# Math 1160

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1. Multiply both sides by n: n³+1 = n³+n The sides aren't equal, so the equation is false. 2. Apply the rule of perfect square trinomial (a+b)² = a²+2ab+b² (4)²+2(4)(xy)+(xy)² 16+8xy+x²y² 3. Use the quadratic formula: for a = 1, b = 6 and c = -40 𝑥1,2 = Simplify: −6 ± √62 − 4(1)(−40) 2⋅ 1 𝑥1,2 = −6 ± 14 2 Separate the solutions: −6 + 14 𝑥1 = = 4 2 −6 − 14 𝑥2 = = −10 2 4. Use the slope formula: 𝑆𝑙𝑜𝑝𝑒 = −9 − (−3) = −6 4−3 5. Combine the like terms using the distributive properties: (q-6)y - (p-3)x -2 = 0 Solve the equation for the y-terms: (q-6)y = (p-3)x+2 Divide both sides by (q-6): 𝑝−3 𝑦 = 𝑞−6 6. Substitute x= -2 and find f(-2) 𝑓(−2) = f(-2) = -6 2(−2)2 + 2(−2) − 10 (−2) + 3 7. Let the variation of x be represented as h: (2(𝑥 + ℎ) − 5) − (2𝑥 − 5)) ℎ Expand: 2𝑥 + 2? ...
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