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Graph a system of equations to solve log (−5.6x + 1.3) = −1 − x. Round to the nearest tenth. From the least to the greatest, the solutions are:ANSWER IS ::::: (-2.1)⇒0.2
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a farmer will build a rectangular pen for his sheep. a wall will form one side of the pen. the farmer has 28 m of fencing to form the other three sides. the farmer plans to build the pen so that it has its maximum possible area. what will be the dimensions of the farmer’s sheep pen? enter your answers in the boxes._ m by _ m
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The table gives the probability distribution of the number of books sold in a day at a bookstore. What is the probability of 16 or more books being sold on a given day? number of books sold in a day 0-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21-25 probability 0.110 0.206 0.464 0.201 ?
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I Put 45 Points!!Use what you have learned from this chapter to make a model boat out of a 10-cm square piece of foil. Test your model boat in a tank of water to see how many pennies it can support before sinking. Compare the performance of your boat with those of your classmates. Suggest several design improvements based on your results. Respond to at least one other students posting giving suggestions on how the model of their boat or yours could be improved to increase buoyancy.
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Use the alternating series estimation theorem to estimate the range of values of x for which the given approximation is accurate to within the stated error. check your answer graphically. (round your answers to three decimal places.) sin(x) ≈ x − x3 6 |error| < 0.000001
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You are preparing to make monthly payments of $65, beginning at the end of this month, into an account that pays 6 percent interest compounded monthly. how many payments will you have made when your account balance reaches $9,278?
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While in europe, if you drive 107 km per day, how much money would you spend on gas in one week if gas costs 1.10 euros per liter and your car's gas mileage is 42.0 mi/gal ? assume that 1euro=1.26dollars?
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Explain the steps you would take to model a desert community in which 77% of the area is covered with houses.
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A table is 6 feet long and 3 feet wide. You extend the table by inserting two identical table leaves. The longest side of each recatngle leaf is 3 feet the extendable table is rectangular with an area of (18 + 6x) square feet. a. Make a diagram of the table and leaves. b. Write an expression that represents the length of the extendable table. What does x represent
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Assume that the grasshopper in the food pyramid above must eat half its body weight in grass each day. If an average-size grasshopper weighs 2 grams, and 1 blade of grass weighs 0.1grams (one tenth of a gram), how many blades of grass does the grasshopper need to eat each day?
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A rental company charges $75 a day and 20 cents a mile for renting a truck. michael rents a truck for 2 days, and his bill came to $238. how many miles did he drive?
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A paper cup has the shape of a cone with height 10 cm and radius 3 cm (at the top. if water is poured into the cup at a rate of 2cm3/s, how fast is the water level rising when the water is 5 cm deep?
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BRAINIEST WILL BE GIVEN------ University Law School accepts 2 out of every 15 applicants. If the school accepts 180 students, find how many applicants they received.
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What's the present value of $11,500 discounted back 5 years if the appropriate interest rate is 4.5%, compounded semiannually?
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7 months ago
Leslie need 48 ounces of charcoal. How many pounds should she buy?
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Jacobs & Johnson, an accounting firm, employs 15 accountants, of whom 9 are CPAs. If a delegation of 4 accountants is randomly selected from the firm to attend a conference, what is the probability that 4 CPAs will be selected? (Round your answer to three decimal places.)
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Marta is making 3 servings of fruit salad.she adds 3/8 cup blueberries for each serving.her measuring cup holds 1/8 cup.how many times must Marta measure 1/8 cup of blueberry to have enough for the fruit salad?
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A purse contains 5-cent coins and 10-cent coins worth a total of $1.05. If the 5-cent coins were replaced with 10-cent coins and the 10-cent coins were replaced with 5-cent coins, the coins would be worth a total of $2.15. How many coins are in the purse? HELP PLEASE WITH WORK
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I have attached a picture of a question I am stuck on. It is about Riemann sums. I have attempted the question but did not get the correct answer :( Here is my work:I see that this graph has the same area repeating 12 times.I did (b - a)/n, or (12 - 0)/36, and found that the width of each rectangle should be 1/3. Because we are asked to find the area using "circumscribed angles," I will use right-endpoint rectangles on the first part of the graph that shows a decreasing interval from 0 to 1:t = 1/3, r(t) = 2.01745506t = 2/3, r(t) = 2t = 1, r(t) = 1.45369751These values for r(t) represent heights of the rectangles. I can add them and multiply by the width of each rectangle:1/3(2.01745506 + 2 + 1.45369751) = 1/3(5.47115257) = 1.823717523I can multiply the area by 12 to find the area under the entire function:1.823717523 * 12 = 21.88461028This is not an answer choice, so I clearly did something wrong! Can someone help me find my mistake?
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8. Which box-and-whisker plot shows the high temperatures in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during the first two weeks of March: 42, 51, 54, 46, 49, 53, 52, 37, 33, 36, 50, 41, 50, 38
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