I need help with algebra ASAP!
posted by Jessica .
I'm in Algebra 1 this year and I really need help solving these equations.
Completing the square
1)c^27c= 12
2)x^22x8= 0
Incomplete Quadratic Equations
1) 2x^22 = 16
Any advice will be appreciated!
c^27c= 12
What is 1/2 of 7? Square that, and add to both sides.
x^22x8= 0
What is 1/2 of 2? square that, and add to both sides
A cylinder has a radius of 5 in. If the volume of the cylinder is 250* pi in. ^3, what is the height of the cylinder
[Hint: The volume of a cylinder is given by V=pi * r&2 *h
Remember that pi = 3.14
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