tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.comments2015-07-01T20:29:22.863-07:00Algebra Word Problem SolutionsKlitschko Fanhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02473140486210939688noreply@blogger.comBlogger184125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-46105497257512580882012-08-10T01:13:04.933-07:002012-08-10T01:13:04.933-07:00Thank you so much for the information that really ...Thank you so much for the information that really helps me a lotMary Glean B. EscuĂ±anoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-9248969117133993492012-07-26T14:29:55.254-07:002012-07-26T14:29:55.254-07:00Hey man, what's with this
7x = 50 = 50/7 ...Hey man, what's with this<br /><br />7x = 50 = 50/7 so how come<br /><br />50 = 50/7 ????? Like wow man, if you get $50<br /><br />suddenly it is worth $50/7 , like that's nasty!<br /><br />If you could explain how and why this happened<br />some insight could be gained.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-62097093919101432302012-06-14T05:22:41.186-07:002012-06-14T05:22:41.186-07:00The given solution is right. However, the equation...The given solution is right. However, the equation must be 1/x + 1/y - 1/z = 1/n ; where: x = no. of hours for pipe A; y = no. of hours for pipe B; z = no. of hours for the leak; and, n = no. of hours if they are opened at the same timeAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-38784002960564427582012-05-29T04:12:14.099-07:002012-05-29T04:12:14.099-07:00tHAnkiiiiEtHAnkiiiiERekha Khatrihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/03720642670861082849noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-25888672331978761892012-05-15T03:14:15.404-07:002012-05-15T03:14:15.404-07:00its correct..
let the two numbers be equal to x a...its correct..<br /><br />let the two numbers be equal to x and y<br /><br />(equation 1): the sum of the two numbers is equal to 40: x+y=40 (eq.1)<br /><br />(equation 2): twice the first number... : 2x<br /> ...is... : =<br /> ...3 more than... : 3+<br /> ...5 times the other number...: 5y<br /> : 2x=3+5y (eq.2)<br /><br /><br />equation 1 can also be expressed as: x=40-y<br /><br />so substituting it with the (x) in equation 2 would result to another equation which is: 2(40-y)=3+5y<br /> 80-2y=3+5y<br /> 5y+2y=80-3<br /> 7y=77<br /> y=11<br /><br />solve for x by substituting the value of y in any of the two equations:<br />(equation 1): x+y=40<br /> x+11=40<br /> x=40-11<br /> x=29<br /><br />the two numbers are 11 & 29<br /><br />if you're still in doubt encode the two equations on a CASIO fx-991 or 570 ES and use its equation function to check if the answer is correct..Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-12230306785771769212012-05-09T19:11:36.966-07:002012-05-09T19:11:36.966-07:00Thanks for pointing that out...Thanks for pointing that out...Klitschko Fanhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02473140486210939688noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-78403165224475084012012-05-09T19:11:12.628-07:002012-05-09T19:11:12.628-07:00Ya I forgot to add the extra x -- its x on both si...Ya I forgot to add the extra x -- its x on both sides of the width and length for the rug-- I will update. I just did it for one side in a hurry.Klitschko Fanhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02473140486210939688noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-83619172957565061172012-05-08T19:39:53.031-07:002012-05-08T19:39:53.031-07:00thanks this was soo helpful please keep up the goo...thanks this was soo helpful please keep up the good work!Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-4183611486204914462012-04-28T09:49:23.156-07:002012-04-28T09:49:23.156-07:00r told s, i was 10 years older than you are now, w...r told s, i was 10 years older than you are now, when you were born. My present age is 50 yrs . Find s's present age ??jinishhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09895357166203064257noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-84321636883216957482012-04-21T15:35:26.273-07:002012-04-21T15:35:26.273-07:00I'm pretty confident you solved for the wrong ...I'm pretty confident you solved for the wrong unknown. You solved not for the width of the strip but for twice the width of the strip. You stated: "The space between that figure and the 14 x 15 figure is x." but if it is the case that x is the rugless border, then the problem to be solved is:<br />(14-2x)(15-2x)=110<br />thus<br />210-58x+4x**2=110<br />4x**2-58x-100=0<br />x**2-(29/2)x-25=0<br />(x-2)(x-25/2)=0<br />so x=2 is the realistic answer if x is the rugless border.<br /><br />The arithmetic works nicer your way, but in that case you have to say you are going to make x TWICE THE RUGLESS BORDER.