Tutor profile: Kyle M.
find the area of a triangle that has a height of 12in and a base of 10in
the formula for the area of a triangle is, Area = 0.5 * (base) * (height). So plug in your base and height into this equation and get Area = 0.5*(12in)*(10in) Area = 60 in^2
solve the integral int(0 to 2) (2x)dx
to solve this problem you must take the anti derivative of 2x. Do this by adding 1 to the exponent, 1+1 = 2, then dividing by your new exponent (2), this process would look like this 1. 2x^(1+1) 2. (2x^(1+1))/2 3. x^2 then evaluate your anti derivative at the boundary conditions, 2 and 0. take your 2 and plug it in to x^2 to get 4, then subtract the number you get when you plug in 0 to x^2, and your result is 4
Find the zeros in the equation below: (x+2)(x-4)=0
x = -2,4 when you set (x+2) = 0 then the you subtract two from each side to get rid of the 2 on the left side, and the result is x = -2, repeat this step for (x-4) = 0, except this time you add 4 to get rid of the 4 on the left side and the result is x = 4
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