It is equivalent to: 32x^2 +88x +21
52x - 7 = 33 - 36x + 4 52x + 36x = 33 + 7 + 4 88x = 44 x = 1/2
It is 8.
-x3+3x2+88x -x(x2-3x-88) -x(x-11)(x+8)
If you mean: 2x-90x+10 then it can be simplified to 10-88x by collecting like terms together.
700 yards so you want to subtract the 2 numbers twice then subtract that answer that you got
11 x 8 hours = $88 per week. Thatis 88x 2 = 176$ biweekly, and over the year x 26 pay periods =176*26 = $4576. It doesn't depend on how often you're paid.
Since the curves are tangent, they have the same slope at that point and the same x and y value at that point.Set equations equal and set slopes equal and solveTogetslope, you need to know calculus first derivativeslope of one equation is dy/dx = 8x +kand the othereqaution slope is dy/dx = 1so youhave4x^2 + kx + 1 = x -88x + k = 14x^2 +kx -x + 9 = 08x + k -1 = 0solve for kk = -11 or +13Another way but with the same answer:-If: y = 4x2+kx+1 and y = x-8Then: 4x2+kx+1 = x-8So: 4x2+kx-x+9 = 0For the line to be tangent with the curve the discriminant b2-4ac must = 0So if: -4*4*9 = -144 then (k-1)2 must = 144So it follows: (k-1)(k-1) = 144 => k2-2k-143 = 0Solving the quadratic equation: k = -11 or k = 13
No, North American area code +1 787 is in Puerto Rico. It is a domestic call from the United States, but not toll-free. Toll-free codes in North America are 800, 888, 877, 866, 855, and 844, with additional codes 833, 822, and 88X in reserve for future use.Area code +1 939 is an overlay on +1 787. Both codes serve all of Puerto Rico.(The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but many countries use different prefixes.)
Multiply the weight of the object on earth by 1/6, then subtract the product from the original weight of the object. Weight=88 lbs. W=88x(1/6) W=14.6666666666666666666666666666667 or 14 and 2/3 W=88-14 and 2/3 Weight on the moon=73.333333333333333333333 or 73 and 1/3 lbs.
885 is reserved for Toll-Free, but is not in use. As of 2013, the toll-free area codes for the US and Canada are 800, 888, 877, 866, 855, and 844. The next codes to be assigned will be 833 and 822. The pattern is, "First digit 8, second and third digits the same." After those are exhausted, the remaining 88X codes will be used.
Toll free codes in US and Canada are 800, 855, 866, 877, and 888. Future toll-free codes include 844, 833, 822, and the remaining 88X codes. In UK they use 0800 code for toll free calls. Area code 262 is a regular area code for Racine and Waukesha, Wisconsin, surrounding but not including Milwaukee.