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http://gamershood.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1603
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  • Crimsonthread
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    Right, Greek! According to the rules of the game, though, you should wait until the original poster confirms your answer before posting another question. Just for future reference.

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  • grigtho
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    x=7

    (x^2) / 4=(x^3)-15x
    Last edited by grigtho; 09-19-2007, 14:01:18.

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  • Crimsonthread
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    X^3+7=50x

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  • Mistery
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    Originally posted by Lovelylilyfairy
    I'm sorry I mucked up Mistery

    Yes Crimson it was 6.
    No problem It's just important that we follow the rules from the first post, so that we don't get a mess here

    It's Crimson's turn

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  • Lovelylilyfairy
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    I'm sorry I mucked up Mistery

    Yes Crimson it was 6.

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  • Crimsonthread
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    It's the same as "x squared." Or x times x. Or, if there's a different number after the ^(like x^y) then x multiplied by x y times.

    ....wait, did I confuse you more? How bout an example, just in case...

    If x=2, then x^2 would be 4. x^3 would be 8, and so on.

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  • SimplyCrazy
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    What does the ^ mean? I've ever used that in maths before!

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  • Crimsonthread
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    Absolutely correct, Lovelylilyfairy!

    And would your x be 6?

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  • Mistery
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    Lovelylilyfairy, please wait for a confirmation before you post the new one

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  • Lovelylilyfairy
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    x=-1/3

    x^2 + 5x = 11x

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  • Crimsonthread
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    Was this one too hard? Should I post another?

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  • Crimsonthread
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    Ah, yes, they both work!

    Mkay, here's a harder one for you!

    (x-9)/(x-2)=(x+3)/(x+1)

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  • Mistery
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    Lol, that's correct, although I've thought of 7

    Your turn

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  • Crimsonthread
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    NO! NOT AT ALL! I meant -5. (I think....)

    (And I teach math... I shouldn't have missed that! O'course, we don't learn negatives in 5th grade.... so I have an excuse. )

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  • Mistery
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    Are you sure

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