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Pre-Calculus

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Question:

How do you solve: (x-2) x (x+3)

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Answer:

(x-2) x (x+3) One must first multiple the first values of each parenthesis, therefore x * x. One must then multiple x * 3 and x * -2 and add them together since they have like variables. Lastly one must multiple the last numbers therefore -2 * 3 = 6. Giving the final answer of = x^2 + x - 6

Writing

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Question:

How can one enhance the beginning of a paper?

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Answer:

The best way to enhance the introduction of a paper is to include a hook that catches the readers attention. A good example of a hook is a quote that applies to the paper, a statistic that applies to the paper, or a story that applies to the paper. Utilizing one of these three things will really make the paper more intriguing to the reader.

Calculus

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Question:

How does one determine the domain and range of a function, f(x) = (12) / (x-3)

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Answer:

In order to determine the range one must look at the numerator and see whether or not any restrictions apply. In this case no restrictions are present so the range is all real numbers. As for determining the domain one must look at the denominator and see if any restrictions are present. In this case the denominator cannot equal x= 3 therefore the range is from negative infinity to 3 and 3 to positive infinity

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