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Algebra 2 Chapter 10 Review. 2/28/10. Answer. 1/49 Back. Answer. Back. Answer. 729 Back. Answer. Back. Answer. Back. Answer. Back. Answer. No solution Back. Answer. {5/4} Back. Does f have an inverse?. Answer. yes Back. Are h and g inverses?. Answer. no Back.

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Algebra 2 Chapter 10 Review

2/28/10


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  • 1/49

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  • 729

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Answer


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  • No solution

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  • {5/4}

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Does f have an inverse?

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  • yes

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Are h and g inverses?

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  • no

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Find the inverse

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Find the inverse

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Simplify

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Solve for x

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Solve for x (leave in terms of e)

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  • The half-life of carbon 14 is approximately 18 hours. About how much of a 10 g sample will remain after 4 days?

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0.248 g


Solve

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324

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Solve

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Solve

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{ln3}

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Solve

  • The population of a certain country doubles in size every 60 years. The population is now X. Find its size, in terms of X, in 180 years.

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8X

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