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Posts by blueridge


Total # Posts: 11

Math
I know that and I thanked you for correcting me. We all make mistakes, right?
February 24, 2008

Math
The equation is set up correctly. Good job! Let's see: 17 + 2n = 101....Original Equation Subtract 17 from both sides. 2n = 101 - 17 2n = 84 Now divide both sides by the coefficient 2 to find the value of n. n = 84/2 n = 42 Is this true? Let's plug 42 for n in the ...
February 24, 2008

Math
Yes, I totally missed some of the wording. Yes, Quidditch is right for question 1. Good looking out, Quidditch! blueridge
February 24, 2008

Math
We have this: 7 + 2(5 - 2 * 3 ^ 2) USE PEMDAS...Do you know what PEMDAS stands for? Work out the inside of the parentheses first. Inside we have this guy: 5 - 2(3)^2 5 - 2(9) 5 - 18 -13 We now have this: 7 + 2(-13) 7 - 26 = -19 Done! ================= NEXT: Name the sets of ...
February 24, 2008

algebra
Use this formula: (a + b)(c + d + e) = ac + ad + ae + bc + bd + be ============================ Steps to solve your question: 1-Each terms of the left side polynomial, which is this guy (-.096t^4+3t^3-27t^2+91t+1700), should be distributed through the second polynomial, ONE AT...
February 24, 2008

Math
What exactly in terms of math are you having trouble with? Do you have a question(s)?
February 23, 2008

Math/Chemistry
This question has been answered. Like I said before, you need to be more specific.
February 23, 2008

Math
Regression curve is a study taught in advanced statistic courses. The simplest form of regression is fitting a line to data. Suppose I want to predict a tiger's height from its age. I can find the equation of the "best" line that relates height to age, and I can ...
February 23, 2008

Math
This question is not clearly stated. Many shapes have lines that decrease and/or increase just the same. A line that decreases reveals a decreasing function; a line that increases reveals an increasing function.
February 23, 2008

algebra
I just want to add that whenever they ask you to solve for a letter, any letter, it means to isolate the letter just like Ms. Sue easily did. Do you see that l has been isolated on the left side of the equation? This is very important to keep in mind in any math course. Also, ...
February 23, 2008

Algebra
For question one use: P( A or B) = P(A) + P(B) - P(A and B) The rule for OR takes into account those values that may get counted more than once when the probability is determined. Let P = probability Let A = biographies Let B = reference book Can you finish?
February 22, 2008

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