a) What is the area of the tri-angle determined by the lines y= − 1/ 2x + 5,y =6x and they-axis?

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  1. math

    a) What is the area of the tri-angle determined by the lines y= − 1/ 2x + 5,y =6x and they-axis? (b) If b > 0 and m < 0, then the line y = mx +b cuts off a triangle from the first quadrant. Express the area of that tri-angle in terms ofm andb. (c) The lines y = mx...
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  9. Pre-Calc

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  39. Statics

    If both the projection Pa and component Fb of the force F are 305 N, determine the magnitude F and the orientation è of the b-axis. The angle between the negative y axis and the a- axis is 70 degrees. The angle between the negative y axis and the force F is 108 degrees. I ...
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  43. math

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  46. math

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  48. geometry

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  49. Physics

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    Seeking step by step help with this question...Thank you much. Let f(x) =|9x|. For the area above the x-axis and between the lines x= -9 and x=18
  54. Calculus

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  56. Physics

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  77. algebra

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