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Type: Posts; User: taragbeh
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X=3
Thank you
This is how i figure it out. Please let me know if I am correct.
y=mx+b
2=m(3)+2
2=3m+2
3m=2-2
m=0 (undefine)
Not sure if I understand. Can you explain some more. I have not done this one
y+3=-3(x-6) Sorry it was an error with the equal sign
y+3=-3x+18
y=-3x+18-3
y=-3x+15
Is this correct?
Hey Guys can you let em know if I am on the right track. Sometimes I messed up with the negative/postive.
Write the equation in slope-intercept form.
y+3+-3(x-6)
y+3=-3x-18
y=3x-18-3...
Hi All can you please assist. I am not sure what this is asking.
Find the equation of the line in the form of y=mx+b if possible:
The line through (3,2) with undefine slope.
You have forgotten this: "Write clear definitions so you never are confused."
If you had this staring at you on the page:
n = the lesser of my two odd integers
n + 2 = the greater of my two...
n+(n+2)=56
n+n+2+56
2n+2-2=56-2
2n=54
n=27, 28
I hope this is correct now
Got 28 & 30
the consective odd numbers for 56 is what?
Ok I am rusty at this but thanks
L=24
so therefore P= 2(24+6)
P= 60
I am trying to figure it out but not sue what i am doing but i am really trying.
ok so if
p=2l + 36
NO. Hint: w(4w) = 144[/quote]
Ok the perimetre is 36
The perimeter is 72. Is that correct?
What do you mean about your statement?
the 2 odd intergers are 53 and 3. Is this correct?
I am still working on the perimeter
Ok guys I am really rusty now- Its been over 10 years I haven't done math really need the hlep.
Question 1: The length of a rectangl is 4 times its width. If the area is 144cm2 (thats square),...
Thanks y'all for the help
You went astray right off. (1/3)(1/2) = 1/6[/quote]
Can you show me the steps from the beginning to the end. this one is abig confusing and tricky. Thanks
Why would you do that?
3 - 3(5-4) = 3 - 3(1) = 3-3 = 0 -- Much easier.
Isn't zero = zero? This seems a good result. Where is the confusing part? You were to find a value of x for which the...
What did you get, when you plugged "-450" back into the original equation?
Eliz.[/quote]
Both sides equal to -85
Does all the equations have to equal? This questions came under the topic Indenties, conditional equations and inconsistent equation
The question is y + 1/2 = -1/3(x + 1/2)
Solving a variable so that y=mx+b
This is hard but please let me know if I am on the rght track and if my answer is correct
y+1/2 = -1/3 (x+ 1/2)
y + 1/2 = -1/3x -2/6 (multiply and remove th braccket)
y = 1/3x - 2/6 - 1/2...