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Re: I'm doing everyone's math homework. (old)

To be honest, for some reason I always have trouble with these sorts of things. Even in calculus 3, you go over this again (yes, I'm serious), except you use vectors but idk, I get raped with this crap.

Anyway, here's my attempt...pretty sure they're right:

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The key to solving these is to use the point-slope formula: [Image: a211b4370086efa422855a2d30c453a3.png]

And here is the standard form of a linear equation:
[Image: 7e6859919d495035e99c333d04e3e0b9.png], where A, B, C are any real numbers. A and B are coefficients of x and y.

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Quote:Write the standard form of the equation of the line that passes though A(5,9) and is parallel to the graph of y=5x-9

If we want a parallel line to something, in this case, a line parallel to y=5x-9, we take the slope which is m=5 and plug it into the point-slope formula. But we still need more information so that we can get a unique line, in this case, it would be the point (5,9). For the point (5,9), x=5 and y=9 both of which we plug into the point slope equation to get:

y - 9 = 5(x - 5) which simplifies to
y - 9 = 5x - 25
y = 5x - 16 which in standard form equals
-5x + y = -16

Notice we plugged in the values from (5,9) into " y1 " and " x1 ". Just remember if you're going to be substituting values into the point-slope equation that you need substitute the variables y1 and x1 and not the "x" and "y" so that you can actually get a linear equation that makes sense.

Quote:Write the standard form of the equation of the line that passes though B(-10, -5) and is perpendicular to the graph of 6x-5y=24

This is essentially the same problem except the initial conditions ask for a line that is perpendicular and not parallel. To get a perpendicular line, we follow the same procedure as above except in this case, we will have a different value for m. (Note that the variable m is usually going to mean slope.)

Okay, so to get a perpendicular line, we need to find the "opposite reciprocal" of the slope of 6x-5y=24.

First, get the equation into slope-intercept form ( [Image: d24ebc87176b242c935535a363c5fc10.png] )
6x - 5y = 24
-5y = -6x + 24 , (divide both sides by -5 )
y = (6/5)x - (24/5)

The slope of this equation is 6/5, and the opposite reciprocal is -(5/6). All you do is negate, then invert the numerator and denominator.

So our m = -(5/6)

You can do all the work if you want. You do the same thing as above. Here's the answer:

-(5/6)x + y = -(40/3)

I can do the rest a little later. It's 5:45 AM which means time for a run.

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Quote:Write the standard form of the equation of the line that is parallel tot the graph of the given equation and passes through the point with the given coordinates.
1. y= 2x+10; (0, 8) 2. 4x-9y=-23; (12, -15) 3. y=-9; (4, -11)

1. -2x+y=8
2. -(4/9)x + y = -(61/3)
3. y = -11


Quote:Write the standard form of the equation of the line that is perpendicular tot the graph of the given equation and passes through the point with the given coordinates.

1. y=5x+12; (0, -3) 2. 6x-y=3; (7, -2) 3. x=12; (6, -13)

1. (1/5)x + y = -3
2. (1/6)x + y = -(5/6)
3. y = -13

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i have maths homework. i just cant remember what it is.

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Uh, guys, well... I don't like to ask for help from other people, but this is really desperate:

I know shit about mathematics. My math teacher is shite. Which means I need to know trigonometry. I found a good video that helped me understand some things from other part of math, but trigonometry remains impenetrable to me. Someone knows where I can find a site or GOOOOD book to learn trigonometry for real?

And if no one knows, can someone help me with my work? If I don't do this, I'm fucked. I flunked in math, so this is my recovery (if the grammar is kinda fucked up, its because I'm translating on the fly from portuguese, so I recomend using a online translator):

1) Determinate: (Determine)

a) Sen 8 π (pi symbol, looks weird in this forum)

b) Sen π
3

(the 3 won't go below it for some reason, but its pi with the 3 bellow)

2) Determinate the values of m so that the equations can be solved. (Determine os valores de m para os quais as equações tenham solução.)

a) sen x = m² + m - 1

b) Sen x = m - 1
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Ok first, you can watch some trigonometry videos here:
http://videos.howstuffworks.com/search. ... eo&x=0&y=0

Start with 1, then watch 2, then 3... or just skip to whatever you need.

Another thing that will help you is by printing out this trigonometry cheat sheet.

