It is equivalent to the expression x6 - 5.
The same as in many other expressions. It is a variable, that is, it can be replaced by any number.
36.5 is not an exponential expression! Its value is 36.536.5 is not an exponential expression! Its value is 36.536.5 is not an exponential expression! Its value is 36.536.5 is not an exponential expression! Its value is 36.5
You evaluate the expression !! :)
It is 2x + 5. The value of this expression will depend on the value of x: each different value of x will give a different value for the expression.
Replace each variable in the expression by its value and then find the value of the expression.
to find the value of an expression, you need to
An equivalent expression.
The value is 73.
Take the value of each variable in the expression and replace the variable by its value. Then do the math!
To find the value of an algebraic expression is to evaluate it.
what is a variable expression that has a decreasing value as the value of thevariable increases?
Replace each variables in the algebraic expression by its [known] value and calculate the value (ie evaluate) of the algebraic expression.
The value that results from the substitution of a given input into an expression or function is the output. The value substituted into an expression or function is an input.
39x6 + 19x12 + 35x7 + 26x9 = x6(39 + 19x6 + 35x + 26x3)The numerical value of that expression completely depends on the value of 'x',and it changes immediately whenever 'x' changes.
cos(x) = 1 - x2/2! + x4/4! - x6/6! + ... where x is the angle measured in radians.
Since there is no expression given, there is no sensible answer.
The answer will depend on the expression - which is not given!
You can replace a variable with an equal value or expression. Just make sure the same variable always gets the same value or expression.
As an algebraic expression it is simply: 18-x
What is the value of the exponent in the scientific notation expression for 0.0000083?
When the value of a variable in an algebraic expression changes, the value of the expression can change.