• Solve this math problem Qno.20 with proper explanation?

2 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
• Math problem, how exactly is it A, i need to see?

3 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
• Solution for Q.18. Math problem?

Clueless, so explanation needed even though i have the answer key.
Clueless, so explanation needed even though i have the answer key.
4 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
• Need this math solution?

4 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
• Solve this math?

Best answer to the one with explanation
Best answer to the one with explanation
1 answer · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
• Explanation needed for math?

C and D are equally true to me. Why is the answer D instead of C.
C and D are equally true to me. Why is the answer D instead of C.
4 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
• Solve with visible steps?

2 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
• Solve this?

3 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
• Explanation needed?

When solving through the question, the answer 65 should actually mean "the greatest number of stirfry carbohydrates...to make the combination correct". It doesn't make sense. 65 should be something like 10 ---- when we divided 5 and 35 by 10. !?!?
When solving through the question, the answer 65 should actually mean "the greatest number of stirfry carbohydrates...to make the combination correct". It doesn't make sense. 65 should be something like 10 ---- when we divided 5 and 35 by 10. !?!?
3 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago

Let the steps be visible
Let the steps be visible
1 answer · Mathematics · 3 weeks ago
• Solve both these problems with explanations along the way?

1 answer · Mathematics · 3 weeks ago

I need to see the steps or explanation
I need to see the steps or explanation
4 answers · Mathematics · 3 weeks ago
• Math parabola, i need a mental picture of this in order to understand it. Thankq?

I get the algebraic solution of substituting x for y and solving and x and what follows, but i am trying to make sense of it graphically. And it isn't making much sense...
I get the algebraic solution of substituting x for y and solving and x and what follows, but i am trying to make sense of it graphically. And it isn't making much sense...
1 answer · Mathematics · 2 months ago
• Math reasonin question(best explanation)?

I don't understand how in the equation 800/n(number of people) + 20 = 800/n-2, 20 is just added only one time and not multiple times as it said 'for each number or people'. I need a full step by step explanation
I don't understand how in the equation 800/n(number of people) + 20 = 800/n-2, 20 is just added only one time and not multiple times as it said 'for each number or people'. I need a full step by step explanation
8 answers · Mathematics · 2 months ago
• Can anyone solve this unsolveable math question?

4 answers · Mathematics · 2 months ago
• Just this math problem, that's all?

Explain the steps if necessary
Explain the steps if necessary
2 answers · Mathematics · 2 months ago
• Solve this math for 10 pts?

Explain along the steps if felt necessary
Explain along the steps if felt necessary
3 answers · Mathematics · 2 months ago
• 10 pts for the best answer (maths)?

Goooo
Goooo
2 answers · Mathematics · 2 months ago
• Midline of a sinusoidal function?

Take the average of the y values. Ok but when the y values include negatives, for example: 2.5 and -4.5. I JUST take out the minus from 4.5 and, add the two, divide by 2 and we have the midline. I cannot comprehend that we have to keep the minus. The logic behind that why. Thankyou all.
Take the average of the y values. Ok but when the y values include negatives, for example: 2.5 and -4.5. I JUST take out the minus from 4.5 and, add the two, divide by 2 and we have the midline. I cannot comprehend that we have to keep the minus. The logic behind that why. Thankyou all.
1 answer · Mathematics · 10 months ago
• Function transformation. Please explain thankyou?

Shouldn't it be vertical stretch? I can never get it right; very confusing. Please explain how to discern one from the other in diagrams. Here in the diagram, vertical compression does not make sense to me.
Shouldn't it be vertical stretch? I can never get it right; very confusing. Please explain how to discern one from the other in diagrams. Here in the diagram, vertical compression does not make sense to me.
3 answers · Mathematics · 10 months ago