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ALGEBRA 1
Reiny Thanks for your help. But you lost me. I still end up with +/- 7 How did you get 1/16 I am con fused here. no 2 you have to take 1/2 of 3/2 which would be 3/4. then 3/4 squared is 9/16 so line 4 should read x^2 - (3/2)x + 9/16 = -1/2 + 9/16 . . . (x-3/4)^2 = 1/16 ( how ...
Wednesday, April 18, 2007 at 5:37pm by DANIELLE

Math
Both sequences start with a ar = a+8d ar^2 = a+10d a/1-r = 8 a = 6 r = 1/4 d = -9/16 a/1-r = 6/(3/4) = 8 GP: 6 3/2 3/8 ... AP: 6 87/16 78/16 69/16 60/16 51/16 42/16 33/16 24/16 15/16 6/16 ... Note that 24/16 = 3/2 and 6/16 = 3/8
Monday, November 5, 2012 at 12:19pm by Steve

9 gr
Write each product in exponential form. 16 × 16 × 16 × 16 × 16 a.5^16 b.16^5 c.16^6 d.16^4 my answer 16^5
Thursday, September 9, 2010 at 7:14pm by David

Math
Group unknown to the left-hand side, add and solve: (5/8)x+(1/16)x=(7/16)+x (5/8)x + (1/16)x - x = 7/16 (10+1-16)x/16 = 7/16 -5x = 7 Can you do the rest?
Monday, July 20, 2009 at 11:50pm by MathMate

algebra
we see that 9/x = 16/y, so y = 16/9 x x(x + 16/9 x) = 9 25x^2 = 81 x = 9/5 or -9/5 y = 16/5 or -16/5 so, x+y = 5 or -5 check: 9/5 (5) = 9 16/5 (5) = 16 xy = 144/25 a+b = 169 same for - values
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 12:06pm by Steve

math
Get a common denominator, which is 16, then change each fraction to 16ths. 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/8 + 1/16 = 8/16 + 4/16 + 2/16 + 1/16, then add all the numerators to obtain 15/16 for the answer. Check my work.
Saturday, October 4, 2008 at 12:12am by DrBob222

statistics
mean = sum/6 = 96/6 = 16 10 - 16 = -6 12 - 16 = -4 16 - 16 = 0 18 - 16 = 2 19 - 16 = 3 21 - 16 = 5 n-1 = 5 s^2 = (1/5)(36 + 16 + 0 + 4 + 9 + 25) s^2 = (1/5)(90) s = 3 sqrt 2 = 4.24 -6/4.24 = -1.42 -4/4.24 = -0.94 0/4.24 etc
Monday, March 3, 2008 at 4:42pm by Damon

Algebra 2
16x^2+16y^2-16x+24y-3=0 16(x^2 - x + .....) + 16(y^2 + (3/2)y + ... = 3 16(x^2 - x + 1/4) + 16(y^2 + (3/2)y + 9/16) = 3 + 4 + 9 16(x-1/2)^2 + 16(y+3/4) = 16 (x-1/2)^2 + (y+3/4)^2 = 1 all vital info about the circle is now obvious.
Thursday, April 8, 2010 at 2:44pm by Reiny

math
The inside of the tube has two walls. (3/16) * 2 = 6/16 2 = 1 16/16 1 16/16 - 6/16 = 1 10/16 = 1 5/8
Sunday, August 11, 2013 at 7:47pm by Ms. Sue

PHYSICS
Get average acceleration during the 3.16 seconds from a = 14 m/s / 3.16 s then d = 14 (3.16) - (1/2)(a) (3.16)^2 or more easily from average speed = 7 m/s so 7 * 3.16
Friday, January 6, 2012 at 4:01pm by Damon

2. A teacher asks her class of 22 students, “What is your age?” Their responses are shown below. 19, 19, 14, 14, 16, 19, 19, 16, 16, 15, 17, 16, 17, 16, 15, 14, 15, 15, 17, 14, 16, 15 Find the mean, median, and mode for the data. If necessary, round to the nearest tenth. (1 ...
Monday, March 25, 2013 at 7:47pm by Delilah

Physics repost
A wave traveling in the +x direction has an amplitude of 0.45 m, a speed of 6.1 m/s, and a frequency of 16 Hz. Write the equation of the wave in the form given by either Equation 16.3 or 16.4. (Answer in terms of t and x. Assume standard units.) For Further Reading Physics - ...
Monday, April 30, 2007 at 2:31pm by Mary

