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Algebra problem, Need help Urgent !!!!! I need it for tomorrow morning!!!!! Thanks;

Hi;

I try to do my best, but I have problem finish what I start and Im not sure that what I did is correct.C

an anyone help me and correct what I did.

This is do for tomorrow morning!!!(Worried)

Thanks;

Re: Algebra problem, Need help Urgent !!!!! I need it for tomorrow morning!!!!! Tha

Can't read your stuff...too small...is it one problem in 3 parts, or 3 problems?

Anyhow, try post it HERE; nobody likes to click on anything !

Re: Algebra problem, Need help Urgent !!!!! I need it for tomorrow morning!!!!! Tha

I can not do it; it is a jpg or pdf file.

it is free of virus.

I can't paste it on the page!!! @#@#@#@ Sorry!!!!

Re: Algebra problem, Need help Urgent !!!!! I need it for tomorrow morning!!!!! Tha

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**Pitufo** I can't paste it on the page!!! @#@#@#@ Sorry!!!!

That last page is difficult to read. It really would be helpful if you could type it, or provide a better scan.

Also, since this is a large, multi-page assignment, it would be best if you could ask specific questions about parts that you are having trouble with.

Re: Algebra problem, Need help Urgent !!!!! I need it for tomorrow morning!!!!! Tha

3600x^2/3600 + 3600y^2/1296= 3600

x^2 + 2.78y^2= 3600

x^2 + 2.78(0.64x^2+57.6x+1296)

x^2 +1.78x^2 +160.13x+3602.88= 3600

2.78x^2 +160.13x+ 2.88

x = 57.6

3317.76 + 2.78y^2 = 3600

y = 10.076

(-57.6, -10.08)

Hope that help!!

Thanks;

Re: Algebra problem, Need help Urgent !!!!! I need it for tomorrow morning!!!!! Tha

At this point I don't know what I did is correct or not!!!

Thanks;

Re: Algebra problem, Need help Urgent !!!!! I need it for tomorrow morning!!!!! Tha

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Originally Posted by

**Pitufo** 3600x^2/3600 + 3600y^2/1296= 3600

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(-57.6, -10.08)

These calculations look correct, though I think your work could be a little neater and you should probably make it clearer exactly which part of the problem you are working on, as it took me a few moments to figure that out. But it does seem that you've correctly identified the (approximate) coordinates of the point R.

The question also asks you to determine an appropriate x-coordinate for V. And, in order to make sure that Gary will accept the proposal, you will have to verify that the profit he would make equals or exceeds $50,000.