Algebra 2 question! anyone who gives the right answer first gets the points!?
Hi, If the order is important, then 20nPr5 = 1,860,460 ways <==ANSWER If the order is unimportant and the teacher simply selects a group of 5 out of 20, then 20nCr5 = 15,504 <==ANSWER I hope that helps!! :-)
ALGEBRA 2 FIRST ANSWER WILL GET BEST ANSWER?
Algebra 2. Domain, functions, range,? A certain calling card gives the following rate to call Malaysia. There is a connection fee of $0.39 which allows you to connect for up to (but not including) one minute. For each additional minute or part of a minute, there is a $0.24 charge. (For example, 1 minute up to not including 2 minutes cost $0.63.) This fare is only valid for up to (but not including) 40 minutes. 1) Express this info as a function, where f(x) represents the amount of money charged and x represents the number of minutes which have elapsed. 2)what is the domain for this function? 3)What is the range? 4)What is f(2.5)? What does this value represent? 5)Is this function one to one? How do you know?
ALGEBRA HELP 10 POINTS TO FIRST BEST ANSWER?
6x^2+11x+3 6x2 + x + 35 False 4x2 - 2x + 12 4x2 + 10x - 11 5x2 - 3x - 2 x^2+8x+12 6x4 - 21x3 + 30x2 6x^2-4x-3 -12x^2
Solve these algebra problems and get you will get the best answer and all stars! PLEASE SHOW WORK?
QUESTION ONE x+(x+4) = 5(x+2)-69 x+x+4 = 5x+10-69 2x-5x =10-69-4 -3x/-3 = -63/-3 x= 21 The third integer is 25 QUESTION TWO (x)+(x+1)+(x+2) = 192 x+x+1+x+2 =192 3x = 193-3 3x/3 = 189/3 x = 63 The first integer is 63, the second is 64, and the third is 65 QUESTION THREE 3x-x= 52 2x = 52 2x/2 = 52/2 x = 26 The first integer is 26 and the second is 78 If you dont understand these questions, PLEASE ask your math teacher, friend, parent, sibling, or get a tutor. These questions are just the basics for the school years to come
How do I get an A in Algebra 2?
Alexander Sherman has written a good specific answer, so I will just talk about some general things for High School Maths.Here is basically what I used to do in High School for all math classes.Read your text carefully. Reread all the examples of calculations. Attempt your homework, trying to remember (without looking) similar examples from the text. Write best attempt at solution. Re-read relevant examples to your homework problems, and use these examples to correct any errors in your homework. Rewrite homework correctly on a “hand in” sheet, for handing in later.When you go to class, spend a few minutes reviewing your notes from last class, or your reading if the teacher follows your book.In class, take notes of the important statements, and outlines of proofs, and write out all examples. Review these notes before doing that nights reading/assigned work.Repeat this cycle for each class/lecture/homework all semester. When assignments/exams come back, really study whatever you got wrong, and why, and improve yourself (by understanding what happened and setting mental alarm bells against repeating those mistakes) so that those mistakes won’t occur again.On weekends, spend 45 extra minutes reviewing your notes from the past week’s lectures.At end of semester, skim through all of your notes, trying to recall all outlined material.Can you:state all definitions correctly?state all theorems correctly?think of example questions/idea for each theorem, where you see the theorem in action?solve examples of each basic sort of problem that has been asked?Finally, it is very important that you check all of your written work on exams calmly at the end of the exam. checking for ‘stupid mistakes’ will save you a lot of pain and really help your grade.Good luck!
LOGIRITHIAMS - ALGEBRA 2 - HELP - easy- expanding - easy best answer!?
hey.. i don't really care about best answer.. and don't really think that i want to take out a pen and paper to do this .. try the following: 1. Simplify whatever is inside... it seems that u have a lot of mess within one log. 2. If i am not wrong .. the final answer will be a difference of 2 logs... that is why i am telling you to simplify both ur numerator and the denominator. 3. hope this helps.
Algebra help? Need help please! 1st answer will get 5pts if right.?
Please tell me how to do the first one please. And the answers for all of them as welltoo:] 1st answer will get 5 pts. 8x - 3 - 2x = -45 5(n + 6) + 20 = 9 If Robin Banks subtracts 24 from one-half of her number she gets 0. What is Robin's number?
I am in Algebra 2. Should I take Biology, Chemistry, or Physics first?
I’m answering this with the assumption that you’re a high school student in the United States. I’m also answering with the caveat that high school was nearly 20 years ago, so things may have (almost certainly did) change.At this point, if you can take any at any time, follow your interests. My high school biology class was very focused on structural biology - dealing with individual organisms and how they were similar and how they were different in their larger structures. We looked at the large-structure differences between bivalves, verterbrates, anthropods, and echinoderms. Basically, this meant a whole lotta dissections. There was effectively no math.Chemistry in high school was more focused on techniques, but I didn’t really absorb anything. I even took AP chem and was a little lost for years. I’m still not very confident about my chemistry knowledge or my skills. I think that was more about the style of teaching and the few other students in the class who LOVED to distract the teacher (“what happened on Babylon 5 last night, Brother MacDonald?”). Mathematically, there wasn’t much, if I recall.I loved physics. I still do. But at the high school level, we were very focused on Newton’s first 3 laws of motion and Galilean relativity. It was very, very classical physics, and translate to about the first semester to semester-and-a-half of a college physics sequence. For me, it wasn’t calculus-based, and didn’t require anything more than trigonometry and algebra.So, what should you take? Up to you. Algebra 2 will prepare you for any and all of these classes. Typically, students go biology first, then chemistry, then physics, because the math requirements kind of go in that direction.
Is it better to learn linear algebra before abstract algebra?
Formally speaking, around the build-up of pure maths knowledge, it is unnecessary.That said, most undergraduate programs are designed around the sequence of linear algebra-(and then)-abstract algebra, as opposed to the other way around. This means that your School may not even allow you to learn this material in the other order. Also, many courses require a little linear algebra - e.g., Ordinary Differential Equations, Probability, Real and Complex Analysis, Graph Theory, and etc.. So, even if it is allowed to take linear algebra later than abstract algebra, avoiding learning linear algebra for a time will likely put you at a disadvantage in those other courses.Another point to ask is, why would you want to do this? Linear Algebra is a subject that literally has impact in almost all areas of mathematics: you do yourself a great disservice by not mastering its contents at the earliest possible chance. (It is the case though, that the course can be quite boring, and highly calculation based, if not taught by a good professor).Under no circumstances would I respect a math graduate’s knowledge base if they did not have linear algebra behind them: it is simply too fundamental.
Algebra 2 help?
I've been teaching myself math over the summer and this set of questions about this specific ellipse doesn't make sense to me. Can someone explain to me how to get the answer and what that answer is? Thanks. 4x^2 + 9y^2 - 8x + 36y + 4 = 0 is the given ellipse. 1. What is the length of the major axis of the ellipse? 2. What is the length of the minor axis? bunch of math lingo there, hopefully someone is educated enough to help me out! Thanks! I will award the most thorough answer best answer asap.