# CALLING ALL MATH GEEKS QQ (Algebra II here)

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## CALLING ALL MATH GEEKS QQ (Algebra II here)

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3^3 * y^4 * y^2=

27 * y^(4+2)=

27*y^6

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## Re: CALLING ALL MATH GEEKS QQ (Algebra II here)

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(3^7 / 3^3) * (x^5 / x^3)

[3^(7-3)] * [x^(5-3)]

3^4 * x^2

81*x²

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## Re: CALLING ALL MATH GEEKS QQ (Algebra II here)

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## Re: CALLING ALL MATH GEEKS QQ (Algebra II here)

2/3 a^7 b^1

3^2 a^(1*2) b^(1*2)

9 a^2 b^2

6/9 a^(9-2) b^(3-2)

2/3 a^7 b

__6 (a^(3*3) b^(1*3))__3^2 a^(1*2) b^(1*2)

__6 a^9 b^3__9 a^2 b^2

6/9 a^(9-2) b^(3-2)

2/3 a^7 b

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## Re: CALLING ALL MATH GEEKS QQ (Algebra II here)

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6[a^(3*3)*b³] / (3²*a²*b²)

6(a^9*b³) / (9*a²*b²)

6/9 * (a^9) / a² * b³/b²

2/3 * a^7 * b

(2*a^7*b)/3

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## Re: CALLING ALL MATH GEEKS QQ (Algebra II here)

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-1* (2² * x^4*2)/ (5² * y²)

-(4*x^8 )/(25y²)

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## Booo~

**2[3(b-5)-(b^2+b+3)]**

what i did was distribute the three and negative sign,

**2(3b-15-b^2-b-3)**

now distribute the two,

**(6b-30-2b^2-2b-6)**

add all the common numbers together,

**(4b-36-2b^2)**

rearrange the numbers in order and answer is:

**-2b^2+4b-36**

DONE

if you have to simplify it more then take out the common factor of negative 2 to get :

**-2(b^2+2b-18)**

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## Re: CALLING ALL MATH GEEKS QQ (Algebra II here)

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find an expression for the area of the shaded portion of the figure[b]

find an expression for the area of the shaded portion of the figure[b]

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## Re: CALLING ALL MATH GEEKS QQ (Algebra II here)

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find an expression for the area of the shaded portion of the figure[b]

Shaded portion area = Whole area - White area

S = [3x(3x+10)]-[x*(x+4)]

S = (9x²+30x)-(x²+4x)

S = 8x²+26x

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erm... sry for necroing, either way deal with it. First and foremost for everyone having issues or simply looking for solutions for math problems visit [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and input whateve the math formula is and voila, computer magic is made. This is a hugely powerful tool that can solve diferencial equations among many other complex math formulas, just oughta put it out there. Also air... the music you used in that video...is perfect...

input example: ((3^7)*(x^5))/((3^3)(x^3)) this is for the second one you posted Jae. Do try it out, you have graphs, derivatives and whatever else you can think off done for you, and the free version even allows you to see the answer step by step ( they limit it to 3 times a day though ). Either way, it's a must if you have any advanced or simple math classes, so be sure to give it a try.

input example: ((3^7)*(x^5))/((3^3)(x^3)) this is for the second one you posted Jae. Do try it out, you have graphs, derivatives and whatever else you can think off done for you, and the free version even allows you to see the answer step by step ( they limit it to 3 times a day though ). Either way, it's a must if you have any advanced or simple math classes, so be sure to give it a try.

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## Re: CALLING ALL MATH GEEKS QQ (Algebra II here)

ShadowDx wrote: erm... sry for necroing, either way deal with it. First and foremost for everyone having issues or simply looking for solutions for math problems visit [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and input whateve the math formula is and voila, computer magic is made. This is a hugely powerful tool that can solve diferencial equations among many other complex math formulas, just oughta put it out there. Also air... the music you used in that video...is perfect...

input example: ((3^7)*(x^5))/((3^3)(x^3)) this is for the second one you posted Jae. Do try it out, you have graphs, derivatives and whatever else you can think off done for you, and the free version even allows you to see the answer step by step ( they limit it to 3 times a day though ). Either way, it's a must if you have any advanced or simple math classes, so be sure to give it a try.

Thanks!

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