Factor 5/6 out of 5/6z+15

**Answer:**

5/6z+15

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According to the graph, about what percent of the bags weighs 49.8–50.0 lb?

55%

50%

40%

45%

**Answer:**

55%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Solve the right triangle. Round side and angle measures to the nearest tenth, if necessary.

**Answer:**

∠C = 28° (as you have done)

AB = 4.7

BC = 8.8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

cos 62° = AB/10

0.4695 = AB/10

AB = 10(0.4695) = 4.69

sin 62° = BC/10

0.8829 = BC/10

BC = 10(0.8829) = 8.83

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The answer: (D)

Explorer acc nss as time yyy has a new one in the middle school in the school and is the junior high junior in junior high junior college

Explorer acc nss as time yyy has a new one in the middle school in the school and is the junior high junior in junior high junior college

Please help due soon and explain why it’s that choice. Thanks! Giving brainiest btw.

Rational numbers can’t be integers cause integer numbers can’t be written with fraction or decimal it just a whole number like 3

So I guess C

So I guess C

Brent works part-time at a clothing store. He earns an hourly wage of $15. If he needs to earn more than $45 in a day and works for x hours a day, which inequality represents this situation? A. 15x > 45 B. 15x < 60 C. x > 60 D. 15x < 45 E. x < 60

**Answer:**

A) 15x > 45

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let X represent an hour. His wage will be 15 times that, so you have:

15x

He needs to earn more than 45 a day, so the inequality needs to be >45

Only answer that satisfies these conditions is A:

A) 15x > 45

**Answer: A.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The bagel shop sells special bagel sandwiches for $7 and plain bagels for $2. Last saturday, they sold 100 items and made $385. How many special bagel sandwiches were sold on that saturday ?

**Answer:**

Number of special bagel sandwiches = 37

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let [tex]x,y[/tex] denote number of special bagel sandwiches and plain bagels respectively.

The bagel shop sold 100 items.

[tex]x+y=100\\y=100-x[/tex]

Also, The bagel shop made $385.

[tex]7x+2y=385[/tex]

Put [tex]y=100-x[/tex] in [tex]7x+2y=385[/tex]

[tex]7x+2(100-x)=385\\7x+200-2x=385\\5x=385-200\\5x=185\\x=\frac{185}{5}\\x=37[/tex]

So,

Number of special bagel sandwiches = 37

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All you havw ti do is basically graph the points and draw a line where most of the data occurs

**Answer:**

y = 7x + 3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

So take your lowest point (1, 10) and highest point (8, 59) and arranage them into a division problem so it looks like this 59 - 10/ 8 - 1. Once you use pemdas to reduce this divison problem it gives you 7 so them. Now you have your mx all we have to do now is find your b to do that you take your lowest y value 10 and set that equal to 7 + b. Now solve Algebraically to get b = 3.

f(x) = – 2x2 - 4x – 18 Find f(-6)

**Answer:**

(0,-18)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The equation for the perimeter around Claire's garden is a:

O Linear Function

O Exponential Function

O Quadratic Function

O Absolute Value Function

Answer:

Linear function

Step-by-step explanation:

Took da test ;)

A rectangle has vertices at (0,0), (4,0), (4,3), (0,3). Give the base and height of three parallelograms with the same area

**Answer:**

The base and height of three parallelograms with the same area as the 12 square inches rectangle are

1) First parallelogram;

Base length of parallelogram = 4 units

Height of parallelogram, = 3 units

2) Second parallelogram

Base length of parallelogram = 6 units

Height of parallelogram, = 2 units

3) Third parallelogram

Base length of parallelogram = 5 units

Height of parallelogram, = 2.4 units

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The vertices of the rectangle are; (0, 0), (4, 0), (4, 3), and (0, 3)

Let ABCD represent the vertices of the rectangle such that we have;

A(0, 0), B(4, 0), C(4, 3), and D(0, 3)

The area of the rectangle, A = The length of AB × The length of CB

The length of AB = √((4 - 0)² + (0 - 0)²) = 4

The length of CB = √((4 - 4)² + (3 - 0)²) = 3

∴ The area of the rectangle, A = 4 × 3 = 12 square units

The area of a parallelogram = Base length × Height

The base and height of three parallelograms with the same area as the 12 square inches rectangle are;

1) Base length of parallelogram = 4 units

Height of parallelogram, = 3 units

The area of the parallelogram, A = Base × Height;

∴ A = 4 units × 3 units = 12 units²

2) Base length of parallelogram = 6 units

Height of parallelogram, = 2 units

The area of the parallelogram, A = Base × Height;

∴ A = 6 units × 2 units = 12 units²

3) Base length of parallelogram = 5 units

Height of parallelogram, = 2.4 units

The area of the parallelogram, A = Base × Height;

∴ A = 5 units × 2.5 units = 12 units².

Lewis walked 8 ··10 of a mile. Todd walked 3 ··4 of the way with Lewis. How many miles did Todd walk with Lewis? Show your work.

Complete question :

Lewis walked 8/10 of a mile. Todd walked 3/4 of the way with Lewis. How many miles did Todd walk with Lewis? Show your work.

Answer:

0.6 miles

Step-by-step explanation:

Miles walked by Lewis = 8/10 miles

Miles Todd walked with Lewis = 3/4 of the way

This means : Multiplying the fraction Lewis walked with the fraction Todd walked with Lewis

8/10 * 3/4 = 24/40 = 0.6 miles

Hence, Todd walked 0.6 miles with Lewis

A tennis club has 560 members.

