April 18, 2012 @ 08:50 PM

Hello yall I'm desperate. Buddy has hit rock bottom. I have a math test coming up and I'm mathematically deficient. I don't know any smart niggas and being a former tutor, I have too much pride to go to my old tutoring business for help. I need one of yall smart asian niggas to help me.

I know I burned some bridges with your race (shoutout to andy "29 inch waist" frailnguyen and Kevin "Ayo Muma" Ma) but I am pleading here because I know yall are the undisputed champions of mathematics. I can't pay yall so if anyone has it in their heart to help a fellow HB nigga out, it would be appreciated. #OYYOY #DESPERATE #DERRICKROSEBRAIN

Solve each equation. Express nonreal solutions in the form a + bi.

2. (x + 3)(x + 5) = 10

The answer to the above equation is: -4 plus or minus the squareroot of 11.

The problem is I have no fucking clue how to get to that answer. I'm stumped. Again if yall could help I appreciate it.

I know I burned some bridges with your race (shoutout to andy "29 inch waist" frailnguyen and Kevin "Ayo Muma" Ma) but I am pleading here because I know yall are the undisputed champions of mathematics. I can't pay yall so if anyone has it in their heart to help a fellow HB nigga out, it would be appreciated. #OYYOY #DESPERATE #DERRICKROSEBRAIN

Solve each equation. Express nonreal solutions in the form a + bi.

2. (x + 3)(x + 5) = 10

The answer to the above equation is: -4 plus or minus the squareroot of 11.

The problem is I have no fucking clue how to get to that answer. I'm stumped. Again if yall could help I appreciate it.

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April 18, 2012 @ 09:05 PM

1. (x+3)(x+5) = 10

2. x^2 + 8x + 15 = 10

3. x^2 + 8x + 5 = 0

4. Use the Quadratic equation to solve

2. x^2 + 8x + 15 = 10

3. x^2 + 8x + 5 = 0

4. Use the Quadratic equation to solve

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April 18, 2012 @ 09:06 PM

iite hol up you dumass coon lemme try this shit

@ above you can't do quadratic on this bitch its gonna give you imaginary numbers

@ above you can't do quadratic on this bitch its gonna give you imaginary numbers

April 18, 2012 @ 09:08 PM

@ above you can't do quadratic on this bitch its gonna give you imaginary numbers

Exactly. I tried the quadratic jawn and it didn't get to where I need to be pause.

April 18, 2012 @ 09:11 PM

wait nvm jaded is right you can use the quadratic shit. buddy the fuck is you doing u either gave us wrong numbers or you used the equation wrong.

April 18, 2012 @ 09:12 PM

I plugged the numbers he gave into wolframalpha to check it and they get the answer he posted, but I'm not sure how. I'm not getting them with the quadratic formula.

Wolfram is getting x = - 4 - sqrt11

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April 18, 2012 @ 09:13 PM

LMFAO...smfh...i'm a dumb nigga like i said when it comes to math. I thought you had to subtract both sides by -15. SMH though that's the problem. I have no fucking clue how to get to that answer without using some calculator jawn. Thank you for the assitance though yall, buddy appreciates it

April 18, 2012 @ 09:14 PM

Was doing HW and got stuck on this question, might as well ask now that I saw this thread.

1. Jennifer invested a certain amount of money at 14.35% interest rate and $15,000 more than that amount at 17.25% interest rate. Her total yearly interest was $14,355.82.

a) How much did she invest at each rate?

b) What will be her total amount at the end of one year?

1. Jennifer invested a certain amount of money at 14.35% interest rate and $15,000 more than that amount at 17.25% interest rate. Her total yearly interest was $14,355.82.

a) How much did she invest at each rate?

b) What will be her total amount at the end of one year?

April 18, 2012 @ 09:15 PM

so basically with quadratic you got

x= (- 8 +/- sqrt(44) ) / 2

you can break up the sqrt(44)

sqrt(44) = sqrt(4)*sqrt(11)

and sqrt(4) = 2

so then you got

x = (-8 +/- 2*sqrt(11)) / 2

x = -4 +/- sqrt(11)

x= (- 8 +/- sqrt(44) ) / 2

you can break up the sqrt(44)

sqrt(44) = sqrt(4)*sqrt(11)

and sqrt(4) = 2

so then you got

x = (-8 +/- 2*sqrt(11)) / 2

x = -4 +/- sqrt(11)

April 18, 2012 @ 09:17 PM

Oh nice, I forgot about doing that. That would've bugged me all day.

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April 18, 2012 @ 09:18 PM

x= (- 8 +/- sqrt(44) ) / 2

you can break up the sqrt(44)

sqrt(44) = sqrt(4)*sqrt(11)

and sqrt(4) = 2

so then you got

x = (-8 +/- 2*sqrt(11)) / 2

x = -4 +/- sqrt(11)

I think you got it bruh. Arigato or xie xie.

April 18, 2012 @ 09:25 PM

1. Jennifer invested a certain amount of money at 14.35% interest rate and $15,000 more than that amount at 17.25% interest rate. Her total yearly interest was $14,355.82.

a) How much did she invest at each rate?

b) What will be her total amount at the end of one year?

