I'm trying to help my sister with her math homework. finding it oddly difficult. Help anyone?

I'm trying to help my sister with her math homework. finding it oddly difficult. Help anyone? Topic: I'm trying to help my sister with her math homework. finding it oddly difficult. Help anyone?
June 18, 2019 / By Adriane
Question: It is a crossword puzzle and has clues. Here are the clues that I don't understand at all: 1. The number or expression that is used as a factor in repeated multiplication. 2. Information, numbers, or facts that describe something. 3. A product formed from repeated multiplication by the same number or expression. 4. A number that, when substituted for the variable in an equation, makes the equation true. 5. A graph that displays data from a frequency table. (It seems easy enough but it has to start with an "o". ???) 6. A _____ expression consists of numbers, variables and operations. Ok, so if any of you guys can figure at least one right, I will be very thankful. I feel very stupid. I am taking calculus. I should be able to get eight grade math questions right...
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Tex Tex | 1 day ago
1 is base 2 i dunno 3 something like exponential product maybe 4 solution 5 no idea 6 if the article was an rather than a i'd say algebraic....hell, i'll say it anyway
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Tex Originally Answered: Math Homework: Finding an equation of the line passing through each pair of points?
You're on the right path, actually You've found the correct slope for the first one, and have correctly inserted it into y=mx+b y = -2/3x + b (Insert a value of x and its corresponding y value into the equation to calculate b) 2 = -2/3(5) + b 2 + 10/3 = b 16/3 = b Now you insert b into the original equation (without the values of x and y) y= -2/3x + 16/3 This can be rewritten as 3y + 2x = 16 ( rewriting isn't necessary but it's always better to write the equation with no fractions and with both x and y having positive coefficients) I'll solve one more for you so that you can see how exactly it's done: Q2. (-6,3) and (2, -5) m = [3 -(-5) ]/[(-6 - 2) = -1 y = -x + b (insert x and corresponding y value) -5 = -(2) + b b = -5 + 2 = -3 Final answer: y = -x -3 OR y + x = -3

Placid Placid
1. base 2. definition 3. exponential function or exponent 4. solution 5. ogive 6. an 'algebraic' expression
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Mahlon Mahlon
Wow, I know what u mean, I fell super stupid (college grad) I think 6 is variable but im not sure.....................Sorry!
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Jem Jem
is one or three the square? two might be data yeh i have no idea calculus is much easier LOL
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Jem Originally Answered: Is it difficult to get a masters degree in applied math? How much harder is it than a B.S. in apllied math?
Whether you do a thesis depends on the school. Mine gave you a choice of 30 credits + thesis, or 36 credits. Even though it's applied math, my master's was much more theoretical than my bachelor's. Suggestion: look for a program that let's you take a couple of courses in a subject where you can actually apply the math to.
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