14, 15, 16, 16, 9, 3, 16, 20, 29, 12

a. 7.66

b. 6.78

c. 23

d. 46

**Answer:46656**

4634234

**Step-by-step explanation:5**

y5

**Answer:**

6.78

I hope this helps.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The value of [tex]\sqrt{6}[/tex] is not -4 because ______.

The **solution **of the **value **is mathematically given as

√6 =2.449

This is further explained below.

What is square Root?Generally, In mathematics, the term **"square root**" refers to a component of a number that, when multiplied by itself, results in the same value as the original number.

As an example, both 3 and –3 are **square roots** of the number 9.

A number y is said to have a square that is equal to a given number x if and only if it satisfies the following condition: y2 = x.

Another way to **express **this is to say that the number y has the same value as its own square. For example, the **square roots** of 16 are 4 and -4, since 42 divided by 2 is 16.

In conclusion,

√6 is not -4

because

√6 =2.449

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A total of 77 tornadoes have been documented in tuscaloosa county in the period beginning on january 1, 1950 and ending on december 31, 2020. What is the recurrence interval for tornadoes in tuscaloosa county?.

The number of tornadoes is 77

total time for occurrence is 70 years

using these

= ( 77/70)

= ( 1.1 )

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The cost of gasoline is $2.45 per gallon. The price per gallon increased an average of 2% per hour over the period of a day. This can be modeled by the function G(t) = 2.45(1.02)t, where t is the number of hours since midnight. What would be the most appropriate

**Answer:**

**The average cost for a gallon of gasoline in 2006 was $2.45. In 2007, the average cost of a gallon of gasoline was $3.29.**

5. Realizar las siguientes operaciones y simplificar el resultado:

a. 3(x3 − x2 + 5) − 8(x3 − 4x2 + 7x)

b. 7x2 + 2x + 5 + x(x + 7)

c. 10 (t3 − 4t2 + 1) − t(2t + 6) + 8(t3 − t − 5)

d. (x − 1)(x + 2)(x − 3)

e. (3a − 2b2)(3a + 2b2) − 3(4a − b2)2 + 2(−2a − b2)(2a − b2)

**Answer:**

a. -5x³ + 29x² - 56x + 15

b. 8x² + 9x + 5

c. 18t³ - 42t² - 14t - 30

d. x³ - 2x² - 5x + 6

e. -2b⁴ + a² + 6b² - 24a

**Step-by-step explanation:**

a. 3(x³ − x² + 5) − 8(x³ − 4x² + 7x)

3x³ - 3x² + 15 - 8x³ + 32x² - 56x

-5x³ + 29x² - 56x + 15

b. 7x² + 2x + 5 + x(x + 7)

7x² + 2x + 5 + x² + 7x

8x² + 9x + 5

c. 10(t³ − 4t² + 1) − t(2t + 6) + 8(t³ − t − 5)

10t³ - 40t² + 10 - 2t² - 6t + 8t³ - 8t - 40

18t³ - 42t² - 14t - 30

d. (x − 1)(x + 2)(x − 3)

(x - 1)(x + 2)

x(x + 2) - 1(x + 2)

x² + 2x - x - 2

x² + x - 2(x - 3)

x(x² + x - 2) - 3(x² + x - 2)

x³ + x² - 2x - 3x² - 3x + 6

x³ - 2x² - 5x + 6

e. (3a − 2b²)(3a + 2b²) − 3(4a − b²)2 + 2(−2a − b²)(2a − b²)

3a(3a - 2b²) + 2b²(3a - 2b²)

9a² - 6ab² + 6ab² - 4b⁴ - 3(4a − b²)2 + 2(−2a − b²)(2a − b²)

9a² - 4b⁴ - 24a + 6b² + 2(−2a − b²)(2a − b²)

(−2a − b²)(2a − b²)

-2a(2a - b²) - b²(2a - b²)

-4a² + 2ab² - 2ab² + b⁴

-4a² + b⁴

2(-4a² + b⁴)

-8a² + 2b⁴

9a² - 4b⁴ - 24a + 6b² - 8a² + 2b⁴

-2b⁴ + a² + 6b² - 24a

A) The linear model represents the height, f(x), of a water balloon thrown off the roof of a building over times, x measured in seconds. During what interval(s) of the domain is the water balloon's height staying the same?

