The formula is 2-k. The answer depends on the value of k.
k = 2 and 2 < 12
87 K + 100 K = 187 K The real answer is 2 K less than that. Estimate 185 K.
If you want to say "Nine is less than a number k," you would write 9<K. If you're asking for an equation, e.g. "Nine less than a number k is equal to that number divided by three," you would write k - 9.
k - 5
k - 15
3 - k
k - 6
It is simply: k-4
As an algebraic expression it is: k-3
7 less than k
Algebraic expression 14 less than the quantity k times 6
It is simply: k -4.7
K is a set of five consecutive prime numbers such that the sum of all the elements in K is greater than 200 and less than 300. Which of the following cannot be the sum of the elements in the set K?
Can be less than -163 degrees Farnihte.
2k - 7
k/2 + 6
Dilations could be enlargements or reductions. In enlargements, k is greater than 1. In reductions, k is less than 1.
By definition a temperature less than 0 K is not possible. 0 K is the limit which thermodynamic temperature approaches asymptotically as energy is reduced to zero.
k and -k right? -k x -1 =k k+k= 2 k= 1 unless you mean multiply then that would be -k x-1 =k k x k= 2 1.4142 rounded to the nearest ten thousandth
2. That is the only one. And the 11 divisors are 2k where k = 0, 1, ,2, ... , 10