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Please help!Prove that opposite sides of a parallelogram are congruent. Be sure to create and name the appropriate geometric figures.
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If parallelogram ABCD was reflected over the y-axis, reflected over the x-axis, and rotated 180°, where would point A' lie? [Hint: Place your coordinates in the blank with no parentheses and a space after the comma in the form: x, y]
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The function y = [x] is defined as follows: for any input x, the output is the smallest integer that is greater than or equal to x (“rounding up” any non-integer to the next integer).Draw the graph of y = [x] for -2 ≤ x ≤ 2. Upload a handwritten copy of your graph as your final answer.
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Kiki wants to rent a bounce house for her daughter's party. The cost, y, to rent a bounce house for a number of hours, x, is shown in the table. The initial set-up fee is included in the cost.
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Melvin and Sylvia are married with no children, and they're filing their federal income tax return. Melvin had a gross income of $44,500 last year, while Sylvia had a gross income of $51,200, and they plan to use the standard deduction. They're trying to decide whether to file their return jointly or separately, so they want to calculate how much less they would pay in federal income taxes if they filed jointly rather than separately. Part I: When filing separately, both Melvin and Sylvia have a standard deduction of $5700, and each can claim him/herself as an exemption for $3650. Neither has any additional adjustments to income. What is Melvin's taxable income? How about Sylvia's taxable income?
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Consider the following system of equations.Which statement describes why the system has two solutions?A. Each graph has one y-intercept, which is a solution.B. Each graph has one vertex, which is a solution.C. The graphs of the equations intersect the x-axis at two places.D. The graphs of the equations intersect each other at two places.
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In two or more complete sentences, explain whether the sequence is finite or infinite. Describe the pattern in the sequence if it exists, and if possible find the sixth term. 2a, 2a2b, 2a3b2, 2a4b3. . .
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Making an orthographic drawing for the isometric drawing that the right. Assume there are no hidden cubes
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Which set of ordered pairs could be generated by an exponential function?
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The functions f(x) = –(x + 4)2 + 2 and g(x) = (x − 2)2 − 2 have been rewritten using the completing-the-square method. Is the vertex for each function a minimum or a maximum? Explain your reasoning for each function.
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Math... ಠ_ಠ .......................................................Marcello is constructing the perpendicular bisector of AB¯¯¯¯¯. He has already constructed arcs as shown.What should Marcello do for his next step?A. Use the straightedge to draw AX←→ and AY←→.B. Use the straightedge to draw a line through points X and Y.C. Place the point of the compass on point X and draw an arc, using AX as the width for the opening of the compass.D. Place the point of the compass on point X and draw an arc, using AY as the width for the opening of the compass.
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Use the vertical line test to determine if the relation {(-6, -2), (-2, 6), (o, 3), (3, 5)} is a function. Explain your response.
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What is the debt-to-credit ratio of the Handy Hardware Credit Card?
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Dan bought 5 1/4 gallons of gas on Friday and 6 1/2 gallons of gas on Saturday. How many liters of gas did he buy? Assume 1 gallon = 3.8 liters.
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1. The top 1/8 of the runners advance to the finals for the track and field competition. What is the decimal value of the number? Show your work.
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which of the following function types exhibit the end behavior f(x)-->0 as x --> -infinity?power; y=x^n;n is even and greater than zeroidentity; y=xabsolute value; y= absolute value of x reciprocal;y=1/xroot; y=^n sort x; n is even and greater than zeroexponential; y=b^x, b>0again, I know that two of these are correct but I'm not sure which ones. Please let me know! Thank you!
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WILL GIVE A BRAINLEST AND 20PTSWhich figures can be precisely defined by using only undefined terms? Check all that apply.anglearccircleline segmentparallel lines
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WILL GIVE A BRAINLEST AND 20PTSA parallelogram is transformed according to the rule (x, y) → (x, y). Which is another way to state the transformation?R0, 90°R0, 180°R0, 270°R0, 360°
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Sam opened a savings account with an initial deposit of $2,000. Since then, he has never made any other deposits or withdrawals. His savings account earns 0.4% interest monthly and an annual bonus of 1.5% interest. Which equation gives the approximate amount, A(x), he has in his savings account as a function of x, the number of years since his initial deposit?A(x) ≈ 2,000 + (1.059)x3A(x) ≈ 2,000(1.019)x2A(x) ≈ 2,000(1.065)xA(x) ≈ 2,000(1.059)x2
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A stock market analyst observes the following for the price of two stocks that he owns, one of which is increasing at an exponential rate (geometric) and the other is increasing in a linear fashion (arithmetic).Stock A: Equation: an = 15n + 130, where an is the value of the stock and n is the number of years.Year Price1 $145.002 $160.003 $175.004 $190.005 $205.00Stock B: Equation: an = 36(1.09)n − 1, where an is the value of the stock and n is the number of years.Year Price1 $36.002 $39.243 $42.774 $46.615 $50.82Assuming these stock values continue to increase in the same manner until retirement, which stock option is worth more in 50 years and how much more is this stock worth per share?OPTIONS:A) Stock B is worth more in 50 years, $1,575.84 more per shareB) Stock A is worth more in 50 years, $1,364.08 more per shareC) Stock B is worth more in 50 years, $1,796.87 more per shareD) Stock A is worth more in 50 years, $880.00 more per share
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