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Carla and Brandon are members of two different magazine programs where any magazine ordered is the same price, regardless of the magazine ordered.Carla pays $9.44 for 4 magazines, and she pays $21.24 for 9 magazines.The equation below represents the amount of money Brandon pays for x magazines.y = $2.87xWho pays more per magazine? A. Brandon and Carla pay the same price per magazine. B. Carla pays more per magazine. C. Brandon pays more per magazine. D. There is not enough information to determine the price per magazine.
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6 months ago
Scott puts some sports stickers in rows. He makes 6 rows with 5 stickers in each row. If he puts the same number of stickers in 5 equal rows, how many stickers would be in each row?
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6 months ago
At the beginning of an experiment, there are 400 grams of contaminants. Each hour, three-fourths of the contaminants are filtered out.A. Formulate a recursive sequence modeling the number of grams after "n" hours.B. Use the model to calculate the amount of contaminants after the third hour of the experiment.
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6 months ago
Derivative of y = cos(x-1)/(x-1)
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6 months ago
Point M is the midpoint of AB . AM= 3x+3, and AB=8x−6What is the length of AM?The answer is 21 but i don't know the steps to get it. HELP
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6 months ago
Mr. Chen goes to the post office to buy small and large boxes. He needs at least 4 small boxes. Altogether, he will buy no more than 15 boxes. The post office has 10 small boxes and 9 large boxes in stock. The graph shows the feasible region, where x represents the number of small boxes and y represents the number of large boxes. Which ordered pairs meet all the constraints and make sense in context of the situation? Select each correct answer. (6, 9) (7,10) (8,6) (9,8) Graph of lines and a shaded region on a coordinate plane whose axes are labeled x and y. A solid vertical line passes through 4 comma 0. Another solid vertical line passes through 10 comma 0. A solid horizontal line passes through 9 comma 0. A solid diagonal line passes through 0 comma 15, 4 comma 11, 6 comma 9, and 10 comma 5. The polygon whose vertices are at 4 comma 9, 6 comma 9, 10 comma 5, 10 comma 0, and 4 comma 0 is shaded.
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6 months ago
A boat heads south at 1,200 mph while a steamer heads east at 500 mph. If they started from the same dock and at the same time, when will the distance between them be 1,300 mi?
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6 months ago
Hexagon FUTBOL has coordinates F(3,6), U(5,2), T(2,-3), B(-3,-2), O(-5,1) and L(-2,5), and it is dilated by scale factor of five centered at origin.What are the coordinates of F'U'T'B'O'L'?
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6 months ago
luci cuts a board that is 3/4 yard long into pieces that are 3/8 yard long how many does she cut
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6 months ago
The composition do,0.75(x,y) ∘ do,2(x,y) is applied to △lmn to create △l''m''n''. which statements must be true regarding the two triangles? check all that apply. ∠m ≅ ∠m'' △lmn ~ △l''m''n'' △lmn ≅ △l''m''n'' the coordinates of vertex l'' are (-3, 1.5). the coordinates of vertex n'' are (3, -1.5). the coordinates of vertex m'' are (1.5, -1.5).
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6 months ago
You buy 3.17 pounds of apples, 1.25 pounds of pears, and 2.56 pounds of oranges. What is your total bill rounded to the nearest cent?
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6 months ago
Find the greatest possible enclosed area of a rectangular corral given 400 feet of fencing
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Given: JKLM is an isosceles trapezoid, KL ∥ JM Prove: KM ≅ JL What is the missing reason in step 4? Statements Reasons 1. JKLM is an isosceles trapezoid, KL ∥ JM 1. given 2. JK ≅ LM 2. definition of isosceles trapezoid 3. KL ≅ KL 3. reflexive property 4. ∠JKL ≅ ∠MLK 4. ? 5. △JKL ≅ △MLK 5. SAS ≅ theorem 6. KM ≅ JL 6. CPCTC definition of linear pair definition of congruence base angles theorem sufficient base angles theorem
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6 months ago
Malik borrowed $8,000 to buy a new boat. He will pay off the loan after 4 years by paying back the principal plus 6.5% simple interest. How much will Malik pay back altogether? A. $520 B. $2,080 C. $8,000 D. $10,080
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6 months ago
One of your friends gives you $10 for a charity walkathon. Another friend gives you an amount per mile. After 5 miles, you have raised $13.50 total. Write an equation that represents the amount y of money you have raised after x miles.
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6 months ago
The 100-meter race times at a state track meet are normally distributed with a mean of 14.62 seconds and a standard deviation of 2.13 seconds. Using the Standard Normal Probabilities table, what is the approximate probability that a runner chosen at random will have a 100-meter time less than 15.5 seconds? a.0.1894 b. 0.3409 c. 0.6591 d. 0.7910 e. 0.8106
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6 months ago
Ruth sets out to visit her friend ward, who lives 20 mi north and 100 mi east of her. she starts by driving east, but after 70 mi she comes to a detour that takes her 15 mi south before going east again. she then drives east for 8 mi and runs out of gas, so ward flies there in his small plane to get her.
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6 months ago
Which expression is equal to 728‾‾‾√−563‾‾‾√ ? −11√ 7 √7 - √7 −37√7
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6 months ago
If Ryan pays his car insurance for the year in full, he will get a credit if $28. If he chooses to pay a monthly premium, he will pay a $10 late fee for any month the payment is late A.which of these values could be represented with a negative number?explain.
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6 months ago
while driving with his father, Amit his guys breath whenever they pass through a particular tunnel. Amit counts the number of seconds he holds his breath, from the beginning of the tunnel to the end of the tunnel, and finds he good his breath, on average, for about 8 seconds. if his father drives the car at 60 miles per hour through the tunnel, according to the average time Amit his his breath, about how long is the tunnel? (there are 5280 feet in a mile)
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6 months ago
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