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Q: 30 increased by 3 times the square of a number?

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33x2 is the answer.

3x+30let x = "a number"(x+10) = "a number increased by 10"3(x+10) = "3 times a number increased by 10"Expand: 3x+30

no because if you try and times on number to itself you'll never get 30

38

36 is the square number between 30 and 45

30 units.

The only square number of an integer between 20 and 30 is 25, which is equal to the square of Â±5.

36 is a square number between 30 & 40. 36 is 6 squared.

It is equal to: 2 times the square root of 30

10 times pi, 24 times the square root of 2, plenty more (infinitely more).

yes

Since you are looking at area (30 square inches) it is derived by length times width... simply factor out 30. i.e 1x30, 2x15, 3x10, 5x6 those list all the whols number possibilities

It is 30 or -30.

30%

There are two solution: -3 and +2.

200

Neither.

The only square number between 20 and 30 is 25.

Multiply 9 times 30 to get 270 square feet.

There are: 15 times 30 = 450 square feet

24

24 is.

The square root simplifies to six times the square root of five. The decimal form of that is approximately 13.41640786

Take the length times width; I assume the dimensions are in feet so 30 X 30 feet is 900 square feet.

No because the square root of 900 is 30 which is a rational number

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