**Answer:**

C and G.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

9

The total cost of attending a state college is $10,280

for the first year.

Bella's grandparents will pay one-fourth of this cost.

Bella will receive an academic scholarship that will pay

another $4,000.

Which amount is closest to the minimum that Bella will need to

save every month in order to pay off the remaining cost at the

end of 12 months?

A

$297.50

B

$309.16

с

$547.50

D

$214.17

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**Answer:**

B

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Because my teacher gave us the answer.

In the equation 3x - 9 = 3, what is the first step we should do?

**Anse**

draw the line down the equal sign

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

add 9 to both and then cancel out both 9s and add 3 and 9 together

find the area of this figure.

**Answer:**

it is 285 ...cause you should multiply 15 by 17 and add 19 and 11 .. it is 285

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**Answer:**

hello

**Step-by-step explanation:**

yeah

**Answer:**

F= 42

C= 48

A= 48

B= 132

D= 132

**Step-by-step explanation:**

POSSIBLE POINTS 6.67

Jacob made two trips to the store. On his first trip to the store, he

bought x kitchen towels for $3 each and y dishcloths for $2 each and spent

a total of $32. On his second trip to the store, he bought x oven mitts for $5

each and returned the y dishcloths he bought on the first trip. He was

refunded the money for the dishcloths and still spent $32. The system of

equations shown below represents the amounts, in dollars, he spent on the

two trips to the store.

3x + 2y = 32

5x - 2y = 32

How many kitchen towels and dishcloths did Jacob buy on his first trip to the

store?

o 10 kitchen towels and 4 dishcloths

o 4 kitchen towels and 10 dishcloths

04 kitchen towels and 8 dishcloths

8 kitchen towels and 4 dishcloths

**Answer:**

8 kitchen towels and 4 dishcloths!

**Step-by-step explanation:**

first equation is 3x + 2y = 32

second equation is 5x - 2y = 32

add the two equations together to get 8x = 64

solve for x to get x = 64 / 8 = 8

replace x with 8 in the first equation to get 24 + 2y = 32

solve for y to get y = 8/2 = 4

you have x = 8 and y = 4

first equation becomes 24 + 8 = 32

second equation becomes 40 - 8 = 32

the solution checks out ok.

solution is x = 8 and y = 2 which means he bought 8 kitchen towels and 4 dishcloths on his first trip.

X = y - 3

2x + y = 12

pls hurry i need badly

[tex] \huge \colorbox{yellow}{Question}[/tex]

[tex]x = y - 3[/tex][tex]2x + y = 12[/tex]

[tex] \huge \colorbox{yellow}{Answer}[/tex]

[tex]x = y - 3 \: (equation \: 1)[/tex]

[tex]2x + y = 12 \: (equation \: 2)[/tex]

Substituting the value of x in

( equation 2)

[tex]2x + y = 12[/tex]

[tex]2(y - 3) + y = 12[/tex]

[tex]2y - 6 + y = 12[/tex]

[tex]2y + y = 12 + 6[/tex]

[tex]3y = 18[/tex]

[tex]y = 18 \div 3[/tex]

[tex]y = 6[/tex]

Now we get y = 6

Substituting the value of y in

( equation 1 )

[tex]x = y - 3[/tex]

[tex]x = 6 - 3[/tex]

[tex]x = 3[/tex]

Now we get x = 3

[tex] \huge \mathsf\red{Final \: Answer}[/tex]

y = 6 x = 3Chris works at a tire store. Chris can change a tire on a rim in 8 to 12 min, with all times

in between equally likely.

a) What is a probability that Chris changes a given tire in less than 9 min?

b) What is the probability that it takes between 9 min and 11.5 min?

c) What is the probability that it takes exactly 10 min?

**Answer:**

8 because I just guess 8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

because I that's all you need to know

What geometric figure would you get if you joined the endpoints of two rays and pointed the rats in opposite directions?

Pls help me ASAP, this is due today. I would really appreciate it.

A line? They’ll look like this right? <—••—> ?

