how can we convert algebraic expression into QBASIC a square + b square i = pTR/100 2xy mx+c a=r square a+b
Paris is not a numerical value of algebraic expression and so does not have a square root.
One more than the square of x
A square root is a mathematical function whose argument must be a number - or an expression that can be evaluated so as to give a number. Since Scotland is neither a number nor an algebraic expression, the question makes no sense.
Ans: x2 , which is x square or x to the power of 2:) Hope I helped
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The question contains an algebraic expression but not an equality nor inequality. There is, therefore, nothing that can be solved.
Equation, not expression. A and B are two numbers. (A + B)2 = A2 + B2 + 2(AB) ----------------------------------
A rational expression is an expression that includes only additions, subtractions, multiplications and divisions. Some of the things that will make an expression irrational (not rational) are square roots, higher-level roots, non-integer powers, exponentials (powers in which the variable expression occurs in the exponent), and common functions such as logarithms or trigonometric functions.
(B - A)2 - 81 or (B - A + 9)(B - A - 9) If the starting point, A, is taken as zero the the expression simplifies to (B + 9)(B - 9)
Having the length x meters and width 8 meters, then the area is 8x square meters.
Given the algebraic expression (3m - 2)2, use the square of a difference formula to determine the middle term of its product.
Actually, (+/-) 10 would be better because all that comes out of the absolute value is 10 and squaring - 10 gives you 100.
The term radicand means the number or expression inside the radical symbol. For example, when we have the square root of 2, the 2 is inside the radical symbol. It is the radicand. The radicand may be a number or an algebraic expression. Also, there is not limit to the number of terms the radicand may contain. It may even be infinite!
You can only get a specific number for an expression if you assign numbers to the variables. As an expression, the existing expression cannot be simplified.
If you take the square root of any number (or expression) and then square the result again, you will usually obtain the same number (or expression) again. Or more precisely, its absolute value. That is, sometimes you can make the simplifying assumption that you get the same expression, but to be on the safe side, you must consider the possibility that the original expression is negative, in which case the square of the square root is the absolute value of the original expression.
It means it is not an algebraic number. Algebraic numbers include square roots, cubic roots, etc., but more generally, algebraic numbers are solutions of polynomial equations.