Thursday

July 10, 2014

July 10, 2014

Total # Posts: 13

**math**

So, three sixty degree angles and three equal side lengths. A Doritos chip, perhaps?

**Algreba**

Just do whatever legal moves it takes to make b be the only thing on one side of the equals sign. What is b in terms of everything else?

**math**

There are only 180 degrees in a triangle. What were those angles again?

**algebra 2**

sqrt 7 / sqrt 8 sqrt 7/ sqrt 4 times sqrt 2 sqrt 7 / 2 times sqrt 2 rationalize the denominator by mutliplying by sqrt 2/sqrt 2 and that is all.

**Math**

This works, although it is a bit clunky. Find out what some convenient x values equal for y, such as 0, 1, and -1. Find out by visual inspection of a graph.

**Math**

Are those 4's down low? Then they are bases. Whatever the log equals is an exponent. 4^2=2x 16=2x 8=x

**Math**

base 10 you keep the base down low 10^2=2x The log is the exponent 100=2x 50=x

**Math(Please check)**

See above. I answered the most recent one first.

**Math(Please check)**

Imagine that you have a base of 10 down below and the just plain 2 is an exponent. 2x= 10^2 2x= 100 x=50

**algrebra**

Just take 20, 38, and 62 times 0.112.

**Algebra 3**

You still have whatever if you add zero to it. So what is the sine of a 180 degree straight angle.

**math**

-9/8x > -5/16 multiply both sides by -8/9 Don't forget to change direction when you do this x < -5/16 * -8/9 x < 5/18

**ALGEBRA**

Division by zero is undefined.

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