# Hazel Anglin

Algebra teacher | Verified Expert

With a passion for Algebra, my expertise lies in simplifying complex mathematical concepts. A proud graduate of Buena Vista University, I bring a solid foundation to help students grasp the intricacies of algebraic equations. Dedicated to fostering a love for learning, I believe in making math accessible and enjoyable for all. Let's embark on a journey of understanding and mastering the world of algebra together!

## Questions

How do you simplify #1/root3(x^2)#?

If #3a = 2.1# and #a+b=1.1#, what is the value of #b#?

How do you solve #3x - 5 >10# or #3-2x< -13#?

How do you factor #x^2+11x+24#?

How do you simplify the expression # 4g + 3h + 2g - 3h#?

How do you find the value of a given the points (4,-1), (a,5) with a distance of #10#?

How do you find the slope of the line passing through (6,11), (6,-5)?

How do you write 7/20 as a percent?

How do you solve #6x+7=8x-13#?

How do you find the slope for (3,4) (0,10)?

How do you graph the line #2x - y = -8#?

How do you find the maximum or minimum of #y-x^2+6=9x#?

How do solve the following linear system?: # x/2 - y = -1 , x-2y=-5 #?

Are the graph # y=x# and #y=3# perpendicular?

How do you find a standard form equation for the line with (-9, -6) and is parallel to the line whose equation is 7x - 8y + 10 = 0?

How do you graph #y=3# using slope intercept form?

The equation of a line is #y=mx+1#. How do you find the value of the gradient m given that #P(3,7)# lies on the line?

How do you solve by substitution #5x + y = 1# and #3x + 2y = 2#?

How do you solve #6x^2 - x - 5 = 0 # using the quadratic formula?

How do you write an equation for these points (-3,-4),(6,-1)?