Given that , find .
William believes the equation can have more than one solution for special values of and . Is he right? If so, what are the values?
Find the solution set of using the substitution set .
Find the value of in the equation .
If is isosceles, where , , , and , find the length of each side.
Find the value of given the following information:
Point is the midpoint of segment . Given that the length of is , and that of is , what is the length of ?
Given that , use the information in the figure to find the perimeter of triangle .
Mason and Jacob are going on vacation together. Mason has $400 and Jacob has $350. Given that, on average, Mason spends $28 and Jacob spends $26 per day, after how many days will they have the same amount of money left?
Determine the value of that makes the equation true for all values of .
80 students decided to buy a present for their teacher. They split into two groups of 40 and each student in the first group gave . In the second group, three-fifths of the students gave dollars each, and the rest contributed a total of $288. Given that the two groups contributed the same amount, find the value of .
The equation can be solved in three steps. Which of the following is NOT a valid first step of such a method?
Determine the solution set of the equation using the substitution set .
What is the value of if the equation has no solutions?