PLEASE HELPP!!I need to pass this please!!im confused

Question:Which statement is true of Jenna's monthly electricity bill

A.for every 15 units of electricity used monthly the charges $0.10

B.for each unit of electricity use the charges $10 plus $15 for the first month

c.Jenna has to pay $15 for each unit of electricity used and a $0.10 fixed monthly charge

DJenna has to pay $1 for every 10 units of electricity used plus a $15 fixed monthly charge

**Answer:**

saw this question on egde its b

find the area of the square whose perimeter is 224cm

**Answer:**

3,136cm^2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A square has 4 sides that are all equal to each other. This means the perimeter can be divided by the number of sides to find the measurement of each side.

224cm ÷ 4 = 56cm

Each side is 56cm

To find the area, we must multiply base and height. Since it is a square, it will be 56cm × 56cm.

56cm × 56cm = 3,136cm^2

**Answer:**

3136cm²

**Explanation:**

to find the area of the square, we first need to find the length of one of its sides. the perimeter is the total length of all 4 sides, so we can divide it by 4 to find the length of each side.

224 ÷ 4 = 56

now, we can square this to find the area of the square:

56² = 56 × 56 = 3136

thus, the area of the square is 3136cm².

i hope this helps! :D

A right triangle has legs that are 5 cm and 7 cm long what is the length of the hypotenuse

1.√12

2.√24

3.√74

4.√144

**Answer:**

3. 74

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The pythagorean theorem states that A^2 + B^2 = C^2 (with c being the hypotenuse). So to figure it out we can substitute into the equation.

5^2 = 25

7^2 = 49

25 + 49 = 74

So it would be the square root of 79. I hope this helps! :)

The length of the **hypotenuse** side of a triangle is √74. Therefore, the correct answer is option 3.

The **Pythagoras theorem **which is also referred to as the Pythagorean theorem explains the relationship between the three sides of a right-angled triangle. According to the Pythagoras theorem, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides of a triangle.

Given that, a right triangle has legs that are 5 cm and 7 cm long.

Let the length of the **hypotenuse** side be x.

Now, x²=5²+7²

x²=25+49

x²=74

x=√74 units

Therefore, option 3 is the correct answer.

To learn more about the **Pythagoras theorem **visit:

brainly.com/question/21926466.

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What is the formula for the area of a circle?

O A. A = 727

O B. A = 20

O C. A = terd

O D. A = 2

D) A=pi(r)^2 is the answer

john is placing cement tiles for a patio in a rectangle surrounding a rectangular fire pit. The fire pit has a width of x ft and a length that is 5 times the width. The entire patio is 6ft wider and 19 ft longer than the fire pit. What is the area that he will need to buy tiles for?

**Answer:**

49x + 114

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[ [ fireplace ] x = area of 5[tex]x^{2}[/tex] ] x + 6

5x

patio = area of 5[tex]x^{2}[/tex] + 49x + 114

5x + 19

(5x + 19) ( x + 6) = 5[tex]x^{2}[/tex] + 19x + 30x + 114

(5[tex]x^{2}[/tex] + 49x + 114) - (5[tex]x^{2}[/tex] ) = 49x + 114

(area of patio and fireplace) - (area of fireplace) = (area of patio only)

hello please help thanks

Answer: 2 one

Step-by-step explanation:

**Answer:**

last one

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Sinkholes are cavities in the ground that form when water erodes an underlying rock layer.

What is X equal to in this problem?

**Answer:**

28 degrees

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Sal is tiling his entryway. The floor plan is drawn on a unit grid. Each unit length represents 1 foot. Tile costs $2.15 per square foot. How much will Sal pay to tile his entryway? Round your answer to the nearest cent.

*see attachement for diagram

Answer:

Sal would pay $93.53 to tile his entryway.

Step-by-step explanation:

Given:

1 unit = 1 foot

Tile cost = $2.15 per square foot

To find how much will lay to tile the entry way represented on the grid in the image below, we have to find the area of the entryway he wants to tile.

The entry way can be decomposed into a trapezoid and a parallelogram. The upper shape form the middle is a trapezoid while the down part from the middle is a parallelogram.

✔️Area of the trapezoid = ½(a + b)*h

Where,

a = 7 ft

b = 4 ft

h = 5 ft

Area of the trapezoid = ½(7 + 4)*5

= ½(11)*5

= 27.5 ft²

✔️Area of the parallelogram = b*h

b = 4 ft

h = 4ft

Area of the parallelogram = 4*4 = 16 ft²

✔️Total area of the entryway to be tiled = 27.5 + 16 = 43.5 ft²

✅Cost to tile 1 ft² = $2.15

Therefore, cost to tile 43.5 ft² = 2.15*43.5 = 93.525 ≈ $93.53

✅Sal would pay $93.53 to tile his entryway.

