Answer

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[tex]f(100) = 498[/tex]

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Explain.

[tex]f(2) = 8[/tex]

[tex]f(3) = 13[/tex]

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Find b[tex]3b - 2b = 13 - 8[/tex]

[tex]b = 5[/tex]

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Find f(1)[tex]f(1) = f(2) - b[/tex]

[tex]f(1) = 8 - 5[/tex]

[tex]f(1) = 3[/tex]

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Find f(100)[tex]f (x)= f(1) + (x - 1)b[/tex]

[tex]f(100) = 3 + (100 - 1)5[/tex]

[tex]f(100) = 3 + (99)5[/tex]

[tex]f(100) = 3 + 495[/tex]

[tex]f(100) = 498[/tex]

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9) What is the radius of a circle with a

circumference of 25 cm?

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the diameter of a billard ball is approximately 6 cm. what is its volume? round your answer to the nearest whole number

**Answer:**

The diameter of a billiard ball is approximately 6 cm. what is the volume? round your answer to the nearest whole number.

A. 113 cm3

B. 903 cm3

C. 25 cm3

D. 38 cm3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Nothing further can be done with this topic. Please check the expression entered or try another topic.

6

centimeters

...................................................................................................................................................

For this case we have that by definition, the volume of a sphere is given by:

Where:

r: It is the radius of the sphere

According to the data we have to:

Substituting we have:

The option that best fits is option B.

Answer: v=113cm3

The option that best fits is option B.

...............................................................................................................................................

Answer:

V ≈ 904 cm³

Step-by-step explanation:

Let r denotes radius

r = 6cm (given)

As it a sphere of radius 6cm,

Volume of a sphere,

V = 4/3 π r³

V = 4/3 (3.14) (6)³

V = 4/3 (3.14) x 216

V = 4 (3.14) x 72

V = 12.56 x 72

V = 904.32 cm³

Rounding off,

V ≈ 904 cm³

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Answer:

113 cm

Step-by-step explanation:

PLEASE HELP ASAP PLEASE

**Answer:**

9

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Range = Max value - min value

Max value = 6

Min value = -3

Range:

6 - (-3)

6 + 3

9

**Answer:**

9

**Step-by-step explanation:**

there are 9 numbers between -3 and 6 ;)

cs.

The width of a rectangle is

12 cm less than the length.

The area is 64 cm2. Find the

length and width.

**Answer:**

Length of rectangle = 16 cm

Width of rectangle = 4 cm

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Given:**

Area of rectangle = 64 cm²

**Find:**

Length and width

**Computation:**

Assume;

Length of rectangle = a

So,

Width of rectangle = a -12

Area of rectangle = l x b

So,

a(a-12) = 64

a² - 12a - 64 = 0

a² - (16-4)a - 64 = 0

a² - 16a+ 4a - 64 = 0

a (a-16) + 4(a-16)= 0

(a-16)(a+4) = 0

a= 16 , a = -4

So,

**Length of rectangle = 16 cm**

Width of rectangle = a -12

Width of rectangle = 16 -12

**Width of rectangle = 4 cm**

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Answer:

I think it’s the last one 2x + 7 sorry if I’m wrong!

I think it’s the last one 2x + 7 sorry if I’m wrong!

Can you please answer this honestly no need for explanation

**Answer:**

alternate exterior: 2 and 7

corresponding: 1 and 5

alternate interior: 3 and 6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

**a= 8 and 1**

**b= 7 and 3**

**c= 6 and 3**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I need help with this question ( see image). Please show workings.

**Answer:**

(a) AC = 12.565 m

(b) bearing of C from A is 90°

(c) BT = 9.373 m

**Step-by-step explanation:**

(a) extend North line down & perpendicular to AC.

Call that perpendicular intersection "P".

∠BAC = 90° - 53° = 37°

cos 37° = AP/15

0.7986 = AP/15

AP = 11.979 m

∠PNC = 180° - 161° = 19°

∠BCP = 90° - 19° = 71°

18 cm = 0.18 m (red flag note: 18 cm looks very out of scale for the picture)

cos 71° = CP/0.18

0.3256 = CP/0.18

CP = 0.586 m

AC = 11.979 + 0.586 = 12.565 m

(b) The bearing to C from A is 90°

(c) tan 58° = 15/x

1.6003 = 15/x

x = 9.373 m

Is 8.92 less than 9.089?

