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)
Factor the polynomial below, if prime say so. Section 6.5 Reference: Examples 3 and 4 Factor each polynomial completely. If a polynomial is prime say so. Note: See page 303 "Factoring a Difference or Sum of Two Cubes" to factor (m3+n3). This is a good example of factoring by long division and leads to the formula below
Given the following equation (see attachment), please factor our the greatest common factor.
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.
(2u^3 - 13u^2 - 8u + 7)/(u-7)
Please use scientific notation to reduce the following fraction ((3.5x10^-8)(4.4x10^-4))/(2.43x10^45)
Multiplication of Binomials: - Use FOIL - Use distributive property *Please see attachment for expression
Simplify the following expression: (see attachment) Hint: The first step is to make the radical a perfect cube (so that exponent equals index) so as to eliminate the radical from the denominator. Note: A radical expression of index n is in simplified form if it has: ? no perfect nth powers as factors of the radicand ?
Ronnie invested P dollars in a 2-year CD with an annual rate of return of r. After the CD rolled over two times, its value was P((1+r)2)3. Which law of exponents can be used to simplify the expression? Simplify the expression.
Question: After leaving moose jaw, Hanson drove 200 kilometers at x km/hr and then decreased his speed by 20 km/hr and drove 240 additional kilometers. Make a table by writing a rational expression for his total traveling time. Evaluate the expression for x=100.
May I have step by step solutions to help me. thank you! I have the questions below as well as an attached word and pdf file. 1. Graph each equation to find the solution of the system. x - 2y = 4 2x + y = 6 2. Draw a line on the grid (the Cartesian plane) so that the system of no equations has NO solution. 3. Darle
Extracting metals from ore: Thomas Sherwood studied the relationship between the concentration of a metal in commercial ore and the price of the metal. The accompanying graph shows the Sherwood plot with the locations of several metals marked. Even though the scales on this graph are not typical, the graph can be read in the sam
This is the ultimate in weak acid base type problems, including tips on how to calculate pH, Ka, Kb, for simple monoprotic acids as well as for diprotic acids.
Generic weak acid base equilibria, with examples of numbers given, as well as diprotic acid example.
I need to solve a system of vector loop equations, using the Newton-Raphson method and find the (x,y) coordinates of the coupler point. This problem (NEW ATTACHMENT) is listed in "Applied Numerical Methods for Engineers and Scientists" by Singiresu S. Rao: problem 2.3, page 139.
(i) Use the tabulated data and Newton's method of divided differences to (a) calculate the degree three interpolating polynomial based on x_0, x_1, x_2, x_3 and (b) calculate the degree four interpolating polynomial based on x_0, x_1, x_2, x_3, x_4. x_k || 0 | -1 | 1 | 3 | 2 y_k || 5 | 15 | 3 | 47 | 9 (Use exact arithmeti
I am having diffilculties understanding the whole concept of Real Numbers and Their Properties, Real Numbers, Fractions, Addition and Subtraction of Real Numbers, Exponential Expressions and the Order of Operations, Properties of the Real Numbers and Using the Properties to Simplify Expressions. What I need is a break-down of th
There is a law stating that the ratio of the width to length for the American flag should be 10 to 19
There is a law stating that the ratio of the width to length for the American flag should be 10 to 19. Is a flag measuring 30 feet by 57 feet the correct ratio? why or why not
Case study concerning interpretation of: - Logit regression - Explanatory variables - Dummy variables - Statistical tests Additional information can be found in the attachment.
Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. Consider the inhomogeneous Helmholz equation in spherical coordinates.... ... FIND that solution to this equation which (i) is spherically symmetric, i.e. independent of theta and phi. (ii) is finite at ... (iii) expresses an outgoing wave i.e. ... at large (
Graph each inequality, use test point method and write the solution. 3y-5x>or equal to 15
Consider the following expressions: Y>3x+2 y<3x+3 Graph these expressions using either Excel or Word.
Consider the following: y>x and x>3. Now, knowing this, graph y>x and x>3.
The following tables form part of a database held in a relational DBMS: Hotel (hotelNo, hotelName, city) Room (roomNo, hotelNo, type, price) Booking (hotelNo, guestNo, dateFrom, dateTo, roomNo) Guest (guestNo, guestName, guestAddress) where Hotel contains hotel details and hotelNo is the primary key; Room contains room d
Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. A. i) Find the natural logarithms of the values given as Items 8 and 9 on the worksheet. (Give your answer to 3d.p. where appropriate). ii) Refer to Item 10 on your worksheet. Using common logarithms find the value of 'x' and check your answer by numerical subst
1. Find all zeros for f(x)=x^4-15x^3+70x-156 2. Solve 3^x+2=65 Round your answer 3 decimal places. 3. Solve 6^4x+5=3^7x-1 Round your answer 3 decimal places. 4. Solve logx=4.952 Round your answer to 3 decimal places. 5. Solve 2^3x=3^4x-2 Round your answer to 3 decimal places. Please
Write recursion formula for series an = 1/2n
Sometimes a slight change in a problem can significantly alter the form of its solution. For example, find a simple algorithm for solving the following problem and classify it using big-theta notation: Divide a group of people into two disjoint subgroups (of arbitrary size) such that the difference in the total ages of the m
Category: Statistics Subject: Brownian Bridge Details: Let B(t) denote a process of Brownian motion. Let Q(t) be a Brownian Bridge process. Then, B(t)=(1+t) Q(t/(t+1)). Using the fact that P(max((b+B(t))/(1+t))>a)=exp(-2a(a-b)) show that for a Brownian Bridge Q(t) P(max(Q(u)>a)=exp(-2 a^2) where 0<=u<=1
Alice chooses two large prime numbers p and q. She finds their product, m=pq which is public. She also finds n= (p-1)(q-1) which is private. She chooses e which is a number relatively prime to n and finds d= the inverse of e (mod n). The number e is public and the number d is private. When Bob wants to send a message x (a number