AC is in the range (2x - 10, 14x + 4)
yes because ab plus bc is ac
the midpoint of AB.
associative? single replacement
If: y = x^2 -4x +8 and y = 8x -x^2 -14 Then: x^2 -4x+8 = 8x -x^2 -14 Transposing terms: 2x^2 -12x+22 = 0 Divide all terms by 2: x^2 -6x +11 = 0 Using the discriminant b^2 -4(ac): 36 -4(1*11) = -8 Therefore it follows that there are no points of intersection because the discriminant is less than zero.
between A and B
if f :- a+b = ac then fd:- a.b = a+c
Are you sure that the given expressions are right? Because we are dealing with complex numbers (a little bit work for this kind of exercise).ab = 4x + 8bc = 8x + 4ac = 18x - 11b = a/(4x + 8)c = b/(8x + 4) = [a/(4x + 8)[/(8x + 4) = a/[(4x + 8)(8x + 4)]c = a/(18x - 11)a/[(4x + 8)(8x + 4)] = a/(18x - 11) this happens only when:(4x + 8)(8x + 4) = (18x - 11)32x^2 + 16x + 64x + 32 = 18x - 1132x^2 + 62x + 43 = 0x = [-62 ± √(62^2 - (4)(32)(43)]/[(2)(32)]x = [-62 ± √(-1660)]/64x = [-62 ± i√(1660)]/64x = -62/64 ± i√(1660/4096) (64^2 = 4096)x = -31/32 ± i√[415/1024]Substitute -31/32 ± i√[415/1024] for x, and find the value of ab, bc, and ac.ab = 4x + 8bc = 8x + 4ac = 18x - 11
No, It is is a double replacement. AB +CD = AC + BD
This is a 'Sngle Displacement' reaction ( A + BC --> AC + B
This kind of chemical reaction is usually called "displacement" and sometimes "substitution".
Difficult to tell when you cannot use parentheses. a*(b+c) or a(b+c) = ab + ac This is known as the distributive property of multiplication over addition.
If AC equals 6 and BD equals 4, then AB equals 5.
It would be a straight line of length bc
You could conclude that B lies between A and C.
ac is 7 if b is 3 and a is 2 a nd c is 5
Single displacement reactions follow the form A + BC equals AC + B. Because the sodium and the hydrogen switch places, this reaction is considered single displacement.
If point b is in between points a and c, then ab +bc= ac by the segment addition postulate...dont know if that was what you were looking for... but that is how i percieved that qustion.
Al2(SO4)3(s) + 6 NaOH(ac) ---> 2 Al(OH)3 (s) + 3 Na2(SO4) (ac)
The square root of 149 (7 squared plus 10 squared equals 149).