**Answer:**

** t = √ab²/fx**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

fx= ab*2÷t*2, make t the subject of the formulae

Given the function

fx = ab²/t²

We are to make t the subject of the formula

fxt² = ab²

t² = ab²/fx

Take the square root of both sides

√t² = √ab²/fx

t = √ab²/fx

**Hence the required value of t is √ab²/fx**

well, if m = 1, let's see, then **f(x)** = √(mx) = √(1x) = **√x**

and then **g(x) =** m√x = 1√x = **√x**

well, if both equations are equal, then their ranges are also equal.

now, if m = "any positive real number"

f(x) = √(mx) = √m √x will yield some value over the y-axis

g(x) = m√x will yield some range over the y-axis, however, "m" is a larger value than "√m".

what that means is that so long **"m" is a positive real number**, the **ranges of f(x) and g(x) will be the same** over an infinite range on the y-axis, even though g(x) is moving faster than f(x), f(x) is moving slower because √m makes a stretch transformation which is smaller than one "m" does.

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**Answer:**

20

**Step-by-step explanation:**

This triangle is your basic 3-4-5 triangle multiplied by 5 to become a 15-20-25 triangle. The missing leg is **20**.

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**Answer:**

4^ (r-s)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

When the bases are the same, and we are dividing, we subtract the exponents

x^a ÷ x^b = x^ (a-b)

4^r ÷ 4^s = 4^ (r-s)

**Answer:**

yes because When you are given an equation and a specific value for x, there should only be one corresponding y-value for that x-value. For example, y = x + 1 is a function because y will always be one greater than x. Equations with exponents can also be functions.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The notation y = f(x) defines a function named f. This is read as “ y is a function of x.” The letter x represents the input value, or independent variable. The letter y, or f(x), represents the output value, or dependent variable.