#1

I have a 60 in my algebra class and im grounded from my guitar currently and i need to bring my grade up so i can play. im doing my homework right now but i need help on a couple problems

1. 4x-9=3+4x

2. 3(x-7)=2x

3. 3(2x-1)+x=x-3

4. 2(3-4x)=4+4(6-x)

5. 9(2x+3)= -36-27(x+2)

I really need to get a good grade on this and i miss playing my guitar alot. Please help me

1. 4x-9=3+4x

2. 3(x-7)=2x

3. 3(2x-1)+x=x-3

4. 2(3-4x)=4+4(6-x)

5. 9(2x+3)= -36-27(x+2)

I really need to get a good grade on this and i miss playing my guitar alot. Please help me

#2

You get all the variables on one side, and all the constants on another. It isn't complicated...

#3

Dude, this is like 7th grade algebra.

#4

Use distributive property and combine like terms. I'd go more in depth but it's hard to type on an iPod Feel.

#5

And we're gonna do your work for you because...

#6

You're not failing. 60 is a pass

#7

You're not failing. 60 is a pass

Maybe in Canada it is. My school, <63 is failing.

#8

<63 seems like an odd number...

#9

I started doing your math homework, then realized I was spending my spare time doing math homework and stopped.

#10

I have a 60 in my algebra class and im grounded from my guitar currently and i need to bring my grade up so i can play. im doing my homework right now but i need help on a couple problems

1. 4x-9=3+4x

2. 3(x-7)=2x

3. 3(2x-1)+x=x-3

4. 2(3-4x)=4+4(6-x)

5. 9(2x+3)= -36-27(x+2)

I really need to get a good grade on this and i miss playing my guitar alot. Please help me

This is incredibly basic and fundamental. You will need to know how to do this like it is second nature.

Though you have made a typo in your first equation. -9 is not equal to 3.

#12

<63 seems like an odd number...

Well it sure isn't an even number!

#13

1, that's easy shit. I did that in 7th grade.

2, HAHA a 60 here is a D minus. 59 is an F

3, read first reply.

2, HAHA a 60 here is a D minus. 59 is an F

3, read first reply.

#14

yeah, after you guys are done all that you wanna help me with my stats homework? I got a 43% on my first midterm.

I need help calculating tail ends of normal distributions 'n stuff

I need help calculating tail ends of normal distributions 'n stuff

#15

*reported*

There is a maths science thread for this, we will help you understand but not do it for you

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=658547

EDIT: why won't the computers go lower than 53 :s

for me 40% is a pass and it is rare to get above 75%, the joys of university... everybody fails!

There is a maths science thread for this, we will help you understand but not do it for you

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=658547

EDIT: why won't the computers go lower than 53 :s

for me 40% is a pass and it is rare to get above 75%, the joys of university... everybody fails!

*Last edited by doive at Nov 14, 2009,*

#16

<63 seems like an odd number...

Technically, it is from 53-63, because the computers won't accept any number lower than a 53.

Then 63-67 is a D

67-70 is a D+

70-73 is a C-

etc...

#17

Oh come on man...All of us could do those in my our headswhile eating...Read your textbook.

#18

Dude, this is like 7th grade algebra.

8th, I'm in 9th now and I still got my homework from last year and it was exactly the same as this guy's...

#19

Well it sure isn't an even number!

Don't even know why I laughed so hard at that, but well played!

#20

1) Get off of UG so no distractions

2) Study

3) ???

4) Guitar Profit!!!

2) Study

3) ???

4) Guitar Profit!!!