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Ara A.

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Pre-Algebra

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Question:

Convert 5 and 1/3 into decimal.

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Answer:

By converting first the mixed fraction into an improper fraction, will get 16/3. Dividing 16 by 3 will acquire to the CORRECT answer which is 15.333

Basic Math

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Question:

Multiply (5x^y + 2x) (3y + 8).

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Answer:

Using FOIL method, multiply first 5x^2y to 3y and we will get 15x^2 y^2. Then multiply the outer terms which are 5x^2 y to 8 and we will acquire 40x^2 y. Multiplying the inner terms will get 6xy. Lastly, multiplying the last two terms will get 16x. Combining these products will get to the FINAL answer which is 15x^2 y^2 + 40x^2 y + 6xy + 16x.

Algebra

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Question:

A box is to be made of a piece of cardboard 9 inches square by cutting equal squares out of the corners and turning up the sides. Find the volume of the largest box that can be made in this way.

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Answer:

Volume of a box is acquired by Length x Width x Height. In relation to this equation and to unknown 'X' corner along sides, we can substitute the following: Length = 9-2X Width = 9-2X Height = X Thus, Volume = (9-2X)^2 X expanding the equation: 4X^3 - 36^2 + 81 deriving the equation, we will get a quadratic formula: 12X^2 - 72X + 81 possible equivalent of 'X' are: X=4.5 and X=1.5 substituting the values we will get the right answer which is 54 cubic inches.

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