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Two consecutive positive numbers are such that the amount of their squares is 113. uncover the two numbers

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Step-by-action explanation:

Let x reexisting the initially number, then x + 1 is the other number.

(x)² + (x + 1)² = 113

x² + x² + 2x + 1 = 113 *increased (x + 1)²*

2x² + 2x + 1 = 113 *included prefer terms*

2x² + 2x - 112 = 0 *subtracted 113 from both sides*

x² + x - 56 = 0 * separated both sides by 2*

(x + 8) (x - 7) = 0 *factored polynomial*

x + 8 = 0 x - 7 = 0 *used zero product property*

x = -8 x = 7 * resolved for x*

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not valid because the restriction is that x > 0 *(a positive number)*

So, x = 7 and x + 1 = (7) + 1 = 8

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For the equation 4(2x-4)=8x+k, what worth of K will certainly create an equation with infinitely many solutions? Please show steps

strojnjashka <21>

If you usage the distributive building, you will multiply 4 by 2x to gain 8x and also 4 by -4 to get -16. 8x-16=8x+kIf you want infinitely many type of solutions the equations on both sides of the equal authorize need to be the very same. So, k would need to be -16.

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yellowcomic.com:y=63Explanation:1/4(8y—4.8)=2(0.9y+5.4)+3/52y-1.2= 1.8y + 10.8 + 3/5 |include 1.2 and minus 1.8y from both sides 2y-1.8y = 10.8 + 3/5 + 1.20.2y = 12+3/50.2y = 63/5 |divide both sides by 0.2Y= 63

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What is 699,900 round to the nearemainder thousand

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First, find the thousands area. Look to the right of the number.

If it"s 4 or dvery own, round down. If it"s 5 or up, round up.

The number to the ideal of the thousands is 9, so we round up.

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Bird:nestIt"s appears to relate by a feeling of sanctuary.

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