Please solve #3 and #4. Show work if possible thanks! 2. Assume variables represent positive real...
Simplify completely. The answer should contain only positive exponents. Assume all variables represent positive real numbers. Do not use radical form and express any number as an integer or simplified fraction. 32u22 3/5 4,,5
W Express the radical in simplified form. Assume that all variables represent positive real numbers. -272865
5. Subtract the radical expressions. Assume that all variables represent positive real numbers. 372y3 - Jy O A. 172y3 - 2y B. It can't be simplified further. C.3/17y9 - 2y D. (18y - 1) 2y
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4. Simplify each expression. All variables represent positive real numbers 3/24x15y4 a. 3)(x + 6)3 b. 3/7
Score: 0 of 1 pt X 17.4.3 Add. Assume that all variables represent positive real numbers. 512x2 +9x8x 512x3 + 9xV8x = (Type an exact answer, using radicals as needed. Simplify your answer.)
3- Simplify. Assume all variables represent positive real numbers. a) 11/x7-7x4x +24/ b) 3 72m2 -5/32m2 -3118m2 c7N7+NI4) d) V2(5 72-4 50)
MA-119 Review for Final Exam: Fall 2019 Simplify completely and express in terms of positive exponents 2. Find the slope interest form of the equation of the line that is perpendicular toy passes through the point. 51 ) 3. Find the slope-intercept form of the equation of the line through the points (-2) and (2 4. Solve for x and check the solution 3x+2 -1 -6 5. Factor completely: a) 12 -10-1815 b)x+ 5x-16x - 30 Based on the graph...
please help me to solve 8(a)(b), 13(a)(b), 3, 4! Please help me to solve all of them! Thanks a lot! 6, show that, for real θ, (a) tan θ = iter-e-TO) 7, show that ez-emri for all z. (The exponential function is periodic with period 2mi.) show that, for all z, (b) ee 9, show that (ez)" = enz for any integer n. 10. Show that lel s 1 if Rezs o. 11. Determine which of the following properties of...
Need it asap show work please Let i + 2z B(2) = 4- 2iz (a) Find the smallest positive real value M such that for every z on the closed unit disk D, B(2) < M. [6] (b) A particle on the complex plane is trapped within a wall built along the unit circle. It travels from -i to e3ri/4 and then bouncing from e3mi/4 to 1. Denote by the curve representing the trajectory of the particle. Without evaluating the...