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How do you solve #arcsin(3xpi)=1/2#?

How do you determine the amplitude, period, and shifts to graph #y = Sin (300t) #?

How many kg of mixed nuts that contain 40% peanuts must Jenny add to 6 kg of mixed nuts that contain 30% peanuts to make a mixture with 34% peanuts?

How do you solve #8(10)^x + 2 = 26#?

What is the relationship between pressure and volume in Boyle's Law?

How do you graph each system and determine the number of solutions of #x+y=6, xy=4#?

How do you express #(16a^ 3 b^ 5)/(2a^ 4 b^2)# with positive exponents?

How do you simplify #(4x  3y ) *( 2x^{2}  x y + 5y^{2} )#?

Cups A and B are cone shaped and have heights of #25 cm# and #15 cm# and openings with radii of #7 cm# and #3 cm#, respectively. If cup B is full and its contents are poured into cup A, will cup A overflow? If not how high will cup A be filled?

How do you simplify #i+6i#?

How do you write #x^2+42=12x3y# into vertex form?

How do you graph and label the vertex and axis of symmetry of #y=2(x+1)^24#?

What is the value of sec 180°???

How do you graph and list the amplitude, period, phase shift for #y=2sinx#?

If prices increase at a monthly rate of 3.5%, by what percentage do they increase in a year ?

How do you solve #2x  3+ 4= 3#?

How do you solve for r in #d=rt#?

What is #x^(9/4)# in radical form?

What is the percent change of 16 to 12?

The distance a marathon runner covers can be modeled by the function d(x)=153.8x+86. d represents distance (m) and x represents time (min). ow long will it take the runner to run the 42,2km race?

One canned juice drink is 30% orange juice; another is 55% orange juice. How many liters of each should be mixed together in order to get 25L that is 18% orange juice?

How do you find the domain of the equation #y = x^2 – 6x – 13#?

Are protons positive, neutral or negative?

What is the mass of 1 molecule of CH4?

How do you solve #e^(4x) =12#?

Which of the following is a polynomial ?
(a) 1/x+1 (b) 1/√x+1 (c) 1/x²+x+1 (d) x³+1

How do you graph #y<=3x5#?