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|Question 6167: how to write algebraic expression? ex;|
7 less than 4 times a number
11 more than half a number
5 mmore than the product of a number and 3
1/2 the difference of a number and 15
I had this in my algebra test last month but I can't remember how to do it nor can I find it in my algebra book. Im a mom helping a child tonight but we are stumped. also im stuck on (reciprocals) 9/8, -3y/5, -2.45 and last but not least (solve) -t/12=2/3, 9a-7a=4 ???? thank you in advance for any help you provide
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|Question 6377: I don't have my book yet and my pretest question asks:|
Find the inverse of: f(x)= x/4 (x over 4). I have no idea what inverse means pertaining to fractions. Thank you!!
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|Question 7402: I am really struggling in math and the book is helping alot because it explanes everything with examples and the problem i am trying to do has no example in the book i am hopeing you can help me solve it or will show me a good example.
#110. Find the reciprocal of the number.
All other questions have fractions but this one dosent.
thank you - Amy
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|Question 9258: Click on the link to solve this problem:|
I'm doing the review section in my calculus class, but it's been over two years since i took any math...
The problem is to find the inverse of an equation, input a given number and solve. However, the review section on inverse only give simple equations, the ones in the homework are more complex..
find the inverse of:
So I made f(x) into "y" and I exhanged it with x so it now looks like
I start solving for y
This is where I start to get stuck I've factored, but it still leaves a y
I've tried to cube root it, but then I still have a y under the radican
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|Question 11975: To whomever answers this question you will need a pencil and paper to draw this problem out! so that you can see exactly what my circle looks like.|
1.draw a small round circle.
2.draw a horozontal dine throuhg the middle.
3.put a dot in the middle of the circle.
4.write 4in. over the dot.
Now your circle looks exactly like mine.
Now here is the question..... Find the circumference of the circle at the right.Now the circle at the right looks like the circle that I just showed you how to draw. And I don't know how to find the circumference of a circle. So can you pleeze help me understand this question? (Oh and the possible answers to this question are .........12.56in, 6.28in, 1,265in, or none of these)
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|Question 12845: Every 5 days Alma rides her skateboard in the park. Every 4 days she bikes to her best friends house. How often does Alma do both?|
I know this is probably easy but I thought I had the answer right and do not. Thanks for any help offered!
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|Question 12956: To whomever gets this problem. I know that this is probably in the wrong catagory but I couldn't find the right one. I don't know if you'll know what a function table looks like so here is how you draw the one mine looks like.But first here is the question...Find the misssing number on the function table. And here is how to draw one.|
1. Draw a rectangle.
2. Draw a horozontal line going through the rectangle.
3. Draw three lines going up and down to seperate the rectangle into four parts.(In all you should have eight squares.)
4. On the top row you should have X 2 4 5.
5. On the bottom row you should have 2x-3 1 5 ?
Here are the answers to my question.....9, 7, 4, or none of these.
Thank you for the help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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|Question 17106: I am trying to solve an inverse operation problem using fractions.
the problem is
I must show work, but am having a problem solving the correct way. I know the answere is 6/11, but how am I finding that.
I have tried
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