No. I believe 9.089 is more then 8.92

yes. 8.92 is less than 9.089

what is a equation for 11 5 and b

answer: i need more information in order to help

Solve the following quadratic equations using factoring.

b. x2 + 3x = 70

We can easily silve it by splitting the middle term or by using the discriminate method *

* splittingx 2 +3x -70

x2 + 10x - 7x -70

x(x + 10) -7(x +10)

(x / 7) ( x + 10)

x = 7 or -10

1/2x-5=10-3/4x please helpppppp

**Answer:**

x=12

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1/2x - 5 = 10 - 3/4x ---> move like terms to the same side

1/2x + 3/4x = 10 + 5 ---> calculate

5/4x = 15 ---> multiply both sides by 4/5

x = 12

Mountain lions are capable of jumping high into the ait If mountain lion jumps 9 feet off the ground and then comes back down, its height above the ground varies according to the equation h = - 16t ^ 2 + 24t where t = 1 time in seconds and h = heig in feet The right side of this equation can be factored to get the equivalent equation h = - 8t * (2t - 3) What do the factors 2t - 3 mean in this situation?

The factors 2t - 3 represent the **time **it takes for the **mountain **lion to reach its highest point and return back to the ground.

Used the concept of a** quadratic equation** that states,

An algebraic equation with the second degree of the variable is called a Quadratic equation.

Given that,

The **equation **h = -16t² + 24t represents the height (h) of the mountain lion above the ground at any given time (t) in seconds.

Now, By **factoring **the equation as,

h = -16t² + 24t

h = -8t × (2t - 3)

Here, Factor 2t - 3 indicates the time it takes for the height (h) to reach zero, which corresponds to the mountain lion being on the ground.

So, when 2t - 3 equals zero, the height is zero, indicating that the mountain lion has returned to the ground.

Therefore, factors 2t - 3 help us determine the **point **in time when the **mountain lion **reaches its peak height and when it returns back to the ground.

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pleaseeeeeeee help meee

**Answer:**

11

**Step-by-step explanation:**

sorry if I got it wrong but from what I understand it is 11

Mhanifa can you please help? I will mark brainliest

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

As per picture we see two pairs of opposite sides marked as congruent

Correct choice is the last one:

D. Opposite sides are congruentlook at the picture in need help

**Answer:**

**$500**

**Explanation:**

If Joe saved 60% of the cost, given that the amount he saved was $300, to find the total cost of the computer, we need to know 100% of the cost.

60% = $300

[Set the percentage to a fraction and let x be the total cost]

(60/100) x = $300

60x / 100 = $300

_____________

60 → 30 × 2 → 15 × 2 × 2 → 5 × 3 × 2 × 2

______________________________

100 → 50 × 2 → 10 × 5 × 2 → 5 × 2 × 5 × 2

_______________________________

5 × 3 × 2 × 2 / 5 × 2 × 5 × 2 =

3 / 5.

_____________________________

3x / 5 = 300

3x / 5 × 5 = 300 × 5

3x = 1500

÷3 ÷3

*x = $500*

BRAINLY TO WHOEVER HELPS ASAP

Answer: A, D

Step-by-step explanation:

For number 7 the answer is A

For number 8 since you are only moving it is the same size, therefore, producing a congruent image for all 3 of those translation. So for 8 the answer is d.

**Answer:**

**Look Below**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1) The answer is A. It is A because if you want a reflected images across the Y-Axis, you want just the X value to change. Not the Y. So since the Y is positive and the X is positive, if you want a reflected image you want the X to be negative and the Y to be positive.

2) The answer is D. It is D because those are all forms that will produce a Congruent Image.

If you find any faults in my answer please let me know. Thanks! Have a Good Day!

Help please no links as an answer

**Answer:**

essentially the answer is 33

Find x. Please help with This problem!!!

**Step-by-step explanation:**

7+2x-2 = 4x -3

5= 2x -3

2x = 8

x = 4

jackson is paid $250.for 5

days of Work how much IS

he paid per day

$50 per day.

First you divide 250 dollars by 5 then you will get 50 dollars

First you divide 250 dollars by 5 then you will get 50 dollars

Please help I’ll mark BRAINLIEST!!!