A.0 ≤ x ≤ 2

B.2 ≤ x ≤ 5

C.5 ≤ x ≤ 6

D.6 ≤ x ≤ 8

B) The linear model represents the height, f(x), of a water balloon thrown off the roof of a building over time, x, measured in seconds. During what interval(s) of the domain is the water balloon's height increasing?

A.0 ≤ x ≤ 2

B.40 ≤ y ≤ 70

C.5 ≤ x ≤ 8

D.40 ≤ y ≤ 10

C) The linear model represents the height, f(x), of a water balloon thrown off the roof of a building over time, x, measured in seconds. During what interval(s) of the domain is the water balloon's height decreasing the fastest?

A.5 ≤ x ≤ 9.5

B.8 ≤ x ≤ 9.5

C.6 ≤ x ≤ 8

D.5 ≤ x ≤ 6

D) The linear model represents the height, f(x), of a water balloon thrown off the roof of a building over time, x, measured in seconds. Justify your answer from Part C.

A.5 ≤ x ≤ 9.5 is the interval where the balloon's height is decreasing.

B.8 ≤ x ≤ 9.5 is the interval where the slope is the steepest.

C.6 ≤ x ≤ 8 is the interval where the balloon's height decreases the most.

D.5 ≤ x ≤ 6 is the interval where the slope is the steepest.

Please help as fast as possible <3

As shown in the reference **graph **attached hereby with the question statement, if the linear model represents the height, f(x), of a water balloon thrown off the roof of a building over **time** "x" measured in seconds, then,

(A) During (2 ≤ x ≤ 5) seconds in the **time domain**, the water balloon's height remains the same.

(B) During (0 ≤ x ≤ 2) seconds, the height of the water balloon is increasing.

(C) During (5 ≤ x ≤ 6) seconds, the height of the water balloon decreases the fastest.

(D) From Part (C), it can be justified that 5 ≤ x ≤ 9.5 is the interval where the balloon's height is decreasing, and, (5 ≤ x ≤ 6) is the interval where the slope is the steepest.

As per the question statement and the reference **graph** attached alongside, the linear model represents the height, f(x), of a water balloon thrown off the roof of a building over time "x" measured in seconds.

We are required to determine the correct **time domains** for four different situations, by observing the plotted graph.

Part (A) is to determine the correct **time domain** where the water balloon's height remains the same.

From the graph, it is clear that, the height remains constant at (y = 70), parallel to the x-axis from the 2nd second to the 5th second. Hence, During (2 ≤ x ≤ 5) seconds in the **time domain**, the water balloon's height remains the same.

Part (B) is to determine the correct **time domain** where the height of the water balloon is increasing.

From the graph, it is clear that, the slope of the concerned graph rises only from [(y = 40) to (y = 70)], starring from the 0th second until the 2nd second. Hence, During (0 ≤ x ≤ 2) seconds in the **time domain**, , the height of the water balloon is increasing.

Part (C) is to determine the correct **time domain** where the height of the water balloon decreases the fastest.

From the graph, it is clear that, the graph decreases thrice, first from [(y = 70) to (y = 40)], starting at the 5th second uptil the 6th second, then from [(y = 40) to (y = 10)], starting at the 6th second uptil the 9th second and lastly, from [(y = 10) to (y = 0)], starting at the 9th second till the 9.5th second. Here, we can easily calculate that, the balloon dropped 30ft in 1 sec at the first instance, 30ft in 3 seconds at the second instance and, 10ft in 0.5 seconds.

Since, [(30/1) > (10/0.5) > (30/3)],

Or, [30 > 20 > 10],

Thus, During (5 ≤ x ≤ 6) seconds, the height of the water balloon decreases the fastest.

Part (D) is to determine the correct statement mentioned under it's options, with judgement based on Part (C).

Option (i) states that [(5 ≤ x ≤ 9.5) is the interval where the balloon's height is decreasing] which is true, as we can observe from the graph that the slope is decreasing during the time interval of 5 to 9.5th seconds, although at different rates at different intervals.