Physics
.5 * 16 = 8 meters before brakes so add that at the end v = Vi - 8 t 0 = 16 - 8 t at stop t = 2 seconds braking d = Vi t - (1/2) a t^2 d = 16*2 - 4 (4) d = 16 meters 8 + 16 = 24 meters
Friday, January 24, 2014 at 6:46pm by Damon

Algebra 2
you can rewrite -27 as -26 16/16 (since 16/16 is just equal to 1). thus, -26 16/16 + 1/16 -26 + (16-1)/16 -26 15/16
Saturday, September 10, 2011 at 12:33am by Jai

math problem
1. 1/16 = 2^0/16 = 2^(d-1)/16. 2. 2/16 = 2^1/16 = 2^(d-1)/16. 3. 4/16 = 2^2/16 = 2^(d-1)/16. d. 64/16= 2^6/16 = 2^(d-1)/16. 2^(d-1)/16 = 64/16. 2^(d-1)/16 = 2^6/16 Multiply both sides by 16: 2^(d-1) = 2^6 d-1 = 6 d = 7th day. 2. Loan Amount: \$500. Payments. Prin. Int.--Bal. \$...
Sunday, November 11, 2012 at 4:34pm by Henry

math
3/4 = 12/16 so between 12/16 and 15/16 say for example 6/16 and 7/16 which is 3/8 and 7/16 6/16 + 7/16 = 13/16
Monday, January 14, 2013 at 8:51pm by Damon

PHYSICS
The cross sectional ara is reduced by a factor (1/4)^2 = 1/16. The length must increase by a factor of 16 to keep the total volume constant. (since Volume = Area x Length) The resistance is proportional to Length/Area^2, so that increases by a factor of 16/(1/16) = 16 * 16 = ?
Monday, February 4, 2008 at 3:24am by drwls

Math- Urgent
I don't think you understood your teacher. Here's my way of solving this problem. 3=r/16+4 We need to get the known quantities on one side of the equation. In this problem, we subtract 4 from each side. 3 - 4 = r/16 + 4 - 4 -1 = r/16 Multiply both sides of the equation by 16 -...
Monday, August 12, 2013 at 8:59pm by Ms. Sue

math
1. 16/16=1 2. 16^3=16*16*16=4096 3. 100^0=1, 1^5=1 4. 25n^2 Not sure what you mean about writing these as powers of 2's, but here are the answers.
Friday, October 29, 2010 at 11:43pm by Jen

math
You're not hopeless! You've asked a good question! :-) When you add fractions, they both must have the same denominator. In this problem, that denominator is 16, because 16 can be divided evenly by 8. 16/8 = 2 2 * 3 = 6 3/8 = 6/16 7/16 + 6/16 = 13/16
Thursday, December 16, 2010 at 7:45pm by Ms. Sue

Change them all to equivalent fractions with the same denominator. 1/2 = 8/16 1/4 = 4/16 Now you can compare them: 5/16 8/16 4/16 7/16
Tuesday, November 2, 2010 at 10:15pm by Ms. Sue

calculus (math)
base^log x = x 2^z = 1/16 where z is log_2 (1/16) but we know that 2^0 = 1 2^-1 = 1/2 2^-2 = 1/4 2^-3 = 1/8 2^-4 = 1/16 ah ha so 2^(-4) = 1/16 z = -4 and log_2 (1/16 ) = -4 check: b^log_b(x) = x 2^-4 = 1/16 ??? 1/2^4 = 1/16 sure enough
Saturday, October 27, 2012 at 4:06pm by Damon

math
rewrite each with a common denominator of 16 5/8 = 10/16 3/4 = 12/16 9/16 = 9/16 7/8 = 14/16 Can you tell now? or change each fraction to a decimal by dividing top by bottom.
Thursday, June 26, 2008 at 9:14pm by Reiny

physics
h=a•t²/2 a = 2•h/t² =2•12.4/2.8²=3.16 m/s². According to the Newton’s Second Law for rotation the torque is the moment of inertia times an angular acceleration M=I•ε, M = T•R. I=m•R²/2. ε =a/R. T•R = (m•R²/2)• (a/R)= = m•R• a/2. T= m•a/2...
Sunday, May 13, 2012 at 12:39am by Elena

math
That's better so RS = 4[ 4^n - 16]/3 step2 assume it is true for n=k that is, 4^3 + 4^4 + ... + 4^k = 4[ 4^k - 16]/3 step 3 prove that is it then true for n = k+1, that is prove: 4^3 + 4^4 + .. + 4^k + 4^(k+1) = 4[ 4^(k+1) - 16]/3 LS = (4^3 + 4^4 + .. + 4^k) + 4^(k+1) = 4[ 4^k...
Saturday, October 23, 2010 at 9:33am by Reiny

