That factors to (b + 3)(a + c)
If for the two integers a + b = c, a is larger than zero and b is larger than the absolute value of the first number, then c is always positive. If a is smaller than zero, and b is larger than the absolute value of the second number, then c is positive. If a is smaller than zero, and b is smaller than the absolute value of the second number, then c is negative.
A 100- 90 b 89- 80 c 79- 70 d 69- 60 f 50 -0
It depends if it's percentage that's good. It's like a A in 85%
question: find the percentage A is of B = (B-A)/B x 100 . You must then take the answer and subtract it from 100 to get the correct answer, which would make the formula: (B-A)/B x 100 = C, 100 - C = percentage A is of B for example, find what percentage 57 is of 90: B - A 90-57=33 /B 33/90=0.3666 x 100 0.3666 x 100 = 36.66. 100 - 36.66 = 63.33, which is the percentage that 57 is of 90
If you mean: -12 = 3c-9 then c works out as -1
4c+2 = 3c+9 4c-3c = 9-2 c = 7
3c(squared)-17c-6 = 0 (3c+1)(c-6) = 0 c= negative one third or positive 6
2c + 4 - 3c = -9 + c + 5 -c + 4 = c - 4 -2c = -8 2c = 8 c = 4
(c + 3)(c^2 - 3c + 9)
3c-25=17-c 3c+c=25+17 4c=42 c=10.5
No, 3c ( c ) = 4c
c = 4, c squared = 16, 3c squared = 48, 48 + 9 = 57.
If you mean 3c = 214, then c = 68
3c+6=18 3c+6-6=18-6 3c=12 3c÷3=12÷3 c=4