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hey scott are you available

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hey scott are you available
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Math Homework
Expert:  Scott replied 5 years ago.

Hi there,

 

Please let me know what you need.

 

Thanks,
Scott

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Need help with week 117 mathlab about 37 questions.
Expert:  Scott replied 5 years ago.

Oh, sorry, that's way too many questions for this current offer -- however, it looks like you have a subscription to Justanswer, so you can split it into 3 sets and post them separately, and I'll be happy to help. Feel free to request me by name for the other threads.

-Scott

Customer: replied 5 years ago.

ok I can do that

 

Expert:  Scott replied 5 years ago.

Great! Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX the questions.

-Scott

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Can I give you the whole thing but only awnser 13 at a time or do you need me to sepearate the questions each time.
Expert:  Scott replied 5 years ago.

You can post the whole thing at once, and I'll answer separately.

-Scott

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Expert:  Scott replied 5 years ago.

Great, please go ahead and start new threads that just say "For Scott" in them -- since you have the subscription, it shouldn't cost you extra.

Thanks,

Scott

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
ok thanks scott
Expert:  Scott replied 5 years ago.

No problem!

-Scott

Expert:  Scott replied 5 years ago.

I'll be using ^ for exponents, so x^2 means you would enter x2.

Number 1:

-4, 2

Number 2:

x^2 - 6

Number 3:

x^8 - x^6

Number 4:

8r + 9

Number 5:

9x^3 - 5x^2 + 5

Number 6:

(w-1)(w-7)

Number 7:

-32x^16

Number 8:

0.00000005324

Number 9:

Height = 4
Base = 7

Number 10:

5, 6

Number 11:

(x^2-8)(x+9)

Number 12:

25x^14 - 30x^7 + 9

Let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for accepting!

-Scott

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