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 Age_Word_Problems/328034: Ayie is 8 yrs. old than Icas. The sum of their age is 32. How old is each now?1 solutions Answer 234924 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-08-02 11:24:04 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let x=icas age x+8= ayie age x+x+8=32 2x+8=32 2x=24 x=12 icas x+8=20 ayie The sum of their ages is 32 so it checks!! For additional help on WORD PROBLEMS, please see my own website for a LOT of FREE resources. Click on my tutorname "rapaljer" anywhere in algebra.com. Once you find my Homepage, look for "Basic, Intermediate, and College Algebra: One Step at a Time". There you will find my own user-friendly explanation for just about all the topics in algebra. Choose "Basic Algebra", then look in "Chapter 1" for "Sections 1.09 and 1.10". Many of my exercises in this section are solved in the "MATH IN LIVING COLOR" sections that go with this. There you will find an explanation that will probably be a lot easier to understand than your own expensive textbooks!! My materials are all free. Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Triangles/328006: if the measures of angles of an triangle in the ratio of 1:2:3, and if the perimeter of the triangle is 30 + 10 sqrt(3), what is the length of the smallest side ?1 solutions Answer 234921 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-08-02 11:20:47 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!If the angles are in a ratio of 1:2:3, then let x = smallest angle. The other angles are 2x and 3x respectively, so x + 2x + 3x=180 6x=180 x=30 2x=60 3x=90 This is a 30-60-90 triangle, so the sides are in a ratio of 1:2:. Let y= first side 2y= second side (hypotenuse of right triangle!) = third side Perimeter= Therefore, y=10. The smallest side is 10, the second side is 20, and the third side is . The perimeter checks!! For additional help on GEOMETRY, please see my own website. Click on my tutorname "rapaljer" anywhere in algebra.com, and look for "Topics from Geometry" near the bottom of the page. Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Linear-systems/328024: The perimeter of a rectangle is 196 inches. The length exceeds the width by 44 inches. Find the length and width???1 solutions Answer 234912 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-08-02 10:59:15 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let x = width x+44 = length 2W + 2 L = P 2(x)+2(x+44)=196 2x+2x +88=196 4x=196-88 4x=108 x=27 width x+44=27+44=71 length Check: 2*27+2*71 54+142 196 It checks!! For additional help on WORD PROBLEMS, please see my own website for a LOT of FREE resources. Click on my tutorname "rapaljer" anywhere in algebra.com. Once you find my Homepage, look for "Basic, Intermediate, and College Algebra: One Step at a Time". There you will find my own user-friendly explanation for just about all the topics in algebra. Choose "Basic Algebra", then look in "Chapter 1" for "Sections 1.09 and 1.10". Many of my exercises in this section are solved in the "MATH IN LIVING COLOR" sections that go with this. There you will find an explanation that will probably be a lot easier to understand than your own expensive textbooks!! My materials are all free. Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Probability-and-statistics/328027: The source of federal government revenue for a specific year is 50% from individual income taxes 32% from social insurance payroll taxes 10% from corporate income taxes 3% from excise taxes 5% other If revenue is selected at random, what is the probability that it comes from individual or corporate income taxes? 1 solutions Answer 234909 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-08-02 10:49:34 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!You can add the first three categories or numbers together, or it will be easier to add the last two numbers 3% +5%=8%, and subtract from 100%, which gives you 92%. Dr. Rapalje
 Travel_Word_Problems/327938: how long does it take to travel 4.25 kilometers travelling at 5 kilometers per hour1 solutions Answer 234848 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-08-02 00:31:55 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! hours .85*60= 51 minutes Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Graphs/327935: Name the parts of a graph?1 solutions Answer 234847 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-08-02 00:20:55 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!What do you mean, like the abscissa, which is the x axis? And the ordinate, which is the y axis???
