and VM = 5z - 10, find KM. No

The** value **of KM is 20

A line, ray, **line segment**, or point that cuts a line segment at its center and **divides** it into two equal portions is known as a **segment bisector**. A segment is a section of a line with definite ends, which is also how the word segment is sometimes used. Any object or line is divided into two equal** halves** when it is **bisected**. Consequently, when two line segments cut or bisect each other at a location that divides the **lines** into equal **halves**, this is known as a **segment bisector**.

Given that : The line q bisects KM at point V, KV = 2.5z and VM = 5z - 10

the line q bisects KM at point V so KV = VM

KV = 2.5z

VM = 5z - 10

2.5z= 5z - 10

10 = 2.5z

4 = z

Now put the value of 4 in KV and VM

KV = 2.5(4)

VM = 5(4) - 10

KV + 10

VM = 10

KM = KV + VM

KM = 10 + 10

= 20

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7) An amusement Park Charges a $50

admission free and $10 for each ride.

which equation can be used to determine

C, the total cost of a day at the amusement

Park, based on n, the humber of rides.?

Answer:

50+((10n) =

so 50 is how much it cost to walk in the park and 10 is how much each ride (n) cost soif you know how many rides your ride you times that by 10 the add 10 to 50 and you get how much it will cost you for the day

Simplify the expression. Show your work

**Answer:**

simplify(cube_root(27⋅x⋅exp(6)⋅y⋅exp(4)))

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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how do i create a visual of this

**Answer: Draw a picture of 2 1/2 cups of flour being added to 1 1/2 cups of sugar in a bowl. **

**Step-by-step explanation: wink wink**

What are the coordinates of the point on the direct line segment from (-5, -10) to (2, 4) that partitions the segment into a ratio of 2 to 5?

Now the given coordinates are,

(-4,10) and (2,-10)

Thus, we have,

x₁ = -4

y₁ = 10

x₂ = 2

y₂ = -10

Given ratio, m₁ : m₂ = 1 : 3

⇒ m₁ = 1; m₂ = 3

Let (x,y) be the coordinates of the point on the directed line segment from (-4,10) to (2,-10) that partitions the segment into a ratio of 1 to 3.

Since the section formula is given as,

So, x = (m₁x₁ + m₂x₂) / (m₁ + m₂)

y = (m₁y₁ + m₂y₂) / (m₁ + m₂)

Put the values,

x = [1(-4) + 3*2)] / (1 + 3) = (-4+6) / 4 = 2/4

⇒ x = 1/2

Similarly y = [1(10) + 3*(-10)] / (1 + 3) = (10-30) / 4 = -20/4

⇒ y = -5

So, the required coordinates are (1/2, -5)

Thus, the coordinates of the point on the directed line segment that partitions the segment into a ratio of 1 to 3 is (1/2, -5).

**Answer:(-3,-6)**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The width of a human hair is 2 x 10-5 meters. The width of a piece of sand is 1.5 x 10¹ meters.

What is the difference in the widths, in meters, of the human hair and the piece of sand?

The **difference in the widths**, in meters, of the human hair and the piece of sand is [tex]1.4998*10^{-1}[/tex] m.

It is given in the** question** that:-

Width of a human hair = [tex]2*10^{-5}[/tex] m

Width of a piece of sand = [tex]1.5*10^{-1}[/tex]m

We have to find the difference in the widths, in **meters**, of the human hair and the piece of sand.

We know that,

Difference between the widths = **Width** of a **piece of sand** - Width of a **human hair **

Hence, we can write,

Difference between the widths = [tex]2*10^{-5}[/tex] m - [tex]1.5*10^{-1}[/tex]m

We can write,

[tex]1.5*10^{-1}=15000*10^{-5}[/tex]

Hence,

Difference between the widths =

[tex]15000*10^{-5} - 2*10^{-5}= 14998*10^{-5} = 1.4998*10^{-1}[/tex] m

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Daniel has read 40% of a book. He has 42 more pages to finish. How many pages are there in the book?

**Answer:**

70 pages

**Step-by-step explanation:**

42=60% so 42/6=10% or 7, 7x4=40% or 28+42=70 pgs

Which statement describes the graph of the system of equations below?

