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A line contains the points (-12, -60) and (60, -42).What is the slope of the line in simplified form?
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10 months ago
Write the equation of the function whose graph is shown.
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10 months ago
Trevor is holding 5 red balloons and 4 blue balloons. He randomly selects a balloon to give his sister, and then he randomly selects a balloon to give his brother. Are two events dependent or independent? Explain.A) Dependent. The two siblings will want the same color balloon. B) Independent. Girls always want red and boys always want blue. C) Independent. There are a set number of red balloons and blue balloons. D) Dependent. When the first balloon is taken, it affects the ratio of red to blue balloons.
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10 months ago
A flower vase has 5 white lilies, 4 pink roses, and 6 yellow carnations. One flower is chosen at random and given to a woman for her to keep. Another flower is then chosen at random and given to a different woman for her to keep. Both women received a pink rose. Are these events independent or dependent?A) Dependent because the women both received a pink rose. B) Independent because the women both received a pink rose. C) Dependent because when the first flower is taken, it affects the ratio of the types of flowers in the vase. D) Independent because when the first flower is taken, it does not change the ratio of the types of flowers in the vase.
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10 months ago
Two worded maths questions. Even if you know one answer it would help! Please also give working out if possible.
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10 months ago
Hurry When solving a system of equations, Jared found y = x 10 for one equation and substituted x 10 for y in the other equation. Nicole found x = y – 10 for the same equation and substituted y – 10 for x in the other equation. Who is correct? Explain.
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10 months ago
Evaluate the integral of the quotient of the sine of x and the square root of the quantity 1 plus cosine x, dx.
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Evaluate exactly the value of the integral from negative 1 to 0 of the product of the cube of the quantity 2 times x to the 4th power plus 8 times x and 4 times x to the 3rd power plus 4, dx. Your work must include the use of substitution and the antiderivative.
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10 months ago
Find m <ABC (7x-1) (3x-9
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Select "Growth" or "Decay" to classify each function.Function Growth Decayy=200(0.5)^2t y=1/2(2.5)^t/6 y=(0.65)^t/4 Which equation can be used to find the solution of (1/3)^d−5 = 81 ?A. −d−5=4B. d + 5 = 4C. d−5=4D. −d+5=4
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10 months ago
A line has slope 2/3 and y–intercept −2.Which answer is the equation of the line?(picture is my choices)
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10 months ago
Which is the MOST reasonable estimate of the y-intercept for this linear graph?A) -1.7 B) -0.6 C) 0.6 D) 1.7
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Which problem can be solved using this inequality?x + 5 ≤ 20 A) Beth is purchasing school supplies. She knows that the price for her pencil case is $5. She only has $20 to spend. How much money will she have left after buying the pencil case? B) Beth is purchasing school supplies. She knows that the price for her pencil case is $5. She only has $20 to spend. What is the most amount of money she can spend on the remaining supplies? C) Beth is purchasing school supplies. She knows that the price for her pencil case is less than $5. She only has $20 to spend. How much money will she have left to spend after buying the pencil case? D) Beth is purchasing school supplies. She knows that the price for her pencil case is $5 more than the cost of a book bag. She only has $20 to spend. Does Beth have enough money to buy the pencil case and book bag?
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10 months ago
Which table shows the same rate of change of y with respect to x as y =4-5/8x? How would I even figure this out?Table ATable BTable C Table D
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10 months ago
Does each function describe exponential growth or decay?Drag and drop the equations into the boxes to correctly complete the table.Growth Decayy=100(1−12)^ty=0.1(1.25)^ty=((1−0.03)12)^2ty=426(0.98)^ty=2050(12)^t
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10 months ago
Justin is married with one child. He works 40 hours each week at a rate of $16 per hour. His wife began working part time after their daughter was born, but still contributes about $350 to the cash inflow each month. Their monthly cash outflow is generally about $3,000. They have a balance of $2,000 in their savings account. Justin has retirement contributions taken out of his paycheck at work. They have renter’s, car and life insurance coverage. Based on this information, what part of their financial plan should Justin and his wife work on? a. managing income b. managing liquidity c. protecting assets d. retirement
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10 months ago
What is 89-99•99-102
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10 months ago
Graph the system of inequalities presented here on your own paper, then use your graph to answer the following questions:y > −4x − 1y is less than 3 over 2 times x minus 1Part A: Describe the graph of the system, including shading and the types of lines graphed. Provide a description of the solution area. (6 points)Part B: Is the point (−1, −1) included in the solution area for the system? Justify your answer mathematically. (4 points)
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10 months ago
What is the equation of the line that is parallel to the given line and passes through the point (–2, 2)?y = x + 4y = x + y = –5x + 4y = –5x +
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Alex and Freddy collect stamps. The number of stamps in Alex’s collection is in ratio 3:5 to the number of stamps in Freddy’s collection. If Freddy gives Alex 10 stamps, the ratio will change to 7:9. How many stamps are in both collections together?
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