How do you find x in this equation? sqrt(x+11) = sqrt(x)+1

# How do you find x in this equation? sqrt(x+11) = sqrt(x)+1

• MATH

How do you find x in this equation? sqrt(x+11) = sqrt(x)+1

For this problem, you are going to square both sides of the equation: (sqrt(x+11))^2=(sqrt(x)+1)^2 Which gives us: x+11 = x+2sqrt(x) +1 We will then subtract both x and 1 from both sides of the…

• TEACHERS

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• REFERENCE

Bring out the difference between written English and spoken English?answer in detail

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• A ROSE FOR EMILY

What are some examples of foreshadowing in “A Rose for Emily”?

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• JOHN DONNE

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• A ROSE FOR EMILY

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• A ROSE FOR EMILY

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• A ROSE FOR EMILY

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• THE PASSIONATE SHEPHERD TO HIS LOVE

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• RELIGION

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• THE GREAT GATSBY

How is ambition and obsession shown in The Great Gatsby?

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• ROMEO AND JULIET

Who sees Juliet’s funeral and carries the message of her death to Romeo?

The answer to this question can be found at the very start of Act V, Scene 1. In that scene, Romeo in in Mantua. He is there because he has been exiled from Verona. This happened because he…

• MATH

Evaluate the expression 4-||14|-11|

To answer this question, we have to start looking at it from the inside and work our way out. |14| = 14 so the expression then becomes 4- |14-11| 14-11 = 3 so the expression becomes 4-|3| |3| = 3…

• ROMEO AND JULIET

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• ROMEO AND JULIET

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• SOCIAL SCIENCES

How has the government tried to help us out of the current recession? What have they done with…

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• LITERATURE

What is the analysis of the word hero? such as the structure.

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• THE BLACK CAT

What do cats symbolize in “The Black Cat” and “The Cats of Ulthar”?

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• GIRL

In the story Girl, by Jamaica Kincaid . What is girl in the story? is she a daughter ,

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• GRAMMAR

WE ………………………………. ENGLISH FOR FIVE YEARS.(STUDY)FILL IN WITH SUITABLE…

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• SOCIAL SCIENCES

hi, i have been in true love with my instructor for 3 years. I cant tell him directly.what should…

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• SOHRAB AND RUSTUM

What is the main theme of “Sohrab and Rustum”?I’m having trouble finding the main theme.

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• HENRY IV, PART I

Compare Prince Hal to Hotspur in Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part I.

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• LITERATURE

What are some medieval elements in english romantic poetry?

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• THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET

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• HISTORY

How did the Manifest Destiny play a role in the development of the United States in the 20th…

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• GOOD COUNTRY PEOPLE

What is the importance of family in “Good Country People”?

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• MATH

Demonstrate that f(x) is an increasing function if f(x) = x + cosx .

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• MATH

If 1 + 5^x – (2*25^x) = 0 solve the equation in R .

1+5^x -(2*25*x)=0 Let us simplify the function: 1+ 5^x – 2*5^2x)=0 Now assume that y=5^x 1+y-2y^2 =0 Now we have a function is the standard formula : 2y^2 -y-1=0 Factorize: (2y+1)(y-1)=0 y1= -1/2…

• MATH

Find two solutions to solve sin15 + sin75 .

sin15+sin75 Method (1) We know that sinx +siny = 2sin (x+y)/2 * cos(x-y)/2 sin15+sin75 = 2sin(45) * cos (-30) = 2(sqrt(2)/2) (sqrt(3)/2) = sqrt(6)/2 Method (2)…

• MATH

Solve [(9x^2 – 9y^2)/(6x^2y^2)]/[(3x + 3y)/(12x^2y^5)] .

