Finding the equation using** slope-intercept form.**

[tex]y=-3x+7[/tex]

OR

Finding the equation using **point-slope form.**

[tex]y-1=-3[/tex] × [tex](x-2)[/tex]

Hope this helps!

Yvonne is training for the marathon. She calculates to see whether she can cover 9 miles in 10 minutes. But she completes the distance in 8 minutes. What is the percent error in Yvonne's calculation?

The **relative error** exists multiplied by 100 to estimate the percent error. The **percent error** in Yvonne's calculation exists 11% error.

The difference between the estimated value and the **actual value** in relation to the actual value is known as the percent error. To calculate the percent error, the **relative error** is multiplied by 100.

Percent error calculates the difference between an estimate and a **correct value** and expresses it as a percentage. Analysts can use this statistic to determine how big the error is in relation to the **actual value**. It is also referred to as % error and percentage error.

%error = (calculated value - **experimental value)** / calculated × 100%

%error = (10 - 9)/9 × 100%

= 1/9 × 100%

= 11.11111 ≈ 11% error

Therefore, the percent error in Yvonne's calculation exists 11% error.

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alpha writes the infinite arithmetic sequence \[10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 0 ,\ldots.\]beta writes the infinite geometric sequence \[9, 6, 4, \frac{8}{3}, \frac{16}{9}, \ldots.\]gamma makes a sequence whose $n^{\text{th}}$ term is the product of the $n^{\text{th}}$ term of alpha's sequence and the $n^{\text{th}}$ term of beta's sequence: \[10\cdot 9 \quad,\quad 8\cdot 6\quad ,\quad 6\cdot 4\quad,\quad 4\cdot \frac83\quad,\quad 2\cdot \frac{16}{9}\quad,\quad \ldots.\]what is the sum of gamma's entire sequence?

Consecutive terms in the α sequence have a common difference of

8 - 10 = 6 - 8 = 4 - 6 = … = -2

so they are given recursively by

[tex]\begin{cases} \alpha_1 = 10 \\ \alpha_n = \alpha_{n-1} - 2 & \text{for } n\ge2 \end{cases}[/tex]

By substitution, we have

[tex]\alpha_n = \alpha_{n-1} - 2 \\\\ \alpha_n = \alpha_{n-2} - 2\cdot2 \\\\ \alpha_n = \alpha_{n-3} - 3\cdot2 \\\\ \vdots \\\\ \alpha_n = \alpha_{n-(n-1)} - (n-1)\cdot 2 = \alpha_1 - 2(n-1) = 12-2n[/tex]

Consecutive terms in the β sequence have a common ratio of

6/9 = 4/6 = (8/3)/4 = … = 2/3

so the recurrence for these terms is

[tex]\begin{cases} \beta_1 = 9 \\\\ \beta_n = \frac23 \beta_{n-1} & \text{for } n\ge2 \end{cases}[/tex]

We can solve for [tex]\beta_n[/tex] similarly:

[tex]\beta_n = \dfrac23 \beta_{n-1} \\\\ \beta_n = \left(\dfrac23\right)^2 \beta_{n-2} \\\\ \beta_n = \left(\dfrac23\right)^3 \beta_{n-3} \\\\ \vdots \\\\ \beta_n = \left(\dfrac23\right)^{n-1} \beta_{n-(n-1)} = \left(\dfrac23\right)^{n-1} \beta_1 = \dfrac{2^{n-1}}{3^{n-1}} \cdot 3^2 = \dfrac{2^{n-1}}{3^{n-3}}[/tex]

The γ sequence has [tex]n[/tex]-th term

[tex]\gamma_n = \alpha_n \beta_n = (12-2n) \dfrac{2^{n-1}}{3^{n-3}} = (108-18n) \left(\dfrac23\right)^{n-1}[/tex]

and we want to compute

[tex]\displaystyle \sum_{n=1}^\infty \gamma_n = 108 \sum_{n=1}^\infty \left(\frac23\right)^{n-1} - 18 \sum_{n=1}^\infty n \left(\frac23\right)^{n-1}[/tex]

Recall the sum of an infinite geometric series with common ratio [tex]|r|<1[/tex] converges to

[tex]\displaystyle \sum_{n=1}^\infty r^{n-1} = \frac1{1-r}[/tex]

so that

[tex]\displaystyle \sum_{n=1}^\infty \left(\frac23\right)^{n-1} = \frac1{1-\frac23} = 3[/tex]

For the remaining sum, we can use the method shown in question [24494877] to compute

[tex]\displaystyle \sum_{n=1}^\infty nr^{n-1} = \frac1{(1-r)^2}[/tex]

which gives

[tex]\displaystyle \sum_{n=1}^\infty n \left(\frac23\right)^{n-1} = \frac1{\left(1-\frac23\right)^2} = 9[/tex]

Then the infinite sum of the terms of γ converges to

[tex]\displaystyle \sum_{n=1}^\infty \gamma_n = 108 \cdot 3 - 18 \cdot 9 = \boxed{162}[/tex]

Ian is ordering a taxi from an online taxi service. The taxi charges $2.50 just for the pickup and then an additional $1.25 per mile driven. How much would a taxi ride cost if Ian is riding for 2 miles? How much would a taxi ride cost that is mm miles long?

