3 meter divided by 8 would be 3/8 meters, which is 0.375 meters.

If you would like an answer in centimeter, we can convert 3 meters to 300 centimeters, and the answer would be 300/8 cm, which is 37.5 cm

Three and eight hundred six ten-thousandths in standard form

Three - 3

eight hundred six ten-thousandths - 0.0806

So three and eight hundred six ten-thousandths is 3.0806 (I think)

The Diameter of a circle is basically the longest line that you can draw in it, which goes through the origin/center.

It's also 2x the radius of a circle (the origin/center to any point on the circumference)

I would post a picture of it but I still have no idea how to do that (and I'm too lazy to check the stickied topic)

You can use it to find the circumference of a circle. where d=diameter, C=circumference

pi*d=C

Lots of things.

Simple ones you can get from factoring (and also adding the negative sign)

(1,-8), (-1,8), (2, -4) (-2, 4)

More complicated ones

(i, 8i), (2i, 4i) (sqrt8, sqrt8)

(I can't think of anything else)

You didnt specify what you wanted help with, but I assume you would like help simplifying it?

-2(-4x+5)+6x

According to BEDMAS (brackets, exponents, division, multiplication, addition, subtraction), we should first simplify the brackets bit "-2(-4x+5)"

-2(-4x+5)=(-2)*(-4x)+(-2)(5)=8x-10

Now we can add the 6x

So we get the final answer of

8x-10+6x=14x-10

aha! thanks!