That's going to depend on the values of 'a', 'b', 'c', and 'f'.
They intersect at points (-2/3, 19/9) and (3/2, 5) Solved by combining the two equations together to equal nought and then using the quadratic equation formula to find the values of x and substituting these values into the equations to find the values of y.
Two plus eleven = thirteen.
Decomposition into decimal digits (or separating out into place values).
The values are: x = -6 and y = 10
The letters 'y', 'm', 'x' plus 'b' in mathematics mean a specific number in an algebraic equation. The objective is to work out what the values of the letters are.
Any two values which total 25
That depends what the values of k and b are.
you have to find the key with the plus and equals symbol. Then push the shift key and the plus/equals key. The "cross" should show up. Plus (+) equals (=). The plus should be above the equals.
144 (square the first value and add the product of the two values). In the statement 7 + 6 should = 91, not 63, which would be 7 + 2.
The values of a and b are 7 and 18 or 18 and 7
Using the discriminant the possible values of k are -9 or 9
Replace a value for x, then solve for y, to find the corresponding value for y. Repeat for other values of x.
Given ef is the midsegment of isosceles trapezoid abcd bc equals 17x ef equals 22.5x plus 9 and ad equals 30x plus 12 find ad?
A solution means: Show the numerical values of 'x' and 'y'. You can't find either one with only a single equation. You need another one. When you have two equations, you can find values for both 'x' and 'y'.
n = 3/2, n = 2
199+803 = 1002
The letters PLANESI can be rearranged to make the word spaniel.
Why not? The statement is trivially true, meaning it holds for all values of x.
2COg + O2g = 2CO2g