It would cost him $ 5 to cover a** distance** of 2 miles.

Amount charged by the taxi driver which is mandatory to be paid is $ 2.50

**Additional** amount charged by the driver is $1.25

Since Ian is driving 2 miles thus we can write it as follows :

2.50 + (1.25 × 2) = 2.50 + 2.5

= $5

The additional charges are basically the amount which is charged by the driver to cover a particular distance and thus this distance changes as the distance changes.

However the mandatory fees is constant and it never changes.

It would cost him $ 5 to cover a distance of 2 miles.

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a one way train ticket in the city costs $1.95. A monthly pass costs $50. For what numbers of rides should you buy the monthly pass?

For 26 rides in a month, a **monthly** pass should be made, while for rides less than 26 using a **one-way** ticket will be a cost-effective method

Cost of one way train ticket = $.195

Cost of monthly pass = $50

Monthly pass: It is a prepaid fare card good for one month of limitless travel. This saves cost and time in terms of commuting costs and time of getting the tickets issues

Let x represent the **number** of **rides** one takes

Formulating the equation we get:

Cost of one-way ticket*Number of rides = Cost of a **monthly** pass

= 1.95*x = 50

x = 25.64 or 26 rides

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Point Q has coordinates (5,6). If you rotate Q 90° about the origin, (0,0), what are the coordinates of Q′

The **coordinates **of the image after 90° about the **origin** is (6, -5)

A 90 **degrees rotation **denoted by R(90, 0) is a **rotation **that has the same effect as the 270 degrees **counterclockwise **of a figure.

The **coordinate **of the **point **is given as

(5, 6)

The **rotation** is given as 90° about the origin

So, we have

(x, y) => (y, -x)

Substitute (5, 6) in (x, y) => (y, -x)

So, we have

(5, 6) => (6, -5)

Hence, the **coordinates **of the **image **is (6, -5)

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10y-2y + 30 = 8y - 15 + 5

**Answer:**

No Solution

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Differentiate the function, f(x) = ln (2x + 4) with respect to x?

**Answer:**

f'(x) = [tex]\frac{1}{x+2}[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

using the chain rule to differentiate

f(x) = g(h(x)) , then

f'(x) = g'(x) × h'(x)

f(x) = ln(2x + 4) , then

f'(x) = [tex]\frac{1}{2x+4}[/tex] × [tex]\frac{d}{dx}[/tex] (2x + 4)

= [tex]\frac{1}{2x+4}[/tex] × 2

= [tex]\frac{2}{2x+4}[/tex]

= [tex]\frac{1}{x+2}[/tex]

rewrite cos^4 2x in terms of the first power of cosine.

cos2x = (1+cos(2x))/2

What is meant by first power of cosine?The** cosine** power is odd (n odd):** u = sin x **and **du = cos x dx** should be used. d** u = cos** To create an even number of** cosine powers**, replace dx with (a), canceling one power of cos x by substituting du. The Power Factor is the sine of the angle formed by Current and Voltage.

The ratio of the** length** of the side next to the angle to the length of the hypotenuse is known as the cosine, sometimes abbreviated as "cos." The ratio of the length of the side across from the angle to the length of the side next to it is called the **tangent**, which is frequently abbreviated as** "tan."**

cos2(2x) = (1+cos(4x))/2

cos4(2x)= [(1+cos(4x))/2]²

[tex]cos^{4}[/tex](2x) = [(1+cos(4x))/2]²

[tex]cos^{4}[/tex] (2x) = (1/4) × [1 + cos(4x)]²

[tex]cos^{4}[/tex](2x) = (1/4) × (1 + 2cos(4x) + cos²(4x))

[tex]cos^{4}[/tex](2x) = (1/4)*[1 + 2cos(4x) + (1 + cos(2x))/2]

[tex]cos^{4}[/tex](2x) = (1/4)*[1 + 2cos(4x) + (1/2)*(1 + cos(2x))]

[tex]cos^{4}[/tex](2x) = (1/8)*[2 + 4cos(4x) + 1 + cos(2x)]

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Give the circumference of a circle with a radius of 17 m.

