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11 months ago
In a restaurant, there is a pizza rotation that is divided into 18 pieces and 03 different flavors, which represents the whole pizza? What does 02 flavors of pizza represent?
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11 months ago
How much will a lady pay in the tortilla shop if she buys 2 kilos of tortilla? If the kilo of tortilla is 11.5 pesos
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A person deposits Q.5,000 in a savings account that pays 10% annual interest, convertible semi-annually. What will be the amount collected after 28 months?
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What is the amount of an investment of Q.300,000 after one year, if it is deposited in a bank account that pays 30% interest convertible bimonthly?
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A rectangular garden is 8 meters long and 5 meters wide. If the garden's perimeter is equal to its area plus 6 meters, what is the area of the garden?
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11 months ago
A water tank is 810 full. Then, 13 of the water it has is removed. Mark the alternative that expresses the capacity of the remaining tank.
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11 months ago
Define universe sets and based on them do what is required 4 subset exercises, consider a universe set and then show a subset of this with Set Notation by Extension and Comprehension
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In a stationery store, pencils have one price and pens have another price. Two pencils and three pens cost $0.78. But three pencils and two pens cost $0.72. How much does one pencil cost?
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11 months ago
Stephanie found that 125 of her paces were necessary to travel 100 m. When she walked the boundary of a football oval, she took 763 paces. What is the approximate perimeter of the boundary?
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11 months ago
Enter a primitive function to F(x)=x^2+3x
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There are two numbers which add up to 29. If one is 1 more than the other, find the two numbers
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Find the vertex of the parabola. g(x)=−x2−8x−7
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Give the equation slope 9 and a y -intercept of -4
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11 months ago
solve for x. y=xvz
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11 months ago
Sam has a rectangular garden. The garden is as twice as long as it is wide. if the perimeter of the garden is 60yd what is the length and width
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Now that you have a field with fencing around it, let’s grow some crops on it to make some money. In the last section we used quadratics functions to maximize the area. Similarly, in this section we will be using quadratic functions to maximize revenue. Let’s say we have access to planting 2 different crops, Watermelons and Grapes. We can find the revenue of a crop by the equation: R = (p0 + px)(n0 - nx) Where R is the revenue, p0 is the starting price, n0 is the amount sold at the starting price, p is the price increase, n is the decrease in the amount sold per price increase, and x is the number of price increases. Crop A: Watermelons have a starting price of $12.00 per m2 of area sold. At this price, you are able to sell 45 m2 worth. For every $2.00 increase, you will sell 1 m2 less. So the first task is to figure out how to put these values into the equation above, and turn it into a quadratic function. Then you will need to find the value of x in order to make the revenue as large as possible. Once you know x, the number of price increases, you can then find what you should price your Watermelons per m2. Equation: Number of price increases: x = R= Number of price increases: x = Price of watermelons per m^2 =
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11 months ago
what is the domain of f(x)=2x-1
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Determine the type of conic to which the equation belongs: 12y^2-72y+x+78=0
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11 months ago
1. An average of the most recent surveys of the American public’s party identification indicates that 45% of eligible voters identify themselves as Democrats, 45% of eligible voters identify themselves as Republicans, 8% of eligible voters identify themselves as Independents, and 2% of eligible voters identify themselves as members of a third party. The latest census indicates that 19% of the public lives in the Northeast, 23% of the public lives in the Midwest, 36% of the public lives in the South, and 22% of the public lives in the West. Assume that the distribution of partisans is uniform in all parts of the country. If you randomly select respondents to participate in a survey, what is the probability that (20 points): a. The first person you contact will be a Republican? b. The first person you contact will be either a Democrat or an Independent? c. The first two people you contact will be an Independent and a member of a third party (in that order)? d. The first person you contact will be a Democrat, given that you choose a member of one of the two major parties? e. The first person you contact will be a Republican living in the South? f. The first two people you contact will be a Democrat from the West and a Northeasterner (in no particular order)? g. The first person you contact will be a member of a third party, given that you do not select someone from the Midwest?
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