Calculus
3 x^2 -16 x + 5 = 0 first derivative at x = {16 +/-sqrt(256-60)]/6 or [16+/-14]/6 = 5 or 0.3333 second derivative 6 x - 16 is that + or - at the two points where the slope is zero? at x = .333 2 - 16 is negative so maximum there at x = 5 6x - 16 = 30-16 is positive so minimum ...
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 1:09pm by Damon

math
how would you simplify this equation: y = (x+3)/[(4-sqrt(16+h))] please help me! you have three variables. I am not certain "simplify" is an appropriate term here. ohhhh it was my mistake. I meant: y = h/[(4-sqrt(16+h))] y = h/[(4-sqrt(16+h))] rationalize the denominator.. y...
Friday, June 30, 2006 at 4:47pm by kristie

physics
i = unit vector x (east) j = unit vector y (north) Vo = -24 i + 0 j Vf = -16/sqrt2 i + 16/sqrt2 j change in velocity =(24-16/sqrt2)i + 16/sqrt2 j dV/dt = A = (1/5)[(24-16/sqrt2)i + 16/sqrt2 j ] To get the magnitude of A take the square root of the sum of the squares.
Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 5:34am by Damon

math
First you have to find the common denominator, namely the LCM (least common multiple) of the two denominators, 16 and 4. It happens to be 16 because 16*1=16 and 4*4=16. Now make 16 the common denominator of each of the two fractions: 11/16-3/4 =11/16 - 3*4/4*4 =11/16 - 12/16...
Friday, November 26, 2010 at 9:20am by MathMate

Physics
a = (110-77)/16 = 33/16 m/s^2 displacement during that time is s = 77*16 + 33/32 * 16^2 = 1496 m
Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 6:06pm by Steve

MATH
I need to simply this equation, but I got stuck. h/(4-sqrt(16+h)) = y First, I multiplied (4+sqrt(16+h)/(4+sqrt(16+h) to both sides, and I ended up with h(4+sqrt(16+h)/-h. Is this correct? (I tried to graph both equations to see if I would get the same graph, but I didn't, ...
Tuesday, August 8, 2006 at 6:15pm by kristie

math HELP
When the ball hits the ground height be zero. 25 t - 16 t ^ 2 = 0 t ( 25 - 16 t ) = 0 This equation will be zero when t = 0 OR 25 - 16 t = 0 25 - 16 t = 0 Add 16 to both sides 25 - 16 t + 16 t = 0 + 16 t 25 = 16 t Divide both sides by 16 25 / 16 = t t = 25 / 16 When t = 0 ball...
Tuesday, May 8, 2012 at 5:41am by Bosnian

calculus
first sketch it. then determine where the y=16 line intersects (-4,16)(4,16) Now, lets integrate from the parabola to the line dArea=dx*(16-y)=(16-x^2)dx area= INT (16-x^2)dx from x=-4 to 4 area= [16x-1/3 x^3] over the limits area= 16*4-1/3 4^3 - 16(-4)+1/3 (-4)^3 =2(16*4 - 1/...
Saturday, January 15, 2011 at 9:05pm by bobpursley

Math
1 + n / 16 = 2 Subtract 1 to both sides 1 + n / 16 - 1 = 2 - 1 n / 16 = 1 Multiply both sides by 16 n * 16 / 16 = 1 * 16 n = 16 Proof: 1 + n / 16 = 2 1 + 16 / 16 = 2 1 + 1 = 2
Monday, February 18, 2013 at 2:15pm by Bosnian

Physics
Vf^2 = Vo^2 + 2ad = 0, 645.16 + 2 * a * 58.6 = 0, 645.16 + 117.2a = 0, 117a = -645.16, a = -645.16 / 117.2 = -5.5m/s^2. F = ma, m = F / a = 12.8 / 5.5 = 2.32kg.
Monday, February 14, 2011 at 11:56pm by Henry

