thank you. I don't what to talk in class like I haven't done my homework. I did, but the two answers confused me. The second looked plausible, but I trust a university mathlab a whole lot more.

algebra
I have a question about exponents of rational expressions. I have two answers for one problem. One was written on a university mathlab and the other from a calculator. (3a^3/2)*(-7a^1/5) = -21a^17/10 (3a^3/2)*(-7a^1/5) = -21^a4/10 Can you tell me which is right? The first one ...

Science
I would suggest going online and look for articles on ion conduction experiments. Just Google ion conduction experiment scholarly articles and see what comes up.

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