 logarithm/327865: log 16 to the 4th power1 solutions Answer 234846 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-08-02 00:18:50 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! Remember the law of exponents, when you raise a power to a power, you multiply the exponents!! Is this what you meant? For more help with LOGARITHMS, I have a LOT of FREE resources on my own website. To find my website, click on my tutorname "rapaljer" anywhere in algebra.com. Once you find my Homepage, look for "Rapalje Videos in Living Color". Choose "College Algebra", then look for the videos "Logarithms Part I and Part II." The video, and ALL my videos, are FREE! You may need to download RealPlayer if you do not have it, but this is a FREE download as well. I also have a complete written explanation of LOGARITHMS that is written for people who have trouble understanding math! To see this, look on my Homepage for the link "Basic, Intermediate, and College Algebra". Then choose "College Algebra" and look for Chapter 4. There are also a lot of problems solved in my "MATH IN LIVING COLOR" pages. Again, look in "College Algebra." Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Linear-systems/327930: 3y-1 < 8y-3 use set builder notation to describe the complete solution?? please help1 solutions Answer 234836 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-08-02 00:05:17 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!3y-1<8y-3 Subtract 8y from each side: 3y-8y-1<8y-8y-3 -5y-1<-3 Add +1 to each side -5y-1+1<-3+1 -5y<-2 Divide both sides by -5, and don't forget to REVERSE the sign because you divided by a NEGATIVE number: Set builder notation is {y|y>2/5}, which is read: THE SET of all values of Y, SUCH THAT, y>2/5. Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Complex_Numbers/327925: what is the 100th term and the nth term of 3, 9, 27, 81, 243.....1 solutions Answer 234826 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-08-01 23:54:40 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! approximately Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Numeric_Fractions/327927: how much money will rent and utilities cost?1 solutions Answer 234824 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-08-01 23:52:07 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!It depends upon where you live! Call it a "variable" expense!!
 Exponents/327933: 1.Write each in exponential form. (a)The 4th root of 2 (you know,kinda like the sqrt root...) This is my last question of this course and they never taught me the "4th root".How would I write this out???? PLEASE HELP!! Thank you in advance :)1 solutions Answer 234822 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-08-01 23:50:05 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!RADICAL FORM ------->>> EXPONENTIAL FORM really means . A fourth root means "what number would you raise to the fourth power to get a particular number?" For example, the fourth root of 16 means what number would you raise to the 4th power to get 16? The answer is 2. because because etc. Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 real-numbers/324269: ( 1)^3 - - ( 5)1 solutions Answer 232087 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-20 23:03:07 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Do you mean or do you mean . In the first case, the answer is 1/125, the second is 1/5. Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida
 Rectangles/324218: If the area of the trapezoid is 234 square units, calculate the length of the longer base1 solutions Answer 232076 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-20 22:35:59 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!There is not enough information to solve this, unless you want a formula for length in terms of the other variables. Did you want a formula? Dr. Robert J. Rapalje
 Finance/324260: I am working on this rational expression and wondering if I have the right answer could I please get help if I don't? 4x² ÷ 2x^9 My answer is 2 ÷ x^71 solutions Answer 232073 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-20 22:32:40 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!CORRECT!!!
 Polynomials-and-rational-expressions/324230: what makes rational expressions different from polynomial expressions?1 solutions Answer 232072 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-20 22:31:02 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Rational expressions assume that "RATIOS" (i.e., FRACTIONS!) are involved. With polynomial expressions, you have only polynomials, like ax^3 + bx^2 +cx +d, etc. Does that help??? Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired
 Equations/324257: hello can someone please help me with this problem: Give an example of an identity involving a system of three equations in three unknowns. please help me with this problem! (:1 solutions Answer 232071 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-20 22:23:30 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!An identity would be like three equations that are actually "identically" the same! How about x+y+z=5 2x+2y+2z=10 3x+3y+3z=15 All three equations are actually the same! This would be an identity, right??? An additional thought comes to mind. Each of these equations represents a PLANE in 3-dimensions. Did you notice that in the second equation, if you divide both sides by 2, you get the same equation as the first equation. Likewise, if you divide both sides of the third equation by 3, then you get exactly the same equation. So, the three equations that I gave as my example all represent exactly the SAME plane. Each equation is IDENTICALLY the same, so that's why we call this an IDENTITY. Any solution of one equation will automatically be a solution of the other two equations as well. Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired
 Quadratic_Equations/324243: x2+x-3=3 solution1 solutions Answer 232070 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-20 22:20:21 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!This is NOT a LINEAR equation!! Because of the x^2 in the problem, it is a QUADRATIC EQUATION, which must be solved by completely different methods. The first step, you must set the equation equal to zero. In this case, subtract 3 from each side: x^2+x-3=3 x^2+x-3-3=3-3 x^2+x-6=0 Next, you have to HOPE that the trinomial on the left side of the equation will FACTOR! In this case IT DOES!! (x+3)(x-2)=0 Next, set each factor equal to zero, and solve: x+3=0 x=-3 x-2=0 x=2 By the way, I think I have a fairly simple explanation of this topic that you may find easier to understand than your own textbook! Go to my website by clicking on my tutor name "rapaljer" anywhere in algebra.com. Then click on my website that will be given there. From the Homepage of my website, look for the link "Basic, Intermediate, and College Algebra: One Step at a Time." Choose "Basic Algebra". There you will find my COMPLETE curriculum for first level algebra. This topic of Quadratic Equations just happens to be in Chapter 2, so click on "Chapter 2" and look for "Section 2.09 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring." There you will find my own explanation of this topic, which I wrote especially for students who have trouble understanding math! Also, a LOT of the problems here are solved in the "MATH IN LIVING COLOR" pages that go with the sections in this curriculum. I really believe math is NOT as hard as it looks, and if you get a good explanation, you CAN do it!! Get lots of help, and get lots of practice. If you like the website, please recommend my website to family and friends!! Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Linear_Equations_And_Systems_Word_Problems/324252: A company has income of \$100,000 before paying taxes and a bouns. The bouns B is to be 20% of the income after deducting income taxes. T but before deducting the bouns so B=0.20(100,000 -T)1 solutions Answer 232068 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-20 22:06:43 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!What was the question here?