(a) The ratio

men : women: children

5:6:3

(i) Show that the club has 240 women members.

(ii) How many members are children?

**Answer:**

see explanation

**Step-by-step explanation:**

sum the parts of the ratio, 5 + 6 + 3 = 14 parts

Divide number of members by 14 to find the value of one part of the ratio.

560 ÷ 14 = 40 ← value of 1 part of the ratio

(i)

number of women = 6 × 40 = 240

(ii)

number of children = 3 × 40 = 120

Please help best gets brainlist and 5/5 and show work please

The answer is 12ft

Volume = (base area)(height)

900 = (75)(x)

So to figure out x you’ll need to divide 900 by 75 to get 12

Hope this helps!

Volume = (base area)(height)

900 = (75)(x)

So to figure out x you’ll need to divide 900 by 75 to get 12

Hope this helps!

Determine which ordered pair is a solution to the inequality: 3x+y>6

(1,1) (2,1) (1,2) (0,0)

**Answer:**

order pair (2,1) is the solution to the inequality.

can you simplify -3(x+7)

Answer:-3x-21

Step-by-step explanation: use the distributive property

**Answer:**

=−3x−21

**Step-by-step explanation:**

−3(x+7)

=(−3)(x+7)

=(−3)(x)+(−3)(7)

=3x-21

What is the answer to this please help

Answer:

A = 140

Step-by-step explanation:

Area of a triangle:

A = 1/2bh

Given:

b = 20

h = 14

Work:

A = 1/2bh

A = 1/2(20)(14)

A = 10(14)

A = 140

?!??!!!!!someone help me

**Answer:**

its b

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Well the easy way to find this is to just solve the first one. the equation is

x-y>5 so you plug in the coordinate and you end up with 7-2>5 which is false. So any answer with option one is out and b is the only one that fits that description.

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**Answer: **[tex]\frac{x}{50} > 8[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**more than = > not ≥**

From a survey of 100 commuters about how they get to work, 38 said they drive their cars, 47 said they take the bus, 14 said they take the subway, and 1 said they ride their bicycle. If there were 4,800 commuters total. How many drove a car out of the 4,800? How many took the bus out of the 4,800? How many took the subway of the 4,800? How many rode a bicycle out of the 4,800? PLEASE HELP

1824 drove a car

2256 take a bus

672 ride the subway

48 ride a bicycle

A ratio is a comparison of two quantities.

(2 points)

A.True

B.False

**Answer:**

true

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Identify a function rule for the following ordered pairs:

{(0,-4), (2,0), (3, 2), (4,4)}

A)

y= x

B)

y= X-4.

C)

y= x-1

D)

y= 2x-4

2x-4 D it can be your answer if you multiply correctly and you do it

8 km

6 km

What is the length of the hypotenuse?

kilometers

C

**Answer:**

10

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We use pythagorean theorem:

a^2 + b^2 = c^2

8^2 + 6^2 = c^2

[tex]\sqrt{36 + 64} = \sqrt{100} = 10[/tex]

33/q = 8/12 q=?

What is q

**Answer:**

q= 49.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[tex] \frac{33}{q} = \frac{8}{12} [/tex]

*Cross** **multiply**:*

8q= 33(12)

8q= 396

*Divide** **by** **8** **on** **both** **sides**:*

q= 396 ÷8

**q= 49.5**

PLEASE HELP HURRY!!!

**Answer:**

C

**Step-by-step explanation:**

consistently goes down by 3.2 for the y value

Can someone help me, please!!

Id say its option 3.

HELP ME PLEASE I need it

The answer should be

f=1/5 x^2 + -2/5x

f=1/5 x^2 + -2/5x

Grade 9 -10 help pleaseeee determine length of arc CAD

**Answer: Divide the chord length by double the radius.**

**Find the inverse sine of the result.**

**Double the result of the inverse sine to get the central angle in radians.**

**Once you have the central angle in radians, multiply it by the radius to get the arc length.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I really need help with this it’s on Aleks

**Answer:**

y = 2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given

[tex]\sqrt[3]{3y+2}[/tex] + 4 = 6 ( subtract 4 from both sides )

[tex]\sqrt[3]{3y+2}[/tex] = 2 ( cube both sides )

3y + 2 = 2³ = 8 ( subtract 2 from both sides )

3y = 6 ( divide both sides by 3 )

y = 2

Y would equal 2. You start off by subtracting 4 by both sides then you simply

David got an $80 gift card to walmart. He uses the gift card to buy a dog toy for $12.99. He also wants to use the gift card to buy some candy bars. Each candy bar cost $0.99 how many candy bars can he buy

**Answer:**

67.68

68 rounded

**Step-by-step explanation:**

80-12.99=67.01

67.01 divided by 0.99=67.68 repeating

3. The table shows the average annual salary in dollars based on

the minimum level of education required for two occupations.

Occupations

Occupation Average Annual Salary Level of Education

(dollars)

Required

Accountant 71,040

Bachelor's degree

41,700

High school diploma

preparer

Тах,

Based on the average annual salaries in the table, how much

more would an accountant earn than a tax preparer over a 30-

year career?

**Answer:**

the answer is $880.200

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Select the correct answer.When will the Social Security fund dry up at its current level?O A.2022 B.2027C.2037O D.2097O E.2117
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