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A rectangle has a length of 12 millimeters and a width of 17 millimeters.What is the effect on the perimeter when the dimensions are multiplied by 12? a. The perimeter is increased by a factor of 12.b. The perimeter is increased by a factor of 48.c. The perimeter is increased by a factor of 144.d. The perimeter is increased by a factor of 576.
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What is the solution of 3+ (x-2)/(x-3) <=4X<3X<=3X>3X>=3
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Catherine finds that in a randomly selected sample of 500 families in her home town, 45% own at least one computer. Her research shows that there are a total of 35,000 families in her town. Which statements are true? Select EACH correct answer. A If she collected data for a random sample of 1000 families in her home town, then that percentage would be a better estimate for the percentage of all 35,000 families that own a computer. B Since her sample was randomly selected, she can reasonably infer that about 45% of the 35,000 families in her town own at least one computer. C To estimate the percentage well, she would need to collect data for all 35,000 families. D Since her sample was only 500 families, it is not possible that the percentage is a good estimate for the percentage of all 35,000 families that own a computer.
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what is the domain of the function y=3sqrt(x)
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These data show the ring size for a sample of 8 men 12 10 11.5,11.5, 12, 9, 9 , 11 what is the best approximation of the standard deviation of the ring size data
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Find the missing value to the nearest hundredth cos___= 7/18
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someone please help me with this!!!!!
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2. PB and J Array Ken has made a selection of square jam sandwiches for party, which he arranges in a single layer on the table in perfect rectangle. Sarah has brought along the same number of square peanut butter sandwiches, which she puts out, also as a single layer, to form a border vA (one sandwich wide) around Ken's Given that all of the sandwiches are the same size and they are all used, how many sandwiches could each person possibly have made?
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Need quick help please?! Using the Angle Bisector Theorem solve for x.Show all work.
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Graph the solution for the following system of inequalities. Click on the graph until the correct solution is displayed. 2x + y < 0 y ≥ -4 - 2x
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Which pair shows equivalent expressions?A.2(2/5x + 2)=2 2/5x + 1B.2(2/5x + 2)=4/5x + 4C.2(2/5x + 4)=4/5x + 2D.2(2/5x + 4)=2 2/5x + 8
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what is the rate of decay, as a percent, for the following function n(x)=7(0.067)^x
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The graph shows the number of copies a copier can make. What is the unit rate? A) 1 25 B) 5 C) 15 D) 25
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Cheryl paid 37.20 for 12 gallons of ice cream for a school picnic. How much would 1 quart of ice cream cost?
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A catering company’s recipe for salad uses a ratio of 2 cups of dressing to 12 cups of vegetables. (a) Mrs. Roberts simplified this ratio to 2:6. Explain/show how you know she is incorrect. Can you tell where she might have made a mistake while simplifying?
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Which graph shows the new position of the rectangle after a translation? Rectangle with coordinates: (0, negative 1), (0, negative 6), (2, negative 1), and (2, negative 6). Rectangle with coordinates: (0, 1), (0, 6), (2, 1), and (2, 6). Rectangle with coordinates: (3, 2), (3, 4), (8, 2), and (8, 4). Rectangle with coordinates: (1, 0), (1, 2), (6, 0), and (6, 2). Rectangle with coordinates: (0, negative 0.5), (1, negative 0.5), (0, negative 3), and (1, negative 3).
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If y varies directly as x, and y is 18 when x is 5, which expression can be used to find the value of y when x is 11? mc018-1.jpg mc018-2.jpg mc018-3.jpg mc018-4.jpg
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PLEASE HELP7.05a1. Find the first six terms of the sequence.a1 = -6, an = 4 • an-1 A) 0, 4, -24, -20, -16, -12 B) -24, -96, -384, -1536, -6144, -24,576 C) -6, -24, -20, -16, -12, -8 D) -6, -24, -96, -384, -1536, -61442. Find an equation for the nth term of the arithmetic sequence.-15, -6, 3, 12, ... A) an = -15 + 9(n + 1) B) an = -15 x 9(n - 1) C) an = -15 + 9(n + 2) D) an = -15 + 9(n - 1)3. Find an equation for the nth term of the arithmetic sequence.a14 = -33, a15 = 9 A) an = -579 + 42(n + 1) B) an = -579 + 42(n - 1) C) an = -579 - 42(n + 1) D) an = -579 - 42(n - 1)4. Determine whether the sequence converges or diverges. If it converges, give the limit. 48, 8, four divided by three , two divided by nine , ... A) Converges; two hundred and eighty eight divided by five B) Converges; 0 C) Diverges D) Converges; -124325. Find an equation for the nth term of the sequence.-3, -12, -48, -192, ... A) an = 4 • -3n + 1 B) an = -3 • 4n - 1 C) an = -3 • 4n D) an = 4 • -3n6. Find an equation for the nth term of a geometric sequence where the second and fifth terms are -21 and 567, respectively. A) an = 7 • (-3)n + 1 B) an = 7 • 3n - 1 C) an = 7 • (-3)n - 1 D) an = 7 • 3n7. Write the sum using summation notation, assuming the suggested pattern continues.5 - 15 + 45 - 135 + ... A) summation of five times three to the power of the quantity n plus one from n equals zero to infinity B) summation of five times negative three to the power of n from n equals zero to infinity C) summation of five times three to the power of n from n equals zero to infinity D) summation of five times negative three to the power of the quantity n plus one from n equals zero to infinity8. Write the sum using summation notation, assuming the suggested pattern continues.-9 - 3 + 3 + 9 + ... + 81 A) summation of the quantity negative nine plus six n from n equals zero to fifteen B) summation of negative fifty four times n from n equals zero to fifteen C) summation of negative fifty four times n from n equals zero to infinity D) summation of the quantity negative nine plus six n from n equals zero to infinity9. Write the sum using summation notation, assuming the suggested pattern continues.64 + 81 + 100 + 121 + ... + n2 + ... A) summation of n squared from n equals eight to infinity B) summation of n minus one squared from n equals eight to infinity C) summation of n squared from n equals nine to infinity D) summation of n plus one squared from n equals eight to infinity10. Find the sum of the arithmetic sequence.17, 19, 21, 23, ..., 35 A) 260 B) 179 C) 37 D) 16011. Find the sum of the geometric sequence. 1, one divided by two, one divided by four, one divided by eight, one divided by sixteen A) one divided by twelve B) 93 C) negative one divided by forty eight D) thirty one divided by sixteen12. An auditorium has 30 rows with 10 seats in the first row, 12 in the second row, 14 in the third row, and so forth. How many seats are in the auditorium? A) 1170 B) 735 C) 1230 D) 60013. Use mathematical induction to prove the statement is true for all positive integers n.The integer n3 + 2n is divisible by 3 for every positive integer n.14. A certain species of tree grows an average of 3.8 cm per week. Write an equation for the sequence that represents the weekly height of this tree in centimeters if the measurements begin when the tree is 5 meters tall.
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How does a reflection affect the properties of a two-dimensional figure ?
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Solve the equation by completing the square. Round to the nearest hundredth if necessary. x2 – 4x = 5
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