 Quadratic-relations-and-conic-sections/323848: what is the length of the major axis of (x+2)^2 + 2(y-2)^2 = 49 i think you divide both sides by 49 but after that i am lost thank you1 solutions Answer 231766 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-19 21:16:08 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!You are correct to divide both sides by 49, in order to set the equation equal to 1. Then, in the y portion of the equation, you have to invert the 2 coefficient. So in this ellipse, a^2=49 and b^2 = 49/2. The larger of these two is a=7, so the major diameter is 14. Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 logarithm/323828: Write as a single log: -2log3 - 3log2 + log61 solutions Answer 231764 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-19 21:09:24 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!It may help to re-write this: log6 -2log3 -3log2 or -log12 I have a LOT of resources about LOGARITHMS on my own website. Please click on my tutor name "rapaljer" anywhere in algebra.com. Click on my webaddress that is given there. From my Homepage, look for the link "Basic, Intermediate, and College Algebra: One Step at a Time." Choose "College Algebra", and look in Chapter 4 for my entire explanation of LOGARITHMS. Here you will find my own curriculum, complete with explanations, examples, exercises, and ALL the answers, which my own students found much easier to understand than traditional textbooks. These lessons are supported by my "MATH IN LIVING COLOR" pages, where the hardest problems are solved in COLOR! In addition to this written explanation of Logarithms, I have TWO videos that were made in my own classes a few years before I retired. To access these videos, look for "Rapalje Videos in Living Color" on my Homepage. Choose "College Algebra" and look for the videos "Logarithms Part I" and "Logarithms Part II." The videos and all the resources on the website are FREE. I spent my career trying to make math understandable to students who have trouble with math. I hope you will like my website and recommend it to friends who need help with math!!! Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Functions/323837: Find all vertical asymptotes (if any) of the function f(x) = x/(x^2 - 16)1 solutions Answer 231763 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-19 20:57:20 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Vertical asymptotes occur at a value of x where the denominator would equal zero and the numerator is NOT zero. In this case, x^2-16=0 (x-4)(x+4)=0 x=4 and x=-4 Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Functions/323839: Find all horizontal asymptotes (if any) of the function f(x) = (x^2 + 13x - 5)/(x + 2)1 solutions Answer 231762 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-19 20:54:22 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!There are NO horizontal asymptotes. Horizontal asymptotes can ONLY occur when the degree of the numerator equals the degree of the denominator. Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired
 Polynomials-and-rational-expressions/323840: a2b + 3a2 + 2b + 61 solutions Answer 231761 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-19 20:52:02 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!This appears to be a FACTORING problem! This is a GROUPING problem in which you group the first two and the last two terms: Now, take out the common factor of (b+3): If you need an additional explanation on FACTORING, please see my own website. Click on my tutor name "rapaljer" anywhere in algebra.com. Click on my webaddress that is given there. From my Homepage, look for the link "Basic, Intermediate, and College Algebra: One Step at a Time." Choose "Basic Algebra", and look in Chapter 2 for "Section 2.07 Factoring by Grouping". Here you will find my own curriculum, complete with explanations, examples, exercises, and ALL the answers, which my own students found much easier to understand than traditional textbooks. These lessons are supported by my "MATH IN LIVING COLOR" pages, where the hardest problems are solved in COLOR! I also have several videos from a few years before I retired. These videos can be accessed FREE from my Homepage by clicking on the link "Rapalje Videos in Living Color." There are videos on FACTORING in both "Basic Algebra" and "Intermediate Algebra." All the videos and all the other pages on my website are FREE. I spent my career trying to make math understandable to students who have trouble with math. I hope you will like my website and recommend it to friends who need help with math!!! Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Functions/323832: Find the domain of the rational function f(x) = (x^3 + 2x^2 + x + 1)/(x^2 + 3x + 2)1 solutions Answer 231759 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-19 20:41:16 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!To determine the domain, it is essential that the DENOMINATOR NOT EQUAL ZERO! the numerator is actually irrelevant! In this case, the forbidden values are values of x such that x^2 +3x +2=0 (x+2)(x+1)=0 x=-2, x=-1 Domain is all real values of x, provided that x is NOT -1 or -2. For additional explanation on DOMAIN, please see my own website. Click on my tutor name "rapaljer" anywhere in algebra.com. Click on my web address that is given there. From my Homepage, look for the link "MATH IN LIVING COLOR." Choose either "Intermediate Algebra", and look in Chapter 5 or choose "College Algebra" in Chapter 2 for the topic "Functions, Domain, and Range." There you will find my own explanation with lots of examples solved IN COLOR!! My own students found this much easier to understand than traditional textbooks. I also have videos from my own classes a few years before I retired that are available FREE from the website. From my Homepage, click on the link "Rapalje Videos in Living Color," and choose either "Intermediate Algebra" or "College Algebra" depending upon the level you are able to understand. Look for the topic "Functions, Domain, and Range." I spent my career trying to make math understandable to students who have trouble with math. I hope you will like my website and recommend it to friends who need FREE help with math!!! Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Miscellaneous_Word_Problems/323827: The perimeter of a rectangle is 106 inches. The length exceeds the width by 19 inches. Find the length and the width.1 solutions Answer 231756 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-19 20:29:29 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let x = width x+19 = length The equation is 2W + 2L = P 2(x) + 2(x+19) = 106 2x+2x+38=106 4x+38=106 4x=106-38 4x=68 x=68/4=17 inches WIDTH x+19=17+19=36 inches LENGTH Check: 2*17+2*36 34+72=106 It checks!!! If you need an additional explanation on WORD PROBLEMS, please see my own website. Click on my tutor name "rapaljer" anywhere in algebra.com. Click on my webaddress that is given there. From my Homepage, look for the link "Basic, Intermediate, and College Algebra: One Step at a Time." Choose "Basic Algebra", and look in Chapter 1 for Sections 1.09 and 1.10. Here you will find my own curriculum, complete with explanations, examples, exercises, and ALL the answers, which my own students found much easier to understand than traditional textbooks. These lessons are supported by my "MATH IN LIVING COLOR" pages, where the hardest problems are solved in COLOR! I spent my career trying to make math understandable to students who have trouble with math. I hope you will like my website and recommend it to friends who need FREE help with math!!! Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus
 Numbers_Word_Problems/323819: what 3 numbers are consecutive numbers equal 15,0001 solutions Answer 231753 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-19 20:15:38 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!The traditional way to solve this problem is to say, Let x= first number x+1= second number x+2= third number The equation is x+x+1+x+2= 15000 3x+3=15000 3x=14997 x=4999 x+1=5000 x+2=5001 HOWEVER, the non-traditional way to solve this is to recognize that if the sum of three consecutive numbers is 15,000, the AVERAGE of the numbers is 5,000. The other two numbers are on either side of this: 4999, 5000, and 5001. Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College
 Rectangles/323817: Find the length of a rectangle if the area is: (4n4-24n) and the width is 4 units.1 solutions Answer 231749 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-19 19:46:04 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!A=L*W, so L=A/W Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired
 Subset/323641: Is A intercept B a subset of B?1 solutions Answer 231738 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-19 18:37:31 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!If you meant "A INTERSECT B" instead of A intercept B", then the answer is YES! A intersect B is always a subset of B. Dr. Rapalje
 Systems-of-equations/323795: What are the pros and cons in using the systems of equations for, graphing, substitution and elimination? What circumstances would be a cause to use a different method?1 solutions Answer 231736 by rapaljer(4667)   on 2010-07-19 18:34:26 (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Graphing method is nice if your equations are all in the form of "y=___" and you happen to have a graphing calculator. However, the disadvantage of the graphing method is accuracy, especially if the solutions do not come out even. I like the substitution method if one of the equations is in the form "y=____" or "x=____", since it is easy to substitute this into the other equation. If both equations are in standard form Ax+By=C, then usually the elimination method will be easiest! For more on this topic, please see my own website. You can click on my tutor name "rapaljer" anywhere in algebra.com. Then click on the link to my website that is given there. From my Homepage, click on the link "Basic, Intermediate or College Algebra: One Step at a Time." Select "Basic Algebra" and look in "Chapter 4" for the topic "Systems of Equations." Dr. Robert J. Rapalje, Retired Seminole State College of Florida Altamonte Springs Campus