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3.6 X 2 =7.2 sq meters

10117 sq meters divided by 7.2 = 1405.13 or 1406 sheets as you cannot get a part of a sheet

grade 3 maths really

10117 sq meters divided by 7.2 = 1405.13 or 1406 sheets as you cannot get a part of a sheet

grade 3 maths really

Feb 19, 2017 | Office Equipment & Supplies

8/9 divided by 7/6. = 8/9 times 6/7. 8x6=48. 97x63= 48/63

Feb 21, 2015 | Computers & Internet

1and 5/7 ==1.7142 (5/7 to get decimal point=.7142)

+ 9 divided by minus 1.7142= minus 5.1688

using the maths laws of multiplication and division of numbers where + and - indicies are used +X+ =+ and + X - = - and - X- = +

you will find answers on the web maths pages

+ 9 divided by minus 1.7142= minus 5.1688

using the maths laws of multiplication and division of numbers where + and - indicies are used +X+ =+ and + X - = - and - X- = +

you will find answers on the web maths pages

Oct 06, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

1/7 is 2/14. 2/14+5/14 is 7/14, which is 1/2 in lowest terms.

Oct 25, 2012 | ADVANTAGE Calculator

1. Combine like terms on the left side of =

4x-2x =2x

New left side is 2x + 1

2. Combine like terms on right side of =

5 - 7 = -2

New right side is x - 2

3. New problem is 2x + 1 = x - 2

4. Now get all x terms on left side of =

and all constants on right side of = by adding the opposites of the corresponding terms as you move them across the =

2x - x = -2 - 1

5. Combine the like terms on each side of the =

Left side: 2x - x = x and Right side: -2 -1 = -3

So x = -3

6. Now check your solution by substituting your answer back in to the original problem.

4(-3) - 2(-3) + 1 = 5 + (-3) -7

7. Now do the arithmatic and hopefully the left and right sides are equal.

-12 + 6 +1 = 5 -3 -7

-5 = -5

Since this is a true statement I know my answer of x = -3 is the correct solution to this problem.

4x-2x =2x

New left side is 2x + 1

2. Combine like terms on right side of =

5 - 7 = -2

New right side is x - 2

3. New problem is 2x + 1 = x - 2

4. Now get all x terms on left side of =

and all constants on right side of = by adding the opposites of the corresponding terms as you move them across the =

2x - x = -2 - 1

5. Combine the like terms on each side of the =

Left side: 2x - x = x and Right side: -2 -1 = -3

So x = -3

6. Now check your solution by substituting your answer back in to the original problem.

4(-3) - 2(-3) + 1 = 5 + (-3) -7

7. Now do the arithmatic and hopefully the left and right sides are equal.

-12 + 6 +1 = 5 -3 -7

-5 = -5

Since this is a true statement I know my answer of x = -3 is the correct solution to this problem.

May 17, 2012 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

If X=2 or X=1 or X-1=0 then there is no answer.

Multiply each term by the same expression, to get:

(2-x)*(x-1)*(x+1) * 7/(2-x) +

(2-x)*(x-1)*(x+1) * 3/(x+1) =

(2-x)*(x-1)*(x+1) * -4/(x-1)

Cancel identical terms, to get:

(x-1)*(x+1) * 7 +

(2-x)*(x-1) * 3 =

(2-x)*(x+1) * -4

Expand, to get:

(x*x -1) * 7 +

(2*x - 2 - x*x + x) * 3 =

(2*x - x*x + 2 - x) * -4

Use associativity, to get:

7*x*x - 7 + 6*x - 6 - 3*x*x + 3x = -8*x + 4*x*x - 8 +4*x

And again, to get:

4*x*x + 9*x -13 = 4*x*x - 4*x - 8

Cancel, to get:

9*x -13 = - 4*x - 8

Associativity, again:

13*x = -21

As an exercise for the reader, solve for X.

P.S. Check my work, before you submit it, and claim it to be your work.

There is at least one _deliberate_ error. :-)

Multiply each term by the same expression, to get:

(2-x)*(x-1)*(x+1) * 7/(2-x) +

(2-x)*(x-1)*(x+1) * 3/(x+1) =

(2-x)*(x-1)*(x+1) * -4/(x-1)

Cancel identical terms, to get:

(x-1)*(x+1) * 7 +

(2-x)*(x-1) * 3 =

(2-x)*(x+1) * -4

Expand, to get:

(x*x -1) * 7 +

(2*x - 2 - x*x + x) * 3 =

(2*x - x*x + 2 - x) * -4

Use associativity, to get:

7*x*x - 7 + 6*x - 6 - 3*x*x + 3x = -8*x + 4*x*x - 8 +4*x

And again, to get:

4*x*x + 9*x -13 = 4*x*x - 4*x - 8

Cancel, to get:

9*x -13 = - 4*x - 8

Associativity, again:

13*x = -21

As an exercise for the reader, solve for X.

P.S. Check my work, before you submit it, and claim it to be your work.

There is at least one _deliberate_ error. :-)

Feb 01, 2011 | TOPICS Entertainment CollegePro...

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First, The course subject would be required to determine assistance type. For example, math classes require calculator websites either as resource formular pages or formular establisment sites. if i was required to design a math class website, the formale sheet would be required to be key coded. Asking a computer programmer to create a web site would require the following lists.

1. The type of website, an example of which is assignment answering resources center.

2. Second, the programmer requires examples of what the website would perform to the requestor. For example, a simple assigments website in maths would have a separate page for calculator functionalities. Alternatively, maths websites may require from the requestor the trype of questions of assigments as module of construction. For example, i want a webpage to calculate by adding numbers. Programmers should be provided with 1+1 =2 where 1+2=3 as programmers visual guide to designing and coding the website. keep in mind that the type of request from the programmer would determine what would be produced.

First, The course subject would be required to determine assistance type. For example, math classes require calculator websites either as resource formular pages or formular establisment sites. if i was required to design a math class website, the formale sheet would be required to be key coded. Asking a computer programmer to create a web site would require the following lists.

1. The type of website, an example of which is assignment answering resources center.

2. Second, the programmer requires examples of what the website would perform to the requestor. For example, a simple assigments website in maths would have a separate page for calculator functionalities. Alternatively, maths websites may require from the requestor the trype of questions of assigments as module of construction. For example, i want a webpage to calculate by adding numbers. Programmers should be provided with 1+1 =2 where 1+2=3 as programmers visual guide to designing and coding the website. keep in mind that the type of request from the programmer would determine what would be produced.

Jan 11, 2011 | Computers & Internet

WE = 1

WILL = 2

NOT = 3

DO = 4

YOUR = 5

HOMEWORK = 6

FOR = 7

YOU = 8

CHEATING = (WE + WILL - NOT / DO / YOUR / HOMEWORK * FOR * YOU)

WILL = 2

NOT = 3

DO = 4

YOUR = 5

HOMEWORK = 6

FOR = 7

YOU = 8

CHEATING = (WE + WILL - NOT / DO / YOUR / HOMEWORK * FOR * YOU)

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Mar 08, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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