Option (ii) states that [(8 ≤ x ≤ 9.5) is the interval where the slope is the steepest] which means that, during this above said interval, the height of the balloon drops the fastest which is false, as we have already proved in part (C) that during (5 ≤ x ≤ 6) seconds, the height of the water balloon decreases the fastest.

Option (iii) states that, [(6 ≤ x ≤ 8) is the interval where the balloon's height decreases the most] which is false, as balloons height falls the farthest by 30fts in two separate intervals, between (5 ≤ x ≤ 6) seconds and (6 ≤ x ≤ 9) seconds.

Finally, Option (iv) states that [(5 ≤ x ≤ 6) is the interval where the slope is the steepest] which means that, during this above said interval, the height of the balloon drops the fastest which is true, as we have already proved in part (C) that during (5 ≤ x ≤ 6) seconds, the height of the water balloon decreases the maximum in the shortest time period.

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Which of the following equations shows how substitution can be used to solve the following system of equations?

By **substituting** the first** equation **into the second, we get:

2x + 5*(2x +3) = 3

The correct option is the second one.

Here we have the **system of equations:**

y = 2x + 3

2x + 5y = 3

You can see that the variable "y" is already isolated in the first equation, so we can just **substitute **it in the second equation:

2x + 5*(2x +3) = 3

This is what we can see in the second option, so we conclude that the second option is the correct one.

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-7/8 is at most the difference of twice a number m and 5/4

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The given inequality can be written as 2m - 5/4 ≤ -7/8.

An inequality -7/8 is at most the difference of twice a number m and 5/4 which is 2m - 5/4 ≤ -7/8.

Difference of twice a number 'm' and 5/4 is 2m - 5/4 and this is at most -7/8 means less than or equal to.

∴ The given statement can be written as 2m - 5/4 ≤ -7/8

**Answer:**

2m - 5/4 ≤ -7/8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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there are two aircraft carriers, a and b, and carrier a is longer in length than the carrier b. the total length of these two carriers is feet, while the difference of their lengths is only feet.

there are two aircraft carriers, a and b, and carrier a is longer in **length **than the carrier b. then Carrier A is 2,104 feet and Carrier B is 2,094 feet.

Since there are two aircraft **carriers**, A and B, and carrier A is longer in **length **than the carrier B, and the total length of these two carriers is 4198 feet, while the difference of their lengths is only 10 feet, to determine the length of each aircraft **carrier**, the following calculation must be performed:

(4,198 - 10) / 2 = X

4.188 / 2 = X

2,094 = X

2,094 + 10 = 2,104

2,094 + 2,104 = 4,198

Therefore, Carrier A is 2,104 feet and Carrier B is 2,094 feet.

**the complete question is**

There are two aircraft carriers, A and B, and carrier A is longer in length than the carrier B. The total length of these two carriers is 4198 feet, while the difference of their lengths is only 10 feet.

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The Transverse Tire Company produces all types of tires at its factory. Due to fixed costs associated with the running of

the factory, the company starts with a loss of $200,000, or a profit of -$200,000, at the beginning of each month. The

first major hurdle the company faces each month is to break even, or reach a the point at which the profit is zero. The

company sells tires in batches of 1000. it earns $40,000 for each batch of tires it manufactures and sells.

1. Identify the two quantities that are changing in this situation.

2. identify the independent and dependent variables for these quantities.

3. Write an equation to represent the profit the company will make when they manufacture and sell batches of tires.

4. Use your equation to complete the table for this situation:

5. What is the unit rate of change in this problem?

please help i need to submit but today

The **solutions** for each statement are given below.

An **equation** is a mathematical statement that is made up of two expressions connected by an equal sign.

We have,

The **initial** **amount** of the company = -$200,000

Earnings for selling one batch = $40,000

Now,

1.

The two **quantities** that are changing in this situation are:

The number of **batches**.

The amount of **profit**.

2.

The **independent** variable is the number of batches.

The **dependent** variable is the profit.

3

The number of batches = x

The amount of profit = y

The **equation** for the **profit**.

P = -200,000 + B x 40,000

Where B is the number of **batches**.

4.

**Batches** of tires **Profits**

B P

0 -200,000

1 -160,000

2 -120,000

3 -80,000

4 -40,000

5 0

5.

The unit **rate** of **change**.

