Q: What is 6 divided by z?

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z = 3. If you mean (4*z + 6 )/3 then it is 6. (4*3 + 6) /3 = (12 + 6) /3 = 18/3 = 6 If you meant 4*z + (6/3) then it is 14. 4*3 + (6/3) = 12 + 2 = 14.

If 3z/2 = 9 then the value of z is 6

z = 77

6+z = 3 z = 3-6 z = -3

If z = 3, what is 5 x (6 – z)?

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z = 3. If you mean (4*z + 6 )/3 then it is 6. (4*3 + 6) /3 = (12 + 6) /3 = 18/3 = 6 If you meant 4*z + (6/3) then it is 14. 4*3 + (6/3) = 12 + 2 = 14.

That depends entirely on what the value of z is.

If 3z/2 = 9 then the value of z is 6

75..... my math teacher would be so proud of me just kidding

z divided by 3

6+z = 3 z = 3-6 z = -3

z = 77

y = sin6(z) dy/dz = 6*sin5(z)*cos(z) then d2y/dz2 = 6*5*sin4(z)*cos(z) + 6*sin5(z)*(-sin(z)) = 6*sin4(z)*[5*cos(z) - sin2(z)]

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If z = 3, what is 5 x (6 – z)?

z / 6 = 42 Multiply both sides by 6 to get z = 42 * 6 So z =252

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