treshia

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  1. math

    Martha is covering kitchen shelves with shelving paper. She has 6 shelves that are each 1 ¾ feet long. She buys 13 ¼ feet of shelving paper of the correct width. Which equation can be used to determine how much paper she will have left over? would that

    asked on October 15, 2014
  2. algebra

    Suppose that these 15 measurements are respectively labeled x1,x2,..,x15. (Thus,-27 is labeled x1,62 is labeled x2,and so on.) Find. 15 over the sum sign and i=1 under the sum sign(x1 + 43) I ahve no idea how to solve this becaue I never seen this type of

    asked on March 22, 2011
  3. math

    Ms. Jacobs is planning to put a fence around a rectangular part of her yard. She wants the area of the yard inside the fence to be 216 square feet. The fenced part of her yard has a length of 18 feet. Ms. Jacobs wants to put a 3-foot iron gate on one side

    asked on February 3, 2014
  4. math

    The sum of three consecutive integers is 303. If n is the smallest of the three, which equation represents this situation? 3n = 303 3n + 3 = 303 n3 + 3 = 303 n3 + 3n = 303 Need help with this because I have a test Friday on them.

    asked on February 6, 2014
  5. math

    How do you solve this? 5x- [1.5 -3.6] [0.2 1.3] [-0.3 2.8]= [-5.6 1.7] 5x/5[-1.5 -3.6] [0.2 1.3] [0.3 -2.8]=[-5.6 1.7] x = [-1.5 3.6] [0.2 1.3] [0.3 -2.8]=[-5.6 1.7] [-1.5 + 0.2 + 3.6 + 1.3] [0.3 + -5.6 + -2.8 + 1.7] x = [-1.3 4.9] [-5.3 -1.1] I have tried

    asked on October 27, 2014
  6. algebra 2

    The factors of a polynomial are (x + 3)(x - 2)(x + 7). How do the zeros relate to the factors? Can someone explain this to me because I am so lost?

    asked on September 19, 2014
  7. math

    How do you solve this? -3y + 2 [6 9] [27 -18] [-12 15]=[30 6] -3y + 2 [6 9]- [-6 -9] -3y + 2[0 0] [-12 15] [12 -15] = [0 0] -3y + 2 = [27 -18]= -3y [27*2 -18*2] [30 6] [30*2 6*2] -3y =[54 -36] -3y /-3[54/-3 -36/-3] [60 8] = [60/-3 8/-3] y = [-18 12] [-20

    asked on October 23, 2014
  1. math

    Martha is covering kitchen shelves with shelving paper. She has 6 shelves that are each 1 ¾ feet long. She buys 13 ¼ feet of shelving paper of the correct width. Which equation can be used to determine how much paper she will have left over? The chocies

    posted on October 15, 2014