1.5x + 0.2y = 2.68

1.6x + 0.3y = 2.98

The lines are parallel.

The lines overlap at all points.

The lines intersect at (1.6,1.4).

The lines intersect at (3.1,0.5).

**Answer:**

3rd answer option (1.6, 1.4)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

the slope of the lines is different.

to see we transform the equations to the regular slope-intercept form

y = ax + b

with "a" being the slope and "b" being the y-intercept (the y value when x = 0).

1.5x + 0.2y = 2.68

0.2y = -1.5x + 2.68

y = -1.5x/0.2 + 2.68/0.2 = -7.5x + 13.4

1.6x + 0.3y = 2.98

0.3y = -1.6x + 2.98

y = -1.6x/0.3 + 2.98/0.3 = -5.33333...x + 9.93333...

-7.5 is not -5.3333...

so, the lines are not parallel nor overlap at all points.

therefore, they intersect at a point.

(1.6, 1.4) ?

the equations must remain true when using the coordinates :

1.5×1.6 + 0.2×1.4 = 2.68

1.6×1.6 + 0.3×1.4 = 2.98

2.4 + 0.28 = 2.68

2.68 = 2.68 correct

2.56 + 0.42 = 2.98

2.98 = 2.98 correct

yes, they intersect at (1.6, 1.4).

for (3.1, 0.5) already the x coordinate is way too large.

1.5×3.1 or 1.6×3.1 are already by themselves much larger than 2.68 or 2.98.

Calculate the length of the sides marked x and y

**Step-by-step explanation:**

there is no side marked y.

to get x :

the graphic shows us already the split of the overall object into sub-shapes :

2 right-angled triangles

1 rectangle

x is the sum of the width of the rectangle and the shorter leg of the larger, top right-angled triangle.

to get both we need to use Pythagoras :

c² = a² + b²

with c being the Hypotenuse (the side opposite of the 90° angle), a and b being the legs of the triangle.

let's start with the shorter leg of the larger triangle.

the Hypotenuse is 18, and the longer leg is the same as the length of the "underlying" rectangle : 10.

so, we get

18² = 10² + leg1²

324 = 100 + leg1²

leg1² = 224

leg1 = sqrt(224) = 14.96662955...

now to the width of the rectangle.

it is the same as the longer leg of the smaller triangle on the right side.

its Hypotenuse is 5. its shorter leg is 2.

so, we get

5² = 2² + leg2²

25 = 4 + leg2²

leg2² = 21

leg2 = width rectangle = sqrt(21) = 4.582575695...

x = leg1 + leg2 = 14.96662955... + 4.582575695... =

= 19.54920524...

Please help

Quick thank you :)

**Answer:**

Ray

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A ray has a starting point and then continues in one direction.

67 - 88 x 90 x 77 + 125 = ?

i think so is correct

rhe answers is my -609648

PLEASE HELP DUE IN 3-4 MINUTES THANK YOU!!

**Answer: -28 percent**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Use Tools Telegraphs were used to send messages before the

telephone was invented. A telegraph operator could interpret about

40 words sent in Morse code per minute. Approximately how many words

sent in Morse code could the operator interpret in 12.5 seconds? State

what strategy and tool you will use to answer the question, explain your

choice, and then find the answer.

**Answer:**

stuff and more stuff

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Kirsten bought a used car for $3,600. She made a $360 down payment on it. How much more does Kirsten owe on the car?

**Answer:**

Kirsten owes $3240 more on the car.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

$3600 - $360 = $3240

BIG IDEAS MATH

#2 i

The table represents a quadratic function. Write an equation of the function in standard form.

x 3 45 6

y 10 7 10 19

y=

Basic

PAUL BENEDICTO

Check

The equation of the function in the **standard form** is:

3x + y = 25.

Given, From the table we can get the dy/dx which is the** slope **(m) ,

Therefore,

dy/dx = (7 - 10 ) / ( 4 - 3 )

dy/dx = -3

f(x) = ax² + bx + c, where a, b, and c are all numbers and an is not equal to 0, is the definition of a quadratic function. A** parabola **is the shape of a quadratic function's graph. Despite the fact that a parabola's "width" or "steepness" and opening direction can change.