Physics
wavelength = twice the length = 116 cm = 1.16 m distance = speed * time 1.16 = 450 * T T = 1/f so' f = 450/1.16 = 388 Hz
Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 6:06pm by Damon

Physics
He got 15/16 because you have to take the (-1/4*V1i)^2. You square the (-1/4) to get (1/16) and when you move it over to the other side, you will get m1v1i^2 - (1/16)m1v1i^2 = m2v2f
Friday, November 9, 2012 at 12:52pm by Thomas

math
Are you referring to this post? Posted by jay on Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 4:45pm. a pipe is 2" outside diameter and it as 3/16" walls. What isthe inside diameter. could you explain in detail . Thanks math - Ms. Sue, Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 4:48pm 2 " = 1 16/16 2(3/16...
Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 4:52pm by Ms. Sue

physics
d = V*Ts = 16.5 m. 343*Ts = 16.5 Ts = 0.048 s. = Time for sound to travel 16.5 m. d = Vb*T = 16.5 m. Vb*(4.1-0.048) = 16.5 Vb = 4.07 m/s = Velocity of the ball.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at 7:53am by Henry

math
find the slope if any: x+8y=16 x+0=16 x=16 0 +8y=16 8y=16 8y/8=16/8 y=2 this is the part that loses me: 0-2=-2 16-0=16 -2/16=-1/8 is this correct? If not can you help me?
Monday, August 23, 2010 at 12:35am by barb

physics
V = 60km/h = 60000m/3600s = 16.7 m/s. a = (V-Vo)/t = 4.5 m/s^2 (16.7-0)/t = 4.5 t = 16.7/4.5 = 3.70 s. d1 = 0.5a*t^2 = 2.25*3.7^2 = 31 m. d2 = V*t = 16.7m/s * 180s = 3,000 m. d3 = 60 m. d1+d2+d3 = 30.8 + 3000 + 60 = 3091 m. = Total distance traveled. V^2 = Vo^2 + 2a*d a = (V^2...
Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 1:26am by Henry

Physics 30
Radioactivity is half as much (900 Bq) after 16 days. For other times t (in days), use the equation Activity = 1800 * (1/2)^(t/16) t/16 is an exponent.
Sunday, January 9, 2011 at 9:48pm by drwls

Math
from your a² + 16a + 1a + 16 use grouping a(a+16) + 1(a+16) =(a+16)(a+1) you could also have arranged your terms this way a² + 1a + 16a + 16 =a(a+1) + 16(a+1) =(a+1)(a+16)
Tuesday, January 15, 2008 at 4:14pm by Reiny

algebra
These problems are solved in the following way: x / 16 + x / 8 = 1 Bringing these two fractions to the common denominator (which, in this case, is 16), we get the following: x / 16 + 2x / 16= 1 3x / 16 = 1 Solving the above equation for x, we get the following: x = 1 : 3/16 [...
Wednesday, December 14, 2011 at 6:12pm by Lana

Physics
b. ) max is 10 m/s remember V^2 cos A = 16.7 to have vertical component equal to weight so cos A = 16.7/v^2 = 16.7/v^2 = 0.167 at v^2=100 then A = 80.4 degrees after that, gravity wins
Saturday, March 13, 2010 at 7:28pm by Damon

Physics
The force of charges interaction is F = k•q1•q2/r^2 = k•q1•q2/(d^2+4^2) = k•q1•q2/(d^2+16). X- projection is Fx= k•q1•q2/(d^2+16) •cosα = k•q1•q2/(d^2+16) •d/(d^2+16)^1/2. We have to find the derivative of Fx. (Fx)´ = k•q1•q2[(d^2+16)^-3/2 – 3d• (d^2+16)^-5/2] = 0 ...
Saturday, April 7, 2012 at 6:12pm by Elena

math
For all of these problems, you need to find the common denominator for each group of fractions. Arrange the fractions in order from smallest to largest. , , , 5/8,3/4,9/16,7/8 The common denominator is 16. 5/8 = 10/16 3/4 = 12/16 9/16 = 9/16 7/8 = 14/16 We'll be glad to check ...
Thursday, March 26, 2009 at 6:27pm by Ms. Sue

Well. First you have to find the common denominator of 16 and 4, which would be sixteen, because both 16 and 4 decide by it. So the problem would become 13/16-4/16 because 1/4 equals 4/16. The answer would be 9/16.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012 at 5:57pm by Vic

math
We know that one nickel is 1/16 inches thick. This means that 16 nickels are: (16*1)/16 =1 So, a stack of 16 nickels is one inch tall. Let us look at the second question: 3 nickels are 1/16 + 1/16 + 1/16 inches. When adding fractions with the same denominator (The number below...
Monday, March 26, 2012 at 6:22pm by A.P.

