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Trent is fishing from a pier.The tip of his fishing rod is 53 3/4 feet above the surface of the water.The hook on the end of the fishing line is directly below the tip of the fishing rod 12 2/3 feet below the surface of the water. Trent estimates that the distance between the tip of his fishing rod and the hook is less than 65 feet. Is Trent's estimate reasonable? Explain your answer.
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Find the inverse of the function, and then determine whether the inverse is a function. 1.) y = 3 sqrt x-5 2.) y = x squared + 4
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Solve the equation by completing the square. Round to the nearest hundredth if necessary. x2 + 2x = 17
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Nuno set up a series of dominoes. he starts by knocking over 10 dominoes. every second after that, the number of dominoes that are knocked over doubles. there are 2,560 dominoes in the chain. if the dominoes continue to fall at this rate, how long will it take until all of the dominoes fall over? choose the equation for the number of dominoes that fall over, d, in terms of the number of seconds since the chain reaction started, s, and the correct solution.
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The assembly time for a product is uniformly distributed between 6 to 10 minutes. the probability of assembling the product in 7 minutes or more is:
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Jess will plant up to 27 acres on her farm with wheat and corn. More than 5 acres will be planted with wheat.Let w represent the number of acres of wheat and c represent the number of acres of corn. Identify two inequalities that represent this situation. A. w > 5 B. w + c â‰¤ 27 C. w â€“ c â‰¤ 27 D. c < 5
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To solve a system of inequalities, you just need to graph each inequality and see which points are in the overlap of the graphs. A. True B. False
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What is the slope of the line that passes through the pair of points? (-5.5, 6.1), (-2.5, 3.1) A. -1B. 0C. 1D. Undefined
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Colleen Ellis bank granted her a single-payment loan of 5000 for 90 days at 9 percent ordinary interest. What is the maturity value of the loan
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find the value of N, P and M
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A university administrator expects that 25% of students in a core course will receive ana. he looks at the grades assigned to 60 students. the probability that the proportion of students that receive an a is 0.20 or less is ________.
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The line plot shows the number of hours students studied for a final exam. A number line with one x above .5, one x above 1.5, one x above 2, one x above 3, two xs above 3.5, two xs above 4, one x above 4.5, and one x above 8.5. How many students studied at least four hours for the final exam?
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If Jim Roller can paint a room in 3 hours while John Brush would take 5 hours, how long will they take if they work together? 1/8 hour
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PLEASE HURRY!!What is the length of the midsegment of this trapezoid? Enter your answer in the box. __________ units Trapezoid A B C D on the coordinate plane. The vertices of the trapezoid are A begin ordered pair negative (11,3), B begin ordered pair (0,3), C begin ordered pair (-1,-2), and D begin ordered pair (-8,-2).
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Module 03: Project Option 1 Instructions Here are the low temperatures (in degrees Fahrenheit) for one week in Montreal, Canada: -3.5 ℉ 5 ℉ 1.5 ℉ -0.5 ℉ -2℉, 2.5℉ -4 ℉ Part 1: Weather Analysis 1. Plot and label the temperatures on a number line. You can create it by using a drawing program, by drawing it by hand and sending in a picture, or by describing in detail how the completed number line should look. 2. Compare the weather on two different days using an inequality. Then see if their comparisons change by finding the absolute value of each. Day 1: Day 2: Comparison of Day 1 and Day 2: ____ < _____ or _____ > _______ Comparison of days with absolute value: ____ < _____ or _____ > _______ 3. Which temperature during the week is the closest to 0? Explain how you decided this using absolute value. 4. Which temperature during th
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Find the AREA of this triangle
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Joseph has obtained a $169,000, 5/1 30-year ARM at 5%. During the first 3 years, he has an option of paying interest only. If he accepts this offer, what would be his initial payment? A. $756.92 B. $746.18 C. $579.17 D. $704.17
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The McConnell family is in the process of creating a budget and need to calculate their household income. Mrs. McConnell is a math instructor at the local community college. She works full-time and is paid twice per month. After taxes and other deductions, she earns $1,560 each pay period. Mr. McConnell is an electrical engineering technician for the local power company. He works 40 hours each week, earns $25.07 per hour and is paid every other week. His taxes and deductions total $561.56 each pay period.What is the McConnell's net monthly income?
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Randy can afford a $1200 monthly mortgage payment. If the current mortgage rates are 5% and he wishes to have a 30-year mortgage, what is the maximum amount he can afford to borrow?Show your work.
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What is the equivalent fraction?1)Drag the answer into the box to match the decimal. 0.7¯ 7/99 7/9 70/100 7/112)The volume of a cube can be found using the equation V = s³, where V is the volume and s is the measure of one side of the cube. Match the equation for how to solve for the side length of a cube to its description.Drag the equation into the box to match the description. A cube has a volume of 1433 in³ s=1433−−−−√2 in.s = 1433³ in.s=1433−−−−√3 in.s = 1433 in. What is the equivalent decimal? Drag the answer into the box to match the fraction. 611 0.54¯¯¯¯ 0.27¯¯¯¯0.12¯¯¯¯0.54
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