how do I demonstrate algebraically that the equaitons: (X-2)^2+ 1 and (-x-2)^2 +1 are equivalent? well my guess is that if i expand it it will equal the same maybe? so this is what i have done so far: (x-2)^2+1 (X^2+4X+4)+1 now
. A school has conducted an exam for the 8th grade and published the results in the table. Find the measure of the central angle that would represent the percent of students who took German in the 8th grade.
Me and my friend are making our own 8th grade binder, you know like writing down planns for our 8th grade year. Here are the sections: - To-Do-List - Doodles (if you are bored) - Projects that are do (school plans) - Graduation
On my math worksheet it says, and I quote "Describe the following pattern(s) and determine the next two terms:" and then this little booger comes up. And honestly, I can't figure it out for the life of me! So if you could help it