Describe the zero product property.
if you are given two linear sequences...
if you are given two linear sequences 3,4,5,6,7,…and 5,7,9,11,13,…. explain how to find when the product of the two linear sequences is equal to zero.
its 60-10+x why, because she bought the dress with $60 and she received $10 dollars back. We don't know the variable.
48/40 = 1 8/40
1 8/40 Simplify to 1 1/5
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Answers:k = 13The smallest zero or root is x = -10
note: you can write "x^2" to mean "x squared"
f(x) = x^2+3x-10
f(x+5) = (x+5)^2+3(x+5)-10 ... replace every x with x+5
f(x+5) = (x^2+10x+25)+3(x+5)-10
f(x+5) = x^2+10x+25+3x+15-10
f(x+5) = x^2+13x+30
Compare this with x^2+kx+30 and we see that k = 13
Factor and solve the equation below
x^2+13x+30 = 0
(x+10)(x+3) = 0
x+10 = 0 or x+3 = 0
x = -10 or x = -3
The smallest zero is x = -10 as its the left-most value on a number line.
Step-by-step explanation:so you want to start by putting 2/3+4 together to get 4 2/3 and then divide it by -2
if you are given two linear sequences 3,4,5,6,7,…and 5,7,...