Hello class and instructor. Nice to meet everyone and looking forward to this class. With my degree, I am
looking into Social work. This job will allow me to help me others, who are in need of solving and coping
with their problems. As a social worker, I
Relations and functions:
Hello everyone here is my post. I got a little confused and it took me longer. Your feedback
would be greatly appreciated. Thanks: Theresa.
The last letter of my last name is an e.
The problems given to me are: #26 and #34 of pgs.
My last name is Duarte, so the 3rd letter of my last name is an A. So my assigned problem is #46 from
pg. 635-636 for problem 46 of the text.
THE Quadratic formula is: ax^2+bx+c=0. By me factoring this equation it has to equal to a zero. So my
quadratic f
The last letter of my name is A so my problems are 42 &102.
Simplify each expression
Ill use the quotient rule for this:
27-2/3
27-1/3
I then subtract the exponent from the denominator from the exponent of the numerator
27-2/3(-1/3)
Remove the parentheses
Simplifying Radicals week 3: discussion 1
Since the letter of my last name is an A I am assigned problems 42 &102
#42
27 -2/3
I will us the power of a Quotient Rule to begin to solve
27 -1/3
27-2/3(-1/3)
Ill then subtract the exponent from the denominator
Parallel:
I chose #10 from the chart.
#10
y = - x + 2; (9, -3)
y = - x + 2; (9, -3)
I will be finding the parallel line for y= -2/3x +2; with the order pair of (9, -3). Parallel lines must have
the same slopes. The conventional point slope equation of Y-