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Tucker Jacob
1/6/2011 09:47:04 am
For tonight's homework for problems 18 and 20, i understand how to find the answers using the calculator but i am confused on how to find the answers without one. To start them off i plugged in, for example #18, 1 and 7 into the variable spot. But when i add them up i do not get what i get from using the graph with the calculator. I know i am missing a step or something. Please help.
Meltem Cazimi
1/6/2011 10:35:39 am
for numbers 1120 that we had to do on the homework, when you get the possibilites of the roots, withought using the calculater, how do you find which ones are the answers? do you just plug them all in untill you figure out which ones work ?
ryan vasicek
1/6/2011 02:14:22 pm
i can just show you how i did one of them and see if it helps you.
Nikita Hariharan
1/7/2011 12:49:18 pm
Meltem:
Nikita Hariharan
1/7/2011 12:51:13 pm
Meltem:
Andy Mancini
1/9/2011 12:43:25 pm
could someone explain to me how to find answers to these polynomial equations without a calculator? i can figure out how to do it with one but am not sure how to do it without the assistance of a calculator, this isn't really a question on a specific problem just a general question about the process, thanks
Becky Wegner
1/10/2011 09:19:16 am
Can someone help me do problem 36 on tonights homework? When i plugged it into the calculator i got two zeros but i did synthetic division for only one of them and i got confused on how to get the other two numbers from the problem.
Christian Carvallo
1/10/2011 11:30:51 am
CAn anyone help me with number 19 on Skills Practice 78 I understand how to do problems like this but I cannot understand problems like this with a complex number, root and real number. Thanks
Ashley Bruner
1/10/2011 01:55:33 pm
Could someone please explain how #38 works out from tonight's homework? Also, how is #52 (a sketch graph) possible?
Johannes Grandin
1/11/2011 02:30:44 am
Can someone please help me with number 20 on page 540?
Johannes Grandin
1/11/2011 02:32:47 am
@Ashley
Kirin Upadhay
1/11/2011 09:46:52 am
For the section on the worksheet that says "solve over the set of complex numbers" i'm doing the quadratic equation like it says in the book but i'm getting fractions and real numbers instead of complex numbers. Is using the quadratic equation the correct way or am i missing one part of doing the problem?
Jordan Crouch
1/11/2011 11:50:42 am
How would you do number 38 on pg 540?
Brandon Jachimiec
1/18/2011 07:34:59 am
To Kirin:
Ishta
1/18/2011 09:09:37 am
On the world problems, on page 554, #3 and 5, when finding the a,b,c,d variables,, do we use the matrix way or is there an easier way to do it? Is it the right to do it?
Nadia Fayoumi
1/18/2011 11:56:53 am
To Ishta,
Archana Sathappan
1/19/2011 07:48:33 am
Can someone explain part d on problem 3 pg 552? I think the answer is no...but, I'm not sure.
Ishta
1/19/2011 09:50:19 am
Archana, the answer is yes, because if you did the calculator steps and did the ask button to see the points, 700 degrees can make the viscosity 0.
Zach Zielke
1/19/2011 10:55:10 am
Will the stuff we learned in class today be on the test tommorow if so where can i find examples to do?
Christian Carvallo
1/19/2011 11:21:55 am
@Zach
Ishta
1/19/2011 12:08:03 pm
Just making sure, when graphing imaginary numbers, the xaxis is the real numbers (a)and the yaxis becomes the imaginary line (bi), right? I just want to make sure.
Mrs. Johnson
1/19/2011 03:46:09 pm
Ishta,
Randy Boyd
1/20/2011 03:07:00 pm
for cubic regression, if the x values are in the thousands ex. 24,000 and you enter it in list one as 24 would you also have to divide your y values by 1,000?
Johannes Grandin
1/21/2011 02:34:12 am
Did you guys get 10,000 dollars for your answer on the test if no trailblazers were to be manufactured each month?
Archana Sathappan
1/22/2011 10:51:49 am
Can someone help me with pg. 416 number 5 part e and f?
Archana Sathappan
1/22/2011 11:27:12 pm
I actually got part e and f. I need help only on part h. Can someone help me out, please?
Ishta
1/23/2011 03:48:12 am
Thank You Mrs. Johnson!
Ishta
1/23/2011 03:50:06 am
The blog spot is soooo helpful.
Emma Burck
1/24/2011 08:59:23 am
Last night when I was working on math, I couldn't figure out Pg. 416 #5 e and f  I understood what it was asking but none of the answers I got made any sense... any suggestions?
Archana Sathappan
1/24/2011 01:08:10 pm
Emma, Comments are closed.

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