Maths - Arithmetic Progression
T4 = a+3d = 8 S10 = 5(2a+9d) = 40 a = 16 d = -8/3 T1 = 16 T10 = 16 + 9(-8/3) = -8 check, sequence is 16 40/3 32/3 8 16/3 8/3 0 -8/3 -16/3 -8 ... Sum of 1st 10 terms = 40
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 10:25am by Steve

Algebra 1A
i suppose this means that (17,8) is a point on the graph or a solution to the equation,, if so, it means we need to find for the slope, m. substituting the x- and y-coordinate to the equation: y = mx - 16 8 = m(16) - 16 8 + 16 = 16m 24 = 16m 24/16 = (16/16)m 3/2 = m rewriting ...
Thursday, March 31, 2011 at 12:29am by Jai

what are you doing, adding them? 1 3/16 + 1 7/8 = 19/16 + 15/8= 19/16+30/16= 49/16 = 3 1/16
Friday, May 13, 2011 at 5:26pm by bobpursley

Physics
(a) They have already told you that the initial rock direction was vertical (up). y = 500 + Vo*t - 16.1 t^2 = 0 then t = 6.5 0 = 500 + 6.5*Vo - 16.1*(6.5)^2 Solve for Vo. V(t) = Vo - 16.1 t Substitute t = 6.5 s and solve for V at that time. The number 16.1 is the value of g/2...
Friday, September 21, 2012 at 12:27am by drwls

physics repost
Raul pushes a stalled car with a force of 204 N. If the required force decreases at a constant rate from 204 N to 44.0 N for a distance of 16.3 m in 16.0 s, calculate the average power required to move the car. 204-44=160 160*16.3/16 2608/16 answer: 163 W
Friday, April 4, 2008 at 12:10pm by Jon

Physics
s = 11t + 1/2 at^2 8 = 11t + 1/2 at^2 at^2 + 22t - 16 = 0 v = 11 + at at = -11 so, -11t + 22t - 16 = 0 11t = 16 t = 16/11 a(16/11) = -11 a = -121/16 F = ma = 52(-121/16) = -1573/4 = -393.25N
Thursday, May 3, 2012 at 4:07pm by Steve

physics
Raul pushes a stalled car with a force of 204 N. If the required force decreases at a constant rate from 204 N to 44.0 N for a distance of 16.3 m in 16.0 s, calculate the average power required to move the car. 204-44=160 160*16.3/16 2608/16 answer: 163 W
Thursday, April 3, 2008 at 5:32pm by Jon

math
(5/8)x + (1/16)x = 7/16 + x (10/16)x + (1/16)x = 7/16 + x (11/16)x = 7/16 + x (-5/16)x = 7/16 x = (-7/5)
Monday, June 29, 2009 at 11:43pm by Marth

math
Find the smallest number that the two denominators go into evenly. Example: 7/8 + 1/16 16 is the common denominator because 16 is the smallest number divisible by 8 and 16. 16/8 = 2 Multiply the numerator by 2 7/8 = 14/16
Sunday, March 22, 2009 at 8:23pm by Ms. Sue

chemistry
Don't you mean methane gas (CH4) ? Its molar mass is 16.0 g/mole. 16 g would occupy 22.4*(298/273)/1.50 = 16.3 liters at 25 C and 1.5 atm Density = 16.0 g/16.3 l = ___ ?
Monday, January 10, 2011 at 7:45am by drwls

Physics
average speed during stop = 15/2 = 7.5m/s time to stop = 7 m / 7.5 m/s = .933 s a = -15/.933 = -16.1 m/s^2 F = m a = 500(-16.1) = -8036 N a = same a = -16.1 v = Vi + a t 0 = 32 -16.1 t t = 32/16.1 = 1.99 s d = Vi t + (1/2)at^2 = 32(1.99) - 8(4) = 32 m d = Vi t - (16.1/2)t^2
Monday, March 3, 2014 at 9:08pm by Damon

