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1. ### Why can’t we write -a=b^x/y ?

x^2 = y  ...  y is a variable, not a constant like 4 ...  different rules apply   a^y = b^x     a = b^(x/y)  until you know a number value for b and y (which has become a root) we don 't know if the answer is pos, neg, or imaginary.

2 Answers · Education & Reference · 30/03/2020

2. ### Help me verify the identities?

...the given symbols or do it from the very bottom & let x be in the LHS & show using case work that it will always exist in the RHS, therefore...

1 Answers · Education & Reference · 11/07/2017

3. ### Pre Cacalculus hw help!!!?

... you :) ___________ n + 6(n-2) = -5 + 6n 1) Multiply (n-2) by 6 on LHS n + 6n - 12 = -5 + 6n 7n - 12 = -5 + 6n 2) Add 12 to both sides 7n...

3 Answers · Education & Reference · 25/08/2015

4. ### Fifteen students are able to pick up a sports car and turn it around. If each student can lift 100 lbs, what is the weight of the car?

...the equation is very straightforward. 15(100) = X (Simplify the LHS ) 1500 = X Thus the car is 1500 lbs.

2 Answers · Education & Reference · 13/03/2015

5. ### solve for variable b 5a(b - c) = d?

... sides by 5a 5ab/5a = (d + 5ac) / 5a '5a' on the LHS cancels down . b = (d + 5ac) / 5a Done!!

3 Answers · Education & Reference · 20/01/2015

6. ### Find the solutions of the given equation in the interval [0, 2pi] IN RADIANS?

We can factorise the LHS expression to give (2cosx + 1)(cosx + 2)=0. Therefore, we can say 2cosx + 1...

2 Answers · Education & Reference · 04/11/2014

7. ### -x^2+9=0 ?

(Subtracting 9 from both sides) -x^2 +9 - 9= - 9 (On LHS the +9 and - 9 cancel each other out) -x^2 = - 9 (Divide both sides...

4 Answers · Education & Reference · 26/10/2014

8. ### How do you solve this inequality? 4x dividedby (2x+3) > 2?

4x/(2x+3) > 2 subtract 2 from both sides, so 4x/(2x+3)-2>0 simplify (4x-2(2x+3))/(2x+3)>0, -6/(2x+3)>0 for the LHS to be positive the denominator must be negative, so 2x+3<0, i.e. x<-3/2

1 Answers · Education & Reference · 03/10/2014

9. ### I need to solve 6/7(x+4)^(-1/7)=0. If you could explain how you solved it so I can know how to do it in the future that would be great!?

...you can only alter the denominator, but no matter how large you take x, the value of the LHS will never reach zero. Unless this is a Limit problem? ...

4 Answers · Education & Reference · 29/09/2014

10. ### How do I solve this equation with fractions in it ?

Solution: 4s+5-3/4s +5+5=0 (bringing all terms on LHS ) 4s-(3/4s+3/4s)+5+5=0 4s-3/2s+10=0 5s/2+10=0 s=-4

1 Answers · Education & Reference · 23/09/2014