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Pls help I’m really confusedFind AB round to the nearest tenth if necessary
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7 months ago
PLEASE HELP ME I WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST!!!!!!!!!Luella drives her vehicle the same number of miles each day. The number of miles remaining before her vehicle is due for its next routine service is represented by the function below, where x represents the number of days she has driven her vehicle since her last routine service. M(x) = 5,000 - 26x What is the average rate of change over the interval [60, 90]? A. 41 miles per day B. -26 miles per day C. 26 miles per day D. -41 miles per day
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7 months ago
Which cereal costs the most per ounce? A $5.04 for 14 ounces B $3.92 for 8 ounces C $4.92 for 12 ounces D $4.25 for 10 ounces
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7 months ago
Given that tan 0=-4/7 , and 270 degrees <0<360 degrees , what is the exact value of sec0?
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7 months ago
Yin is making a map of his town. On the map, the distance between the sporting goods store and the market is 4 inches. The actual distance is 5 miles. If it is 8 miles from the market to the post office, what is the map distance between the market and the post office?
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7 months ago
pgeometryEvaluate a. 6! b. 8p5 c. 12C4
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7 months ago
will give thanks and brainliest (this is pretty easy). 20 points. click on link
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7 months ago
Christina is planning a wedding in a hall that has both regular seating and patio seating. She is trying to decide how to best arrange the roses and lilies. She has decided that some of the aisles at the wedding will have bouquets of only roses and that some of the aisles will have bouquets of only lilies. She has decided that in each rose aisle in the regular seating area, she wants there to be 2 less bouquets of roses than there are roses in each bouquet. There will be 8 rose aisles and one aisle with 4 bouquets of lilies in the regular seating area. The patio seating area will have one aisle with 5 bouquets of roses and one aisle with 7 bouquets of lilies. Christina plans on using 80 total flowers in the regular seating aisles and 75 total flowers in the patio seating aisles. Christina wants to apply these numbers to determine how many flowers will go in the bouquets if all of the rose bouquets have an equal number of roses and all the lily bouquets have an equal number of lilies.Create a system of equations to model the situation above, and use it to determine how many of the solutions are viable.Note: Christina wants the number of flowers to be as close to her specifications as possible, but the solution does not need to include whole numbers in order to be considered viable.a. There are 2 solutions and neither are viable.b. There are 2 solutions and only 1 is viable.c. There is only 1 solution and it is viable.d. There are 2 solutions and both are viable.
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7 months ago
The system Ax+By=C has the solution (2,-3) where Dx + Ey=FA,B,C,D,E, and F are non zero real numbers. Select all the systems of equations with the same solution.
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7 months ago
A book is to have 250 pages that will be numbered with Arabic numerals beginning with 1. How many times will the digit 2 be used in numbering the pages?
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7 months ago
Which graph represents the function f(x)=5-5x2/x2?
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7 months ago
n a school of 1250 students, 250 are freshmen and 150 students take Spanish. The probability that a student takes Spanish given that he/she is a freshman is 30%. Are being a freshman and taking Spanish independent?
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7 months ago
A beach ball is a sphere with a diameter of 10 inches. Which value is closest to the volume in cubic inches of the beach ball
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7 months ago
If the discriminate of a quadratic equation is 28 describe the rootsA. 1 rational rootB. 2 rational roots C. 2 irrational roots D. 2 complex roots
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7 months ago
If you can show your work so I can learn that would be great (all three questions go together). If you have any questions please ask1. You and your best friend want to take a vacation to Peru. You have done some research and discovered that it will cost $2400 for the plane tickets, all-inclusive hotel and resort, and souvenirs. You have already saved $1750. If you invest this money in a savings account with a 2.3% interest rate compounded annually, how long will it take to earn enough money to go on the trip? Use the compound interest formula A = P (1 + i)n, where A is the accumulated amount, P is the principal, i is the interest rate per year, and n is the number of years. Round your final answer to the nearest tenth2. You are planning to go on this trip in 2 years. How much money will you need to invest at a 2.3% interest rate compounded annually in order to have $2400 in 2 years? Use the compound interest formula A = P (1 + i)n. (Round final answer to the nearest cent, but otherwise don’t round any intermediate values)3. Now say you only have $1600 to invest and the highest interest rate you can find is 3.55% compounded annually. If you decide to wait 7 years to go on the trip, how much money will you have to spend on the trip? Use the compound interest formula A = P (1 + i)n. (Round final answer to the nearest cent, but otherwise don’t round any intermediate values)
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7 months ago
What is the quotient of 156 and 12? A. 13 B. 14 C. –13 D. –14
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7 months ago
The amount of money that college students spend on rent each month is usually between $300 and $600. However, there are a few students who spend $1,300. What measure of spread would be most appropriate to measure the amount of money that college students spend on rent per month?
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7 months ago
in a class of 32 students the mean height of 14 boys is 1.56 the mean height of all 32 students is 1.515 work out the mean height of the girls
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7 months ago
Malik buys and sells car parts. He bought two tires for $45.00 each and later sold them for $65.00 each. He bought three rims for $85.00 each and later sold them for $126.00 each. He bought five headlight covers for $5.00 each and later sold them for $15.00 each. What is Malik's total profit?
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7 months ago
Heidi bought seven pairs of socks for a total of $18 she bought wool socks and cotton socks the wool socks cost three dollars per pair and the cotton socks cost two dollars per pair X represent the number of pairs of wool socks and Y represent the number of pairs of cotton socks
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7 months ago
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