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In 4 games, Larry averaged 23 PPG (points per game). How many points does he need to score in the last game to have an average of 25 PPG? Explain how to use the mean and the data given to find the answer.
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I ate twice as many apples as bananas and 3 times as many blueberries as bananas. If I ate 12 fruits and berries altogether, how many apples did I eat? How many bananas? How many blueberries?
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Find the x intercept of the parabola with vertex 3,-2 and y intercept 0,7 round to the nearest hundredth
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Suppose a sphere and a cube have equal surface areas. using r for the radius of the sphere and s for the side of a cube, enter an equation to show the relationship between r and s. if necessary, round to the nearest tenth
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Compare and contrast the effects that a proportional dimension change has on perimeter and area of figures
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James has an ice cube tray that makes ice in the shape of spheres rather than cubes. Each sphere of ice has a radius of 222 cm. One tray makes 666 spheres. What is the total volume of ice the tray can make at one time?
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TIMED!!!Find the value of x and the value of y.A.x = 15, y = 10B.x = 20, y = 50C.x = 50, y = 10D.x = 50, y = 20
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A farm is to be built in the shape of Quadrilateral ABCD, as shown below. All four sides are equal.A rhombus ABCD is shown with diagonal AC equal to 15.5 feet and diagonal BD equal to 13.2 feet.What is the area of the farm?pleas only pick from the 4 below62 square feet52.8 square feet57.4 square feet102.3 square feet
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How many ordered pairs of prime numbers (a,b) are there such that a+b=100
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Use the information given below, to compare the cost of operating a vehicle for one month (4 weeks) for three different car owners. Joe, Tim, and Sue each own a car. If Joe works 5 days each week, Tim works 4 days a week, and Sue works 3 days a week, how many work days (round trips) each month? If Joe drives 30 miles round trip to work, Tim drives 40, and Sue drives 18, how many round trip miles will each driver make a month? If each driver estimates gas at 20 miles per gallon and $1.80 per gallon, what will be the cost for gas to go to work for each driver? Joe pays $1,920 a year for insurance, Tim pays $3,000 a year, and Sue pays $1,080 a year. Joe pays $1,200 a year for maintenance. Tim pays $360 a year for maintenance because he likes to work on his car himself. Sue pays $596 dollars a year for maintenance. What is the total cost per month for each driver?
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Ninety-three passengers rode in a train from City A to City B. Tickets for regular coach seats cost $122. Tickets for sleeper cars seats cost $284 The receipts for the trip totaled $18,960. How many passengers purchased each type of ticket?The number of coach tickets purchased was ____The number of sleeper car tickets purchased was ______
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You are having a conference call with theCEO of a paper company. You have interrupted the number of trees cut down verses profit as the function p(x)=-x4+x3+7x2-x-6. Describe to the CEO what the graph looks like and in general how to sketch the graph without using technology. Use complete sentences and focus on the end behaviors of the graph and where the company will break even when p(x)=0.
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An ellipse is graphed.Which statements about the ellipse are true? Check all that apply.The center is at (0, 0).The major axis is 4 units long.The vertices are 4 units to the left and right of the center.The foci are 2sqrt3 units to the left and right of the center on the major axis.The directrices are vertical lines.
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The equation (x-7^2/64)+(y+2)^2/9=1 represents an ellipse.Which points are the vertices of the ellipse?(7, 1) and (7, −5)(7, −10) and (7, 6)(10, −2) and (4, −2)(15, −2) and (−1, −2
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Jack just opened a checking account at the bank. Within the first month, he deposited three checks for $34.98, $51.02, and $51.22. He withdrew $3.23 for new pencils, $4.22 for cards, and $9.79 for movies from his account in the same month. (a) Write Jack's withdrawals as negative rational numbers and his deposits as positive rational numbers. Answer: (b) Order the rational numbers from least to greatest and explain your reasoning. Answer: (c) At the beginning of the month Jack’s balance was $98. What was his balance at the end of the month after all of his deposits and withdrawals? Show your work, no credit will be given for just an
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5 months ago
Cell Phone Company A charges $20 each month plus $0.03 per text. Cell Phone Company B charges $5 each month plus $0.07 per text.Write a system of equations to model the situation using c for cost and t for number of texts.How many texts does a person need to send in a month to make the costs from both companies equal?
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Charlie has a piece of toast that has cream cheese on one side, and he dropped it once. One time, it landed with the cream cheese side up. If he drops it two more times, what is the probability that it will have landed cream cheese side up a total of three times?a. 1/4b. 1/3c. 1/8 d. 3/4
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Can somone answer these? Free Brainliest
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According to Descartes' rule of signs, how many possible negative real roots could the following polynomial function have? f(x)=3x^4-5x^3+5x^2+5x+2A. Three or oneB. ThreeC. OneD. Two or Zero
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Find the volume of the cone shown as a decimal rounded to the nearest tenth.
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