A slide is 21 ft long. To get to the top of the slide, you use a vertical 9-foot high rung ladder. What is the distance, b, from the bottom of the slide to the bottom of the stairs? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.
A. 22.8
B. 19
C. 30
D. 15

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A slide is 21 ft long. To get to the top of the slide, you use a vertical 9-foot high rung ladder. The distance, b, from the bottom of the slide to the bottom of the stairs is 19.

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Asked 4/4/2014 4:05:09 PM

Updated 4/4/2014 4:53:26 PM

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A slide is 21 ft long. To get to the top of the slide, you use a vertical 9-foot high rung ladder. The distance, b, from the bottom of the slide to the bottom of the stairs is 19.

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Factor the polynomial.
54c3d4 + 9c4d2
A. 9c3d2(d2 + 6c)
B. 9c3d2(6d2 + c)
C. 9c4d2(d2 + 6)
D. 9c4d2(6d2 + 1)
**Weegy:** The answer is B. 9c3d2(6d2 + c) **User:** What is the factored form of the expression?
3x2 + 8x – 16
A. (3x + 4)(x – 4)
B. (3x + 4)(x + 4)
C. (3x – 4)(x – 4)
D. (3x – 4)(x + 4)
**Weegy:** D. (3x ? 4)(x + 4) is the factored form of the expression. **User:** What is a simpler form of the expression?
(2n2 + 5n + 3)(4n – 5)
A. 8n3 + 10n2 – 13n – 15
B. 8n3 + 30n2 – 37n – 15
C. 8n3 – 10n2 + 37n – 15
D. 8n3 + 13n2 – 10n – 15
**Weegy:** A. 8n3 + 10n2 ? 13n ? 15 **User:** What is the factored form of the expression?
4x2 – 81y2
A. (2x + 9)(2x – 9)
B. (2x + 9y)(2x – 9y)
C. (2x + 9y)2
D. (2x – 9y)2
**Weegy:** 4x^2 ? 81y^2 the factored form is: B. (2x + 9y)(2x ? 9y) **User:** What is the factored form of the following expression?
x2 – x – 42
A. (x – 7)(x + 6)
B. (x + 7)(x + 6)
C. (x + 7)(x – 6)
D. (x – 7)(x – 6)
**Weegy:** x2 ? x ? 42 The answer is: A. (x ? 7)(x + 6) (x ? 7)(x + 6) =x^2+6x-7x-42 =x^-x-42 **User:** What is the factored form of the expression?
k2 – 9h2
A. (k + 3h)(k + 3h)
B. h2(k + 3)(k – 3)
C. (k + 3h)(k – 3h)
D. (k – 3h2)(k + 3)
**Weegy:** Assuming the 2's are exponents: k2 ? 9h2 can be factored into C. (k + 3h)(k ? 3h). **User:** What is the factored form of the expression?
12d2 + 4d – 1
A. (6d + 1)(2d + 1)
B. (6d – 1)(2d – 1)
C. (6d – 1)(2d + 1)
D. (6d + 1)(2d – 1)
**Weegy:** 12d2 + 4d ? 1 is equal to: C. (6d ? 1)(2d + 1) **User:** (–7x – 5x4 + 5) – (–7x4 – 5 – 9x)
A. 2x4 + 2x + 8
B. –14x4 + 10x + 10
C. –14x4 – 10x + 10
D. 2x4 + 2x + 10
**Weegy:** Assuming the 4's are exponents: ( 7x ? 5x^4 + 5) ? ( 7x^4 ? 5 ? 9x) = D. 2x^4 + 2x + 10. **User:** What is the factored form of the following expression?
w2 + 18w + 77
A. (w – 7)(w + 11)
B. (w – 7)(w – 11)
C. (w + 7)(w + 11)
D. (w + 1)(w + 77)
**Weegy:** the Factor the expression w2+18w+77 is (w+11)(w+7).
**User:** Simplify the sum.
(2u3 + 6u2 + ... (More)

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Updated 4/7/2014 7:45:51 AM

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3x^2 + 8x – 16 = (3x - 4)(x + 4)

Added 4/7/2014 7:38:26 AM

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Confirmed by yumdrea [4/7/2014 7:43:37 AM]

(2n^2 + 5n + 3)(4n – 5)

= 8n^3 - 10n^2 + 20n^2 - 25n + 12n - 15

= 8n^3 + 10n^2 - 13n - 15

= 8n^3 - 10n^2 + 20n^2 - 25n + 12n - 15

= 8n^3 + 10n^2 - 13n - 15

Added 4/7/2014 7:41:10 AM

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Confirmed by yumdrea [4/7/2014 7:43:38 AM]

4x^2 – 81y^2 = (2x + 9y)(2x - 9y)

Added 4/7/2014 7:43:49 AM

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Confirmed by jeifunk [4/7/2014 7:54:55 AM]

x^2 – x – 42 = (x – 7)(x + 6)

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Confirmed by jeifunk [4/7/2014 7:54:53 AM]

Simplify the product using the distributive property.
(-4h +2)(3h +7)
A. -12h2 - 22h + 14
B. -12h2 - 34h - 14
C. -12h2 + 34h - 14
D. -12h2 + 22h + 14
**Weegy:** it is equal to -12h^2 -28h +6h +14 then it is equal to -12h^2 -22h+14. so D. -12h2 + 22h + 14 is the answer. **User:** (4w2 – 7w – 6) – (8w2 + 2w – 3)
A. –4w2 – 9w – 3
B. 12w2 + 9w + 3
C. –4w2 – 5w – 9
D. 12w2 – 5w – 9
**Weegy:** (4w2 7w 6) (8w2 2w 3) is - 4w2 ? 9w ? 3. **User:** What is the factored form of the expression?
15g3 + 18g2 – 10g – 12
A. (3g2 – 6)(5g + 2)
B. (3g2 + 6)(5g – 2)
C. (3g2 + 2)(5g – 6)
D. (3g2 – 2)(5g + 6)
**Weegy:** D. (3g2 ? 2)(5g + 6) is the factored form of the expression 15g3 + 18g2 ? 10g ? 12 **User:** What is the factored form of the following expressions?
x2 – 10xy + 24y2
A. (x + 6y)(x + 4y)
B. (x – 2y)(x + 12y)
C. (x + 2y)(x – 12y)
D. (x – 6y)(x – 4y)
**Weegy:** The answer is D.(x ? 6y)(x ? 4y) . (More)

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Updated 7/8/2014 8:54:08 AM

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(4w^2 – 7w – 6) – (8w^2 + 2w – 3)

= 4w^2 – 7w – 6 – 8w^2 - 2w + 3

= (4w^2 – 8w^2) + (-7w - 2w) + (-6 + 3)

= -4w^2 - 9w - 3

= 4w^2 – 7w – 6 – 8w^2 - 2w + 3

= (4w^2 – 8w^2) + (-7w - 2w) + (-6 + 3)

= -4w^2 - 9w - 3

Added 7/8/2014 8:52:08 AM

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Confirmed by jeifunk [7/8/2014 8:56:18 AM]

15g^3 + 18g^2 – 10g – 12

= 3g^2(5g + 6) - 2(5g + 6)

= (5g + 6)(3g^2 - 2)

= 3g^2(5g + 6) - 2(5g + 6)

= (5g + 6)(3g^2 - 2)

Added 7/8/2014 8:53:36 AM

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Confirmed by jeifunk [7/8/2014 8:56:44 AM]

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