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Sale managers normally want to increase revenue R by selling more. For example, a manager may know by experience that revenue R will increase or decrease according to the following mathematical linear model for a a sales price P and quantity sold Q of a certain commodity: P=Po +-px [This represents a linear equation with positi
The fundamental formula for such problems is where d represents the distance covered when moving at a speed s during a length of time t. This formula can be solved for s or t (if d is in miles and t is in hours, then s has the units of miles/hour) Smith bicycled 45 miles going east from Durango, and Jones bicycled 7
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If (xo,yo) is a solution of the Linear Diophantine equation ax + by = c , then the set of solutions of the equation consists of all integer pairs (x,y), where either x = xo + tb/d and y = yo - ta/d ( t = ........,-2,-1,0,1,2,........) or , x = xo - tb/d and y = yo + ta/d ( t = .........,-2,-1,0,1,2,......
Express and explain -15.6x10^-20 as an integer multiple of 2.3x10^-20
A taste test with 200 randomly selected people found that only three of them said that they would buy a box of new Sweet Wheats cereal. How many boxes could the manufacturer expect to sell in a country of 280 million people? Question also in attachment
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Could I please get step-by-step solutions to these problems to help me understand? I have attached a pdf file and a word file, they have the same questions. Thank you very much (rewrite using only positive exponents, calculate equations, simplify, Pythagorean Theorem,Graph the inequality,Rationalize the denominator, Solve by
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Solve for X See Attached for equation -2x^2 - 2x + 24 = 0 Pg. 313 # 48 Solve for x Section 6.6/Quadratic equations by factoring Reference: Examples 4 and 5 Check The original equation
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Sale managers normally want to increase revenue R by selling more. For example, a manager may know by experience that revenue R will increase or decrease according to the following mathematical linear model for a a sales price P and quantity sold Q of a certain commodity: P=Po +-px [This represents a linear equation with posi
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Problem 1 Use grouping to factor the following polynomial completely. x^3 + ax + 3a + 3x^2 Note: Factoring means to express a polynomial or a number as a product of its factors (in the case of polynomials, the factors are prime polynomials).
After a heavy snowfall, Brian can shovel the entire driveway in 30 minutes. If his younger brother Allen helps, the job takes only 20 minutes. If we let x represent the time for Allen to clear the entire driveway by himself, write an expression for the following: ? Rate of work (job/minute=1 driveway/minute) by Brian ? Rate of
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Perform the indicated operation. Reduce each answer to lowest terms (see attachment)
Please explain each equation using the quadratic formula (see attached)
1. Solve by factoring: 2x^2 + 5x = 3 3. Solve by using the square root property: 3x^2 = 16 6. Solve by completing the square: 2x^2 - 3x - 4 = 0 7. Solve using the quadratic equation: 2x^2 - 3x - 4 = 0 (See attachment for all questions)
Given the following equation (see attachment), please factor our the greatest common factor.
F= mv^2 for r - r 1= 1+1 for r - r r1 r2 V=4r2 h for h - 3 Can you please help and give a detail explanation on to solve these equations with a step by step process, please ,, Thank You,, Rudy
5 log10 (x-2)=11 & 8^-2^-x=431 p=5000(1-4/4+e-0.002x) Find the demand for a price of (a) p=600 and (b) p=400
A.) Use the Principle of Mathematical Induction to prove that n3 > n2 + 3 for all n ≥ 2. b.) Use mathematical induction to prove that every amount of postage of six cents or more can be formed using 3-cent and 4-cent stamps.
If Sergio drove 300 miles (m) at (x+10) miles per hour(m/hr), the how many hours did he drive? Use the formula for "t" given above.