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To simplify an equation the x terms can be collected together to give: 4x + 5x - 2x = 7x
The numbers can be collected together to give: -2 + 7 = 5
Which then when put together makes 7x + 5
The perfect tense makes a distinction between the perfect tense (I have gone out) and the simple past (I went out).
The form constits of the verb haber:
The following verb will then follow with an ending of +ado (ar verbs) or +ido (er and ir verbs).
For example: He has spoken to Maria.
Ha hablado con Maria.
The use of the perfect tense will mainly be used based on what someone has done today. E.g. Yesterday I went. Today I have been.
However, it can also be used in terms of what you have done over your life time. E.g. I have been to America. - He ido a America. But when you express a specific time in the past you would use the simple past. E.g. I went to America last summer. - Fui a America el verano pasado.see more
The Pythagoras Theorem equation is:
a2 + b2 = c2
It is used to calculate an unknown side of a right angled triangle. a, b and c represent sides of the triangle and you can rearange the formula to find whichever side you are looking for.
c2 - b2 = a2
c2 - a2 = b2
Once you have found what a2 or b2 or c2 is you then simply square root that number to find the length of your side.see more