What is the area? pleaseee helppppp

**Answer:**

A = 12 sq in

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A = bh/2

A = 6(4)/2

A = 12

HELP PLEASE I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO

**Answer:**

5, -10, 10

**Step-by-step explanation:**

a “step“ can’t be negative so we can say that we move twice to left 5 spaces

a positive number multiplied by a negative number gives as result a negative number. In this case -10

the opposite of a number is the same number in absolute value with a opposite sign. In this case 10

can someone please help me

Answer:

Step-by-step explanation:

I think it’s -5

a person who is at least 65 years old is considered a senior citizen write an inequality that represents this situation. Let a represent the persons age

a >/= 65

A is greater than or equal to 65 (sometimes the symbols don’t show up correctly)

A is greater than or equal to 65 (sometimes the symbols don’t show up correctly)

Find H

Need help please!!!!

**Answer:**

16

**Step-by-step explanation:**

use the acroname sohcahtoa

*sin **6**0**=**8**√**3**/**h*

sin60=0.8660 while 8√3=13.8564

divide both side by 0.8660

0.8660/0.8660=13.8564/0.8660

h=16.0

**Answer:**

I think the answer would be X= 7.9999999999 .

Y= 15.9999999999

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Tan 60 = Rad 192 / X

X= 7.9999999999

Y = 15.9999999999

Hope it was helpful ^^ Good luck .

If f(x)=3x-9, what is f(5)?

**Answer:**

ok so

**Step-by-step explanation:**

plug it in

since x=5

it would be 5=3×5-9

which would give us 5=6x

Subtract

x=-1

Which of the following is equal to 49x2−81?

(7x−9)2

(x+9)(x−9)

(7x+9)(7x−9)

(7x+9)2

**Answer:**

2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Which of the a-values satisfy the following inequality? 7 + a < 11 Choose all answers that apply: А a = 3 B a = 4 a = 5

**Answer:**

Only A. a=3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Because since 7+a<11 then that means a have to be 3 or below... good luck!

**Answer:**

A) a=3

When a=3 7+3=10 which satisfy that 7+a<11 in which 10<11

reggie picked 72 flowers he wants to split them up and give an equal number of flowers to his aunts how many flowers will each aunt receive?

**Answer:**

?

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Without knowing number of aunts how can we split?

Or I don't understand the question , Anyone can solve ??

PLEASEEE HELLP. I NEED HELP PLS

**Answer:**

C

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Triangle = 180

100+62.7+18=180.7

180.7 is not a triangle

**Answer:**

C 100.3, 62.7, 18

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Angles inside of a triangle add up to 180 degrees

Option A

25+85+70=180

Option B

11.6+91+77.4=180

Option C

100.3+62.7+18=181

Option D

60+60+60=180

**Option C is the answer as it is the only option that does not add up to 180 degrees**

How many cubic feet of water are in the pool?

**Answer:**

It depends on the size of the

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Like the width ,length and all that

give me the size of the pool and will assist

Depends of the size of the pool

3V3

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60°

Find the values of x and y. Write your answers in simplest form.

X=

y=

**Answer:**

X=3

y=6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[tex]tan60=\sqrt{3}=\frac{3\sqrt{3} }{x} \\\\x=3[/tex]

-----------

[tex]sin60=\frac{\sqrt{3} }{2} =\frac{3\sqrt{3} }{y} \\\\y=6[/tex]

hope it helps...

have a great day!!

-9 + 10m = -5 + 6 solve for m

**Answer:**

m = 1

**Step-by-step explanation:**

-9 + 10m = -5 + 6

-9 + 10m = 1

10m = 1 + 9

10m = 10

m = 1

here is the last question from my pervious post

Ill give brainliest to whoever answers it right

**Answer:**

G

**Step-by-step explanation:**

G is the correct answer. This is because X is much bigger than Y.

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Mrs. Owens borrowed $50,000 to start a business. In the first two months, expenses amounted to $52,500, and sales came to only $2,500. How much money does Mrs. Owens have going into the third month?
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