Now,

( y - y₁ ) = m ( x - x₁ )

Putting the value from the table,

( y - 10 ) = -3 ( x -5 )

⇒ y - 10 = -3x + 15

⇒ 3x + y = 25

Hence the **equation **of the line in standard form is 3x + y = 25.

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parabola

described

Write the equation for the

7) A parabola that passes through the point (2, 2) and has a

vertex of (3, -1)

The most appropriate choice for **parabola** will be given by-

Equation of **parabola** that passes through the point (2, 2) and has a

vertex of (3, -1) is

[tex](x - 3)^2 = \frac{y +1}{3}[/tex]

**What is parabola?**

**Parabola **is a curve where every point on the curve is **equidistant **from a **fixed point** called the **focus** and a **fixed line** called the **directrix.**

Equation of **parabola** is [tex]y = a(x - h)^2+k[/tex] where (h,k) is the **vertex** of the **parabola**

Here,

Equation of the parabola with vertex (3, -1) is

[tex]y = a(x - 3)^2-1[/tex]

The parabola passes through (2, 2)

[tex]2 = a(2-3)^2-1\\2 = a-1\\a=2+1\\a=3[/tex]

Equation of parabola that passes through the point (2, 2) and has a

vertex of (3, -1) is

[tex]y = 3(x-3)^2 - 1\\[/tex]

[tex](x - 3)^2 = \frac{y +1}{3}[/tex]

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Please help with this i will give lots of points

The **equations** of the **line** will be expressed as y = 4 and y = -2x + 11 respectively.

**Slope** of a line may be defined as the **steepness** of a curve on graph. Slope is denoted by 'm'. If we are given two points (x₁, y₁) and (x₂, y₂) then the slope of line can be given by m = (y₂ - y₁)/(x₂ - x₁). Now, we have a line y = 6 and this line is parallel to **x-axis**, so the slope of this line is zero. Since, we have to find the equation of line** parallel** to given line so the slope of the line parallel to line y = 6 will also be equal to zero. Now, **equation** of line from points (3, 4) and **slope** zero is given by

(y - 4) = 0×(x - 3)

=> y - 4 = 0

=> y = 4 which is the required equation.

Now, for the second part we have need to find the equation of line parallel to line y = -2x - 1 and from point (4, 3). The **slope** of new line is -2 which will be same as the given line as they both are **parallel**. Now, equation of line will be

(y - 3) = -2(x - 4)

(y - 3) = -2x + 8

y = -2x + 8 + 3

=> y = -2x + 11 which is the required **equation**.

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What is 7 7/8 • 2 1/4

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[tex](7\frac{7}{8} )(2\frac{1}{4} ) = \\\\\frac{567}{32} \\\\OR\\17\frac{23}{32}[/tex]

Gasoline costs $2.20 per gallon. Maddie's mom put 9.5 gallons of gasoline in her car. What was the total cost of the gasoline? Choose the correct answer from the drop-down menu to complete the statement. The total cost of the gasoline can be found by _____ 2.20 and 9.5. The total cost is ______

**Answer:**

the multiplication of 2.2.20 and 9.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

the total cost is $20.9

the radius of a spherical balloon is increasing at a rate of 4 centimeters per minute. how fast is the volume changing when the radius is 10 centimeters? (round your answer to four decimal places. be sure to choose the correct units.)

The air is filled inside the **balloon **at the **rate **of 1600π cm³/sec.

The rate during which air is blown into the balloon is identical to the rate that the volume of a balloon grows.

Volume of the **spherical balloon**;

V = (4/3)πr³

Given is dr/dt = 4 cm/sec.

To calculate the** volume** change with respect to time.

dV/dt when r = 10 cm.

Differentiate V = (4/3)πr³ with respect to t.

d(V)/dt = (d/dt)(4/3)πr³

dV/dt = (4/3)π. 3r² dr/dt

dV/dt = 4πr² dr/dt

Put the values.

dV/dt = 4π(10)² .(4)

dV/dt = 1600π cm³/sec

Thus, **air **is filled inside the balloon at the rate of 1600π cm³/sec.

