How many solutions are there to the quadratic formula 10x + y = -x2 + 2


Answer 1
Answer: Using quadratic formula you can have a maximum of two solutions. When you set this problem equal to zero, your a=-1, b=-10, c=2

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A small silver dollar pancake served at a restaurant has a circumference of 2 inches. A regular pancake has a circumference of 4 inches. Is the area of the regular pancake twice the area of the silver dollar pancake? Explain.



Area of small silver dollar pancake=4pi
Area of regular pancake=16pi
16pi/4pi=4 times bigger than silver dollar pancake
NO, because in order to find the area of a circle you need to multiply pi with radius squared.

The side lengths of a square was dilated by the scale factor of 4/5. The new area of the square is 64 cm2. Find the original side lengths of the square.


Solve for side

a = 8 cm

A Area 64 cm^2

Using the formula

A = a^2

a = 

What number makes the percent equation true blank = 15% of 80



Step-by-step explanation:

15/100 × 80=12%


What is the similarity ratio of a cube with volume 729m^3 to a cube with volume 3375 m^3




Step-by-step explanation:

We are to find the similarity ratio of a cube with volume   to a cube with volume .

We know the formula for the ratio of two cubes:

where is the similarity ratio of the two cubes.

Substituting the given values in the formula to find :

Therefore, the similarity ratio of the two cubes is 3/5.


The similitary ratio is 3:5

Step-by-step explanation:

To answer this question let's call:

to volume 1.

Let's call:

to volume 2

The relation k of simiiltud between both volumes we find dividing between

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