MATH133_U3_answer

MATH133_U3_answer - Y = Y = 2 Y 3.5 Y = Y = 2 Y = 4 b....

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Student Answer Form Unit 3 1. a. X= X= b. =27 2x-2=3x-3-6+9 2x-2=-3x+6 5x-2=6 5x+2=+2 X= c. 1- 1*4(x+1) = - -8x+12= -8x+ 12 – 3x =3 -11x= -9 X=
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d. X 2 – x – 2 = 0 X - 2 = 0 x = 2 2. a. C (60) = C= C = 26. 6666667 C = 27 b. 5 (x) = 1.5x = - 5x^2 + 500v -5x^2 - 498.5x = 0 X (5x) + x (-498.5) = 0 5x = 498.5 X =
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X= 99.7 X= 100 3. a. x y 0 2 1 2 2 2.8 3 3.5 4 4 Y= Y= Y = 2 Y= + 2 Y= 2 Y = 2 Y = Y = 2 Y 2.8
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Unformatted text preview: Y = Y = 2 Y 3.5 Y = Y = 2 Y = 4 b. There are no negative values chosen to substitute for x because it will cause the solutions perfect square root to have a value for y. For instance; y = y = + 2 y = 2 y = 2*2i y = 4i c. 4. a. v = 8 (80) = 8 ( h = 10^2 h = 100 b. V= 8 V = (8.5 V = (40) V = 40 V 97.97959...
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course MATH 133 taught by Professor Hutchins during the Spring '10 term at AIU Online.

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MATH133_U3_answer - Y = Y = 2 Y 3.5 Y = Y = 2 Y = 4 b....

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