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The following section is a statement from the rental agreement Tim signed when he rented his car this past weekend. "Upon checkout, the fuel level of the vehicle will be determined by turning the vehicle on and visually inspecting the fuel gauge. The approximate fuel level will be recorded on the Check-Out sheet and verified with initials by the vehicle Renter. One copy of the Check-Out sheet will be given to the customer. Another copy will be kept with the on-site records of the vehicle. "The rented vehicle must be returned with a minimum fuel level the same as that indicated on the Check-Out sheet. A vehicle returned with a fuel level less than the approximate level indicated on the Check-Out sheet will be completely refueled with on-site pumps. The price of the fuel used to refuel the vehicle will be added to the Renter's total charge at a cost of $4.50 per gallon plus a $5.00 refueling charge." Tim is running extremely late and has just 5 minutes to return his rental car to the agency. The fuel tank in the car is half empty. It was full when he picked it up. (The car has a 12-gallon fuel tank.) He doesn't think he can get gas and get to the agency to return the car in time. Returning the car a day late will result in an extra daily rental charge of $32.00 and refueling the car on his own will cost $2.59 per gallon at the local gas station. Which of the following statements is true? a. It would be cheaper to refuel the car and return it a day late. b. It would be cheaper to return the car on time and pay the refueling costs. c. It would cost about the same to return the car on time without gas or one day late with gas. d. Tim is not responsible for refueling the car when he returns it.
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Twenty words were randomly selected from a science fiction novel and a biography. The line plot shows the number of letters in each of the 20 words.Which conclusion can be drawn from the data?A) The biography has a less range of word length.B) Science fiction novels have more words than biographies.C)The words are generally much shorter in the science fiction novel than the biography.D)The median word length for both books is the same.
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Complete the steps, which describe how to find the area of the shaded portion of the circle.Find the area of the sector by multiplying the area of the circle by the ratio of thea. length of the radiusb. length of the diameterc. measure of the central angled. measure of the circle to 360. Subtract the area of the triangle from the area of the sector.
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InstructionsSearch your home for a rectangular prism. Some examples are a cereal box, a CD case, or a coffee table. Measure your prism using appropriate units, such as inches, centimeters, or feet.Complete the following. Show all work for calculations.1. List the dimensions of your box. Be sure to include the units (in, cm, ft, etc.).2. Describe the shape of the cross section when the box is cut parallel to the base.3. What is the surface area of the box?4. What is the surface area of the box if it is scaled up by a factor of 10?5. What is the volume of the box?6. What is the volume of the box if it is scaled down by a factor of 1/10?
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Sebastian is going to choose the color, pattern, font, and image for the design of a sweatshirt for his dance team. There are 10 colors, 4 patterns, 12 fonts, and 9 images for him to choose from. (The printing company charges a fee to add extra design elements, so he will choose only one of each.)How many different sweatshirt designs are possible?
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1.Your primary job’s gross income is $3,500.00/month, and your second job’s realized income is $368.49/month. Deductions are FICA (7.65%), federal tax withholding (10.75%), and state tax withholding (8.35%). How much is the income on your monthly budget?2.Your fixed expenses are $1,035.65/month and are 36% of your realized income. use proportions to compute the realized income on your budget.
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What construction does the image below demonstrate?
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Which problem can be solved using the equation shown? 2.50x-2.00=10.50 Will bought several books that cost $2.50 each and received a $2.00 discount on his total bill. If he paid $10.50, how many books did he buy?Will bought several books that cost $2.00 each and received a $2.00 discount on his total bill. If he paid $10.50, how many books did he buy?Will bought several books that cost $10.50 each and received a $2.00 discount on his total bill. If he paid $2.50, how many books did he buy?Will bought several books that cost $10.50 each and received a $2.50 discount on his total bill. If he paid $2.50, how many books did he buy?
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If you subtracted 3 from the exponent in an exponential function, what would happen to the graph? A) It would move up 3 B) It would move down 3 C) It would move to the left 3 D) It would move to the right 3
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Percentage grade averages were taken across all disciplines at a particular university, and the mean average was found to be 83.6 and the standard deviation was 8.7. If 10 classes were selected at random, find the probability that the class average is greater than 90.A. 0.0100B. 0.5247C. 0.1023D. 0.0002
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John is playing a gamr of darts. The probability that he throws a dart into the center of the dart board (bulls eyes) is 1/10. The probability tgat he throws rhe dart the dart into the dart into the 10 point ring is 3/10. What is the probability that he either hits a bullseye or scores 10 points?
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QUESTION 1Leon needs to save more than $350 to buy a new bike. He has $130 saved so far, and he plans to save $20 each week until he has enough. The inequality below represents x, the number of weeks he must save to have the extra money needed. 130+20x> 350 Which best describes the number of weeks he must save before he can buy his bike? He must save for 11 or more weeks. He must save for 12 or more weeks. He must save for 24 or more weeks. He must save for 25 or more weeks.QUESTION 2Deepak is a landscaper who charges $30 for each job he does plus an additional $15 for each hour he works. He only accepts jobs if he will earn at least $90 the job. He writes this inequality to determine x, the number of hours he must work during each job in order to accomplish this.30+15x.>90Which best describes the restrictions on the jobs Deepak will accept?He only accepts jobs that last 4 or more hours.He only accepts jobs that last 5 or more hours.He only accepts jobs that last 8 or more hours.He only accepts jobs that last 9 or more hours.PLEASE GIVE ME BOTH OF THE ANSWERS ASAP THANK YOU SO MUCH
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7 months ago
Tell whether the set of ordered pairs {(1,1), (3,3), (5,9), (8,13)} satisfies a linear function. Explain
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A bread recipe calls for 13 cup of butter. You want to make 12 of a batch. How much butter do you need?
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what term has to be added to x^2-3x to be a trinomial 3/2 9/4 6 9
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Consider line segment AB whose endpoints are (1, 4) and (4, 8). If this segment is dilated by a scale factor of 4 centered at the origin, find the length of the new segment, A’B’.A. 4 B. 5 C.20 D. 400
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PLEASE HELP!!!Consider circle O, where m BD=70 and m CA=170
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8. Find the value of x. If your answer is not an integer, leave it in simplest radical form. The diagram is not drawn to scale.
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1)Why is it impossible for a function to have fewer values in its domain than in its range? Explain how you can tell the function f(x)={x-5} is not linear by using points on its graph.Study the function below.f(x) = –3xLabel the function as proportional or non-proportional.Explain your reasoning.Which of the following equations would not be a line when graphed? Explain how you can tell by just looking at the equations.y=9y=-2x power of 2 +4y= -8x+3y=7/xmake u the brainliest whoever gets it correct 60 points whoever gets it plz put serious answers and not some childidh one ok
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)Information about the age of participants in a dance competition is below: A box plot titled "Age of Participants" and labeled "Age" uses a number line from 10 to 35 with primary markings and labels at 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, and 35. The box extends from 17 to 27 on the number line. A line in the box is at 21. The whiskers end at 12 and 33.The middle 50% of the data is between what two numbers? 12 and 21 12 and 33 17 and 27 21 and 33
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