Q: How do you simplify open parenthesis x squared times y squared close parenthesis to the cube plus open parenthesis x cubed times y cubed close parenthesis to the second power?

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Open parenthesis are used at the beginning of a quote. Close parenthesis are used at the end of a quote after the punctuation.

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the answer is either 42 36 58 12 5 6 90 45 18

(16 x 22)2 = (16 x 4)2 = (64)2 = 4096. Always perform the operations inside parenthesis first.

x(x-1)(x-1)FOIL SIMPLIFY TIMES EVERYTHING IN THE BRACKETS BY X i will let you work it out

parenthesis = singular form, i.e., ( OR ) parentheses = plural form, i.e., ( AND ) The singular forms are generally referred to as: open or left parenthesis = ( close or right parenthesis = ) As for the top or bottom half of one parenthesis? I have no idea.

"Meter per second squared" is a unit of acceleration."10" of them is very close to the acceleration of gravity on earth,usually taken to be 9.8 .

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10metres/second2 = acceleration very close to earth's gravity of 9.8m/s2

the equation is 5(a+2) if a is 1 than the answer is 15 if a is 2 than the answer is 20 if a is 3 than the answer is 25 etc...

3n + 3(6 + 7n) = 3n + 18 + 21n = 24n + 18

You are given: G(x) = x2 + x So if you want to solve G(2), all you need to do is replace all occurrences of "x" with the number 2, then work out what it comes to. G(2) = 22 + 2 ∴G(2) = 4 + 2 ∴G(2) = 6

Weight = mass x gravity Where gravity is the gravitational field; for example, close to Earth's surface, it is about 9.8 meters/second squared.

It describes an acceleration. The number happens to be very close to the acceleration of gravity on or near the surface of the Earth.

Estimating implies that the number is approximate to the desired value so any number squared that is close to the desired estimation would be considered close enough. Rounding off is a form of estimating and has a set of rules that accompany it. For simple estimating, (non-medical, hazardous items not included) like "what is the square root of 169". it would be about 13X13 or 13 squared. Get closer by finding the factors of 169. and simplify.

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(y2 - 2) (2y + 5)This is a fine opportunity to apply the FOILmethod of algebra.'FOIL' is a memory word to help you remember how to multiply two binomials ... exactly the task presented here.'FOIL' stands for 'First', 'Outside', 'Inside', 'Last'. Those are the four pairs of terms you have to multiply, and then add the four products together.First: (y2...) (2y...) = 2y3Outside: (y2...) (... +5) = 5y2Inside: (... -2) (2y... ) = -4yLast: (... -2) (... +5) = -10Add all 4 results, and there you have it: 2y3 + 5y2- 4y - 10

Trial and error. You know that the answer will be between 2 and 3, closer to 3. 2.8 squared = 7.84 2.82 squared = 7.95 2.828 squared = 7.99 2.8284 squared = 7.999 which is close enough for me.

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Roughly close to something near 289.

It doesn't. Close to Earth's surface, any object will accelerate towards the center of the Earth at a rate of about 9.8 meters/second squared, regardless of the object's mass.

9.81 meters per second per second (32.2 feet per second per second)