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The length of a photograph is 1 cm less than twice the width. The area is 91cm^2. Find the width and length.
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A cylindrical metal pipe has a diameter of 8.4 millimeters and a height of 10 millimeters. A hole cut out of the center has a diameter of 6 millimeters. What is the volume of metal in the pipe? Use 3.14 for π and round the answer to the nearest tenth of a cubic millimeter. mm3
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HURRY!!! PLEASE HELP WITH QUESTIONS!!!! WILL MAKE BRAINIEST ANSWER!!!!THESE ARE ALL THE ONES I GOT WRONG/W WRONG ANSWER!!!1. Which of the following statements is not true of cash advances?A.Credit card companies offer easy access to cash through ATM’s or checks that can be written to yourself and cashed.B.Credit card companies apply payments to cash advance balances first because the interest is higher.C.The APR of a cash advance is higher than that of regular credit card purchases.-NOT THE ANSWERD.Credit card companies place limits on the amount of cash you can receive through a cash advance.2. Sam is getting ready for a big date when he realizes that he has no money. His roommate, Bill, also has no money, but he has a credit card. Knowing that nobody will let Sam use Bill’s credit card, Sam asks Bill to pull out a cash advance for $120.00. Bill agrees under the condition that Sam is responsible for all interest that accrues on the cash advance which is a 30% interest rate, compounded monthly. 5 full years go by before the $120 cash advance is repaid. How much should Bill ask Sam to pay in interest for the cash advance? A.$3.88B.$112.80C.$120.00-NOT THE ANSWERD.$232.803. Nicole used her credit card to buy a $1,255 mattress. Her credit card has an APR of 11.56%, compounded monthly, and the mattress was the only purchase on the card. Nicole paid off the mattress after two and a half years. If the sales tax in Nicole’s area is 9.08%, how much interest did Nicole pay in total? (Round all dollar values to the nearest cent.)A.$213.85B.$456.20-NOT THE ANSWERC.$196.10D.$327.864. Of the following statements, which one or ones indicate possible effects of a low credit score?I. You will have a difficult time qualifying for loans.II. Any loans you take out will be relatively short-term.III. You will have to pay higher than average interest rates.A.I onlyB.I and II-NOT THE ANSWERC.III onlyD.I and III
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All equilateral triangles are similar. True False
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What is the solution of the system of equations? y = –4x + 6 y = –5x – 4 (–10, 46) (–1.11, 10.44) (2, –14) (46, –10)
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Solve the problem.A ball is kicked upward with an initial velocity of 68 feet per second. The ball's height, h (in feet), from the ground is modeled by h=-16t^2+68t, where t is measured in seconds. What is the practical domain in this situation?The Answer Choices are in the screen shot.
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PLEASE HELP WILL MARK BRAINLIEST (if possible).......................Braden bought 18 pencils for $4.50. Let x represent the number of pencils purchased, and let y represent the total cost. Graph the line that represents the proportional relationship.
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The coordinates of the vertices of quadrilateral ABCD are A(−5, 1) , B(−2, 5) , C(5, 3) , and D(2, −1) . Drag and drop the choices into each box to correctly complete the sentences. The slope of AB¯¯¯¯¯ is , the slope of BC¯¯¯¯¯ is , the slope of CD¯¯¯¯¯ is , and the slope of AD¯¯¯¯¯ is . Quadrilateral ABCD is because . −27−133243a parallelograma trapezoidneither a parallelogram nor a trapezoidboth pairs of opposite sides are parallelonly one pair of opposite sides is parallelneither pair of opposite sides is parallel
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What is the product? (X^4)(3x^3-2)(4x^2+5x)
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Which expression does the graphic represent?7 – 17 – (–1)8 – 18 – (–1)
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Match the circle equations in general form with their corresponding equations in standard form.Tilesx2 + y2− 4x + 12y − 20 = 0(x − 6)2+ (y − 4)2 = 56x2 + y2+ 6x − 8y − 10 = 0 (x − 2)2+ (y + 6)2 = 603x2 + 3y2 + 12x + 18y − 15 = 0(x + 2)2+ (y + 3)2 = 185x2 + 5y2 − 10x + 20y − 30 = 0(x + 1)2+ (y − 6)2 = 462x2 + 2y2 − 24x − 16y − 8 = 0x2 + y2+ 2x − 12y − 9 =
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How is the product of 3 and –2 shown using integer tiles?
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a tile setter is covering a 5ft by 5ft square showerwall with tiles that cover 4 5/8 icnhes by 4 5/8 inches. how many tiles will the setter need to cover the 5ft by 5ft wall.
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Two forces are acting on an object at the same point. Determine the angle between the two forces. F1 = 〈-1,4〉F2 = 〈3,-1〉54°122°234°304°
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You have $44,000 in a savings account that pays 2% annual interest and the inflation rate is 3.24%. how much buying power in dollars will you lose in one year because of inflation?
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A tortilla maker produces 100 tortillas in half an hour. if he works from 9 am to 5 pm with a one hour lunch and two 15-minute breaks, how many tortillas will he have made?
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Please help!! A ball is thrown straight up from a height of 3 ft with a speed of 32 ft/s. Its height above the ground after x seconds is given by the quadratic function y = -16x^2 + 32x + 3. Explain the steps you would use to determine the path of the ball in terms of a transformation of the graph of y = x^2.
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Find a nonzero function such that f′(x)=4f(x)
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Which answer best describes the complex zeros of the polynomial function? f(x)=x3−x2+6x−6?
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