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1. a) x^2 - 6x = 0 (Solve)
b) Write 0.001 x 2000000 in Standard Form
c) Solve 2(3x - 5) = 7
d) If y = 3 - 3x, express x in terms of y

Help would be appreciated! x
2. (Original post by CresentHan)
a) x^2 - 6x = 0 (Solve)
b) Write 0.001 x 2000000 in Standard Form
c) Solve 2(3x - 5) = 7

Help would be appreciated! x
x^2 - 6x = 0

x*(x-6)=0 (Remove the term that is in both parts, in this case 'x')

Find the values for x to satisfy the equation by setting each term to zero so that x = 0 and x-6 = 0 or x=6.

2. 2*10^3

3.6/17
3. I think this is correct others can check but when I substitute x in I get 6.98 so possibly a rounding issue

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