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Given: The expressionis (3x+5)(4x−7) . Explanation: The provided expression is (3x+5)(4x−7)....Given: The equation −5+3(x+5)=2(3x−4). Explanation: Apply the distributive property to the provided...Given: The relation [(2,6),(1,4),(2,−6)]. Explanation: The relation is said to be a function if...Given: The function is f(x)=(x−3)2−4. Explanation: Comparing the provided equation f(x)=(x−3)2−4 to...Given: The function f(x)=2x and the second function is g(x)=2x−3. Explanation: Consider the function...Given: {x=3y−74x+3y=2. Explanation: Rewrite the first equation in standard form to obtain the...Given: The system of equations: x+2y−3z=−73x−y+2z=82x−y+z=5 Explanation: Consider the system of...Given: The provided ellipse equation is x216+y24=1 Explanation: The provided ellipse equation is...Given: x225+y24=1 Explanation: Find the values of a and b from x225+y24=1 by comparing it with the...

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