Using the two attachments:
1. Prepare an analysis of the PACCAR transactions, employing the equations approach demonstrated in Exhibit 16-1 Show all amounts in millions of dollars ( simplicity, only a few major transactions are illustrated here.)
2. Prepare an income statement for the month ended January 31 and balance shee

In using the factoring method of solving quadratic equations, we put it in the form:
(x+a)(x+b) = 0, where a and b are two constants (think of them as two `numbers').
If the right-hand side of this equation is not zero (let us say, another constant "c"), do you think it can be solved? If so, how? If not, why not?

Find the two solutions to the following equation by the method of "completing the square." The answers are Z = -1 and Z = 7. Your solution must show all the steps in completing the square, starting with the given equation.

Help with 3 incircled problems on attachment.
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For each initial approximation, determine graphically what happens if Newton's method is used...
Use Newton's method to approximate the indicated root of the equation...
Use Newton's method to find all roots of the equation...

1. Use Gaussian elimination to complete this system of equations.
2x+3y+z-w=4
X+ y -z+w=7
3x-2y+3z-2w=-10
x-y-z+w=3.
2. Use gauss-jordan elimination to solve this system of equation.
a. x+2y+z=-2
x+y-2z+5
2x-y+z=3
b. X+ y+ z=1
2x+3y-4z=6