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December 9, 2016
Number of results: 10

**algebra3**

can u graph the inequality in a coordinate plane 1)y>3x-1 2)-x>2

*January 30, 2007 by WOLF*

**algebra3**

how do you work with factoring GCF problems?

*December 6, 2013 by Taylor*

**algebra3**

Why isn't the absolute value inequality (x^2-1)</=8 set up as -8<x^2-1<8 yielding -7<x^2<9 so +/-sqrt-7<x<+/-sqrt9 so +/-isqrt7<x<+/-3?

*November 8, 2011 by Joe*

**algebra3**

what is the slope of the line that passes through {-4,-9}and {0,5)? a.] 7/2 b.] -7/2 c.] 1 d.] 2/7 YOU HAVE TO USE THE FORMULA M = Y2-Y1 DIVIDED BY X2-X1 WHICH WILL BE: M = (5-(-9))/0-4 M= 5+9 / 0-4 M= 14/-4 M=-3.5 Which is the same as -7/2

*January 11, 2007 by Darius Graham*

**algebra3**

use a calculator to find the decimal form of the rational number. if it is a nonterminating decimal, write the repeating pattern.

*August 11, 2008 by amber*

**algebra3**

whatis the y-intercept of the line y= 4x-3? a.]1 b.]3 c.]4 d.]-3 IT IS -3 BECAUSE THE 4X THATS YOUR SLOPE AND THE Y INTERCEPT IS YOUR -3

*January 11, 2007 by Darius Graham*

**algebra3**

An object is fired straight up from the top of a 200-foot tower at a velocity of 80 feet per second. The height h(t) of the object t seconds after firing is given by h(t) = -16t2 + 80t + 200.

*November 1, 2011 by danielle*

**algebra3**

can u solve the equation 1)1.2x= 2.3x-2.2 2)[x-4]= 15 3)[13+2x]= 5 1) 1.2x = 2.3x - 2.2 2.2 = 2.3x - 1.2x 2.2 = 1.1x x = 2 2) x - 4 = 15 x = 15 + 4 x = 19 3) 13 + 2x = 5 2x = 5 - 13 2x = -8 x = -8/2 x = -4 it's all about getting the same variables to the same side of the ...

*January 30, 2007 by WOLF*

**algebra3**

which inequality is tge solution of 6x negative 3 greater than or = to 7 plus 4x? a.}x is greater than or =to negative 5 b.}x is greater than or= to 5 c.}x is less than or = to 5 d.}x is less than or = to negative 5 Your problem: 6x - 3 ≥ 7 + 4x Solve an inequality like ...

*January 11, 2007 by Darius Graham*

**Algebra3!!!!**

How would you would graph the linear equation y = -2x + 6? First plot the point (6,0) and then count up two and to the right 1. First plot the point (6,0) and then count down two and to the right 1 First plot the point (0,6) and then count up two and to the right 1 First plot ...

*October 14, 2006 by Margie*

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