(9x^2-9y^2)/(6x^2 y^2) / (3x+3y)/(12x^2 y^5) = (9x^2 -9y^2)*(12x^2 y^5) / (6x^2 y^2)(3x+3y) = 12 (3x-3y)(3x+3y)*(x^2 y^5) / 6(x^2 y^2)(3x+3y) Now reduce similar: = 2(3x-3y)*y^3 = 6(x-y) y^3 To…

• MATH

If the function f(x) = (2x)/(x^2 + 1) determine the extreme values of the function .

f(x)= 2x/(x^2+1) First we will determine the derivative f'(x) Let f(x)= u/v u= 2x ==> u’=2 v= x^2+1 ==> v’= 2x f'(x)= (u’v-uv’) /v^2 = [2(x^2+1) -(2x)(2x)]/( x^2+1)^2 = 2x^2+2…

• MATH

which are the solutions of sin2x = 2sinx?

sin2x = 2sinx ==> sin2x-2sinx = 0 sin2x= sin(x+x) = 2sinx cos x ==> 2sinx cos x -2sinx=0 Factorize 2sinx ==> 2sinx(cosx-1)=0 Then the sloutions are: sinx=0 or cosx=1 x1= arcsin 0 =…

• MATH

Given that f(x) = ln x – [2(x – 1)/x + 1]. Prove that if x > 1, then ln x > [2(x – 1)/x…

f(x) = lnx-2(x-1)/x+1] To show that for x>1, lnx >2(x-1)/(x+1). We know that: For -1 < y <1. ln(1+y) = y – y^2/2 + y^3/3 + y^4 /4 ……… -ln(1-y) = y +y^2/2 + y^3/3 +y^4/4 +………

• MATH

Solve the equation lg(x + 1) – lg9 = 1 – lg(x) .

log(x+1)-log9 = 1-log(x) We know that logx-logy= log(x/y) and log10 =1 Substitute: log(x+1)/9 = log10-log(x) log(x+1)/9 = log(10/x) ==> (x+1)/9 = 10/x ==> x(x+1)= 90 ==> x^2+x -90=0…

• MATH

Calculate the value of the expression: (1/1 + i) + (1/1 – i)

1/(1+i)+1(1-i) To evaluate this, we need a common denominator. The easy way to get a common denominator is to multiply the two denominators together like so: (1+i)*(1-i) = 1+i-i-i^2 Combining like…

• MATH

Determine tg [pi/2 – arctg(1/2)] .

tg(pi/2 -arctg(1/2) We know that : ctg (x)= tg(pi/2 – x) ==> tg(pi/2 -arctg(1/2)= ctg (arctg(1/2) = ctg(arc ctg (2) = 2

• MATH

If a + b = 5 and a*b = 2 . Calculate the sum (a/b) + (b/a) .

a+b=5……(1) a*b=2……(2) From (2) : a= 2/b or =2/a Substitute in (1) 2/b +b =5 ==> 2+b^2 =5b ==> b^2 = 5b-2….(3) 2/a+ a =5 ==> 2+a^2 =5a ==> a^2 = 5a -2 ….(4) Add (3) and…

• MATH

Determine the second grade function if f(-1) = 1, f(0) = 1 , f(1)= 3.

f(x) = ax^2 + bx + c f(-1)= a-b+c = 1 f(0) = c= 1 f(1)= a+b+c=3 Substitute with c= 1 a-b+1 =1 . ==> a=b a+b+1 =3 2a = 2 ==> a=1 a=1 b=1 c=1 Then the function is : f(x)= x^2 +x +1

• MATH

If tg(-x) = 1-2tg(x). Solve the equation in the set [0,2pi).

tg(-x) = 1-2tg(x) We know that tg(-x)= -tg(x) ==> -tg(x) = 1-2tg(x) ==> tg(x) =1 ==> sinx/cosx=1 ==> sinx =cosx x= pi/4 and 5pi/4 x={pi/4 , 5pi/4}

• MATH

Determine the sum of all natural numbers, formed from two digits, which are divisable by 11 .

The numbers dividable by 11 are: 11 , 11(2), 11(3), 11(4),…, 11(9) The sum is: S= 11+ 11(2)+…+11(9) = 11(1+2+…+9) We know that 1+2+…+n= n(n+1)/2 = 11(9)(9+1)/2 = 11(45)= 495 S = 495

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• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

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• THE ONES WHO WALK AWAY FROM OMELAS

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• ARTS

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• ROBERT FROST

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