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Which statements are true about the graph ofy< 2x + 1? Check all that apply.Graph: y < }x+1The slope of the line is 1.The line is solid.The area below the line is shaded.A solution to the inequality is (2.3).The x-intercept of the boundary line is (-3.0).DrawClick or tap the graph to plot a point
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What is the length of AC ? Enter your answer in the box. units Triangle A B C with vertical side A C. Vertex B lies to the right of side A C. Angle A and angle C are marked congruent. The length of side A C is labeled as x. The length of side A B is labeled as x plus 4. The length of side B C is labeled as 3 x minus 8.
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The following table list two investment plans, A and B. Given this information, determine which investment is an ordinary annuityand the future value of the ordinary annuity after one year, given that both investments, A and B, compound interest monthly atthe rate of 3.5%. Round to the nearest cent.Sept.oct.Nova.b.C.d.Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept.350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350Investment A is an ordinary annuity with $3.918.03 in the account after 1 yearInvestment B is an ordinary annuity with $3,918.03 in the account after 1 yearInvestment A is an ordinary annuity with $3,906.64 in the account after 1 yearInvestment B is an ordinary annuity with $3,906.64 in the account after 1 year
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line m contains the points -3,4 and 1,0. write the equation of a line that would be perpendicular to this one and pass through the point -2,6 How do you solve that
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g SupposeXis a Gaussian random variable with mean 0 and varianceσ2X. SupposeN1is a Gaussian random variable with mean 0 and varianceσ21. SupposeN2is a Gaussianrandom variable with mean 0 and varianceσ22. AssumeX,N1,N2are all independentof each other. LetR1=X+N1R2=X+N2.(a) Find the mean ofR1andR2. That is findE[R1] andE[R2].(b) Find the correlationE[R1R2] betweenR1andR2.(c) Find the variance ofR1+R2.
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supervisor records the repair cost for 25 randomly selected dryers. A sample mean of $93.36 and standard deviation of $19.95 are subsequently computed. Determine the 98% confidence interval for the mean repair cost for the dryers. Assume the population is approximately normal. Find the critical value that should be used in constructing the confidence interval.
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Compute the line integral with respect to arc length of the function f(x, y, z) = xy2 along the parametrized curve that is the line segment from (1, 1, 1) to (2, 2, 2) followed by the line segment from (2, 2, 2) to (−9, 6, 5).
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If an account is increasing at a rate of 3.3% compounded semiannually, what is the exact value of in the following present valueordinary annuity formula?PV-P1-(1+1)*a) 3.3b) 0.033/100c) 0.033/2d) 0.33/2
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Perpendicular to 3x-6y=-2 containing points (-3,-8)
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Which is the distance between the point with the coordinates (-2, 3) and the line with the equation 6x-y=-3
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Decide whether the triangles are similar. If so, determine the appropriate expression to solve for x.Triangles ABC and EDF, where triangle ABC has angle A measuring 47 degrees, angle C measuring 62 degrees, side AC labeled as y, side AB labeled as w, and side BC labeled as x and triangle EDF has angle D measuring 71 degrees, angle E measuring 47 degrees, side DE labeled z, side EF labeled u, and side DF labeled r The triangles are not similar; no expression for x can be found. ΔABC ~ ΔDEF; x equals r times w over u ΔABC ~ ΔEDF; x equals r times w over u ΔABC ~ ΔEDF; x equals r times w over z
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6 months ago
You are constructing a triangular sail for a one-person sailboat. For support, a horizontal steel pole will run along the base of the sail and a vertical steel pole will run from the base to the top of the sail. In order for the sailboat to function properly, the combined weight of the poles cannot exceed 80 pounds. If the steel poles weigh 5 pounds per foot, what is the area of the largest sail you can build? Fully justify your answer; in particular, you must show that the area you found is indeed the largest possible.
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Which of the following literary terms means “a phrase that means something other than what it appears to say"?idiominferencesimilemetaphor
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Can Someone Help Please.1. Rewrite The Following Equation As A Function Of X.1/16x + 1/320y - 29 = 02. Which Of The Following Function Notations Corresponds To The Equation Below?y - 6.37x = -3A. f(x) = 3x - 6.37B. f(x) = 6.37x = -3C. f(y) = 3y - 6.37D. f(y) = 6.37y - 3
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Ten students need to present their reports. Five can present each day. How many ways can the teacher choose a group of five students to present their reports on the first day?
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MATH HELP NEEDED!The coordinates of the vertices of quadrilateral ABCD are A(0, −4) , B(−4, 3) , C(3, 4) , and D(6, −1) .Drag and drop the choices into each box to correctly complete the sentences.
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Please answer hurry!1!!!1!1!1Mahin works at a clothing store. She bought a sweater that normally costs $55. She only paid $38.50 after applying the employee discount. What percent off is the employee discount? and what is 16.5 as a percent?
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a building 62 feet tall costs a shadow 21 meters long at what angle is the sun shining on the building
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ou have been commissioned by Indiana University to evaluate the relative efficiency of four degree-granting units: Business (1), Education (2), Arts and Sciences (3), and Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) (4). You are given the information below. Use DEA to identify all inefficient units. UnitFacultySupport staffSupply budget ($ millions)Credit hours (1000s)Research publications115070515.02252602035.47038001402056.013004301512.140
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Jack threw a rock into the lake and is represented by the equation f(x)=-3x^2-6x+21, where f(x) is the height in feet and x, is the time in seconds. Find the h, of the vertex (h,k) and find the zeros. What does each mean in the context of the question?
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