1,2 and 3 look correct to me. However in 4a you have a mistake
it's supposed to be x^2+y^2 = 58^2
4b it is y = x+4
and 4 c it is x^2+(x+4)^2=58^2
You haven't done part d?
I'm back again and still not understanding quadratic equations. My assignment has 4 questions and I answered the first 3 but I am stuck on number 4, which is a multi-question (a, b, c, & d) word problem. I would like someone to check my work on numbers 1 - 3, 4a, 4b, and help me to understand 4c and 4d of the word problem.
Thank you in advance for your help
Thank you for the clarification on 1, 2, 3 and 4a, 4b, and 4c. I didn't do part D because I wasn't sure how to do it, in my original posting, I said that needed someone to show me how to do it. I don't want just the answer because I need to know how to do it. I was never very good at word problem :-(
It's not so bad. First expand 4c and then solve either like 1 or like 3. Once you find the values for x, substitute them in the equation y = x+4 and see what numbers you get. You will have to choose one solution. In this case, both x and y need to be positive!