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for littleFermat only
You have learned quadratic equations and quadratic functions. Except for the red and blue colors as I highlighted, are the quadratic equation and quadratic function different? Are they the same? Why...
|Oct. 04, 2011||$5.00||Closed, closed||Mathematics||General Mathematics||
For littleFeramt only conduct a research on Word problems, gather the information, document the findings
|Sep. 30, 2011||$25.00||Closed, closed||Mathematics||General Mathematics||
Only for littleFermat
Only for littleFermat
|Sep. 30, 2011||$2.00||Closed, closed||Mathematics||General Mathematics||
Practice 4 One side of a rectangular backyard is 2 meters longer than the other. If the diagonal is 10 meters, then what are the lengths of the sides?
|Sep. 29, 2011||$4.00||Closed, closed||Mathematics||General Mathematics||
When multiplying two polynomials, what fundamental property do you use repeatedly? b. Are the following products correct? Why or Why not ? Please provide examples to prove your answers. 1. (a + b)...
|Sep. 29, 2011||$7.00||Closed, closed||Mathematics||General Mathematics||
For littleFermat only:From the concept
For littleFermat only: From the concepts in the readings from Week Three, provide at least one real-world application of algebraic concepts as they would apply to one of the following areas:...
|Oct. 01, 2011||$10.00||Closed, closed||Mathematics||General Mathematics||
math word problem
Lisa participated in a triathlon in which she swam 3 miles, ran 5 miles, and then bicycles 10 miles. Lisa ran twice as fast as she swam, and she cycled three times as fast as she swam. If her total...
|Sep. 28, 2011||$10.00||Closed, closed||Mathematics||Algebra||
(t+9)squared over t+7 times (t+7) squared over t+9 Simplify your answer. Type in factored form.
|Sep. 25, 2011||$20.00||Closed, closed||Mathematics||Algebra||
If an animal is h feet high at the shoul
If an animal is "h" feet high at the shoulder, then the number "N" of steps per second that the animal takes while walking can be estimated by N(h) = 1.6-1/2 PLEASE NOTE: THE -1/2 IS SUPERSCRIP!!!...
|Sep. 22, 0000||$1.00||Closed, closed||Mathematics||General Mathematics||
From the concepts in the readings from Week One, provide at least one real-world application of the mathematical concepts covered in the text as it would apply to one of the following areas: business,...
|Sep. 16, 2011|