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-44164926270599452182012-04-16T16:48:04.141-07:002012-04-16T16:48:04.141-07:00Didn't you skip a step? You went straight fro...Didn't you skip a step? You went straight from (X^-29x + 100 = 0) to the quadratic equation of (x-25)(x-4)= 0. How do you reverse the simplification of a quadratic equation? In other words, how did you separate -29x into -25X and -4x?Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-82444445809591881712012-03-20T22:25:53.574-07:002012-03-20T22:25:53.574-07:00mas maganda kung table yung ginamitmas maganda kung table yung ginamitAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-28770332365733489632012-03-20T22:23:51.286-07:002012-03-20T22:23:51.286-07:00oo ngaoo ngaAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-84757609038546252792012-03-05T03:33:20.200-08:002012-03-05T03:33:20.200-08:00Blah Blah Blah. That Sucks.Blah Blah Blah. That Sucks.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-51751471946528172232012-02-11T22:16:09.012-08:002012-02-11T22:16:09.012-08:00it can't be 18 cuz
4*18=72
18+4=22
22*2=44
4...it can't be 18 cuz<br /><br />4*18=72<br /><br />18+4=22<br />22*2=44<br />44+12=56<br /><br />72 doesn't=56Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-39287063653463157432012-01-27T11:54:14.594-08:002012-01-27T11:54:14.594-08:00Wouldn't the strip be 2 since the length/width...Wouldn't the strip be 2 since the length/width of the rug is 2x less than the room?M.T.https://www.blogger.com/profile/10900508183808084643noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-51051378226559327782012-01-24T18:54:21.981-08:002012-01-24T18:54:21.981-08:00what is the unit measure of the answer?what is the unit measure of the answer?Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-4408584725540813762012-01-14T20:04:22.130-08:002012-01-14T20:04:22.130-08:00K.K.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-7159467385906934332012-01-11T23:58:21.528-08:002012-01-11T23:58:21.528-08:00mas maganda kung gumamit siya ng table ,,, suggest...mas maganda kung gumamit siya ng table ,,, suggestion lng po ...:|Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-76103433568540101232012-01-11T23:53:16.981-08:002012-01-11T23:53:16.981-08:00Wow! thanks for the algebra problem now i can answ...Wow! thanks for the algebra problem now i can answer my assignment given by my math teacher.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-41156902337074271852012-01-10T02:49:37.055-08:002012-01-10T02:49:37.055-08:00i understnd it but maybe u shall given more proble...i understnd it but maybe u shall given more problems.!Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-4610529874859682912012-01-07T00:39:09.882-08:002012-01-07T00:39:09.882-08:00There were 100 people present at a baseball card s...There were 100 people present at a baseball card show:<br /><br />59 were men<br />72 were football and baseball card collectors<br />81 were college graduates<br />89 were right-handed<br /><br />What is the least number of men who were both football and baseball card collectors and right-handed college graduates?Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-60003582722082904922012-01-01T03:26:03.411-08:002012-01-01T03:26:03.411-08:00let m for the man and w for the wife, for the prob...let m for the man and w for the wife, for the problem:<br />A man and his wife have ages that total 98. He is twice as old as she was when he was as old as she is now. Find current ages.<br /><br />total ages of m+w=98<br />and m=2w; while w=w<br />let the equation be like this to solve the problem:<br /><br />2w+w=98-2<br />3w=96<br />w=32; the age of wife now<br />m=2(32)<br />m=64; the age of man<br /><br />Note:64 is the twice of the wife's age 32.dadzkiehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/04372681364255300818noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-44843420185531557402012-01-01T03:10:44.090-08:002012-01-01T03:10:44.090-08:00b=1/3(f) --->present; in 12yrs: b=1/2(f)+12 --&...b=1/3(f) --->present; in 12yrs: b=1/2(f)+12 -->eq1<br />f=f -->present; in 12 yrs:f=f+12<br /><br />but also in 12 yrs: b=1/3(f+12)--->eq2<br /><br />1/2(f)+12=1/3(f+12)<br />1/2(f)-1/3(f)=6-12<br />-1/6(f)=-6<br />f=36 --->age of Father<br />if b=1/3(f)<br />b=1/3(36)<br />b=12 --->age of Bobdadzkiehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/04372681364255300818noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6078192846661822178.post-38564071894947718402011-12-31T01:18:41.774-08:002011-12-31T01:18:41.774-08:00i have this computations:
Present:
Man=27+son'...i have this computations:<br /><br />Present:<br />Man=27+son's age --->27+x<br />Son=x;<br /><br />In 10 yrs:<br />Man=2(x+27+10)<br />son=x+10<br /><br />27+x+10=2(x+10)(twice the son's age in 10 yrs)<br />37+x=2x+20<br />-x=-17<br />x=17; age of the Son<br /><br />SOn= 17 yo now<br />if the Present age of the Man is 27+Son<br />therefore:<br />Man=27+17<br />Man=44dadzkiehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/04372681364255300818noreply@blogger.com