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Comment from student: That works, thx. --------- I tried to set up 3 eqns with the 3 variables. The sum = 12, or s for a general solution. The sine law is a 2nd eqn ----------- For a 3rd, I had the eqns for the area: Area = ab*sin80 = ac*sin70 = bc*sin30 It gets messy.

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Comment from student: Maria granillo deposited \$1050 in a new credit union savings account on the first of a quater. The principal earns 5.75% annual interest compounded quaterly. she made no other deposits or withdrawals. What was the amount in her account at the end of six months?

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Comment from student: I am sorry, I need to know the annual profit in thousands of dollars is given a function for p(x)= -.1x^2+50x-300 .describe the meaning of the number -.1 .the meaning of the number -300 .find the for 5 diffrent values of x .graph the profit function over its given domain .will this function have a maximum, if so what? Thank you so much for your help, with this problem :)