The question - with the second alternative - is tautological (m = n).
6 divided by the sum of 4 times x and 5 times k is equal to 6 times the reciprocal of (4x + 5k).
it means to take the 4 times the k which is 4k, and take the 4 times the 6 which is 24, and then you are done.
A number, k, increased by two and a half.
They are members of an infinite set of numbers of the form 6*k where k is an integer.
Algebraic expression 14 less than the quantity k times 6
k = 14/43
xjdf kg k;ks
Any one of the infinite set of numbers of the form 6*k where k is an integer.
-12k - 96
One triplet (k) and two pairs (h and number). 3j has no like term.
Any number of the form 12*k, where k is an integer will be a multiple of 4 and 6.
There is no answer, because "-10 + k + 2" is not a question. It's justa number, and the number that it is depends on what 'k' is.If the teacher said "Simplify (-10 + k + 2) .", then the response is " k - 8 ".But that's not the answer to " -10 + k + 2 ". It's the answer to "Simplify.".
y = 3x + 2x^2 + k where k is any number
Kindergarten-6 grade in elementary-4 years in high school and PLUS 2 years in Senior High School. that is K plus 12
2k + 5
Yes, they are exactly the same, both of them increment k in 1.
If: k+3=-3 Then: k=-3-3 k=-6
x = ¼x^4 + 4x + k where k can be any number
60k plus k is 61k
K+1 is as simplified as it gets. Unless you find the value of K. You can't add a variable and number.
If: 6x^2 +2x +k = 0 has equal roots Then using the discriminant of b^2 -4ab=0: 4 -24k=0 => k=-4/-24 => k=1/6 Therefore the value of k = 1/6
Equation: 6x^2 +2x +k = 0 Using the discriminant formula: k = 1/6 Using the quadratic equation formula: x = -1/6 Check: 6(-1/6)^2 +2(-1/6) +1/6 = 0