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18:54:12 simplified

On** simplifying **the **proportion** **18:54:12**, we get answer as **3:9:2.**

The following are crucial **proportional **characteristics:

If a: b = c: d, then a + c: b + d. **Addendum**

A - c: b - d if a: b = c: d. **Subtrahendo**

**Dividendo** states that if a: b = c: d, then a- b: b = c- d: d.

If a: b = c: d, then a Plus b: b Equals c+d: d. This is known as **combining**.

To put it another way, if **a: b = c: d,** then **a: c = b: d.**

On **simplifying**,

18:54:12

Firstly, dividing the all numbers by 3

= 6:18:4

Now **dividing** by 2

**= 3:9:2**

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a farmer decides to enclose a rectangular garden, using the side of a barn as one side of the rectangle. what is the maximum area that the farmer can enclose with 48 ft of fence? what should the dimensions of the garden be to give this area? question content area bottom part 1 the maximum area that the farmer can enclose with 48 ft of fence is

The maximum area that the farmer can enclose for the rectangular garden is 488 sq ft and the dimensions of the rectangular garden are 24ft and 12 ft respectively.

It is given that a farmer decided to enclose a rectangular garden with one side using the barn of a tree and other 3 sides with 48 ft of fencing.

Let the length of the rectangle be y and the breadth of the rectangle be u.

So **perimeter **of the fencing needed = y + 2u (as one side is barn)

∴ y + 2u = 48

⇒ y = 48 - 2u (equation 1)

Area = yu (equation 2)

Putting the value of variable y from equation 1 in equation 2 we have,

Area = (48-2u)u

∴ Area = 48u - 2[tex]u^{2}[/tex]

⇒ Area = -2[tex]u^{2}[/tex] + 48u

⇒ Area = -2([tex]u^{2}[/tex] - 24u)

⇒ Area = -2([tex]u^{2}[/tex] - 24u + 144) + 288 (using completing the square method)

⇒ Area = -2[tex](u-12)^{2}[/tex] + 288

So the maximum area is 288 sq units as for any value of u the area value will decrease as seen from the above equation.

So if Area = 288

Then yu = 288

⇒ u = 288/y equation 3

Putting this value in **Perimeter** equation 1 we have,

y = 48 - 2u

⇒ y = 48 - 2 x [tex]\frac{288}{y}[/tex]

⇒ [tex]y^{2} = 48y - 576[/tex]

⇒ [tex]y^{2} - 48y + 576 = 0[/tex]

⇒ [tex](y-24)^{2}[/tex] = 0

Solving we get y = 24 ft

Hence the value of u is calculated as follows:

⇒ u = 288 / y

⇒ u = 288/ 24 = 12 ft

The maximum area that the farmer can enclose is 488 sq ft and the dimensions of the rectangle are 24ft and 12 ft respectively.

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if the probability that an event will occur is changed as a result of the occurrence of a previous event, the events are said to be \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ .

If the probability that an event will occur is changed as a result of the occurrence of a previous event, the events are said to be **dependent events**.

There, are two types of events- dependent and independent. **Independent **ones are those wherein the occurrence of one event has no effect on the probability of occurrence of another one. For example- you and your classmate passing a test are both independent events.

On the other hand, **dependent** events are those events that are affected by a change in any one of the events probability changing. For example- studying for a test and passing the test are both dependent events.

Thus, if the probability that an event will occur is changed as a result of the occurrence of a previous event, the events are said to be **dependent events**.

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An event tent rental business charges a fee to set up and take down a tent, plus an hourly rate. The equation y = 65x + 150 can be used to find the total fee, y, for renting a tent for x hours.

Part A: What’s the hourly Rate?

Part B: What is the fee to set up and take down the tent?

The **hourly rate** is $65 per hour. While the fees to set up the tent is $100 and to take down after t hours is 65t + 100.

As we can see, the relation between the total fees and the hours for renting in hours is related by the **equation**,

y = 65x + 100

We are assuming that the price is in dollar.

This is an equation of line in **slope-intercept form.**

In slope intercept form, the coefficient of x is the slope of the line, which is 65 here.

So, the rate at which the fees is changing with time is 65.

So, the hourly rate will be $65 per hours.

