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If I understand your question correctly, I think what you're describing is a parabola.....

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Without people who can do math, we would not have many of the things we take for granted. We wouldn't have cars, highways, or plane travel--math is required to design and build such things. Tall...

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Seven girls on the bus 7 x 2= 14 legsSeven girls x seven backpacks = 49 backpacks49 backpacks x 7 cats = 343 cats343 cats x 4 legs each cat = 1,372 legs343 cats x 7 kittens = 2, 401 kittens2,401...

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In a fraction, the top number is called the numerator and the bottom number is called the denominator. To add fractions together, the two denominators have to have the same number on the bottom (a...

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This problem is straightforward if you take it step by step.First, (x + 2)^4 = (x + 2) (x + 2) (x + 2) (x + 2)Step 1 is to begin with (x + 2) (x + 2). To do this, you multiply each of the elements...

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mass- SI unit kg (kilograms) time- SI unit s (seconds) temperature- SI unit K (kelvin) length- SI unit m (meters)

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Music helps with memorizing rote facts. There are things out there like "Multiplication Rap". You can also teach them some of the tricks for certain numbers (like 9s, with the digits of...

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In case you had trouble understanding those two complex definitions, here's a simpler one.First, poly means many, and nomial means name. So, a polynomial has more than one part to it. It is a...

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Physically, it can't be done! For graphing purposes, however, create line segments at right angles to a 3D object:It is impossible (not unlikely or not yet possible, but impossible, actually shown...

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How to Answer Questions--go to the questions and answers section using the tabs at the top. Select "unanswered" from the pull down menus above the questions. select Math from the types...

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Since the two parenthetical expressions are added, we can simply ignore the parentheses. (If they were subtracted, all the +s and -s in the second one would have to be switched.)Now just find the...

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1) Use the formula y2-y1 and divide by x2-x1 therefore -8-4 = -12 and -2 - 4 = -6 then you take -12 and divide by -6 and your slope = 2. You could double check this by graphing the two points...

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The inequality is:2x + 4y </= 12 [that should be < on top of _ , for less than or equal to, but I can't type that here]so, x is the number of bunches of bananas (at \$2 each) and y is the...

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Translate the problem into the commission. You know thatsalary + commission = pay250 + 20% of sales = 975Since you are looking for sales, let that be x. 20% is 0.20. "Of" means...

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This is a proportions problem, Fruit Juice / Gingerale. First, get all your units the same, so 700ml = .7 L. Now set up the proportion:1.5 L Fruit Juice / .7 L Gingerale = x L Fruit Juice /...

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1) (8n^3 - 2n^4)(3n^5)= 24n^8 - 6n^9 = 6n^8 ( 4 - n) =====> n = 0 or n = 4 2) (5x^8 + 4x^4 + 2x^3 + 11x^2) 2x^2 = 10x^10 + 8x^6 + 4x^5 + 22x^4 = 2x^4 ( 5x^6 + 4x^2 + 2x + 11) ======> x =...

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1/2 * 1/2 * 1/3 x = 61/12 x = 6x=72 dollarsCheck:1/2 * 1/2 * 1/3(72) = 61/4 * 24 = 66=6

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( X - 2 + 4 (3)^0.5) ( x - 2 - 4(3)^0.5) = X^2 - 4x + (2-4(3)^0.5) (2+4(3)^0.5= X^2 - 4x + 4 - 16 (3)= x^2 - 4x - 44

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Lets start with the current time and assume that the remaining minutes equal mthen the current time is 5:00 - mnow forty minutes ago...... 5:00 - m - 40 = 4m + 2:00 4:20 -m...

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1.1a.) 2 + 13x^2 - 2(x^2+4x^3)1b.) 2 + 13x^2 - 2x^2 + 8x^31c.) 2 + 11x^2 + 8x^31d.) 8x^3 + 11x^2 + 2

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The segment joining the midpoints of the two diagonals is parallel to the bases and equal to one half of the difference of the bases.A = longer baseB = shorter basethe segment = (A - B) / 23 = (97...

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x - (y+\$2+\$3) = \$1x - y - \$5 = \$1x - y -\$5 + \$5 = \$1 + \$5x - y = \$6y = 1/5xx - (1/5x) = \$6(4/5)x = \$6(4/5)x * 5 = \$6 * 54x = \$304x / 4 = \$30 / 4x = \$7.5

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In a scalene triangle, all sides have different lengths.

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The Point-Slope equation has the form: y – y1 = m(x – x1) , where m is the slope and x1 and y1 are point coordinates. You're given a point (-4,2) which corresponds to the x1 and y1 coordinates,...

