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Benson has a bankruptcy on his credit report, so he pays higher interest rates on his current loans. He calculates that the extra money he pays in additional interest each year, if invested at the rate of 2% for one year, could earn him simple interest totaling $180. How much does Benson pay in additional interest each month? a. $360 b. $750 c. $900 d. $1,000
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7 months ago
It’s late work and I’ve forgotten how to do it
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7 months ago
You are traveling to Chicago for a job interview. You leave Toledo, Ohio, at 5:45 A.M. and arrive in Elkhart, Indiana, at 8:15 A.M.. The distance from Toledo to Elkhart is 136 miles; the distance from Toledo to Chicago is 244 miles. The speed limit is 65 mph. What is the minimum speed you must maintain in order to arrive in Chicago before 10:30 A.M.
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7 months ago
if Andy's home is worth 260,000, what is his coverage for personal property if insurance covers 50 percent?
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7 months ago
Taylor surveys students in one grade level who own at least one pet. She finds that 50% of the students surveyed own 2 pets, 3 students own 3 pets each, and 2 students own 4 pets each. Eight of the students in the grade own 1 pet. Considering the number of pets as the random variable, X, which of the following is the probability distribution, PX(x)?
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7 months ago
Please solve both and tell me how!
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7 months ago
please helpi got one of them right
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7 months ago
10 POINTS. I WILL MARK BRAINLIEST 1.Two ropes, AD, and BD are tied to a peg on the ground at point D. The other ends of the ropes are tied to points A and B on a flagpole, as shown below: Two ropes, AD, and BD are tied to a peg on the ground at point D. The other ends of the ropes are tied to points A and B on a flagpole. Angle ADC measures 60° and angle BDC measures 45°. What is the distance between the points A and B on the flagpole? (1 point) 6.59 feet 1.73 feet 4.32 feet 2.56 feet2. Max observes the zoo and the library from a helicopter flying at a height of 200 times square root of 3 feet above the ground, as shown below:A helicopter is flying at a height of 200 multiplied by square root of 3 feet above the ground. A zoo and a library are on the What is the distance between the zoo and the library? (1 point)400 feet200 feet600 feet800 feet
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7 months ago
Mrs. rifkin had 84 oranges. 24 of her oranges were rotten; the rest were either ripe or unripe. there were 18 more ripe oranges than unripe oranges. find the ratio of the number of ripe oranges to the number of rotten oranges to the number of unripe oranges.
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7 months ago
A car is traveling at a speed of 50 miles per hour. Each wheel of the car makes 770 revolutions per minute. To the nearest tenth of an inch, what is the diameter of each car wheel? (Note: 1 mile = 5,280 feet)
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7 months ago
Manuel bought a balloon (that is a perfect sphere) with a radius of 2 \text{ cm}2 cm2, space, c, m. He wanted his balloon to be bigger, so he blew 222 big breaths of air into the balloon. Each big breath increased the balloon's radius by 1 \text{ cm}1 cm1, space, c, m. What is the ratio of the current volume of the balloon to the original volume of the balloon?
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7 months ago
Which of the following are solutions to the equation below? Check all that apply.3x^2 + 27x + 60 = 0 A. 4 B. –4 C. –5 D. 5 E. –27
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7 months ago
The expression 100 + 20m gives the volume of water in Eduardo’s pool (in liters) after Eduardo spends mmm minutes filling his pool. What is the volume of water in Eduardo’s pool after he fills it for 5.25 minutes?
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7 months ago
Can someone please answer all these please?a) When Lucia buys olives at the deli, the scale shows 0.325 kg at $18.88 per kg. How much should she pay? b) John’s weekly wage is $1510.99 and he pays 2/3 of his weekly income in rent. How much rent does he pay each week?c) A farmer owns 780 hectares of land. During a bushfire, 195 hectares are burnt. What percentage of his land was burnt? d) Candles are $14.95 each. Estimate how much I need if I want to buy 17 of them. Show your working.e) Decrease 5000 by 13 %.f) Ray bought a computer for $1600 and then a year later sold it for $1200. Calculate his loss = Calculate his loss as a percentage of the original price of the computer = g) John spent $80 on dinner last Friday night. If this $80 is equal to 40% of his weekly income, calculate his weekly income.h) Mr Jenkins invested $7500 at his local bank at 6.5% Simple Interest per annum.What was his investment worth at the end of the first year?Question 5 a) Express this ratio in lowest terms: 50 minutes : 2 ½ hoursb) Divide $120 in the ratio 5:7c) Jane and Ben share in their lottery win in the ratio of 7: 3.If Jane’s share of the money is $5600, how much does Ben receive?
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7 months ago
Which additional information is needed to solve this problem? John wants to buy a new game for his computer. He can save $12 a week if he mows his neighbor's lawn and $10 a week if he babysits his nephew. How many weeks will it take John to save enough money to buy the computer game? A.total amount John can save in 1 week B.the cost of the game C.amount John earns per hour babysitting
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7 months ago
An automobile manufacturer sold 30,000 new cars, one to each of 30,000 customers, in a certain year. The manufacturer was interested in investigating the proportion of the new cars that experienced a mechanical problem within the first 5,000 miles driven. (a)A list of the names and addresses of all customers who bought the new cars is available. Describe a sampling plan that could be used to obtain a simple random sample of 1,000 customers from the list.Each customer from a simple random sample of 1,000 customers who bought one of the new cars was asked whether they experienced any mechanical problems within the first 5,000 miles driven. Forty customers from the sample reported a problem. Of the 40 customers who reported a problem, 13 customers, or 32.5%, reported a problem specifically with the power door locks. (b)Explain why 0.325 should not be used to estimate the population proportion of the 30,000 new cars sold that experienced a problem with the power door locks within the first 5,000 miles driven. (c)Based on the results of the sample, give a point estimate of the number of new cars sold that experienced a problem with the power door locks within the first 5,000 miles driven.
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7 months ago
Maya is trying to break or tie the league record for home runs in her softball league. She solved the inequality mc019-1.jpg to find the minimum number of home runs she must average per week over the five remaining weeks of the season to break or tie the record. What error did Maya make when she chose this inequality to model the situation?She chose the incorrect relation and should have solved 5x<30She modeled “average” incorrectly and should have solved x/5<_30She chose the incorrect relation and should have solved 5x_>30She modeled “average” incorrectly and should have solved x+5<_30
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7 months ago
Charles is reading about computers. He learns that a computer processor can perform one command in approximately 0.000000016 nanoseconds. What is this number expressed in scientific notation? there are multiple answers on this problem.1.6E-81.6 × 10-71.6 × 10-81.6E-71.6 × 1081.6E81.6 × 1071.6E7
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7 months ago
Traverion wants to find the answer to the question “how much money does the average college professor make?” He surveys 50 professors from the university in his hometown. Which best describes whether or not the results of his survey would represent the responses from the entire propulatiob of college professors?
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7 months ago
Huixian needs to pack 171 pens 63 pencils and 27 erasers into identical gift bags so that each item is equally distributed among gift bags.find the largest number of gift bags can be packed
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7 months ago
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