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# For all numbers p and q, the operation Ω is defined by

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For all numbers p and q, the operation Ω is defined by p Ω q = p2(q-3). If 2 Ω x = -20, what is the value of x ?

-10
-8
-7
-5
-2

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08 Sep 2006, 22:03
lan583 wrote:
For all numbers p and q, the operation Ω is defined by p Ω q = p2(q-3). If 2 Ω x = -20, what is the value of x ?

-10
-8
-7
-5
-2

E. -2

2 Ω x = -20
2^2(x-3) = -20
x-3 = -5
x=-2

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