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lease help...Tyler has $1000 that he wants to put in a savings account. He wants to save the money for 6 years. After 6 years he plans to take the money out and spend it on college. He looks at two different banks, and they offer him different interest options.Bank A offers Tyler 4% simple interest. How much would Tyler’s investment be worth after 6 years in this account? Show your calculations below.Bank B offers Tyler 3% interest compounded annually. How much would Tyler’s investment be worth after 6 years in this account? Show your calculations below.In which bank should Tyler place the $1000 he is saving for college
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A biologist studied the populations of common guppies and Endler's guppies over a 6-year period. the biologist modeled the populations, in tens of thousands, with the following polynomials where x is time, in years.common guppies: 3.1x^2+6x+0.3Endler's guppies: 4.2x^2-5.2x+1what polynomial models the total number of common and Endler's guppies
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10 months ago
The prime factorization of a number is 2^3*3^2*5. Which is a true statement about the factors of the number?1. Fifteen is a factor of the number because both 3 and 5 are prime factors.2. Fifteen is not a factor of the number because 15 is odd and the number is even.3. Sixteen is a factor for the number because 2^3=8 and 16 is divisible by 8.4. Sixteen is not a factor of the number because the exponent of 2 is not even.
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10 months ago
Which linear inequality is represented by the graph? y > 2/3x – 1/5 y ≥ 3/2x + 1/5 y ≤ 2/3x + 1/5 y < 3/2x – 1/5
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AB ≅ BC and AD ≅ CD What additional information would make it immediately possible to prove that triangles AXB and CXB are congruent using the HL theorem? What additional information would make it immediately possible to prove that triangles AXD and CXD are congruent using the SSS congruence theorem?
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Zack deposited $1,200 in a savings account that paid 7.75% simple interest. What was the balance in his account at the beginning of the third year? a. $180 b. $270 c. $1,393.21 d. $1,470HELPPPPP ASAP AND GET BRAINEST
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10 months ago
Orlando bought a new couch for 2,736, using the furniture store's finance plan. He will pay $114 a month for 24 months. Which equation can Orlando use to find out how much money he still owes after each month of the plan?
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10 months ago
Natalia paid $38.95 for three medium sized pizzas and a salad. Solve an equation to find the cost of one pizza,p, if Natalia paid $11.98 for the salad
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10 months ago
Which function has a simplified base of 4 ^3 sqrt 4?
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10 months ago
Jerry mixes the letter F P M M M D P and J thoroughly. Without looking, Amanda draws one letter. Expressed as a fraction, decimal, and percentage, what is the probability that j will not be the letter Amanda selects
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10 months ago
0.025 milliliters is the same as: cm3 and L
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10 months ago
Alcia received a $75 gift certificate for her birthday. She went to a boutique to buy some T- shirts at $7 each and some socks for $2.50 a pair. If T represents the number of T-Shirts, and S represents the number of pairs of socks she bought, write an inequality that would determine the number of T-shirts and pairs of socks she could buy. HURRY PLEASE
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10 months ago
What is the explicit rule for the sequence?47,42,37,32, … an=42−5n an=5n+42 an=5n+52 an=52−5n
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10 months ago
A farmer has 300 ft of fencing with which to enclose a rectangular pen next to a barn. The barn itself will be used as one of the sides of the enclosed area.What is the maximum area that can be enclosed by the fencing?_______ft^2
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10 months ago
A bank runs a contest to encourage new customers to open accounts. In the contest, each contestant draws a slip representing a different reward—$5, $3, or $x—from a jar. At the beginning of the contest the jar contains 60 slips for $5, 40 slips for $3, and 50 slips for $x.If the expected value of the first draw from the jar is $5.8, the value of x is__At one point in the contest, the jar contains 3 slips for $5, 7 slips for $3, and y slips for $x. If the expected value on the next draw is $6, the value of y is __
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10 months ago
Solve this problem. Find the number of gallons of paint needed to cover all four sides four sides) of the building shown with two coats of paint if one gallon covers 350 square feet. Disregard windows and doors. Round to the nearest gallon.
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10 months ago
2. Find x and y, given that line KL and line MN are parallel. Show all work
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10 months ago
Today a car is valued at $42000. The value is expected to decrease at a rate of 8% each year. Choose the equation that can be used to solve the problem. A.) y=42000(1+.08)^6B.) y=42000(1+6)^8C.) y=42000(1−.08)^6D.) y=42000(1−.8)^6And then: What is the value of the car expected to be 6 years from now?This is the only question I don't understand, someone help please!
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10 months ago
3 full and distinct reasons for 100%.WYRSee teachers armed with guns in the classroom.ORSee things like bullet-proof vests and other safety measures in the classroom.OPEN(3 reasons for full credit)Giving 99 pionts!
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10 months ago
Solve for w. 1/7 = -3/2w -4/5 Simplify your answer as much as possible.
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