Math (logic and problem solving)
height: 16;8;4;2;1 fourth bounce. Distance went 16+2*8+2*4+2*2+1 or another way: Distance=16+ 16(.5)+16*.5^2+ 16*.5^3+1 this looks like a geometric series, r=.5 So in a geometric series, an= A1*r^n n=0, 1, 2,.. to find our problem 1=16 (.5)^n 1/16= (1/2)^n take log base 1/2 of...
Sunday, October 30, 2011 at 10:30pm by bobpursley

Math need by 9pm cst
5/8 x+1/16 x=11/16+x 16*(5/8 x+1/16 x) = 16(11/16+x) 80 + x + 16 + x= 11 + 16x 80 + 2x + 16 = 11 + 16x -x = 18x (divide by 1) x = 18 Did I do this correctly?
Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 8:04pm by SAP

physics
There is a typo, ajo h/2= 16* 1.2^2 h= 46.08 to fall the entire way is 46.08=16*t^2 solve for t. The 16 is from the formula 1/2 a t^2, where a is 32ft/s^2 You could work this in metric...
Saturday, October 6, 2007 at 3:50pm by bobpursley

algebra
solve h = -16(t-2)(t+1) = 0 There two solution, t = -1 and t = +2 s. In real situation with correct physics, the equation would be h = 32 - 16t^2 = 16(2 - t^2) = 16(t + sqrt2)(sqrt2 - t) and solutions would bedifferent.
Monday, May 9, 2011 at 9:50pm by drwls

math
The way to decide this answer is to change all of these fractions so that they have the same denominator. In other words, find the least common multiple. 7/8 = 14/16 5/8 = 10/16 3/4 = 12/16 9/16 = 9/16 Which is the smallest numerator?
Thursday, June 26, 2008 at 9:14pm by Ms. Sue

Algebra B
x^2 - 5/2x + 25/16 = -4 + 25/16 = (x-5/4)^2 = -64/16 + 25/16 = (x-5/4)^2 = -39/16 Would someone please explain how we arrived at (x - 5/4)^2 = -64/16 + 25/16 from x^2 - 5/2x + 25/16 = -4 + 25/16 Thanks in advance for your help.
Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at 12:58am by Nancy

math
16x^2 - 32x + 16 - y^2 + 8y - 16 = -16 + 16 + 16 16(x-1)^2 - (y-4)^2 = 16 (x-1)^2 - (y-4)^2/16 = 1 h=1, k=4 a=1, b=4, c=√17 center: (1,4) foci: (1-√17,4) (1+√17,4) vertices: (0,4) (2,4)
Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 12:22pm by Steve

math help
11 1/2 + 2 9/16 = change to improper fractions. (23/2 + (41/16) = find the common denominator of 16 (184/16) + (41/16) = add numerators (184 + 41)/16 = 225/16 = reduce to lowest terms. I don't see anything that will divide into both 225 and 16 to reduce it. Check my thinking. ...
Saturday, October 13, 2007 at 8:50am by DrBob222

math need asap
5/8 x+1/16 x=11/16+x 16*(5/8 x+1/16 x) = 16(11/16+x) 80 + x + 16 + x= 11 + 16x 80 + 2x + 16 = 11 + 16x -x = 18x (divide by 1) x = 18 Did I do this correctly?
Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 10:01pm by SAP

Algebra II
x = -y^2 + 16 -y^2 = x-16 y^2 = -x + 16 y = sqrt (-x+16), x </= 16 do you mean (5/x)-3 or 5/(x-3) ???
Sunday, July 3, 2011 at 3:42pm by Damon

algrebra
16(5/8x+1/16)x=16(7/16+x) I have no idea how to multiple 5/8 by 16
Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 9:30pm by melissa

Calculusmath
what is an equation of the conic section x^2+y^2=16 after a rotation of 45 degrees about the origin. A. (x')^2+(y')^2=16 B. (x')^2- (y')^2=16 C. (x')^2- 2x'y'+(y')^2=16 D. (x')^2+ 2x'y'+(y')^2=16
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 at 2:06am by bob

