just plug in 1500 for p, and 18 for n: 1500(1.10)^18 = 8339.88
well, 3/4 of the scores were below 69. That leaves 1/4 above. What's 1/4 of 135?
Seems current enough to me. Today's paper has a story about it. Maybe your paper could discuss, not the passage of the bill, but some of the recently revealed complications and effects thereof.
Algebra2 - eh?
that's an odd set of constraints ...
don't forget your trig identities tan^2+1 = sec^2 ∫sec^2 y dy is easy, right? 7tan^2 u + 15 = 7tan^2 u+7 + 8 = 7sec^2 u + 8 Now we're back to ∫7sec^2 u + 8 du
better yet, visit wolframalpha.com: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=plot+r+%3D+5+%2B+4+sin+%CE%B8+ and you can play around with polar functions all day long
Choose the graph of r = 5 + 4 sin θ
I get (x,y,z) = (4, -1, -3) Your very first line is wrong. Should be 1-7, not 7-1 z = -3 The rest surely follows.
what will be the graph looks like for equation r = 4(1-cos(theta+pi/4))?
if there are x regular and y deluxe sandwiches, 3x+5y = 1100 2x+3y = 700 (x,y) = (200,100)