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Which of the following accurately compare 15-√105 and 5?A.√105 is slightly more than 10, so 15-√105 is greater than 5B. √105 is slightly less than 10, so 15-√105 is less than 5C. √105 is slightly more than 10, some 15-√105 is less than 5D. √105 is slightly less than 10, so 15-√105 is greater than 5
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7 months ago
A large jar contains 1230 coins. The result of 50 coins pulled at random from the jar is given below• 18 nickels • 12 dimes • 20 quarters Based on this information, what could be the expected value of quarters in the jar A) $123B) $246C) $250D) $492
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7 months ago
a drink bottler needs to fill 40 one pints bottles and he has two tanks one that contains 2 gallons of soda and a second that contains 3 gallons which will he need to fill the bottles ?
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Given the information in the diagram, determine if m parallel to n. If so, give the theorem or postulate used to support your conclusion.A.yes; converse of the consecutive interior angles theoremB.yes; converse of the alternate interior angles theoremC.yes; converse of the corresponding angles postulateD.no
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7 months ago
The first side of a triangle is twice the second, and the third is 20 feet less than three times the second. the perimeter is 106 feet. find the three sides.
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An 8-inch long submarine sandwich is cut into 2 pieces whose lengths are in the ratio of 7 to 5. How long is the shorter piece? SHOW YOUR WORK
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7 months ago
2/3x-1/2=x+7/6 How do I do this?Please give step by step
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William Meyer bought a used car for $6,500 two years ago. He spent $1,299 for gas, $160 for oil changes, $209 for maintenance, and $200 for two new tires. He paid $657 for insurance and $158 for registration and licenses. He calculates the car has depreciated by about $2,100. William also drove the car a total of 16,789 miles and estimates that its present value is $4,400. What was the cost per mile for William to operate and maintain his car?
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By the end of wrestling season Mighty Max had lost 7 pounds and now weighs 128 pounds what was the percent decrease from his starting weight
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What number must you add to complete the square x2 + 12x = -3
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A total of 165 people attended the opening night of a school play. Adults were charged $6, and children were charged $2. The total amount of money collected was $618. Which augmented matrix represents the situation?
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The freshman class has 160 students. Each freshman must write 3 reports from a list of 10 novels that the teacher has assigned them to read. How many different combinations of novels can a freshman student choose to write reports on? 30 120 480
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7 months ago
lily purchased a pan drive worth $800 in the first month of the year of the months. its value depreciates by 2% per month. what will the value of. pan drive be after 6 months please use the formula (ya(i-r)t4 and show work please
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7 months ago
At an office supply store, packs of pencils are sold for $1.50 each, and packs of pens are sold for $4 each. If at the end of the day, the store sold 28 packs of writing utensils and made $67, how many packs of pens and pencils did it sell?
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Which products result in a difference of squares? Check all that apply.(5z + 3)(–5z – 3)(w – 2.5)(w + 2.5)(8g + 1)(8g + 1)(–4v – 9)(–4v + 9)(6y + 7)(7y – 6)(p – 5)(p – 5)
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In ΔABC shown below, ∠BAC is congruent to ∠BCA: Triangle ABC, where angles A and C are congruent Given: Base ∠BAC and ∠ACB are congruent. Prove: ΔABC is an isosceles triangle. When completed (fill in the blanks), the following paragraph proves that Line segment AB is congruent to Line segment BC making ΔABC an isosceles triangle. Construct a perpendicular bisector from point B to Line segment AC . Label the point of intersection between this perpendicular bisector and Line segment AC as point D: m∠BDA and m∠BDC is 90° by the definition of a perpendicular bisector. ∠BDA is congruent to ∠BDC by the _______1________. Line segment AD is congruent to Line segment DC by _______2________. ΔBAD is congruent to ΔBCD by the Angle-Side-Angle (ASA) Postulate. Line segment AB is congruent to Line segment BC because corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent (CPCTC). Consequently, ΔABC is isosceles by definition of an isosceles triangle. A.)1. the definition of congruent angles2. Angle-Side-Angle (ASA) PostulateB.) 1. the definition of congruent angles2. the definition of a perpendicular bisectorC.) 1. Angle-Side-Angle (ASA) Postulate2. the definition of a perpendicular bisectorD.) 1. Angle-Side-Angle (ASA) Postulate2. corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent (CPCTC)
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7 months ago
At first a price was decreased by 12%, then it was discounted again by an additional 5%. What is the percent of the total discount?PLZ HELP DUE TOMMOROW MORNING
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Pls HelpFind the measure of angle x in the figure below:Two triangles are shown such that one triangle is inverted and share a common vertex. The lower triangle has two angles at the base marked as 75 degrees each. The angle at the vertex of the inverted triangle at the top is marked as x degrees. 15° 25° 30° 60°
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7 months ago
A restaurant has two appetizer specials. Tomato bread costs $5.50, and stuffed mushrooms cost $6.75. The total amount in sales from the two appetizers on a Friday night was $186.75. Which equation can be used to represent x, the number of stuffed mushroom orders and y, the number of tomato bread orders?
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7 months ago
Viola has to relocate for her job. She finds a townhome with an option to rent or buy. The conditions of each are shown below. Rent: Move-in costs of $2,380 and monthly payment of $845. Buy: Move-in costs of $5,260 and monthly payment of $785. Viola moves frequently due to her job, but she thinks that she will stay in the area for 4 years. Therefore, she decided to buy. Choose the best evaluation of Viola’s decision. a. Since the costs would be the same over the 4 year period, she will have made a good decision if the property value does not decrease. b. She made a fairly good decision. Buying the townhome will be cheaper over the 4 year period as long as she doesn’t have major repairs to make. c. She made a poor decision if the property value does not increase. Renting the townhome would be cheaper over the 4 year period. d. There is not enough information given to determine which option is best.
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