Is that the exact wording of the problem? I'll try it, but no promises. Been a long time since I've had to do any of this stuff.

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April 18, 2012 @ 09:31 PM

1. Jennifer invested a certain amount of money at 14.35% interest rate and $15,000 more than that amount at 17.25% interest rate. Her total yearly interest was $14,355.82.

a) How much did she invest at each rate?

b) What will be her total amount at the end of one year?

Is that the exact wording of the problem? I'll try it, but no promises. Been a long time since I've had to do any of this stuff.

Yeah that's exactly how I got it.

Tried using the simple interest formula PTR/100.

(X x 14.35 x 1) / 100 + ((X + 15000) x 17.25) / 100 = 14,355.82

Got X = 372.4

Pretty sure it's wrong

Edit: dunno if i should use a simultaneous eq instead

April 18, 2012 @ 09:38 PM

^ tried to help, realized how much trying to type mathematically sucks... pretty sure if you follow the basic I=PRT formula you should be able to get it.. if not one of these Asians will help you.

April 18, 2012 @ 09:48 PM

x= (- 8 +/- sqrt(44) ) / 2

you can break up the sqrt(44)

sqrt(44) = sqrt(4)*sqrt(11)

and sqrt(4) = 2

so then you got

x = (-8 +/- 2*sqrt(11)) / 2

x = -4 +/- sqrt(11)

I think you got it bruh. Arigato or xie xie.

lol i'm brown but np

April 18, 2012 @ 10:04 PM

1. Jennifer invested a certain amount of money at 14.35% interest rate and $15,000 more than that amount at 17.25% interest rate. Her total yearly interest was $14,355.82.

a) How much did she invest at each rate?

b) What will be her total amount at the end of one year?

Is that the exact wording of the problem? I'll try it, but no promises. Been a long time since I've had to do any of this stuff.

Yeah that's exactly how I got it.

Tried using the simple interest formula PTR/100.

(X x 14.35 x 1) / 100 + ((X + 15000) x 17.25) / 100 = 14,355.82

Got X = 372.4

Pretty sure it's wrong

Edit: dunno if i should use a simultaneous eq instead

37241.5

with the info given that looks about right. i'm not sure though.

I used x(.1435)+((x+15000)(.1725))=14355.82

April 18, 2012 @ 10:13 PM

ant's equation is correct.

April 18, 2012 @ 10:15 PM

1. Jennifer invested a certain amount of money at 14.35% interest rate and $15,000 more than that amount at 17.25% interest rate. Her total yearly interest was $14,355.82.

a) How much did she invest at each rate?

b) What will be her total amount at the end of one year?

Is that the exact wording of the problem? I'll try it, but no promises. Been a long time since I've had to do any of this stuff.

Yeah that's exactly how I got it.

Tried using the simple interest formula PTR/100.

(X x 14.35 x 1) / 100 + ((X + 15000) x 17.25) / 100 = 14,355.82

Got X = 372.4

Pretty sure it's wrong

Edit: dunno if i should use a simultaneous eq instead

37241.5

with the info given that looks about right. i'm not sure though.

I used x(.1435)+((x+15000)(.1725))=14355.82

That's what I did. That's the only way I can think to solve it. I would assume it's right unless all three of us are making the same mistake.

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April 18, 2012 @ 10:36 PM

First sum = 37241.5 x 14.35 x 1 / 100

= 5,344.16

Second sum = (37241.5 + 15000) x 17.25 x 1 / 100

= 9,011.6

First sum + second sum =

How do I do part B?

April 18, 2012 @ 10:40 PM

Wouldn't it just be 37241.5 + (37241.5 + 15,000) + 14,355.76 = 103838.76

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April 18, 2012 @ 11:09 PM

Got it, thanks guys.

And Buddy, sorry for jacking your thread bro.

And Buddy, sorry for jacking your thread bro.

April 18, 2012 @ 11:23 PM

x= (- 8 +/- sqrt(44) ) / 2

you can break up the sqrt(44)

sqrt(44) = sqrt(4)*sqrt(11)

and sqrt(4) = 2

so then you got

x = (-8 +/- 2*sqrt(11)) / 2

x = -4 +/- sqrt(11)

I think you got it bruh. Arigato or xie xie.

lol'd so hard

April 19, 2012 @ 01:01 AM

Got it, thanks guys.

And Buddy, sorry for jacking your thread bro.

Nah it's cool fam. Imma be back later so hopefully one of these smart niggas can be of assistance.

April 19, 2012 @ 01:33 AM

x= (- 8 +/- sqrt(44) ) / 2

you can break up the sqrt(44)

sqrt(44) = sqrt(4)*sqrt(11)

and sqrt(4) = 2

so then you got

x = (-8 +/- 2*sqrt(11)) / 2

x = -4 +/- sqrt(11)

I think you got it bruh. Arigato or xie xie.

lol'd so hard

dead

April 19, 2012 @ 01:35 AM

niggas is smart

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April 19, 2012 @ 06:16 AM

This is why you should always be nice to nerds lol.

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