I want to know did I work these problems rightMultiply: ( - 6)² - 4² = 36 – 16 = 20Multiply( - 3) ( - 6 ) + ( 4 ) ( -2) = 18 + ( -8) = 18-8= 10Multiply: ( - 3 ) ³ - ( - 8) ( -2) = (-3) times 3 = -9(-8) times (-2) = 16-9 - 16 = -25-25Multiply: -9 ² - ( -6)² = 81-36= 45
How do you multiply algebraic expression such as..... (5x^3)(4xy^2)
find the lcd of this rational algebraic expression 4/x+2,2/2-x,3/4-x^2 another rational algebraic expression you will also find the lcd 5/y+5,3y/2y+10,2/y+10
whats the answer to if you multiply me by 2 im greater than 20 but less than 40, if you multiply me by 4 i end in 2, and if you multiply me by 6 i end in 8
x+4/2 - x-1/5 + 2x+5/10 another is 3b/7a - a/2b + 3a^2-2b^2/14ab another is 2x-y/3x+y + 5x/2y this is an rational algebraic expression my topic is all about sums and differences of rational algebraic expression please answer this please HELP ME!
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An algebraic closure of a field F is a field K such that: 1) K/F is an algebraic field extension, and 2) every nonconstant polynomial in K[x] has a root in K. If K is an algebraic closure of F, prove that every polynomial p(x) ∈ F[x] splits in K[x].
a. Write down a secret number, which can be any whole numberMultiply by 5Add 2Multiply by 4Add 2Multiply by 5Subtract 50Drop the two zeros at the end.Do you recognize the result?B. Let S stand for a secret number that you begin with in part (a). Write an expression in terms of...
Simply:(a) Four multiply by square root of seven open bracket two multiply by the square root of three plus three multiply by the square root of six minus the square root of seven close bracket.(b) open bracket three multiply by the square root of seven minus the square root of t...
Write one numerical expression and one algebraic expression. Then explain what the differnce between a numerical and algebraic expression is.
My question is related to writing sin(arcsec u)...I know the restriction for arcsec is(- inf., 1] u [1, inf.) and that the answer is sqrt of u^2 - 1 over the absolute value of u, however I do not understand why the u in the denominator has to be theabsolute value of u because bas...
sin (arccot (3x) + arcsin (x/2))Help please. I don't understand this.