MATH
The question is "subtract 3 7/8 from 5 1/16" Since 1/16 is less than 7/8=14/16, we need to borrow, so we will do 4 17/16" - 3 14/16" =(4-3) (17-14)/16 = 1 3/16"
Friday, March 11, 2011 at 1:32pm by MathMate

physics
a. when is 4.16 t = 2 pi ? Then t = T =2 pi/4.16 b. 2 pi f = sqrt (k/m) so 2 pi/T = 4.16 = sqrt (k/1.2) c. F = -k x we know k now and max x = .075 d. dx/dt max = (4.16)(.075) e. we have everything but acceleration v = -.075(4.16)(sin( ) ) a = - (4.16)^2 x f. we have v max (1/2...
Tuesday, July 31, 2012 at 6:03pm by Damon

13/16-1/4 you need to change 4 into 16. 4*4 is 16 so now it is 13/16-4/16 13-4=9 so it is 9/16
Tuesday, September 4, 2012 at 5:57pm by Tanya

Solving Equations with variable on Both Sides
move all the ones with p to one side and the other fractions to the other so it becomes 3p/8 + 7p/16 - p/16 = 1/4 + 1/2 + 3/4 then change 3p/8 to 6p/16 by multiplying by 2 and 1/2 to 2/4 the same way. 6p/16 + 7p/16 - p/16 = 1/4 + 2/4 + 3/4 add both sides up 12p/16 = 6/4 ...
Saturday, May 3, 2008 at 8:36pm by Alex

math
A bag of potatoes weighs 3 7/16 pounds. if the average potato weighs 3/16 pound, about how many potatoes are in the bag? Do I divide 3 7/16 by 3/16 therefore 3 7/16 X 16/1 55/16 X 16/1 = 55 potatoes?
Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 10:21pm by sb

PHYSICS
15*2 pi = 30 pi = 94.2 sure enough average w during stop = wo/2 = 47.1 or 7.5 rev/s time to stop = 125/7.5 = 16.7 seconds w = wo + a t 0 = 94.2 + a (16.7) so a = -5.65 rad/s^2 so theta = wo t + (1/2) a t^2 = 94.2 (16.7) - 2.83 * 16.7^2 1573 - 789 = 784 radians
Sunday, March 6, 2011 at 9:39pm by Damon

Math
13 1/2 = 27/2 = 216/16 11 5/16 = 181/16 216/16-181/16 = 35/16 = 2 3/16
Sunday, February 8, 2009 at 10:17pm by Ted

4 x^2 - 16 x - 1 = 0 x = [ 16 +/- sqrt (256 + 16) ] / 8 x = [ 16 +/ - sqrt (16*17) ] / 8 x = 2 +/ - .5 sqrt 17 by the way by inspection you can see that it is going to be very close to 4 x^2 - 16 x = 0 x(x-4) = 0 x = 4 or 0
Thursday, May 31, 2012 at 2:53pm by Damon

Algebra
Find x if 2^16^x = 16^2^x Just to make this clear, if you were reading this aloud, it would sound like this: if 2 to the power of 16 to the power of x equals 16 to the power of 2 to the power of x. So basically, the x would not be the same size as the 2 or 16, but really tiny ...
Friday, March 6, 2009 at 3:52pm by Cassie

f(x) = 16x2 – 64x + 64 for f(x)=16, write: 16=16x² - 64x +64 transpose 16 to the right, and factor out numeric factor 16: 16(x² -4x +3) = 0 Factor expression 16(x-3)(x-1)=0 This means that x=3 or x=1, either one of which satisfies the equation f(x)=16. Check by ...
Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 1:41am by MathMate

Algebra
you are finding the sum of 16 terms of an arithmetic sequence where a = 112 d = -4 n = 16 S16 = (16/2)[2(16) + 15(-4) ] = .....
Monday, March 7, 2011 at 9:42am by Reiny

ALGEBRA
9/16-(-3/16) SUBTRACT SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK SIMPLIFY tHIS IS WHAT I GOT. 9/16+3/16=12/16=3/4 IS WHT I got.
Thursday, November 10, 2011 at 1:52pm by Angela

polynomial function
p( - 4 )= 4 * ( - 4 ) ^ 3 - 3 * ( - 4 ) - 4 = 4 * ( - 64 ) + 3 * 4 - 4 = -256 + 12 - 4 = - 248 p( 1 / 4 )= 4 * ( 1 / 4 ) ^ 3 - 3 * ( 1 / 4 ) - 4 = 4 * 1 / 64 - 3 / 4 - 4 = 4 / ( 4 * 16 ) - 3 / 4 - 4 = 1 / 16 - ( 3 * 4 ) / ( 4 * 4 ) - ( 4 * 16 / 16 ) = 1 / 16 - 12 / 16 - 64 / ...
Monday, November 14, 2011 at 1:47am by Bosnian

physics
x = unknown length of driveway distance it fell: h = x sin 16 potential energy lost = m g h = m g x sin 16 Ke gained = (m/2)(4.6)^2 difference = work done by friction = 4.3*10^3 * x so m g x sin 16 = (m/2)4.6^2 + 4.3*10^3 x
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 at 8:57pm by Damon

