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Q: A room which is 5x3 meters what is that in meter squared?

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5*3 = 15 square metres.

5x3 - 3x2 + 2x = x*(5x2 - 3x + 2) The quadratic has no real factors.

3x4 plus 5x3 plus x2 - 5 divided by x 2 =[(3x4) + (5x3) + (x2 - 5)]/x2 =(12 + 15 + x2 -5)/x2 =(27 - 5 + x2)/x2 =(22 + x2)/x2

The generalisation is that multiplication is Abelian (or commutative) for numbers.

y = 5x3 + 6 is a cubic equation, not a linear equation. Linear equations contain only terms of degree 0 (i.e. constants) and terms of degree 1.

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5*3 = 15 square metres.

5x3 is the two lenths of the room. it could also be 10x1.5 but it wouldn't be easily accesseable.

factor the 18. 18=2x3x3. Take out the 3 because it is squared. 5x3 radical 2=15radical2

There are 6 sides to a rectangular prism. Two are 5x3, two are 3x2 and two are 2x5 - that means two are 15mm squared, two are 6mm squared, and two are 10mm squared. Add those up, and you get 62mm squared.

None. 5x3 is a pure number, not a length.

15 5x3 prime factorization: 5x3

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What is the additive inverse of the polynomial –9xy2 + 6x2y – 5x3?

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The answer is 21

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