The quadratic expression: r2+10r+25 = (r+5)(r+5) when factorised
It's an incorrect statement. 5 plus 6 equals plus 11. Also, pi R round, cornbread R2 .
x2 + y2 = 2r2
r2+r2 = 2r2
2x plus 6y equals 32 32 divided by 6= 5 R2 5+2= 7x6= 42-5=37-2=35 so X=5
X2 + y2 = 100 = r2 r = 10
If: r2 = 17 Then: r = the square root of 17
The LCM is r^3 + 9r^2 - 25r - 225.
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r1 plus r2 is the measurement of the combined electrical continuity of the phase conductor and circuit protective conductor on and electrical circuit.
(pi*r2)/2 + 4000
R2 - 16 = 0 R2 = 16 Take the square root of each side to get rid of the square on R. R = 4
No, any equation of the form x2+y2=r2, with r as any number, makes a circle centered at the origin with radius r. Hyperbolas can be of the form xy=k or x2-y2=r2.
x2 +y2 = R2 =16 = radius 2 R = 4
(r + 2)(r + 2)
A Diophantine Equation. In order to solve it, you should use Euclide's algorithm.
r2+6r-7 = (r+7)(r-1) when factored
It could be lots of things. One answer can be: r2 + 9 = r2 + 32.
r(r + 5)
pi times radius or diameter equals are of a cirlce
Surface area = 4*pi*r2