= (-120,000 + 160,000) / (2 - 1)

= 40,000

Thus,

The **statements** are given above.

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Jonathan has 3982 stickers in his sticker collection. Jessie has 2825 stickers in his collection. How many stickers do Jonathan and Jessie have altogether?

When it says altogether it is meaning for you to add so the answer would be 6807 stickers altogether. Again that is 3982 + 2825 = 6807

3) Graph the solution set to y - 2x = -5 on the

coordinate plane.

**Answer:**

y=2x-5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

y - 2x = -5

add 2x to both sides.

y=-5+2x

**Answer:**

y = 2x - 5 is a line. determine the two points that this line intersects with the axes then connect these points to graph it.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given y = 2x -5 set y = 0 then solve for the abscissa

y = 2x - 5

0 =2x - 5

2x=5

x = 5/2

we now have the point (5/2,0)

set now x = 0 then solve for ordinate

y = 2x - 5

y = 2(0) - 5

y = -5

we now have the point (0, - 5)

we now simply draw a line passing thru the two points ( 5/2, 0) and (0, - 5)

kindly see the graph of y = 2x - 5 with points (5/2, 0) and (0, - 5)

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Geometry homework

-foundation’s of geometry-

I need help

**Answer:**

m<2=m<5=50

m<4=85

m<6=45

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

1:85 2:50 3:45 4:85 5:50 6:45

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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1 should be like 4 and 3 should be like 6.

Like 6+1 is 130 so 2 is 50

Some people advise that in very cold weather, you should keep the gas tank in your car more than half full. Lou's car had 16.2 gallons in the 15 gallons in the -gallon tank on the coldest day of the year.

Lou filled the tank with gas that cost $ 3.50 per gallon. How much did Lou spend on gas?

From the given parameter, the **total amount** that Lou spent on the gas is; $30.8

We are told that Lou's car had 6.2 gallons in the 15 gallons in the -gallon tank on the coldest day of the year.

Now, Lou filled the tank with gas that **cost **$ 3.50 per gallon.

Thus;

Amount of gas that Lou bought = 15 - 6.2

**Amount** of gas that Lou bought = 8.8 gallons

Since he bought these gallons at the cost of $3.50 per gallon, then it means that;

Total amount he spent = 8.8 * 3.5

**Total amount** he spent = $30.8

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Complete question is;

Some people advise that in very cold weather, you should keep the gas tank in your car more than half full. Some people advise that in very cold weather, you should keep the gas tank in your car more than half full. Lou's car had 6.2 gallons in the 15 gallons in the -gallon tank on the coldest day of the year.

Lou filled the tank with gas that cost $ 3.50 per gallon. How much did Lou spend on gas?

Ralph Kansky was hired as an administrative assistant for Hereford Cattle Company. His annual salary is $98,280. What is his weekly salary?

**Answer:**

u shall simply divide 98290 by 365 bc there are 365 days in 1 year

**Step-by-step explanation:**

98280 divided by 365 and that makes..

Find the value of x in each case:

The **angle **x has a **measure** of 37

**Angles **are formed when two or more lines intersect. This in other words means that **angles **is the measure of space between the intersection of rays or lines

The given parameter is the figure

On the **figure**, we have the following angle measures

2x, 79, 32 and 5x

The sum of angles in a **quadrilateral** is 360 degrees

So, we have the following equation

2x + 79 + 32 + 360 - 5x = 360

Evaluate the like terms in the above equation

So, we have the following equation

-3x + 79 + 32 = 0

Evaluate the like terms in the above equation

So, we have the following equation

-3x = -111

Divide both sides of the equation by 3

x = 37

Hence, the **value **of x is 37

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What is the length of BC?

Answer:

31cm

Step-by-step explanation:

Add AC and BC together to get AB.

AC = 2x - 13 and

BC = 3x + 4 and

AB = 36 (this is all the given information)

The two smaller pieces can be combined to equal the whole segment.

AC + BC = AB

2x - 13 + 3x + 4 = 36

combine like terms.

5x - 9 = 36

Add 9

5x = 45

Divide by 5.

x = 9

But you're not done because they asked for BC.

BC = 3x + 4

substitute 9 for x.

BC = 3(9) + 4

BC = 27 + 4

BC = 31

BC is 31 cm.

