Write its converse. If the converse also true, combine the statements as a biconditional

Algebra if x = 12, then 2x - 5 = 19

Algebra if x = 12, then 2x - 5 = 19

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2022-07-31
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Algebra if x = 12, then 2x - 5 = 19

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Answered 2022-08-01
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Converse: If 2x - 5 = 19, then x = 12

Biconditional: 2x - 5 = 19 if and only if x = 12

Biconditional: 2x - 5 = 19 if and only if x = 12

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Can the triangles below be proven similar by the SAS Similarity Postulate?

Yes, the SAS Similarity Postulate can be used because 2 sets of corresponding sides are proportional, and the included angles by these sides are congruent.

Yes, the SAS Similarity Postulate can be used because 2 sets of corresponding sides are congruent, and the included angles by these sides are congruent.

No, the SAS Similarity Postulate cannot be used because the corresponding angles are congruent but not included by the proportional sides.

No, the SAS Similarity Postulate cannot be used because the 2 sets of corresponding sides are not proportional.

Yes, the SAS Similarity Postulate can be used because 2 sets of corresponding sides are proportional, and the included angles by these sides are congruent.

Yes, the SAS Similarity Postulate can be used because 2 sets of corresponding sides are congruent, and the included angles by these sides are congruent.

No, the SAS Similarity Postulate cannot be used because the corresponding angles are congruent but not included by the proportional sides.

No, the SAS Similarity Postulate cannot be used because the 2 sets of corresponding sides are not proportional.

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for three variables,

$maxf(x,y,z)=xyz\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\text{s.t.}\text{}\text{}(\frac{x}{a}{)}^{2}+(\frac{y}{b}{)}^{2}+(\frac{z}{c}{)}^{2}=1$

where $a,b,c$ are constant

how to solve the maximization optimization problem?

thank you for helpin

$maxf(x,y,z)=xyz\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\text{s.t.}\text{}\text{}(\frac{x}{a}{)}^{2}+(\frac{y}{b}{)}^{2}+(\frac{z}{c}{)}^{2}=1$

where $a,b,c$ are constant

how to solve the maximization optimization problem?

thank you for helpin