Type your answer here. Find the radius for a circle with the equation x2 plus y2 equals 9? ..
k equals 5.6
The equation does not have a solution.
C4H10 plus 9/2O2 equals 4CO plus 5H2O
It is an equation and the value of x is -3
It is an equation and the value of x is 2
The solution to this equation is that h is equal to -4. You can substitute this value for h into the equation to get -4 x -9 - 6 plus 12 x -4 plus 40 equals 22, or 36 - 6 plus - 48 plus 40 equals 22.
That is not a correct equation. The numbers on the left equal -16, not 0. This is an equation with no solution.
3 (which is the sqrt of 9)
The answer to the equation 9 plus 5 times 0 equals 45. This was taught in 5 grade math.
16x+9 without the rest of the equation, what this equals, I can't solve
It is an equation and the value of t is 1
An algebraic equation; Y=9
It is an equation and the value of x is 7
It is an equation and the value of n is 6
No. It's a quadratic equation, and it has two solutions.
Yes it is. The thing that makes it a quadratic equation is that "x squared" in there.
Yes and t = 1 in both equations