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Homework problemsHey I'm a college algebra student who really struggles with this subject. Any help I can get here will be greatly appreciated. #3 20050914 10:49:59
Re: Homework problemsy2[3(y+9)]=12(y7) #4 20050914 11:52:06
Re: Homework problemsThanks Kyle. Here's the work I have so far on the others Last edited by notamathperson (20050914 11:53:53) #5 20050914 16:11:04
Re: Homework problemsFor x^2 you can also use x²  there are a few useful little symbols at the top under "Math Is Fun Forum", and I just drag my mouse across one then copy and paste it in. "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #6 20050914 17:25:43
Re: Homework problemsYes, sorry I forgot to add the parentheses. #7 20050914 19:07:18
Re: Homework problemsOK, let me have a go at Prob 3: x/(x1) +3 = 1/(x1) "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #9 20050914 19:55:27
Re: Homework problemsi have to say i'm proud that even i can help out someone: 