If you want me to help you understand this stuff, I need specific information about what you're having trouble with or I can't help you learn it.

Answers:
1)
a) 0
b) sqrt(3) / 2 This says the square root of 3, all of that over 2.

2) is strange. Is that all the information that was given to you? How are you supposed to find m?

I'm not even sure what 2) is asking.

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I think 2 is asking to find what "m" means so both equations can be solved.

What I'm having trouble with? Well... almost everything.
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Edit: Didn't notice Slaughter's post.
Google translate says "Determine the values of m for which the equations have solution[s]." It might mean the range of values for m that would make the value of the left side of the equation between -1 and 1. It also might mean the values of m that would only give one solution (left side of the equation equals 1 or -1), but I think if it meant that it would have said x has to be between 0 and 2π.

Sort of guessing here:

b) -1 <= m - 1 <= 1
0 <= m <= 2
If that's even what the question means, Strat can do a) because it's his thread. (And I have no idea how to do it. xD)

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That's right fist. Sin (x) cannot ever equal anything less than -1 or more than 1. So you just set up that inequality...

Slaughter Wrote:I think 2 is asking to find what "m" means so both equations can be solved.

What I'm having trouble with? Well... almost everything.

I recommend you watch those videos I linked to. And let me know if there's anything that you particularly can't understand.

Have you just started trigonometry in your class?

I can't help you unless you have a specific problem with something. There's only so much I can do over the internet.

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http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/pdf/Algeb...educed.pdf

Holy crap! I really need to print this stuff! Great stuff, however, it blew my mind. I felt like a stupid caveman just by reading this list. Daaaamn, I suck at math.

I think I will get some free time to see the video at this night. In a hour or two, me thinks.
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Slaughter Wrote:http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/pdf/Algeb...educed.pdf

Holy crap! I really need to print this stuff! Great stuff, however, it blew my mind. I felt like a stupid caveman just by reading this list. Daaaamn, I suck at math.

I think I will get some free time to see the video at this night. In a hour or two, me thinks.

Whoops it looks like I gave you the wrong one. That one you got there is helpful too though.

http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/pdf/Trig ... educed.pdf

Try that. Wink

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Yeah, umm any possible way that can help me pass the FUCKING
MATH CAHSEE I'VE BEEN TAKING FOR 5 YEARS NOW???

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Um... Strat, I need help with Negatives. Not answers but, help. We're doing algebra ATM, but there's too many negatives involved.

Also, aside from anything past negatives (excluding algebra[as in I can do algebra]) I'll help you with this

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I'm pretty good with Algebra. I'll try and give you a hand, if you want.

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No, I can do algebra, it's easy, I just have trouble with Negatives. Or as my teacher says "Directed Numbers".

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火 Wrote:Um... Strat, I need help with Negatives. Not answers but, help. We're doing algebra ATM, but there's too many negatives involved.

Also, aside from anything past negatives (excluding algebra[as in I can do algebra]) I'll help you with this

Hey I'll help you when I get home from school today. I bet I can clear it up.

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What confused me when I started learning about negatives was all these unwieldy "rules" my teacher came up with that are unnecessary. Not only that, but we would spend the entire time learning about the "theory" behind negatives (lol). The truth is, nobody cares about different ways of "looking at" negative numbers, and by the time you actually get to the point where you're going to be looking that closely at numbers, you'll be a professional mathematician.

So here's a way to better understand how to simply compute operations where negatives are involved:

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Let's look at -6 + 2. A very simple arithmetic problem. What helped me when I started with negative numbers was (1) by moving around the "terms" (more explanation in a moment) and (2) by using parentheses and grouping "terms" whenever multiplication and division was involved.

What is a term? Well it gets more involved when you get to higher algebra, but for our purposes, a "term" is going to be each number in some "expression" (such as -6+2 or 7 + 5 - 1 + 20 etc.) including its number sign.

The terms in -6 + 2 are -6 and +2. The terms in 7+5-1+20 are +7, +5, -1, +20. Remember that 7 + 7 is really +7 +7.

Rather than thinking about adding and subtracting, think about it as putting terms together.

When I first started out computing -6 + 2, one thing that helped me was switching the order to 2 - 6. These two expression are equal so you are allowed to do this. I don't know why, but 2 - 6 was always much simpler than -6 + 2.