-10,-7,-4,-1,2,5 This is the answer to your question

Can someone help me please

A. 5

B.25

C.81

D. 128

**Answer:**

b 25

**Step-by-step explanation:**

((PLEASE SOLVE )) In ABC the measure of the largest angle is 17 less than 4 times the smallest angle. The measure of the middle angle is 10 more than half the measure of the largest angle. What is the measure of the middle angle?

Unknown, This is physically impossible to answer.

You need to give more information than that, or an image.

also what type of triangle is it obtuse acute right e.t.c.

Please put more information so i can answer this the correct way.

factorise it

[tex]v[/tex]

Answer:

2(x – ½)(x + ½)

Step-by-step explanation:

2x² – ½

The above expression can be factorised as follow:

2x² – ½

2 is common to both 2 and ½. Thus,

2x² – ½ = 2[x² – ¼]

Recall

(½)² = ¼

Thus,

2[x² – ¼] = 2[x² – (½)²]

Difference of two squares

2(x – ½)(x + ½)

Therefore,

2x² – ½ = 2(x – ½)(x + ½)

Determine the center and radius of the following circle equation:

x^2+y^2+12x-10y+12=0

**Answer:**

Center: ( -6,5) Radius: 7

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I hope this helps!

**Answer:**

radius = 9

C:(9,3)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

What is the equation of the line shown in the graph?

**Answer:**

y = -1/5x + 3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

y=mx+b

In the coordinate plane shown below, which point

could have coordinates (3,-2) ?

A.

B.

C.

D.

**Answer:**

D

**Step-by-step explanation:**

At least Im Sure lol

I have two turtles. Today, the older turtle's age is $11$ times that of the younger turtle. In $24$ years, the older turtle's age will only be $7$ times that of the younger turtle. If both turtles survive until then, how many years from today will the older turtle's age be triple that of the younger turtle?

**Answer:**

Let $y$ be the younger turtle's age today. Then the older turtle's age today is $11y.$ So $24$ years from now, the younger turtle's age will be $y+24$ and the older turtle's age will be $11y+24.$ However, we know the older turtle's age will be $7$ times that of the younger turtle then, which tells us that

\[11y+24=7(y+24).\]Distributing, we get $11y+24=7y+168.$ Subtracting $7y+24$ from both sides of this equation, we get $4y=144,$ so $y=36.$

This is the younger turtle's age today, but that's not what we're looking for in this problem - we're looking for the number of years from today that the older turtle's age will be triple that of the younger turtle. Let $k$ be this number of years. Since the younger turtle's age today is $y=36$ and the older turtle's age today is $11 \cdot 36=396,$ it follows that $k$ years from now my turtles' ages will be $36+k$ and $396+k$ respectively. Since we want to know when the older turtle's age will be triple that of the younger turtle, we want to know for what $k$ this equation will be true:

\[3(36+k)=396+k.\]Distributing, we get $108+3k=396+k.$ Subtracting $k+108$ from both sides of this equation, we get $2k=288.$ Therefore, $k=\boxed{144}.$

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A number which is **divided **by 5, with the **result **as 50 less than if the **number **had been divided by 6 would be; -1500

Let the **number **be x. We are asked that it is divided by 5, and the result is 50 less than if the number had been **divided **by 6;

(x/6) - (x/5) = 50

**Multiply **by 30 to get;

5x - 6x = 1500

-x = 1500

x = -1500

Let the older turtle be **represented **x and the younger one be y.

Todays age,

**Older **turtle = 11y years

Younger turtle = y years

Also the **equation **form as;

11y + 24 = 7(y + 24)

11y + 24 = 7y + 168

11y - 7y = 168 - 24

4y = 144

y = 144/4

y = 36

Thus;

Age of **older **turtle today = 396 years

Age of younger **turtle **today = 36 years

Therefore,

3(36 + t) = 396 + t

108 + 3t = 396 + t

2t = 292

t = 292/2

t = 146 years

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Question 2 (1 point)

A bag holds 6 tiles: 2 lettered and 4 numbered. Without looking,

you choose a tile. What is the probability of drawing a number?

..........2/3...........

Will the following measurements create a triangle? 25 25 130

**Answer:**

if those measurements are degrees, then yes. If those measurements are the side lengths, then no.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

all angles on a triangle must had up to 180 degrees.

the two smaller sides of the triangle must add up to be larger than the largest side.

Help please I’m being timed!!

Answer:d

Step-by-step explanation:

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