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Q: What is the square root of 25X to the second power y?

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25x (square) plus 40 plus 15 equals 680.

Is this 3*sqrt((x+25)*x)=0 or 3*sqrt(x+25x)=0 or 3*sqrt(x)+25x=0 or 3*sqrt(x+25)*x=0? I'm not going to bother answering all possible interpretations, but here's a hint: square the equation to get rid of the square root operation first. Then solving it will be easy.

If you mean: x2-25x+100 then it is (x-5)(x-20) when factored

193.75 square inches.

625ft² = 58.06m²

Substitution method: from first equation y = 5x - 8. In the second equation this gives 25x - 5(5x - 8) = 32 ie 25x - 25x + 40 = 32 ie 40 = 32 which is not possible, so the system has no solution. Multiplication method: first equation times 5 gives 25x - 5y = 40, but second equation gives 32 as the value of the identical expression. No solution.

32 + 25x + 18 = 50 + 25x

f'(x)=.5x^-.5 f''(x)=-.25x^-1.5 f'''(x)=.375x^-2.5 or f'''(x)=(3/8)x^(-5/2)

I assume you mean 10x - 25x^2 (i.e. to the power of 2, or x squared) If so 10x - 25x^2 = 5x (2 - 5x)

The GCF is 5x.

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25x-32 = 7 25x-9 = 7 25x = 7+9 25x = 16 x = 16/25

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10x2 + 21x - 10 = 10x2 + 25x - 4x - 10 = 5x(2x + 5) - 2(2x + 5) = (2x + 5)(5x -2)

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5y=25x 25x=5y -5y 25x-5y=0

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