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The easiest way to remember the difference between combinations and permutations is that for permutations, order matters, and for combinations, order does not matter. Since, when you are runing in...

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You'll be fine. Just keep the order you should do the operations in straight (PEMDAS-Please excuse my dear Aunt Sally, to help you remember; parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division,...

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On a graph, the x-intercept is the point when y = 0, and the y-intercept is the point when x = 0. For #1, y = (x/2)*6, if you plug in 0 for x, y = (0/2)*6 = 0, so the y-intercept is 0. If you...

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Convert 4 gal and 1 qt to 17 qts. Then convert 1 gal and 3 qts to 7 qts. Subtract 7qts. from 17qts. and you have 10qts. Divide by 4 and you have 2 1/2 gals. You have to convert then subtract...

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The equation of a line with x-intercept a and y-intercept b is x/a+y/b = 1 Write the equation of the line given in this form. y=5-2x y + 2x = 5 y/5 + (2x)/5 = 1 y/5 + x/(5/2) = 1 This gives the...

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1. 1.5/8 x +110 = 1/8 x +130The easiest thing to start is to get rid of the whole numbers, as much as you can. So subtract 110 from both sides, leaving:a. 1.5/8x = 1/8x + 20To get rid of the...

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This question does not have enough details to answer the question. To determine if the cake will feed 100 people, you would first have to know how big the slices are going to be. If the serving...

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In order to answer this type of question, you need to look at what information is given and what the question is asking first. It says dA/dt = 5, and it is asking for dr/dt. Then, you look at...

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The first thing you must do is subtract \$760 from \$950. The result should be \$190. Then you divide 190.00 by 950.00 and you will get .2 as your answer. This means that the discount for the...

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Let X = the measure of the smallest angle. Then the largest angle is 5X, and the remaining angle is 5X-18. So......X + 5X + (5X-18) = 18011X-18 = 18011X=198X=198/11Then X=18 degrees. I'll leave...

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I agree with frizzyperm--we can't do your homework for you. But here is how, in general to do this type of question.Remember that because there is an "=" sign, it means that whatever you...

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In order to get from one term to the next, you add 3. 8+3 is 11, 11+3 is 14, 14+3 is 17, 17 + 3 is 20. Since you add 3 between terms, the common difference is 3, and that is the number multiplied...

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To figure out the probability (odds) of something happening, what you have to do is count up ALL the possibilities, and then count up how many of them involve the result you are looking for.In this...

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This is a basic probability question that can be solved by using any calculator's cNr key. You select the number of possible desired outcomes (in which a number with no curved lines comes up) and...

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381,654,729 While it would be impossible for me to show all of the work here, there are some basic rules that can help. The first digit can be anything since all whole numbers can be divided by 1....

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OK :-)The 3 classifications of triangles by their sides are:equilateral: all three sides are the sameisosceles: two sides are the samescalene: no sides are the same -- all 3 are different...

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With the numbers you gave, it is simply 24:5If it was 25 inches to 5 inches, then you would be simplifying. The ratio of 25:5 is the same as 5:1. However, since 5 doesn't go into 24 evenly you...

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TThe ratio of boys to girls is 12 to 16, 12:16 or 12/16 (all different ways this can be written). The fraction form 12/16 can be reduced by dividing by the greatest common factor. Both 12 and 16...

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This is proportional math.1760 yards = 1 mileX yards = .75 mileWe agree that 3/4 is equal to .75? So X is then number we are missing? With proportions, you cross multiply, and then divide by...

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You do not need to write the unit, if you are asked for a ratio. It is 11:5, cashews to peanuts (by weight). If you had 16 pounds of nuts with 11 lbs. cashews and 5 lbs peanuts, the ratio would...

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The probability of picking a pen first is 4/11. If that occurs, the probability of then picking a pencil is 3/10 because there are only 10 things left in the drawer. The probability of both those...

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Be careful not to put numbers in the numerator that shouldn't be there. 30 should indeed be the new denominator; you then have 1/2 = 15/30, 2/3 =20/30, and 3/5 =18/30. Adding the fractions, you...

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The rate this individual is running is 100m per 15 seconds (distance/time). So, in order to run 1,000m, or 1 kilometer, it would take 150 seconds (15seconds x 10). 150 seconds is equal to 2.5...

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60:35 = 40:X 60X = 35(40) 60X = 1400 X = 1400/60X =23.33% That a woman will spend between 10-20 dollars.

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Factorials are not too difficult, and are actually sort of fun. The way that you get the answer is by multiplying the number one by two, then that amount by three, then that amount by four all the...

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