Question 5:

Write an equivalent expression for (15³)4

**Answer:**

[tex]15^{12}[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

assuming you mean

[tex](15^3)^{4}[/tex]

using the rule of exponents

[tex](a^m)^{n}[/tex] = [tex]a^{mn}[/tex] , then

[tex](15^3)^{4}[/tex]

= [tex]15^{3(4)}[/tex]

= [tex]15^{12}[/tex]

Solve for p

1.5m+3p=18

please show steps

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer: p= 6-0.5**

**solve 1.5m + 3p=18**

**p= 6-0.5m**

please help !! if anyone knows

**Answer:**

Answer down below!

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We can tell from ABC and A'B'C' that they are similar, but not alike

Segment AC = 6 and segment A'C' =4

They just subtracted two from the 6

Let's do the same thing for segment BC!

**If BC = 3, then we know that B'C' = 1**

6/4 = 1.5

(x)(1.5) = 3

x = 2

(x)(1.5) = 3

x = 2

Put the following equation of a line into slope-intercept form, simplifying all fractions. 3y-2x= -9

y=2/3x-3 that is the slope intercept form

Find the difference between 2.5 and 7.5 and the sum of 2.75 and 9.55

⇒To get the difference we** subtract.**

[tex]2.5-7.5=-5\\[/tex]

⇒To get the sum we** add.**

[tex]2.75+9.55=12.3[/tex]

Goodluck!!

Daniel and Paul have saved $37 to buy their mother a present Daniel saved $8 less than paul how much money did Paul save a ) 14.75b) 18.50c)20.00d)22.50

**Answer:**

D. 22.50

**Step-by-step explanation:**

22.5 - 8 = 14.5

14.5 + 22.5 = 37

The table shows values of f(x). What is the value of f(2)? Enter your answer in the box. f(2)=

X: 0 1 2 3 4

f(x): 4 2 3 9 1

According to the table, the **value **of the **function** f(2) is 3

**Functions **are equations, ordered pairs, tables and graphs that are used to represent a **relation**

From the question, the **function **is represented by the **table of values **given as

X: 0 1 2 3 4

f(x): 4 2 3 9 1

From the question, the **function **to calculate is given as

f(2)

This means that we calculate the value of the **function**, when x = 2

i.e.

We calculate f(x), when x = 2

So, we look at the table of values for this **function **value

From the **table of values**, we have

When x = 2, f(x) = 3

This means that

f(2) = 3

So, we can conclude that the **value **of the **function **f(2)** **based on the given **table **when x =2 is 3

Hence, the **function **f(2) has a **value** of 3

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A recipe of chicken marinade says mix 3 parts with oil with 2 parts soy sauce and 1 part orange juice if you need 42 cups of marinade in all how much of each ingredient should you use

**Answer:**

21 cups oil

14 cups soy sauce

7 cups orange juice

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Use 1 cup for 1 part. The original recipe as given with its small amounts would make a total of 3 + 2 + 1 = 6 parts, or 6 cups of sauce.

You want to make 42 cups.

42/6 = 7

The amount you want to make is 7 times the amounts in the ratio.

3 parts oil: 3 × 7 = 21: 21 cups oil

2 parts soy sauce: 2 × 7 = 14: 14 cups soy sauce

1 part orange juice: 1 × 7 = 7: 7 cups orange juice

Check: 21 + 14 + 7 = 42

The amounts above do make 42 cups in total.

Answer:

21 cups oil

14 cups soy sauce

7 cups orange juice

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In the **polygon, ** The **triangles **are **not similar**

The term **similar triangles **refers to triangles that the ratio of the **sides **are **equal**.

In the problem, the sides of the triangles are given as

In DQRS: QR = 4 RS = 15, and < DR = 36In DUVT: VT = 8 TU = 32, and < DT = 36The ratio of the sides

In DQRS: QR / RS = 4/15 = 0.27

In DUVT: VT / TU = 8/32 = 0.25

0.27 ≠ 0.25

since the ratio of the **sides **are not equal the two **triangles **are **not similar**

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the greatest common divisor of two integers is $(x 2)$ and their least common multiple is $x(x 2)$, where $x$ is a positive integer. if one of the integers is 24, what is the smallest possible value of the other one?