Algebra 2
1 th term a1 = 4 * 1 + 16 = 4 + 16 = 20 2 th term a2 = 4 * 2 + 16 = 8 + 16 = 24 3 th term a3 = 4 * 3 + 16 = 12 + 16 = 28 4 th term a4 = 4 * 4 + 16 = 16 + 16 = 32 etc. Arithmetic sequence with first term a1 = 20 and common difference d = 4 General formula for arithmetic ...
Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 6:53pm by Bosnian

math
( 4 / 3 ) ^ 2 = 16 / 9 - ( 4 / 3 ) ^ 2 = - 16 / 9 ( 4 / 3 ) ^ 0 = 1 ( - 4 / 3 ) ^ 2 = 16 / 9 - ( - 4 / 3 ) ^ 2 = 16 / 9 ( 4 / 3 ) ^ 2 = 16 / 9 - ( 4 / 3 ) ^ 2 = - 16 / 9 abs ( - 16 / 9 ) = 16 / 9 -( 4 / 3 ) ^ 2 + ( 4 / 3 ) ^ 0 + 4 / 3 -( -4 / 3 ) ^ 2 +abs ( - (4 / 3 ) ^ 2...
Sunday, November 18, 2012 at 12:28am by Bosnian

Applied Physics
d = -(1/2) g t^2 -49 = -(1/2)(9.8)t^2 t^2 = 10 t = 3.16 seconds v = -gt = -9.8*3.16 = -31 m/s
Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 8:53pm by Damon

physics
N=L/λ =Lf/v =10•215/130=16.5 => 16
Monday, July 29, 2013 at 10:08pm by Elena

GP Caluculus
Calculus, AP? caluculus, fouth, ration, are not words normally used by Calculus students. Choosing words, and checking the spelling, reflects on you personally. If you desire success, work on these types of details. You can do better than this. Given that a3 is 16, and a4 is ...
Thursday, December 1, 2011 at 8:37am by bobpursley

Physics
.35 * 2 = .7 23 * .7 = 16.1J P = 16.1/1.6 = 10.06W
Monday, February 25, 2008 at 2:32pm by Fariba

physics
a) F = 16 - 16 = 0 b) F/m = 0 c) This looks like the same question as b d) 5 m/s (unchanged)
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at 5:31pm by drwls

physics
Drag out your standard formula! s = 1/2 at^2 s = 16(.2)^2 s = 16*.04 s = 0.64 feet
Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 5:44pm by Steve

physics
V = 58km/h = 58,000m/3600s = 16.1 m/s. d = 16.1m/s * 0.778s = 12.53 m.
Thursday, September 27, 2012 at 9:05am by Henry

physics
v = 24300 m/3600s = a t = a (5.8) so a = 1.16 m/s d = (1/2) a t^2 = .5 *1.16 * 5.8*5.8 = 19.6 meters
Sunday, September 23, 2012 at 5:21pm by Damon

physics
h = Vo*t + 0.5g*t^2 = 16 0 + 4.9t^2 = 16 t^2 = 3.27 s.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 11:18am by Henry

math
First, you need the common denominator -- so 3 7/8 = 3 14/16 5 1/16 - 3 14/16 Change: 5 1/16 to 4 17/16 4 17/16 - 3 14/16 = ?
Monday, March 9, 2009 at 2:10pm by Ms. Sue

math
washington school cost about \$12,350,000 to build. use words to write that amount of money. 24. two factors of 16 are 1 and 16 beacuse 1*16= 16. find three more factors of 16.
Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 8:39pm by jojo

math
11/16-3/4 First make the denominator equal by multiplying the 2nd fraction's denominator by 4 the new fraction become 11/16-3*4/4*4 =11/16-12/16 Now by taking LCM 16 =11-12/16 =-1/16 That is your required solution. Good Luck......................
Friday, November 26, 2010 at 9:20am by Naeem

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