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John wants to measure the width of a stream using the methods he has learned in geometry. He puts a stake in the ground opposite a big tree. The steps John would use to find the measure he wants are given below in random order. Put the number next to the following statements to indicate the proper sequence John would use to find the measure he wants.The steps John would use to measure the width of the stream are given below in random order. Put the number next to the following statements to indicate the proper sequence John would use to find the measure he wants.1. Step 1 5John measures the distance between the two stakes. 2. Step 2 2John uses a compass to walk away from the stake at a right angle. 3. Step 3 4John multiplies the distance between the two stakes by 1.7 to find the distance. 4. Step 4 3John drives a second stake in the ground. 5. Step 5 1On the path John walks until he finds a line of sight to the tree that equals 60 degrees. 6. Step 6 6John drives a stake opposite the tree to establish a line between two points.
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25 POINTSA piecewise function f(x) is defined as shown.f(x) = -5/4x = 90Which table could be used to graph a piece of the function?
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By drying tea leaves you can get 4.2% of its weight as tea. What weight of fresh tea leaves do you need to get 46.2 lb of tea?
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Which equation represents the function graphed on the coordinate plane?g(x) = |x + 1| + 3g(x) = |x + 3| – 1g(x) = |x – 1| + 3g(x) = |x + 3| + 1
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Triangle ABC has vertices at A(−3, 4), B(4, −2), C(8, 3). The triangle translates 4 units right and 3 units down. Which rule represents the translation? After the translation, what are the coordinates of vertex A?A) (x, y) → ( x + 4, y + 3); (1, 7) B) (x, y) → (x + 4, y − 3); A(1, 1) C) (x, y) → (x − 4, y + 3); (−7, 1) D) (x, y) → (x − 4, y − 3); A(1, −1)
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April and Alex are saving money to buy new phones. Each friend starts with some money and saves a specific amount each week.Alex wrote an equation to show the total, y, she has saved at the end of each week, x. y = 20x + 125April made a graph to show the total he has saved at the end of each week. (graph as shown)compare the amount that each friend has when both friends start saving.select the correct answer from the answers below to complete the statement.Alex starts with...A. 1B. 20C. 25D. 100E. 125...and April starts with....F. 1G. 20H. 25I. 100J. 125please answer asap
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Which is the best but?$12.60 for 7 bottles of juice.$10.98 for 6 bottles of juice.$18.10 for 10 bottles of juice.$16.38 for 9 bottles of juice.
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Mark estimates that the distance from his house to his school is 15.5 mi. The actual distance is 14.5 mi. To the nearest tenth of a percent, what is the percent error in Mark's estimate?
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Which of the following illustrates the truth value of the given statements? P: 3 is an odd number, and Q: 9 is an odd number (P ∧ Q) T F → F T T → T F T → F F F → F
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Which shows the graph of the solution set of y < 1/3 x – 2?
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Point A is located at negative 4 over 6 and point B is located at negative 1 over 6. What is the distance between points A and B?
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Which of the following illustrates the truth value of the following statements P: 3 is an even number, and Q: 9 is an even number (P ∧ Q) T F → F F T → F T T → T F F → F
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A cone-shaped paper cup can hold 35 cubic inches of food. If the radius of the cone is 2.4 inches, what is the height of the cone? Use 3.14 for pi. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth. 5.81 inches 6.57 inches 7.89 inches 8.89 inches
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Karissa determines the area of her desk by multiplying 45.72 centimeters and 60.95 centimeters. She states that the area is 2786.634 square centimeters. Which best describes the reasonableness of Karissa’s solution?a.The solution is unreasonable because 50 times 60 is 3,000, not 2,786.b.The solution is reasonable because is 50 times 60 3,000, which is close to the computed area.c.The solution is unreasonable because there are four decimal places in the factors and only three decimal places in the product. d.The solution is reasonable because there are four numbers to the left of the decimal in the factors and four numbers to the left of the decimal in the product.
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For the following system, if you isolated x in the second equation to use the Substitution Method, what expression would you substitute into the first equation? (5 points) 3x + y = 8 −x − 2y = −10
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Apollo 8 orbited the moon in a circular orbit. Its average altitude was 185 km above the moon's surface. Create an equation to model the path of Apollo 8 using the center of the moon as the origin. Note that the radius of the moon is 1,737 km.a. x^2+y^2=34,225b. x^2+y^2=2,408,704c. x^2+y^2=3,017,169d. x^2+y^2=3,694,084
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PLS HELP!!!Arlene is showing her work in simplifying −7.9 + 8.2 − 3.4 + 2.1. Identify any errors in her work or in her reasoning. Write feedback to Arlene explaining the mistake she made and how to correct her work.the way she did it wasStep Work Reasoning−7.9 + 8.2 − 3.4 + 2.1 Original problem1 −7.9 + 8.2 + (−3.4) + 2.1 Additive inverse2 −7.9 + (−3.4) + 8.2 + 2.1 Associative property3 (−7.9 + (−3.4)) + (8.2 + 2.1) Commutative property4 −11.3 + 10.3 Simplify5 −1 Simplify
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Which equation is a point-slope form of the equation of this line?
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Which situation is modeled by the graph?A.) the height of a jump rope being used over timeB.) the height of an elevator over timeC.) the height of a commuter airplane over timeD.) the height of a hummingbird at a feeder
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What other information do you need to prove the triangles congruent using SAS
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