# Evaluate the expression e^3

Step-by-step explanation:

Calculate the approximate value

e³ = 20.0855

Hope this helps you

2.718282^3

=

## Related Questions

In how many ways can a committee of two men and two women be formed from a group of twelve men and ten women?

Step-by-step explanation:

number of ways=12c2×10c2

The ratio of cats to dogs at the shelter is 3 to 2 if there are 15 cats at the shelter how many dogs are there

3/2=15/x

Step-by-step explanation:

Anyone got the answer to this? Ik it’s prob easy but I’m just not seeing it

y ≤0

Step-by-step explanation:

y =- x^2

x^2 is always positive or 0

Make this negative

- x^2 is negative or 0

The range is negative or 0

y ≤0

Step-by-step explanation:

y=-x^2

the range is(-∞,0]

y≤ 0 ( since the coefficient  a is negative it is open downward)

1.closed circle means equal to

line to the right means greater than

x>= 4

2. open circle means  not equal to

line to the left and right means not equal to

x not equal to -4

Choice C

3.  less than means open circle and line to the left

x<-3

Choice A

4.  m<=-1

closed circle because of the equals

line to the left

Choice B

5.  y <6

open circle because of no equals

line to the left

Choice B

6.  t>=0

closed circle with the =

line to the right

Choice A

7.  x not equal to -4

open circle at 4

lines going both directions

Choice B

8.n <=-1.5

closed circle at -1.5

line going to the left

Choice C

1. x greater than or equal to 4 (B)

2. x does not equal 4 (C)

3. A

4. B

5. B

6. A

7. B

8. C

(The pictures were out of order but i did it by number shown in the pictures. Hope this helps.)

If m = 1/2, n= 1/4 , then m²+ n²

In fraction 5/16

In decimal 0.3125

Scientists have found a relationship between the temperature and the height above a distant planet's surface. , given below, is the temperature in Celsius at a height of kilometers above the planet's surface. The relationship is as follows.

The question is incomplete, the complete question is below:

Scientists have found a relationship between the temperature and the height above a distant planet's surface. , given below, is the temperature in Celsius at a height of kilometers above the planet's surface. The relationship is as follows: T(h) = 30.5 -2.5h.

a) Calculate T^-1(x)

b) T^-1(15)