I welcome your questions on algebra, 2D and 3D geometry, parabolic functions and conic sections, and any other mathematical queries you may have.
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Bachelor of Science, Major Mathematics and Major Economics, McGill University, 2014. Diploma of Collegiate Studies; Pure and Applied Science, Champlain College Saint-Lambert, 2010.
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Hi Mary, When the exponents on a variable differ, they are not like terms. They can not be brought together by adding or subtracting. So 12x²+10x cannot be simplified any further. When you have
Hi Macie, One of the great things about these formulas is they apply just the same when you have variable expressions. So in your example, A=bh/2 A=(18)(5x-12)/2 A=9(5x-12) And that is as far
Hi Gabrielle, To find the equation of a line, you will need one point on the line and the slope. The point P(3, -7) is given, so you need only find the slope. Given a line in the form y=ax+b, a
Hi Jan, Indeed, this is a ratio! What we are looking at is the following: Ratio = (small long side)/(Big long side) = (small short side)/(Big short side) So if you have long sides measuring 11
Hi Aishwarya, Do not get discouraged! These questions can be tough. And don't let the word "prove" scare you. One way to go about solving it is to try to get as much information as you can, figuring