The greatest **common divisor** (24,6) is 6 and the least **common multiple **(24,6) is 24.

As per the question statement, the greatest common divisor of two integers is (x+2) and the least common multiple x(x+2). It is given that one of the **integers **is 24.

Let us **assume **that "b" is the value of other one.

greatest common divisor(24,b) = (x+2)

least common multiple(24,b) = x(x+2)

**Formula**:

greatest common divisor(24,b)*least common multiple(24,b) = 24*b

24*b = (x+2)*x(x+2)

[tex]b = \frac{x(x+2)^{2} }{24} \\[/tex]

Hence, the smallest possible value of the other one is "6" and x = 4.

Hence, the greatest **common divisor** (24,6) is 6 and the least **common multiple **(24,6) is 24.

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The value of y is directly proportional to the value of x. When x=3.5, the value of y is 14. What is the value of y when x = 28? Record your answer

For **x = 28**, the value of **[y]** such that** [x] **is** directly proportional **to **[y]** will be **112.**

Direct proportion or direct variation is the **relation **between **two** quantities where the **ratio** of the two is equal to a **constant value**. Mathematically, **direct proportionality** is represented by a **straight line** and it equation is of the form -

y = kx

**k = y/x**

where** [k] **is the** constant**

Given is the value of **[y]**, which is **directly proportional** to the value of **[x],** and when** [x] = 3.5, **the value of **[y]** is **14.**

We have the following data -

**[y] = 14** at **[x] = 3.5**

Now, since **[y]** is **directly proportional** to **[x]**, we cam write -

y = kx

k = y/x

**k = 14/3.5.** [1]

Now, for **x = 28**, we can write the relation as -

y/x = k

**k = y/28 ** [2]

Now, equating **equation [1]** and **[2]**, we get -

14/3.5 = y/28

y = (14 x 28)/3.5

y = (140 x 28)/35

y = (140 x 4)/5

y = 28 x 4

**y = 112**

Therefore, for **x = 28**, the value of **[y]** such that** [x] **is** directly proportional **to **[y]** will be **112.**

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a restaurant offers three desserts, and exactly twice as many appetizers as main courses. a dinner consists of an appetizer, a main course, and a dessert. what is the least number of main courses that the restaurant should offer so that a customer could have a different dinner each night in the year 2003?

The **least number of main courses **that the restaurant should offer is 8.

The **mathematical expression with unequal sides **is known as an inequality in mathematics. Inequality is referred to in mathematics when a **relationship results in a non-equal comparison **between two expressions or two numbers. In this instance, any of the inequality symbols, such as **greater than symbol (>), less than symbol (), greater than or equal to symbol (), less than or equal to symbol (), or not equal to symbol (), is used in place of the equal sign "=" **in the expression. Polynomial inequality, rational inequality, and absolute value inequality are the various types of inequalities that can exist in mathematics.

let m be the number of main courses restaurant serves

so, 2m is the number of appetizers

then the number of dinner combination is = 2m x m x 3 = 6m^2

since the customer wants to eat a different dinner in all 365 days of 2003,

we must have ,

[tex]6m^{2}[/tex] ≥ 365

[tex]m^{2}[/tex] ≥ 60.83.....

also the 2003 is not a leap year

because 2003 / 4 is not equal to an integer

the smallest integer value satisfies this is 8 .

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write an equation in slope intercept form for a horizontal line through (15,21)

**Slope-intercept form** is y = 21.

The** equation** **y = mx + c **is the general **equation **of any **straight **line where m is the** gradient** of the line (how steep the line is) and c is the **y -intercept** (the point in which the line crosses the y -axis).

Given that,

The line is **horizontal**. It means **slope **of this line is **zero.** We can use the point-slope form for a **linear equation** since we know the slope and the point (15, 21).

Point-slope form: [tex](y-y_{1}) = m(x-x_{1})[/tex]

Where,

m = slope and [tex](x_{1}, y_{1})[/tex] is the points.

Then,

[tex](y-y_{1}) = m(x-x_{1})[/tex]

[tex](y-21) = 0(x-15)[/tex]

[tex]y-21 = 0\\y=21[/tex]

Hence, the **Slope-intercept form** is y = 21.

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