Interpreting this equation as y=4x3+4x2 This is not a quadratic equation. By definition, a quadratic equation is a polynomial equation of order two, meaning it is composed only of coefficients multiplied by x's raised to any exponential power of maximum 2. The most that any of the exponents in the equation can be is 2. Since this equation has a term of 4x3, it is not quadratic since this term has an exponent of 3. This means that the equation is of degree three. This equation is a cubic equation.
4x3=12 250-12=238 238/50=4.76
The "degree" is the highest power - in this case, the 3 in 4x3 (4 times to the third power).
3*4 = 12 as well.
I does not so the question is misguided.
a = 3 and y = 0
1x12, 6x2, 4x3
It depends on what y is equal to. Insert what y is into the equation: y+4*3=? But simplified, it's... y+12=?
4 yards equals 12 feet, since 1 yard=3 feet, 4x3=12.
4x3 times 4x3 = 16x6
2x2x3=12 so therefore 12=2x2x3 2x2=4x3=12
Transitive property: If 8 equals x and x equals y, then 8 equals y.
The y-intercept equals 0.
x equals y
x equals -12 and y equals 1/4 of -12, so y = -3.
y equals 2
Y = 8 !
Half correct because x = 2 and y = 6
x equals half y
192-y equals 150 = 42