Now for something more complicating. Take -8 - -13. Remember if you ever have two negative signs together like that, it simply becomes a positive. So,

-8 - -13 =
-8 + 13 =
13 - 8 =
5.

Notice how I switched the terms so I wasn't all confused by that negative sign.

Ex. 31 + (-8) - 13 + 7.

31 + (-8) - 13 + 7 =
31 - 8 - 13 + 7 =
23 - 13 + 7 =
10 + 7 =
17.

Remember that a positive sign and a negative sign together simply becomes a negative sign. And remember, think of these operations in terms of putting negative and positive terms together. When you do 10 - 5, what you're doing is putting +10 and -5 together.

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I can write up something about multiplication and division if you need that.

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Spiffy, there, Gayarou.

Okay, I can help with anything up to Geometry.
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Um... Yes please?

Kay, so now I have the adding/subtracting part down. In three minutes. It took my teachers ages to instill the two same signs = plus two different signs = minus thing. Your a genius!

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Learning to Multiply and Divide with Negatives

I want to make this very simple.

Remember that the rules for multiplication and division are exactly the same.

The rules:

1) A negative term times a negative term equals a positive term. Always.
Ex. (-5) x (-11) = 55

2) A negative term times a positive term equals a negative term. Always.
Ex. 4 x (-7) = -28

Remember that 4 x (-7) is the same as (-7) x 4. This is the commutative property of multiplication. You don't need to remember that big fancy term. Wink

That's all there is too it.

Try these problems on your own. The answer is in the hidden tags.

1) 28 / -4
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2) -25 / 5
Hidden stuff:
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3) -40 x -2
Hidden stuff:
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4) -6 x -7
Hidden stuff:
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5) -10 x 2
Hidden stuff:
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Challenge problem (Hint: Compute the expressions within the parentheses first.):

(5 - 6) x (-10) / (-5 + 3)
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(-1) x (-10) / (-5 + 3) =
10 / (-5 + 3) =
10 / (-2) =
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for once i dont hhave any maths homework.

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Thanks Strat!

Well, I am now ready to give you some help with this shindig.

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Halp! (Find x. Also, I forgot to write in the cm part. But I don't think that's too important.)

My math teacher is so mean. D:


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Yay for Pythagoras pissing me off! It's easy as.. Well yeah, it's easy. But no one in my class understands it. Blargh!

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Halp! (Find x. Also, I forgot to write in the cm part. But I don't think that's too important.)

My math teacher is so mean. D:


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Re: Get your math homework solved here.

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Hidden stuff:
="Gaiyara"]Learning to Multiply and Divide with Negatives

I want to make this very simple.

Remember that the rules for multiplication and division are exactly the same.

The rules:

1) A negative term times a negative term equals a positive term. Always.
Ex. (-5) x (-11) = 55

2) A negative term times a positive term equals a negative term. Always.
Ex. 4 x (-7) = -28

Remember that 4 x (-7) is the same as (-7) x 4. This is the commutative property of multiplication. You don't need to remember that big fancy term. Wink

That's all there is too it.

Try these problems on your own. The answer is in the hidden tags.

1) 28 / -4
[hidden]-7

2) -25 / 5
Hidden stuff:
-5

3) -40 x -2
Hidden stuff:
80

4) -6 x -7
Hidden stuff:
42

5) -10 x 2
Hidden stuff:
-20

Challenge problem (Hint: Compute the expressions within the parentheses first.):

(5 - 6) x (-10) / (-5 + 3)
Hidden stuff:
(5 - 6) x (-10) / (-5 + 3) =
(-1) x (-10) / (-5 + 3) =
10 / (-5 + 3) =
10 / (-2) =
-5
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It's fuckin' ice cream and cookies compared to Pre-Calculus!

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Which is a fucking ice cream cone compared to college logic.
Oh wat I don't take college logix... I'm in 8 grade.
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Re: I'm doing everyone's math homework.

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magikarp Wrote:[Image: qstn6.jpg]

Halp! (Find x. Also, I forgot to write in the cm part. But I don't think that's too important.)

My math teacher is so mean. D:


Lol, your three kind of looks like an ass on its side! Biggrin

The answer is 5....

What math class are you in??? Pre algebra?
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Nah man, I'm in college.

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