# Posts by strawberryfields

Total # Posts: 12

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would you mind telling me how you got it? i don't get this problem.. thanks forthe answer though!

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okay, this i cannot figure out anywhere. 2[ln(x)-ln(x+1)-ln(x-1)] evaluate into logarithm of a single quantity.

Math
that's really hard to answer without any graph or other parameters. was there any more information with the problem???

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thanks! I sort of figured this one out after a lot of searching online

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Inverse function f(x)x^7-1 And I got root(7(x))+1 which is the (7root of x)+1

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can you tell me why it's 5c^2 and not 5c?

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it's telling me that this answer is wrong. for g(c) i got c^3-5c and for g(3/2) i got -13.something and -8 but it keeps telling me i'm wrong (it means my online class where i am working through these. however, i am not just asking you for answers, i have been sitting ...

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Can you tell me if the correct answer for this is t^3 -1t^2 -2t -12

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evaluating functions For some reason I can't get these 3 problems correct: g(x) = x^2(x-5) g(3/2) g(c) g(t+2) Any help would be greatly appreciated. I contribute as much as I can and I don't seem to get any help. Maybe these are too hard of problems?

Math 012
oops. sorry, WVSU

Math 012
Okay so you totally owned me, great job checking. Go order of operations!!!

Math 012
-16-8p-20 +16 take -4 times 4 which equals -16 take -4 times 2p which equals 8p take 5 times -4 which equals -20 then add 16 to the end. simplify by adding -16, -20 and 16. you get -8p - 20 (the -16 and +16 cancel each other out)