- 1Well I'm curently taking this class as a sophmore and have taken geometry freshmen year of high school and also I am taking physics at the same time and in math class when I'm asked to factor i go absolutley nuts because guessing numbers is just no my thi
Well I'm curently taking this class as a sophmore and have taken geometry freshmen year of high school and also I am taking physics at the same time and in math class when I'm asked to factor i go absolutley nuts because guessing numbers is just no my thing... I need solve for X rearange formulas and so forth...with that said is this legal?X^2 + 3X + 4factor that...(X^2 + 3X + 4)^(1/2)factored form(X + (3X)^(1/2) + 2)^2I believe this is perfectly acceptable for factoring but I'm not sure...my textbook says that the agreement for completely factored from is..A polynomial is completely factored when it is written as a product of tow or more polynomilas with integers for their coefficients.So I believe I can leave that as a factored form correct?

- 2Well I'm curently taking this class as a sophmore and have taken geometry freshmen year of high school and also I am taking physics at the same time and in math class when I'm asked to factor i go absolutley nuts because guessing numbers is just no my thi
Well I'm curently taking this class as a sophmore and have taken geometry freshmen year of high school and also I am taking physics at the same time and in math class when I'm asked to factor i go absolutley nuts because guessing numbers is just no my thing... I need solve for X rearange formulas and so forth...with that said is this legal?X^2 + 3X + 4factor that...(X^2 + 3X + 4)^(1/2)factored form(X + (3X)^(1/2) + 2)^2I believe this is perfectly acceptable for factoring but I'm not sure...my textbook says that the agreement for completely factored from is..A polynomial is completely factored when it is written as a product of tow or more polynomilas with integers for their coefficients.So I believe I can leave that as a factored form correct?

- 3in a survey of 24 college student,it was found that 16 were taking and english class,17 were taking math class,and 10 were takin both english nad math
in a survey of 24 college student,it was found that 16 were taking and english class,17 were taking math class,and 10 were takin both english nad math.how many student were taking a math class only.

- 4In a small high school of 20 students, 6 students are taking algebra, 8 are taking geometry and 3 are taking both
In a small high school of 20 students, 6 students are taking algebra, 8 are taking geometry and 3 are taking both. How many students are not taking either?

- 5 In a group of 150 students, more students are taking a math class than are taking a science class this semester
. In a group of 150 students, more students are taking a math class than are taking a science class this semester. If 80 are taking a science class and 25 are not taking either math or science this semester, what is the minimum number of students who could be taking both math and science this semester?

- 6In a group of 150 students, more students are taking a math class than are taking a science class this semester
In a group of 150 students, more students are taking a math class than are taking a science class this semester. If 80 are taking a science class and 25 are not taking either math or science this semester, what is the minimum number of students who could be taking both math and science this semester? Is it 81? I was trying to take an example from the book and I don't know if my equation is correct

- 7in a class of 147 students, 95 are taking math (M), 73 are taking science (S), a
in a class of 147 students, 95 are taking math (M), 73 are taking science (S), and 52 are taking both. one student is picked at random. find p(taking math science or both) an P(not taking math).....this is all the book give me. I would think that the first would be 100 percent but im not sure. i would like to know how to work this, i feel like im making it more complicated than it actually is.

- 8My daughter is a sophomore in high school taking an econ class
My daughter is a sophomore in high school taking an econ class. Unfortunately, the teacher has chosen not to use the assigned text book, and uses other material for his tests. Therefore, I can't help her study the text. These questions were part of the review for today's test. Can anyone tell me if these are standard beginning h.s. econ questions? 1. The law of diminishing returns (A) is the same as the law of variable proportions; (B) is always true in the short run; (C) only applies to a situation in which some of the input factors are fixed; (D)all of the above; (E)none of the above. 2. Fixed cost (A) has some influence on variable cost; (B) has no influence on marginal cost; (C) has no influence on the most profitable rate of output; (D) all of the above; (E) none of the above. 3. Total cost (A) increases as output increases; (B) is a positive but not a linear function of output and sales; (C) goes up at the same rate as the variable cost goes up; (D) all of the above; (E) none of the above. These questions were on a paper headed: "Chapter 21 - Short-Run Analysis: How Efficiency Changes as Output Changes." Thanks for your help.

- 9My daughter is a sophomore in high school taking an econ class
My daughter is a sophomore in high school taking an econ class. Unfortunately, the teacher has chosen not to use the assigned text book, and uses other material for his tests. Therefore, I can't help her study the text. These questions were part of the review for today's test. Can anyone tell me if these are standard beginning h.s. econ questions? 1. The law of diminishing returns (A) is the same as the law of variable proportions; (B) is always true in the short run; (C) only applies to a situation in which some of the input factors are fixed; (D)all of the above; (E)none of the above. 2. Fixed cost (A) has some influence on variable cost; (B) has no influence on marginal cost; (C) has no influence on the most profitable rate of output; (D) all of the above; (E) none of the above. 3. Total cost (A) increases as output increases; (B) is a positive but not a linear function of output and sales; (C) goes up at the same rate as the variable cost goes up; (D) all of the above; (E) none of the above. These questions were on a paper headed: "Chapter 21 - Short-Run Analysis: How Efficiency Changes as Output Changes." Thanks for your help.

- 10My daughter is a sophomore in high school taking an econ class
My daughter is a sophomore in high school taking an econ class. Unfortunately, the teacher has chosen not to use the assigned text book, and uses other material for his tests. Therefore, I can't help her study the text. These questions were part of the review for a recent test. Can anyone tell me if these are standard beginning h.s. econ questions? 1. The law of diminishing returns (A) is the same as the law of variable proportions; (B) is always true in the short run; (C) only applies to a situation in which some of the input factors are fixed; (D)all of the above; (E)none of the above. 2. Fixed cost (A) has some influence on variable cost; (B) has no influence on marginal cost; (C) has no influence on the most profitable rate of output; (D) all of the above; (E) none of the above. 3. Total cost (A) increases as output increases; (B) is a positive but not a linear function of output and sales; (C) goes up at the same rate as the variable cost goes up; (D) all of the above; (E) none of the above. These questions were on a paper headed: "Chapter 21 - Short-Run Analysis: How Efficiency Changes as Output Changes." Thanks for your help.

- 11Jane is taking a class and asks you to help her figure out what her last grade must be in the class to get a 85 in the class
Jane is taking a class and asks you to help her figure out what her last grade must be in the class to get a 85 in the class. She tells you the following calculation is used to find your final grade: w2d2x is her last score which has not been taken. Explain this equation and the process you would use to solve for the unknown test score. Solve for the test score.** could you please elaborate on how you came to the conclusion of the answer?Thank you!

- 12Jane is taking a class and asks you to help her figure out what her last grade must be in the class to get a 85 in the class
Jane is taking a class and asks you to help her figure out what her last grade must be in the class to get a 85 in the class. She tells you the following calculation is used to find your final grade: w2d2 x is her last score which has not been taken. Explain this equation and the process you would use to solve for the unknown test score. Solve for the test score.