Q: What does the 3 2 1 in P R N D 3 2 1 mean?

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!f you mean d/dx (1 + x-2) = -2x-3 If you mean d/dx (1 + x)-2 = -2(1 + x)-3

5 numbers: A, B, C, D, E.median is 2: A, B, 2, D, E. Since median is 2, then A or B can be 0 or 1. So we can have:0, 0, 2, D, E0, 1, 2, D, E1, 0, 2, D, E1, 1, 2, D, E So that D ≥ 3 or D ≤ ?MEAN: (A + B + 2 + D + E)/5 = 10A + B + 2 + D + E = 50A + B + D + E = 48So, you need to study all the possibilities for A, B, and D, in order to find E. For example,If A = 0, B = 0, and D = 3, then E = 45.If A = 1, B = 1,and D = 4, then E = 40....

-d + 2 = 5(- 2 from both sides)-d = 3(x both sides by -1)d = -3

d/4 - 3/5 = -1/2 d/4 = -1/2 + 3/5 d/4 = 1/10 d = 4/10 d= 2/5

If you mean a ; (-5,4) & b ; (3,-2) If you mean that they are the (x,y) coordinates, then please write them in brackets separated by a comma. If this is what you mean, then we use Pythagoras. d^2 = a^2 + b^2 Substituting d^2 = (-5-3)^2 + ( 4 - - 2)^2 d^2 = (-8)^2 + (6)^2 d^2 = 64 + 36 d^2 = 100 d = sqrt(100) = 10 is the distance between the two points.

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!f you mean d/dx (1 + x-2) = -2x-3 If you mean d/dx (1 + x)-2 = -2(1 + x)-3

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5 numbers: A, B, C, D, E.median is 2: A, B, 2, D, E. Since median is 2, then A or B can be 0 or 1. So we can have:0, 0, 2, D, E0, 1, 2, D, E1, 0, 2, D, E1, 1, 2, D, E So that D ≥ 3 or D ≤ ?MEAN: (A + B + 2 + D + E)/5 = 10A + B + 2 + D + E = 50A + B + D + E = 48So, you need to study all the possibilities for A, B, and D, in order to find E. For example,If A = 0, B = 0, and D = 3, then E = 45.If A = 1, B = 1,and D = 4, then E = 40....

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Apply Pythagoras. d^2 = (-6--3)^2 + ( 0 - 1)^2 d^2 = ( -3)^2 + ( -1)^(2) d^2 = 9 + 1 d^2 = 10 d = sqrt(10) = 3.1622....

-d + 2 = 5(- 2 from both sides)-d = 3(x both sides by -1)d = -3

d/4 - 3/5 = -1/2 d/4 = -1/2 + 3/5 d/4 = 1/10 d = 4/10 d= 2/5

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If you mean a ; (-5,4) & b ; (3,-2) If you mean that they are the (x,y) coordinates, then please write them in brackets separated by a comma. If this is what you mean, then we use Pythagoras. d^2 = a^2 + b^2 Substituting d^2 = (-5-3)^2 + ( 4 - - 2)^2 d^2 = (-8)^2 + (6)^2 d^2 = 64 + 36 d^2 = 100 d = sqrt(100) = 10 is the distance between the two points.

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Do you mean something that has an answer of three? As in X = 3? Or an equation like 2 + 6x = 3? In this one X = 3 1+ 3x = 10 - 3 - 3 -------------- 1x = 3 --- -- 1 1 X = 3 Hope that helps :D