(1) Stephanie, the Team Manager of a soccer team, purchases many soccer balls from a retailer and sells them to all the players at her soccer club at a price of x dollars each. She can sell 600 - 15x balls per week. Find a polynomial ...
(2) One side of a rectangular backyard is 2 meters longer than the other. If the diagonal is ...
(3) Little Johnny invested $10,000. He put part of it in a bank at 5 percent interest. He put the remainder in bonds ...
(A professor found that he needed more than $2,500 per year return on his investments to live comfortably in retirement. If he invested $10,000 at 7%, how much must he invest at 9% to attain his goal? ...
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What type of Algebraproblems covered in an Algebra 1 course do you find to be the most challenging? Why? What did you learn from the experience of an Algebra 1 course and how did you overcome this challenge? If you could provide some tips or advice to new Algebra 1 students, what would you share with them?

If the perimeter of a rectangle is 10 inches, and one side is one inch longer than the other, how long are the sides? Can you show me the steps to take to work out this and similar problems.

1. The surface area S of a right prism is given by S = 2B + Ph.
B is the area of the base.
P is the perimeter of the base.
And h is the height of the prism. Solve for B.
2. The length of a rectangle is five times its width. If the area of the rectangle is 500m², find its perimeter.
3. The sum of two numbers is grea

Find values of a, b and c ( if possible) such that the system of linear equations has (a) unique solution (b) no solution (c) an infinite number of solutions
x+ y = 0
y + z= 0
x +z =0
ax+by+cz=0

With referrence to the last solutions u posted to me,may you please check no 1 I have a different solution from my workings.I not sure which one is correct,but I think mine might be.If so may u please edit the document because I failed to do so.I will use this over and over.

Look what stress does. I submitted the wrong problems to you for help. Please help me with the following 18 problems - I submitted the incorrect problems.
#17)
2x + 3
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x^2 - 16
#33)
w^2 - 49
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w + 7
#77)
2x^12
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4x^3
#87)
-2x - 4
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x^2 - 5

1) Use the echelon method to solve the system of two equations in two unknowns.
9x+8y=72
-6x-3y=-48
Solve the problem.
2) Linda invests $25,000 for one year. Part is invested at 5%, another part at 6%, and the rest at 8%. The total income from all 3 investments is $1600. The income from the 5% and 6% investments is the sam