No. If "x" is an even number, it means that -5 will become a positive number after multiplication, making it THE SAME AS "(-5x) squared by 2" But, if it "x" is an odd number, it means that -5 would still be a negative number, making it SMALLER than "5x squared by 2".

For example, in 5x squared by 2 and (-5x) squared by 2, x = 2, then 5x squared by 2 would be 100, and (-5x) squared by 2 would also be 100, thus making them equal.

If x is less than 0, 5x to the power of 2 will be positive, and -5x to the power of two will be negative. Hence 5x to the power of 2 could be larger than -5x to the power of 2.

I do not agree. If X=2, 5 x X=10. Its square root is positive 100. (-5X) would be -5 x X= -10. The square root of -10 is 100. The two numbers do not always have to be different.

no. it really depends. if x is 0 then the ans is all 0. if x is bigger than 0 then (-5x)^2 is bigger than 5x^2. if x is smaller than 0 the 5x^2 is bigger than (-5x)^2

5x^2 will be smaller than (-5x)^2 if "x" is a positive number, but if "x" is a negative number, 5x^2 will be bigger than (-5x)^2. However' if "x" is 0, They will be the same.

No. If "x" is an even number, it means that -5 will become a positive number after multiplication, making it THE SAME AS "(-5x) squared by 2" But, if it "x" is an odd number, it means that -5 would still be a negative number, making it SMALLER than "5x squared by 2".

ReplyDeleteFor example, in 5x squared by 2 and (-5x) squared by 2, x = 2, then 5x squared by 2 would be 100, and (-5x) squared by 2 would also be 100, thus making them equal.

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ReplyDeleteIf x is less than 0, 5x to the power of 2 will be positive, and -5x to the power of two will be negative.

DeleteHence 5x to the power of 2 could be larger than -5x to the power of 2.

If x is equal to 0, both will be the same.

DeleteI do not agree. If X=2, 5 x X=10. Its square root is positive 100. (-5X) would be -5 x X= -10. The square root of -10 is 100. The two numbers do not always have to be different.

ReplyDeleteNo. Minus squared is positive. If x is 1, (-5x)2 is the same as 5x2.

ReplyDeleteX is 0 she said that it is always smaller than but if they represent x as 0, both would be 0 which would be equal not smaller

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ReplyDeletelets say x is -20 then 5x2 is equal to 20

but -5x2 is equal to 100

x is 0

ReplyDeleteIf x is a negative, then 5x^2 is greater than(-5x)^2.

ReplyDeleteIf x is a positive , then 5x ^2 is smaller than (-5x)^2

If x is 0, then they are equal.

That depends on the kind of integers are substituted for x.

NO. if x is 0, the whole sum will be equal to 0. so they can be equal and 5x square is not smaller then (-5x) square

ReplyDeleteNo because if x is zero both of the numbers will be the same. If x is 1 both of the numbers can also be the same

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ReplyDeleteX is 0 she said that it is always smaller than but if they represent x as 0, both would be 0 which would be equal not smaller

ReplyDeleteNo because if x is zero both of the numbers will be the same. If x is 1 both of the numbers can also be the same

ReplyDelete5x^2 can be the same as (-5x)^2. When x = 0, 5(0)^2 is 0 and (-5(0))^2 is 0 as well.

ReplyDeleteIf x=1, both would be the same. So the number is not always smaller than the other.

Deleteno. it really depends. if x is 0 then the ans is all 0. if x is bigger than 0 then (-5x)^2 is bigger than 5x^2. if x is smaller than 0 the 5x^2 is bigger than (-5x)^2

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Deleteyes. No matter what number is put in, the ans for 5x2 is always smaller

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ReplyDeletex*x*5 and -5*x(-5*x) are the simplified values.

If we cancel them out, there is *x and *(-5)*x left, whereas *(-5)*x is bigger.

Therefore, the answer is wrong.

5x^2 will be smaller than (-5x)^2 if "x" is a positive number, but if "x" is a negative number, 5x^2 will be bigger than (-5x)^2. However' if "x" is 0, They will be the same.

ReplyDeleteIf x = 0, the answer of the equation is equal. Therefore it is NOT ALWAYS smaller.

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