# math

what two numbers equal 264 and 364?

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
3. 👁 53
1. Something seems to be missing here.

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
2. what is missing

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
posted by Aj
3. As you've stated it, your question makes no sense to me.

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0

## Similar Questions

1. ### Algebra

What is the length of the interval of solutions to the inequality 1 ( is less than or equal to) 3-4x (is less than or equal to) 9? I presume that I just plug in numbers for x? The problem is, that all the positive numbers I've

asked by Elle on January 20, 2009
2. ### Math

Working with simple addition and multiplication of positive and negative numbers. Have completed 59 of 60 problems on a worksheet, I am stumped by one of them. For example Two numbers are given 30 and 13, You must find two number

asked by Linda on April 9, 2008
3. ### Math

Can someone help me with this problem? Evaluate the numerical expression on a calculator. Round the answer to the nearest whole number. ( 34*15) (364) -------- * ---- (5) (52) Here is what I figured: (510) (364) -------- * -----

asked by B.B. on June 20, 2009
4. ### maths

The sum of the first n terms of an exponential series is 364. The sum of their reciprocal is 364/243. If the first term is 1,find n and the common ratio.

asked by dannystein on January 27, 2016
5. ### maths

1. Convert the ffl octal numbers into denary number a) 1527 b) 21 364 2. Convert the ffl denary numbers into binary numbers a) 578 b) 709 3. Calculate the follwing using the octal system. a) 704 + 147 b) 652 - 406 c) 657 * 4 d)

asked by temise on February 26, 2007
6. ### math

find the three cuberoots of 8( cos 264 + jsin 264) and state which is the principal cuberoot. Show all three roots on an argand diagram.

asked by stella on July 29, 2013
7. ### Pre-Calculus

A ball is thrown up at the edge of a 364 foot cliff. The ball is thrown up with an initial velocity of 72 feet per second. Its height measured in feet is given in terms of time t, measured in seconds by the equation

asked by Ann on September 30, 2013
8. ### Algebra 2 Could use help asap

I really am trying to work these problems out on my own. Please help If f(x)=3x^2 g(x)= 1/6+x find the following and give the domain (f+g) (x) (3x^2) + (1/6+x) x is all real numbers and x is not equal to 6 (f-g) (x) (3x^2) -

asked by Sam on February 1, 2011
9. ### Algebra II

9x+y is less than or equal to 1700 9x+3y is less than or equal to 1800 4x+8y is less than or equal to 2400 ***I need help plugging in numbers for x and y. The numbers don't have to be the same for each question.

asked by Emily on September 13, 2012
10. ### how to work this

Estimate 15.264 - 8.12 by first rounding each number to the nearest tenth. is the rounding answer 15.264=15.300 8.12=8.10

asked by PLS Check on May 4, 2012

More Similar Questions