The **fees** when tent is set can be calculated by,

We should put x = 0, because it is the start,

So,

y = 100

So, the fee to set up is $100.

Let us say the tent is removed after **t hours,** so the fees will be,

y = 65t + 100.

Fees of taking down the tent is $(65t+100)

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Find the slope of the following equation. Simplify your answer.

5x + 2y = -10 And do not tell me it’s m= - 5/2 because clearly that’s not an option

**The correct answer is: [D]: " ** [tex]m = \frac{-5}{2}[/tex] ".

**______**

" 5x + 2y = -10 " ; Find the

Rewrite this equation in

that is: " **y = mx + b** " ;

in which: ** y** remains as single value, as an 'output' ; or 'dependent

variable', on the 'y-axis' (if graphed);

isolated on the 'left-hand side' of the equation.

** m** is the **coefficient** of **x **in the equation; and represents the **slope**; for which we shall solve.** **

**{**If there is no slope, then "m **=** 0" ; and "**[**0 * x = 0**]**."** }**;

And the "slope-intercept format" is: **"**y = b**"** }.

**b **represents the "**y-intercept**" ; i.e. when the line crosses the

"**y-axis**" when graphed; that is, the "**y-value**" of the "**coordinate**" of the "**y-intercept**" ; [i.e. the value of "**y**" when "**x = 0**" ; so; " **(0**, **b)** ".

{ **Note****:** **b **can equal "0" ; in those cases: y = mx + 0 ; write as " y = mx "}.

** { **If there is no slope, [i.e. "m = 0" ; and no "y-intercept" ; [i.e. "b = 0"];** **Then: write the equation accordingly—e.g. " y = [whatever number the graph represents]." **}**.

** **Also, note that **b **can be a "negative number"; as well.** **In that case, write an equation in "slope-intercept format" ; that is;

→" y = mx + b " ; as: " y = mx " .

______

Let's rewrite: ↔ " 2y + 5x = -10 " ; to get the "y-value" a bit closer to the 'left-hand side' of the equation.

Then: Let's subtract **5x** from Each Side of the equation;

2y + 5x − 5x = -10 −** **5x ;

to get: " 2y = -10 − 5x " ;

**______****Method 1)****:**

We have: " 2y = -10 − 5x " ;

Divide Each Side by **2** ; to isolate **y** on the 'left-hand side' of the equation, and **to rewrite** as an equation in the **slope-intercept format** :

2y / 2 = (-10 − 5x)/2 ;

→ [tex]y =\frac{-10-5x}{2}= \frac{-10}{2}-\frac{5x}{2}[/tex] ;

→ [tex]\frac{-10}{2} =[/tex] -10 ÷ 2 = -5 ;

Rewrite the equation by replacing " [tex]\frac{-10}{2}[/tex] " ; with: -**5** ;

→ [tex]y = -5 - \frac{5x}{2}[/tex] ;

Then, rewrite to get the equation in "slope-intercept format"

→ [tex]y = -5 - \frac{5x}{2}[/tex] ;

[tex]= -5 + (-\frac{5x}{2})[/tex] ; ↔ Rewrite:

[tex]= \frac{-5x}{2} + (-5)[/tex] ; ↔ Rewrite again:

[tex]=\frac{-5x}{2} -5[/tex] ;

→ [tex]y = \frac{-5x}{2} -5[/tex] .

Note: " [tex]\frac{-5x}{2} = \frac{-5}{2} x[/tex] " ;

→ [tex]y = \frac{-5}{2}x-5[/tex] ;

This is the equation written in "**slope-intercept forma**t" ;

that is: " **y = mx + b** " ;

in which:

**y ** is isolated as a single variable on the 'left-hand side' of the equation;

** m** = [tex]\frac{-5}{2}[/tex] ; which is the slope; which is also the "coefficient" of **x **;

**b ** = **-5** ; which is the 'y-coordinate' of the "**y-intercept**" of the graph;

So, t**he slope**; "**m = -5/2**" ; is the correct answer; which corresponds to:**Answer choice: [D]: ** " m = [tex]\frac{-5}{2}[/tex] " .**______**

**Method 2)****:**

Given: " 5x + 2y = -10" ; Find the **slope** of the line.

