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Prove that the inequality x(x+ 1)(x+ 2)(x+ 3) ≥ −1 holds for all real numbers x.
What is the difference between a prime number and a complex number?
Over the summer a bunch of math teachers from different schools got together for a BBQ. Not one of the teachers knew each other and greets each other with a hearty handshake. How many handshakes will occur at the party if every one of the 15 math teachers shakes hands with each of the others? show work
What is the parallel to the line x=15 and contains the point (-1,5)
What specific properties are these? A. 3+(5+9)+6=5(9+6)+3 B. 3 x 4 x 5= 4 x 3 x 5
The general equation of a plane is Ax + By + Cz = D, where A, B, C, and D are real numbers and A is nonnegative. Find the equation of the plane containing the points (2, 0, 0), (0, 6, 0), and (0, 0, 5). Show each step of your process. Then graph the plane.
Everbank Field, home of the Jacksonville Jaguars, is capable of seating 76,867 fans. The revenue for a particular game can be modeled as a function of the number of people in attendance, x. If each ticket costs $161, find the domain and range of this function.
12. Solve the equation. 5x – 4 = 5(x – 3) + 11 (1 point)
What does this equal? 6(x+1)+5=13-2+6x
Scan domain, range and graph of the following functions:
If the discriminant of a quadratic equation is 4, which statement describes the roots? A ) There are two complex roots. B ) There are two real roots. C ) There is one real root. D ) There is one complex root.
Solve the equation 2a+b=2a, where a and b are nonzero, real numbers. Describe the solution to this equation and justify your description.
Suppose you want to solve the equation 2a+b=2a where a and b are nonZero real numbers describe the solution to this equation justify you description
What is the simplified form of 3abc/abc, when abc does not equal zero? Explain using the properties of real numbers.
Write 4x24 as distributive property
Suppose you want to solve the equation 2a b=2a where a and b are nonZero real numbers describe the solution to this equation justify you description
If you plot the point -8.85 on number line, would you place it to the left or right of -8.8? Explain.
Express the number 20000 as a single digit integer times a power of 10
The product of two numbers is the same as one of the factors. How can you use properties of multiplication to determine what the the factors are?
Which complex number has a distance of the square root of 17 from the origin on the complex plane?
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