I need to divide by f on both sides.
a = -2 and b = 9
Would that make f = 0? And then b = 5?
Oy I'm confused.
I'll be out for the night at a family dinner in a bit. Please don't be upset if I don't get back to to the problem until tomorrow. I do appreciate the help.
I am having trouble posting a response-getting an error message. I can't quote the above post.
"F" is common to both sides. I'm not sure what to do if that is the correct path.
Did I do this one correctly?
Homework Statement
If a = f - 2 and b = 4f + 5, what is an expression for b in terms of a?
It's multiple choice:
4a
4a - 4
4a + 2
4a + 7
4a + 13
The Attempt at a Solution
a = f - 2 and b = 4f + 5
add 2 to each side ----> a = f and b = 4f + 7...
Did I do this problem correctly?
Homework Statement
The √ sign extends over x+3 only. Solve for x.
√(x+3) + 3 = 9
The Attempt at a Solution
subtract 3 from each side
√(x+3) = 6
√(33 + 3) = 6
√36 = 6
x = 33
Yes, at (0,0)
I don't understand what you mean by the line y=x. I don't know where to draw it, or how/why it's just one line.
I am sorry to confuse you. Things get lost in translation in this format.
I'm not getting the concept but I am trying hard.
No worries. I probably didn't phrase it as best as I could have phrased it. I appreciate the help.
If I did it correctly, There are 2 points that touch the "S" on each line. I drew lines at (1,1), (2,2), etc and at (0,0).
At 0, there are 3.
I don't know what the actual number is though. I'm...