We want to rewrite the equation in the "**slope-intercept format**" ;

" **y = mx + b** " ; as explained above;

to get the correct answer for **m**, the **slope** of the line.

" 5x + 2y = -10 " ↔ Rewrite as:

2y + 5x = -10 ; since we want to isolate **y** as a single variable on the 'left-hand side' of the equation; and by rearranging & rewriting this equation, the **2y** is closer to the 'left' of the equation.** **

** **Now, subtract **5x** from Each Side of the equation:

2y + 5x − 5x = -10 − 5x ;

to get: 2y = -10 − 5x ;

Now, Let's multiply the entire equation (i.e. "Each Side") by **-1 **;

to make the equation easier to handle;

-1(2y) = -1 (-10 − 5x) ;

For the 'left-hand side' of the equation:

-1*2y = -2y

For the 'right-hand side' of the equation:

Note the '**distributive property of multiplication**'; as follows:

**a(b + c) = ab + ac** ;

Likewise:

-1(-10 − 5x) = (-1 *-10) + (-1 *-5x) ;

= (10) + (5x) = 10 + 5x ;

Now, rewrite the entire equation:

-2y = 10 + 5x ; **↔ **Rewrite as;

-2y = 5x + 10 ;

Then, we divide Each Side of the equation by **-2** ;

to isolate **y **as a "single variable" on the 'left-hand side' of the equation;

and to rewrite the equation in "s**lope-intercept format**" ;

-2y / -2 = (5x + 10) /-2 ;

→ [tex]y=\frac{5x+10}{-2} =\frac{5x}{-2} +\frac{10}{-2} =\frac{5x}{-2}+(-5) =\frac{5x}{-2}-5[/tex] ;

→ [tex]y=\frac{5x}{-2} - 5[/tex] ;

which is written in "s**lope-intercept forma**t" ; that is:

" **y = mx + b** " ;

in which:

** y** is isolated as a single variable on the 'left-hand side' of the equation;

**m** = [tex]\frac{5}{-2}[/tex] ; which does equal " [tex]-\frac{5}{2}[/tex] " ; which does equal " [tex]\frac{-5}{2}[/tex] " ;

which is the** slope** of the equation, as well as the '**coefficent of x**' ;

**b** **= -5** ; which is the '**y-coordinate**' of the "**y-intercept**".**______**

As such: **The correct answer choice is: [D]: ** " m = [tex]\frac{-5}{2}[/tex] " .

{Note**:** This is consistent with the answer choice from * Method 1* above.

**______Hope this answer and explanation is helpful. Best of luck to you!______**

-9x+1=-80 what does the x equal

**Answer:**

Simplifying

x = 9

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Simplifying

9x + -1 = 80

Reorder the terms:

-1 + 9x = 80

Solving

-1 + 9x = 80

Solving for variable 'x'.

Move all terms containing x to the left, all other terms to the right.

Add '1' to each side of the equation.

-1 + 1 + 9x = 80 + 1

Combine like terms: -1 + 1 = 0

0 + 9x = 80 + 1

9x = 80 + 1

Combine like terms: 80 + 1 = 81

9x = 81

Divide each side by '9'.

x = 9

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**Answer:**

24.8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Solve V³ = 40

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[tex]2 \sqrt[3]{5} [/tex]

2(3^√5

Which of the following triangles cannot be solved using the sine law

1. We can use the sine law since we have two angles and one of the angles had the side opposite it.

2. We can use the sine law because we have two angles, we can find the third angle in the triangle. This means we have all three angles. We now have two angles and one of the angles has the side opposite it.

3. We have a right triangle. We could use the sine law because we have the right angle and the hypotense. We have two sides and one angle.

4. We have two sides and the included angle. We cannot use the sine law. We would have to use the law of cosines to solve this problem.

-4w = -12 solve for w simplify your answer as much as possible

**Answer:**

w = 3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

-4w = -12

divide both sides by -4:

-4w/-4 = -12/-4

**w = 3**

**Answer:**

w=3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1. divide -12 by -4

[tex]w = \frac{ - 12}{ - 4} [/tex]

[tex]w = 3[/tex]

what’s the answer to the equation

**Answer:**

8x-40=200

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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