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Compare and contrast the following piecewise defined functions.
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Solve 2x2 − 12x + 20 = 0. (5 points) 3 ± i 3 ± 2i 1 ± 2i 2 ± 3i
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An arithmetic sequence has a first term of 10 and a sixth term of 40. What is the 20th term of this sequence?
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Shironda rolls a number cube(six sides) and chooses a card from a standard deck of cards(52 cards). What is the probability that Shironda rolls a 5 on the number cube and then chooses a 5 from the deck?1/781/245/7810/39
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Choose the statement below which correctly compares the numbers 36,899 and 34,901. A.36,899 > 34,901 B.36,899 < 34,901 C. 36,899 = 34,901
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Will Mark Brainliest!!!!!!A veterinarian is using a new vaccine for cats. The vaccine has a 10% probability of causing side effects.In which distributions does the variable X have a binomial distribution?Select each correct answer.When the vaccine is given to three cats, X is the number of cats that have side effects.When the vaccine is given to multiple cats, X is the total number of cats that receive the vaccine.When the vaccine is given to multiple cats, X is the number of cats that receive the vaccine until one of them has side effects.When the vaccine is given to six cats, X is the number of cats that do not have any side effects.
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A trash can manufacturing company makes trash cans with the dimensions shown. They also make larger cans in which the radius and the height are doubled. Which statement best describes the relationship between the volumes of the trash cans?A)The volume of the large trash can is twice the volume of the small trash can.B)The volume of the large trash can is four times the volume of the small trash can.C)The volume of the large trash can is six times the volume of the small trash can.D)The volume of the large trash can is eight times the volume of the small trash can.
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Will Mark Brainliest!!!!!!Use the probability distribution table to answer the question.What is P(X≥2)?Enter your answer, as a decimal,
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The average annual salary of the employees of a company in the Year 2005 was $70,000. It increased by the same factor each year and in 2006 the average annual salary was $82,000. Let f(x) represent the average annual salary in thousand dollars after x years since the 2005. Which of the following best represents the relationship between x and f(x)?f(x)=70(1.17)^xf(x)=82(1.17)^xf(x)=70(2.2)^xf(x)=82(2.2)^x
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Choose the best graph to match the given expression. F(x) = 2[x]
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8. Which box-and-whisker plot shows the high temperatures in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during the first two weeks of March: 39, 41, 33, 57, 34, 30, 47, 33, 49, 52, 32, 53, 37, 43 (1 point) A.A box-and-whisker plot is shown above a number line that extends from 30 to 58 with 1 unit markings. The box extends from 33 to 49 with a division at 39. There is also a point marked at 39. The whisker on the left extends from 30 to 33. The whisker on the right extends from 49 to 57. B.A box-and-whisker plot is shown above a number line that extends from 30 to 58 with 1 unit markings. The box extends from 33 to between 50 and 51 with a division at 41. There is also a point marked at 41. The whisker on the left extends from 30 to 33. The whisker on the right extends from between 50 and 51 to 57. C.A box-and-whisker plot is shown above a number line that extends from 30 to 58 with 1 unit markings. The box extends from 33 to 49 with a division at 40. There is also a point marked at 40. The whisker on the left extends from 30 to 33. The whisker on the right extends from 49 to 57. D.A box-and-whisker plot is shown above a number line that extends from 30 to 58 with 1 unit markings. The box extends from 33 to between 50 and 51 with a division at 40. There is also a point marked at 40. The whisker on the left extends from 30 to 33. The whisker on the right extends from between 50 and 51 to 57.I am saying this is D.
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A pet store has a total of 60 dogs and cats. There are 10 fewer cats than dogs. Let c represent the number of cats and d represent the number of dogs. The following system of equations represents the situation: d−10=c d+c=60 How many cats and dogs are in the pet store?
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ABGF is a square with half the perimeter of square ACDE. GD = 4 in. Find the area of the shaded region.
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1. You have a solid cube of dough. Consider the cross sections that are formed when you slice into the cube as described. Draw each slice and describe the resulting cross section. (a) A slice through the center, parallel to a side. (b) A slice that cuts through the left top edge and the right bottom edge. (c) A slice that cuts across a corner through three sides of the cube. Answer:
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WILL MARK BRANLIESTThe probability distribution shows the probability owning multiple vehicles among 100 families polled.What is the probability that a family has more than 3 cars among the 100 families polled?Enter your answer, as a decimal
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Determine the midpoint of the segment with endpoints (-10,-11) and (8,-17)
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Casey finds that when asked for their email address, 15 of her customers will share their address with her. To simulate the behavior of the next 4 customers, she writes the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 on cards and mixes them up.She then picks 4 cards, records the results, and puts the cards back.. She repeats this experiment for a total of 20 trials. The results are shown in the table. Here, she let 1 represent someone sharing an email address and 2, 3, 4, and 5 represent someone not sharing an email address. 4121 1223 4233 3344 2434 4241 5415 3421 5214 2234 4211 1432 5532 4114 4325 4454 4523 4432 3423 1352 Using this simulation, what is the probability that, out of the next 4 customers, fewer than 2 will share their email address? Enter your answer, as a fraction in simplified form, in the box.
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A wheel has a radius of 10 cm. Approximately how far does it travel in 3 revolutions?A) 47.1 cm B) 94.2 cm C) 188.4 cm D) 376.8 cm
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7. Which box-and-whisker plot shows the scores of ten students on a mathematics exam? 92, 76, 83, 97, 74, 81, 92, 91, 96, 87 (1 point) A box-and-whisker plot is shown above a number line that extends from 70 to 100 with 1 unit markings. The box extends from 81 to 92 with a division at 89. There is also a point marked at 89. The whisker on the left extends from 74 to 81. The whisker on the right extends from 92 to 97. A box-and-whisker plot is shown above a number line that extends from 70 to 100 with 1 unit markings. The box extends from between 78 and 79 to 92 with a division at 87. There is also a point marked at 87. The whisker on the left extends from 74 to between 78 and 79. The whisker on the right extends from 92 to 97. A box-and-whisker plot is shown above a number line that extends from 70 to 100 with 1 unit markings. The box extends from 81 to 94 with a division at 91. There is also a point marked at 91. The whisker on the left extends from 74 to 81. The whisker on the right extends from 94 to 97. ********* A box-and-whisker plot is shown above a number line that extends from 70 to 100 with 1 unit markings. The box extends from between 78 and 79 to 94 with a division at 89. There is also a point marked at 89. The whisker on the left extends from 74 to between 78 and 79. The whisker on the right extends from 94 to 97.I think the answer is C.
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Quadrilateral ABCD is inscribed in a circle such that m∠A=(x2+50)∘ and m∠C=(12x+45)∘ .What is m∠C ?Enter your answer in the box.plz explain what was done to get the answer
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