28 t2 - 17 t - 3 = (7t + 1) x (4t - 3)
That factors to 4t(2t + 1)(5t - 6)
That's one term. You need at last two to find an LCM. That factors to t(t + 2)(t + 2)
In the expression 5-4t it is t that is the variable
The expression appears to be: (12-4t)/6
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3*4t = 12t
t in this problem equals -3. 4t- 8+ 25= 5 -25 -25 4t- 8= -20 +8 +8 4t= -12 /4 /4 t= -3
4t-523 = -519
9t = 4t + 120 9t-4t = 4t - 4t + 120 5t = 120 5t/5 = 120/5 t = 24 24 is your answer
Size 4 are longer and slimmer than 4T. 4T is cut more for a toddler and allows room for a diaper.
If 4t + 5 = 37, then t = 8.
If you mean: 5y(4t-2) then it is 20ty-10y
Let Tom's age be T (not very original, I know) Let Tom's father's age be F F=3T F-4=4(T-4) So F=4T-16+4 =4T-12 and using that F=3T 3T= 4T-12 T=12 Father is 36 So his father is 36 which is 3 times Tom's age and 4 years ago, Tom was 8 and dad was 36-4=32 which is 8x4 ANSWER TOM is 12
There are various videos of Daisuke Takahashi landing a 4T-4T combination with the second 4T slightly underrotated. There were reports as early as 2002 that skaters such as Yagudin and Plushenko had attempted 4T-4T and 4A, but there is no proof of this. There has not been a quad-quad combination landed in competition to date (5th Feb 2014).
4t - 3 = 19 4t = 19 +3 = 22 t = 22/4 t = 5.5
4t + 13t + 2 = 17t + 2
T+(3-2t)=4t+1. Assuming the two T's , T and t are the same variable, lets proceed. t+(3-2t)=4t+1 3-t=4t+1 2-t=4t 2=5t last step is yours
The size chart is as follows: 3 months for 0-3 months of age 6 months for 3-6 months of age 9 months for 6-9 months of age 12 months for 9-12 months of age 18 months for 12-18 months of age 24 months for 18-24 months of age 2T for 24-36 months of age 3T for 36-48 months of age 4T for 48-60 months of age 5T for 60-72 months of age You will notice that at age four the median height ranges from 38 inches at the beginning to 42 inches at the end. The size chart for inches for 4T is 38-41 inches. Thus 4T is meant for 48-60 months of age not 36-48 months.
V = 4 + 4t Where V=value, and t = term number, where
4t = 24 Therefore t = 24/4 t = 6
4t - 6 = 4*(-6) -6 = -24 -6 = -30
75+2t=100-2t 4t=25 t=6.25 So t is 6.25 or 25/4.
It is not possible to solve the equation 2k3-4t k 2 t 4 because it is not clear.