Based on your understanding of the text, develop three algebraic equations incorporating any combination of variables, radicals, and exponents. For your initial post, post your three equations...
- Based on your understanding of the text, develop three algebraic equations incorporating any combination of variables, radicals, and exponents.
- For your initial post, post your three equations without the solutions.
Basically give me three examples of any of combinations of: variables,radicals and exponents.
I need answered by 11:00 pm EST
Thanks for any help you can provide
- x+5 = 17
- 3x + 2y = 8y - x
variables, radicals and exponents:
- `sqrt(x)` = `y^(2)`
Variable and Radical:
Variables, Radicals and Exponents:
= - 3x
You haven't provided any information on the text you are referring to in the problem based on which the equations have to be created.
Three examples of any equations with combinations of variables, radicals and exponents are:
x - y = 4 ; This equation has two variables that are related such that the sum of the two is equal to 4. This equation has an infinite number of solutions as for any value of either x or y that is chosen their is a different value of y or x respectively that solves the equation.
`sqrt x = sqrt(x^2 - 2)` ; This equation has radicals and can be solved for x by taking the square of both the sides and solving the resulting quadratic equation.
An example with exponents is 2^x = 64; In this case express 64 as a power of 2, the value of x is the exponent of 2.