
 👍 0
 👎 0
posted by drwls
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

Math
simplify the following expression and show your problem solving strategy x cubed + x squared + x + 1 + 2(x cubed + x squared + x + 1) + 3(x cubed + x squared + x + 1) + ....100( x cubed + x squared + x + 1)
asked by Rose on November 5, 2008 
maths
If A=1+r^a+r^2a+r^3a+.......................to infinity B=1+r^b+r^2b+................to infinity then find a/b=????? Is r^2a supposed to be r^(2a) or a*r^2? In other words, is the a part of the exponent? what the heck is that?
asked by nikhil on November 11, 2006 
math
factor (15a squared bc squared 9a squared b to the fourth c) by finding the gcf I think the answer is either 3abc(5ac  3a cubed) or 3a squared bc(5c  3b cubed) Am i on the right track?
asked by robert on January 31, 2008 
Inter. Algebra
what is the answer to 12x squared y cubed /2xy squared +6xy * y squared +6y+9 /3y cubed +9y squared? You have not written an equation, only an algebraic function, with two variables. You need to add parentheses to clarify the
asked by Andrea on December 2, 2006 
algebra 2
I am so stuck on this factoring thing. how do you solve: 1)15a(squared)b10ab(squared) 2)x(squared)8x8 3) 6p(squared)17p45 4)2r(cubed)+250 5)x(to the 6th power)64 6)x(squared)xy+2x2y 7)x(to 4th power)1
asked by Cass on February 14, 2011 
algebra
x cubed + x squared over x squared  16 times x + 4 over 3x to the fourth power + x cubed  2x squared. i got x + 1 over (x4) (x+1) (3x+2). is this correct?
asked by anonymous on February 7, 2008 
Math
Find the shortcut. Solve these problems. Then find and explain a shortcut method for finding the answer. 52(Squared)  42 (squared) = 82 (Squared)  72 (Squared) = 122 (Squared)  112 (Squared) = 312 (Squared)  302 (Squared) =
asked by Anonymous on December 4, 2014 
math
How do i find the area of a triangle? For example: A squared + b squared= c squared 8.5 squared + 6.4 squared= c squared 72.25 + 40.96= c squared 113.21=c squared 10.6400188=c even tho i thought this was the answer it is not
asked by samantha on August 29, 2008 
MATH
My Math work instructions is place the numbers from least to greatest. 7 squared, 2, 8/2 squared = 2, seven squared, and 8/2 squared. 10 squared, pi, 3.5 = pi, 3.16, 3.5. 220 squared, 10, 100 squared, 11.5 = 10, 220 squared, 100
asked by TAMARA on September 1, 2015 
using patterns
I am having trouble working on number patterns. I have to find the last three numbers of each pattern: 1)17,16,13,12 2)1,2,4,7 3)1,4,9,16 4.) 8,27,64 please help I don't understand amd my parents are trying their best to help me
asked by Kendra on August 24, 2006 
algebra
Find the least common multiple of the monomials. 5a squared, and 16a cubed. Also 17b squared and 3b cubed. Could you show me how to do these. Thank you, Sandy
asked by Logan on October 10, 2012