MATHEMATICS
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Answer:

Answer:

would you need to divide them???

Step-by-step explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is the solution to the equation? 4 + 3s – 9s = 22

A. s = –3

B. s = –1.5

C. s = 1.5

4 + 3s – 9s = 22

4 - 6s = 22

-6s = 18

-6s/-6 = 18/-6

s = -3

S would equal -3

Best Regards, Mike

4 - 6s = 22

-6s = 18

-6s/-6 = 18/-6

s = -3

S would equal -3

Best Regards, Mike

MIDDLE SCHOOL

your friends final bowling score is 105. your final bowling score is 14 pins less than your friends final score write and solve an equation to find your final score

Let your final bowling score be x. It is 14 pins less than your friends final score. Your friends final bowling score is 105. Then x is 14 pins less than 105.

1 way: This means that 105 is greater than x by 14. Mathematically,

105-x=14,

-x=14-105,

-x=-91,

x=91.

2 way: When you add 14 to x, you'll get 105.

x+14=105,

x=105-14,

x=91.

Answer: Your final score is 91.

You could use x to represent your friend's score and y to represent your score. So if your score, y, is 14 less than your friend's score, x, then the equation would be:

x-14=y.

Now you plug in the x, 105, and solve for y.

105-14=91

x-14=y.

Now you plug in the x, 105, and solve for y.

105-14=91

COLLEGE

Consider the function f(x)=2x^3+24x^2−54x+9,−9≤x≤2 This function has an absolute minimum value equal to? and an absolute maximum value equal to ?

If you evaluate it, it's −9≤x≤2 and trying to find the absolute maximum/minimum of it then you'll get nothing due to it being an improper fraction of some sorts.. And there's still nothing when trying to find it all together.. Sorry that I wasn't that much help.

HIGH SCHOOL

sam has a jar that contains 6 blue marbles and 5 violet marbles. he randomly draws one marble and then draws another marble .What is the probability of drawing two violet marbles without replacement

The probability of drawing a violet marble on the first draw is 5/11.

Having drawn violet on the first draw, there are now 4 violet marbles left and a total of 10 marbles. So, the probability of violet on the second draw is 4/10.

Having drawn violet on the first draw, there are now 4 violet marbles left and a total of 10 marbles. So, the probability of violet on the second draw is 4/10.