If you can buy three raffle tickets for $5, how many tickets can you buy for $55? I need to know to different ways to solve this problem...
I am having a really hard time figuring this question out, would somebody be able to help me? Imagine a giant dry-cleaner's bag full of air at a temperature of -35∘C floating like a balloon with a string hanging from it 12km above the ground. Estimate what its temper...
Could someone check these? I'm finding the magnitude for 5 and 6. 5. v=3i+j My magnitude is 3.16 6. v=2i+3j My magnitude is 3.61 For 22 and 23 I'm finding each specified vector or scalar. u=2i-5j, v=-3i+7j, w=-i-6j 22. v+w answer: -4i+j 23. u-v answer: 5i-13j
I'm having trouble with these problems.. Could someone please explain how to find the domain of either of these functions? 3. f(x) =(x-2)/(x^2+6x+8) 7. g(x)= sqrt[(9)/(x+3)]
Jane Eyre. And I was leaning towards B because when I think of gothic elements I think of words like demonic, fiery, passion/love, mystery...
Which of the following is NOT a Gothic element in this novel? A. the low, demonic laugh in the hall at midnight B. strange laughter in a hidden, upstairs room C. the mysterious fire in Rochesters bedroom D. the young Janes growing love for the older, moody Rocheste...
I'm having trouble with this problem because I'm not sure what to do with the 1.. 21. (x-5)^2+(y+2)^2=1 (x-(5))^2+(y+2)^2= ???? center= (5,2) radius= ???
I'm currently working with parabolas, and I'm not sure if I am doing this specific problem correctly.. 12. x= y^2-6y+6 y= -b/2a = 6/2(1)= 6/2= 3 x= (3)^2+6(3)+6 x= 33 y=3 (33,3) <--- what I graphed
45. log b sqrt 7x 46. log b sqrt (3/y) Could someone please explain these?
My book doesn't explain how to do these problems.. The examples they tell me to refer to have no relevance whatsoever. Any help would be appreciated. Use the power property to rewrite each expression. 17. log_3(x)^2 18. log_2(x)^5 19. log_4(5)^-1 20. log_6(7)^-2