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Asked by issy · 7 months ago

Make x the subject of m=n+x/p?

I am assuming m=n+(x/p) 1)first me substract both side by 'n' m-n=x/p 2)then we multiply both sides by 'p' (m-n)*p=x hence this is the final answer x=(m-n)*p

Maths

Asked by Kingston · 6 months ago

2193.67 by 8.5% to 2dps?

First of convert percentage into fraction then multiply with original value. Like this 8.5%=8.5/100 (8.5/100)×2193.67 = 186.46195 Now to reduce it upto 2dps i-e 186.46

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Asked by Nï · 7 months ago

Express as a product of Prime factor 24?

Prime factors means prime numbers Let’s list the first 5 prime numbers 2, 3, 5, 7, 11 9 is not a prime number because it belongs to the 3 times tables as well as itself and 1. Now 24 —> 2 x 12 2 is lowest prime so leave that, focus on 12 24 —> 2 x 12 —> 2 x 2 x 6 Leave the 2’s focus on the 6 24 —> 2 x 12 —> 2 x 2 x 6 —> 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 Now they are all prime Final Answer: 24 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 = (2^3)... more

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Asked by Ruby · 10 months ago

What’s the nth term of 1,10,25,46,73,106?

This is a quadratic sequence. 1) Find the difference between each term: difference between: 1 and 10 = 9 10 and 25 = 15 25 and 46 = 21 46 and 73 = 27 73 and 106 = 33 2) Find the common difference of the differences So 9, 15, 21, 27, 33 The common difference between these numbers is 6. You divide this by 2 and now this will be your coefficient for n^2, so 3n^2. 3) Find the values for 3n^2 f... more

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Asked by Levi · 9 months ago

Use x for unknown numbers.I think of a number multiply it by two,then subtract nine?

take ‘x’ you are asked to multiply it by 2 giving you ‘2x’ then you are asked to take away 9 Giving you ‘2x-9’ I always substitute a number in to check that the equation works at the end

Maths

Asked by Sara · 10 months ago

5n - 30 sequence?

n represents where the term in the sequence. So for the first term n=1, for the second term n =2 etc. All you have to do is substitute in values for n to find the terms of the sequence. 5(1) - 30 = -25 5(2) - 30 = -20 5(3) - 30 = -15 5(4) - 30 = -10 5(5) - 30 = -5 5(6) - 30 = 0 So the first 6 terms for your sequence would be: -25, -20, -15, -10, -5, 0

English

Asked by Liam · 2 years ago

Where are the oldest parts of the oceanic crust found?

The oldest parts of oceanic crust only reach around 200-260 million years old, which is relatively young compared to continental crust because it goes through a recycling process. New, young oceanic crust is formed at mid-ocean ridges, where seafloor spreading occurs. As the seafloor spreads over time, the crust gets colder and denser with age. The oceanic crust, thus gets to a point where it so d... more

English

Asked by Max · 2 years ago

What is the easiest way to identify the mineral calcite?

Identifying calcite is relatively easy. Firstly, it is generally light-coloured (mostly white) and is translucent to transparent. It's hardness is about a 3 on the Moh's hardness scale, so it can't be scratched by your fingernail, but scratching it with a metal nail or your hammer will leave a mark. The final step is to use the hydrochloric acid test. If it reacts with the acid and begins to bubbl... more

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Asked by Caitlan · a month ago

Calculate the number in the middle of 14 and 29?

In order to find the middle number (the average) you need to add both numbers together and divide by two to find the centre point. 14+29 = 43 43/2 = 21.5

Religious Studies

Asked by Isabella · 3 months ago

What is the authority of the Qur’an?

In Islam, the Quran is believed to be the word of God (Allah), which was revealed to the final Prophet, Muhammad ﷺ through the Angel Gabriel over a span of 23 years. It has been unchanged and completely preserved since the time of revelation and is believed by Muslims to be the ultimate form of guidance. It contains advice, prohibitions and stories to reflect upon such that one can better themselv... more

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