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Math Jeopardy. Solve for t. 2t 2 - 3 = 15. 2t 2 = 18 t 2 = 9 t = +/- 3. Solve for a. v 1 = v 0 + at. v 1 = v 0 + at v 1 - v 0 = at a = (v 1 - v 0 )/t. Solve for x. a 2 + b 2 = c 2 9 2 + x 2 = 25 2 81 + b 2 = 625 b 2 = 544 b = 23.3. 25. 9. x. Solve for H.

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2t2 - 3 = 15

2t2 = 18

t2 = 9

t = +/- 3

v1 = v0 + at

v1 = v0 + at

v1 - v0 = at

a= (v1 - v0)/t

a2 + b2 = c292 + x2 = 25281 + b2 = 625b2 = 544b = 23.3

25

9

x

cos q = A/H

cos = A/HHcos = AH = A/ cos

sin = O/Hsin(50) = x/15x = 11.5orcos = A/Hsin(40) = x/15x = 11.5

50◦

15

40◦

x

y2 + 3y = 10

y2 + 3y – 10 = 0

(y + 5)(y – 2) = 0

y = 2, -5

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