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P + Q = 180 P = 4Q + 30 So (4Q + 30) + Q = 180 ie 5Q = 150 or Q = 30 Then P = 4Q + 30 = 150

The algebraic expression is 4q-3

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The quantity, Q, demanded at price P is 100 - 4Q So Q = 25 - P/4 And therefore, the demand elasticity is -1/4 or -0.25, whatever the value of Q.

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3 -4q = 10q + 10 3 - 10 = 10q + 4q -7 = 14q q = -1/2

Do you mean: r = (4q-5p)/9? If so then: p = (9r-4q)/-5

If you mean: -6q+7-2+4q then it is 5-2q when simplified

It's slang for "F&*k you."

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i think its 4q

F*** you. Or fourth quarter.

4 Quarts in a Gallon.

which parts of the question (algebra) are the sameExample: 4Q + 5T + Q + 6T = ? The like terms would be: 4Q and Q and for the T's it would be 5T and 6T

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