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Think about the temperature outside today. Did you think of the temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit? What is the temperature converted?
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10 months ago
Connor borrows $8,000 at a rate of 19% interest per year. What is the amount due at the end of 7 years if the interest is compounded continuously?$14,576.95$29,215.37$30,248.35$43,791.58
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10 months ago
Solve the following system of equations: (1 point)−2x + y = 1 −4x + y = −1(3, 1)(−1, 3)(−1, −3)(1, 3)
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1. A website sells sweaters. The amount of sales p(c) varies directly with the number of customers c. Ten customers bought a total of $455 worth of sweaters.Which equation can be used to find the sales for c customers?A. P(c) = 45.5cB. P(c) = 455cC. P(c) = 4550/cD. P(c) = 455/c2. The time it takes to wash all the windows on a large building W(x) varies inversely with the number of workers assigned to the job x. It takes 6 hours to complete the job when 4 workers are assigned to it.Which equation can be used to find the time to complete the job when x workers are assigned to it?A. W(x) = 1.5xB. W(x) = 24xC. W(x) = 10/xD. W(x) = 24/x
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10 months ago
Please Help!!The function f(x) = 5(1/5)^x is reflected over the y-axis. Which equations represent the reflected function? Check all that apply.f(x) =1/5 (5)xf(x) =1/5 (5)^–xf(x) =1//5 (1/5)^xf(x) = 5(1/5)^–xf(x) = 5(5)^xf(x) = 5(5)^–x
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10 months ago
Sam Seller offers credit at 19% interest per year.To the nearest tenth, APR = %.A:20.7B:21.5C:22.2
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10 months ago
HURRY!!! PLEASE HELP WITH QUESTIONS!!!! WILL MAKE BRAINIEST ANSWER!!!!Consider the two graphs below.Which statement best describes the graphs?A.Graph 1 represents a proportional relationship, but graph 2 does not.B.Graph 2 represents a proportional relationship, but graph 1 does not.C.Both graph 1 and graph 2 represent proportional relationships.D.Neither graph 1 nor graph 2 represents a proportional relationship.
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10 months ago
You collected the following data about the colors of dresses at the prom:RedBlackBlueWhiteOther1437225633When making a pie chart for this data, what percentage of the dresses would the sector labeled "Red" include? (round to the nearest percent) A. 9% B. 14% C. 23% D. 25%
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10 months ago
Choose the abbreviation of the postulate or theorem that supports the conclusion that the triangles are congruent.Given:∠C, ∠F are rt. ∠'s; ∠B = ∠E; BC = EFHLLLHALAPlease hurry and answers 30 pts
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10 months ago
Which problem can be solved by division of decimals?Danette needs 8 dozen eggs for her restaurant. How many eggs should she buy? How much money does Dawna need to fill her 11.5 gallon gas tank if the price of gas is $3.59 a gallon? How many more miles does Judy’s family have to drive to reach their destination if they have driven 45.4 miles of a 123.8 mile trip?What is Jeremy’s average if he received a total of 323.7 points on 7 tests?
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10 months ago
Which of the expressions below cannot be rewritten using the associative property? A. 12 * (17 * 1) B. 13 + 2 + 7 C. (15 + 4) + 10 D. (3 / 6) * 10
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10 months ago
Find the value of the following expression:(2^8 ⋅ 5^−5 ⋅ 19^0)^−2 ⋅ 5 to the power of negative 2 over 2 to the power of 3, whole to the power of 4 ⋅ 2^28 Write your answer in simplified form. Show all of your steps.
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10 months ago
Let w be the set of all vectors ⎡⎣⎢xyx+y⎤⎦⎥ with x and y real. find a basis of w⊥.
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10 months ago
A silo (base not included ) is to be constructed in the form of a cylinder surmounted by a hemisphere. The cost of construction per square unit of surface area is 5 times as great fit the hemisphere as it is for the cylindrical sidewall. Determine the dimensions to be used if the volume is fixed at 8,000 cubic units and the cost of construction is to be kept at minimum. Neglect the thickness of the silo and waste in construction. I have the function of the cost as C=(16000/r) + (26pi r^2 /3) It is now asking for the interval of interest. ..in interval notation. I can see that it can't be zero so I have (0,__] , but I have no idea how to find end point on the interval of interest. Please please please help!
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10 months ago
sheila either walks to school or cycles, the probability that she walks it 0.65.If she walks, the probability that shell be iate is 0.4If she cycles the probability that shell be late is 0.1work out the probability that on any one day, sheila will not be late for school.
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10 months ago
Use cylindrical coordinates. evaluate x dv e , where e is enclosed by the planes z = 0 and z = x + y + 10 and by the cylinders x2 + y2 = 16 and x2 + y2 = 36.
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10 months ago
Use the properties of geometric series to find the sum of the series. for what values of the variable does the series converge to this sum? 5+(−10)z+20z2+(−40)z3+⋯
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10 months ago
Use lagrange multipliers to find three positive numbers whose sum is 120 and whose product is maximum. (enter your answers as a comma-separated list.) (40,40,40) incorrect: your answer is incorrect.
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10 months ago
Starting from the same place, Ryu walks due west and Samantha walks due east.On the number line, 0 represents their starting point, negative values represent the distance traveled west and positive values represent the distance traveled east. All values are given in feet.A number line with a point for Samantha at coordinate 40 and a point for Ryu at coordinate -160.How many feet apart are Ryu and Samantha on the number line?
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10 months ago
A debt of $450 is to be shared equally among the members of the Outing Club. When five of the members refuse to pay, the other members’ shares each go up by $3. How many members does the Outing Club have?
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10 months ago
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