Q: Q divided by 5 equal 20?

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you have to write an algebraic expression. your number can be any thing you want... lets call it (q) the sum means you add the numbers. so... q + 23 the word (IS) in algebra means equal to so... q + 23 = 20 so what number added to 23 will equal to 20 the answer is negative 3 q=-3

5q - 3.75 = 26.25 Therefore, 5q = 30 q = 30/5 q = 6

xq/f q divided by f is the fraction q/f

The bounds of integration are 10 and 20. The function that we are integrating is Q(t)=4(.96t)=3.84t. So the average value of Q(t) from 10 to 20 is equal to [1/(20-10)]*the integral from 10 to 20 of 3.84t dt. Simplifying, we get .384*the integral from 10 to 20 of t dt. Integrating, we get that the average value = .384(20^2 - 10^2)/2 = .196*(400 - 100) = .196 * 300 = 58.8. The average value in question is exactly 58.8 grams.

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p x = 20 x5 - 20 x4 + 24 x2 q x = 4 x2 p = 20 x4 - 20 x3 + 24 x, if xis not equal to 0 p / qx = ( 20 x4 - 20 x3 + 24 x) / (4 x2) = (5 x4 - 5 x3 + 6 x) / x2 So p / qx = 5 x2 - 5 x + 6/x if x is not equal to 0

3/p = 6 p = 3/6 = 1/2 3/q = 15 q = 3/15 = 1/5 p - q = 1/2 - 1/5 p - q = 5/10-2/10 = 3/10

Undefined: You cannot divide by zero

Any rational number (by definition).

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you have to write an algebraic expression. your number can be any thing you want... lets call it (q) the sum means you add the numbers. so... q + 23 the word (IS) in algebra means equal to so... q + 23 = 20 so what number added to 23 will equal to 20 the answer is negative 3 q=-3

5q - 3.75 = 26.25 Therefore, 5q = 30 q = 30/5 q = 6

The question has no solution.If Q = 15 then ABQ is a multiple of 15 and so a multiple of 5.Then, if R = 5 then ABQ + R must also be a multiple of 5.Therefore ABQ + R cannot by 2169, which is NOT a multiple of 5.

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