**Answer:106.81**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**To find the Circumference of a circle you have to do is 2×**[tex]\pi[/tex]×17 which would give you 106.81.

*The* **circumference** *is the* **outline of the circle**, *it is the* **edge**;* in other words it is the* **perimeter of the circle.**

*To calculate* **the circumference of the circle, we apply the following formula:**

*We have that the*** radius is 17 meters**, and the **value of pi is 3.14**, *we ***substitute these data in the formula and solve:**

Simplify the expression √9x^3/25y^2 and please be sure to explain your steps! Thank you!

The value of the **expression **given as√9x^3/25y^2 is 3x^3/25y^2

**Expressions **are mathematical statements that are represented by variables, coefficients and operators

The **expression **is given as

√9x^3/25y^2

Evaluate the square root of 9

So, we have the following **equation**

√9x^3/25y^2 = 3x^3/25y^2

The above **expression **cannot be further simplified

Hence, the solution to the **expression **is 3x^3/25y^2

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George found that he blinked 85 times in 15 minutes. At this rate, how many seconds passed during the 51 blinks?

540 seconds

because 15 minutes is the same as 900 seconds you divide 900 by 85 to get

10.5882…. then you multiply that by 51 to get 540

because 15 minutes is the same as 900 seconds you divide 900 by 85 to get

10.5882…. then you multiply that by 51 to get 540

-Determine the equation of the line that passes through the point (9, -42)and is parallel to the line y = -5x + 1.Enter your answer in slope-intercept form.Pls see picture

Two parallel lines have the same slope. Given the equation of one of the lines, you can determine the slope of the other line:

[tex]y=-5x+1[/tex]The slope of the line is the coefficient of the x-term, in this case, that coefficient is -5. Then the slope of both parallel lines is m= -5.

The line you have to find must cross through the point (9,-42). Using the point-slope form you can determine the equation of the parallel line:

[tex]y-y_1=m(x-x_1)[/tex]Where

m is the slope of the line

(x₁,y₁) are the coordinates of one point of the line:

[tex]\begin{gathered} y-(-42)=-5(x-9) \\ y+42=-5(x-9) \end{gathered}[/tex]To write the equation in slope-intercept form, the first step is to distribute the multiplication on the parentheses term:

[tex]\begin{gathered} y+42=(-5)\cdot x+(-5)\cdot(-9) \\ y+42=-5x+45 \end{gathered}[/tex]Subtract 42 to both sides of the expression to pass the term to the right side of the equal sign:

[tex]\begin{gathered} y+42-42=-5x+45-42 \\ y=-5x+3 \end{gathered}[/tex]**The equation of the line is y= -5x + 3**

Do number 12 and 13 please thank you!!

12. The statement ' x+3 = 9' is ** true sometimes.**

**How is this explained?**

Let x= **6**,

6 + 3 = **9 (true)**

Let **x= 5** ,

5 + 3 = **8 (not true)**

13.** Option c**. The statement 'multiplicative inverse of a number is less than the original number'** **is **true for all numbers greater than 1.**

**How is this explained?**

Let us consider some numbers,

**a) 1 **

The multiplicative inverse of 1 = 1

**Thus,** multiplicative inverse of this number is** not less than **the original number.

**b) 2 (greater than 1)**

The multiplicative inverse of 2 = 1/2

multiplicative inverse of this number is** less than the original number.**

**c) 8/7 (greater than 1)**

The multiplicative inverse of 8/7 = 7/8

Here, multiplicative inverse of this number is** less than the original number.**

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a mail carrier randomly inspects every 20th letter being mailed. out of 600 letters in the sample, 3 were open. there were 18,000 letters being mailed. make an inference about the number of all the letters being mailed that were open

90 letters out of the **inspected** sample of 900 letters will be found to be **open**

Inspection is done by mail **carrier** for every 20th letter

Inspection rate = 1/20*100 = 5%

It is a form of inspection where a sample of the same unit's manufactured goods, produced using the same procedures, is taken and examined, as opposed to the entire unit being examined. In general, the unit relates to the lot, and the lot determines whether the things are acceptable or rejectable.

Number of **letters** found open in 600 letters = 3 letters

Rate of letter found **open** = 3/600*100 = 0.5%

The sample being mailed = 18000 letters

Number of letters that were inspected for being open = 5% of 18000 = 900

letters

The number of letters found open = 0.5% of 18000 = 90

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Find the circumference and area of the figure if each unit on the graph measures 1 centimeter Round answers to the nearest tenth, if necessary

A(2,3)

B(4,1)

**Circumference** of the circle = 17.8 units

**Area** of the circle = 25.1 square unit

An irregular** plane** figure is a **circle**. Every point on the circle is equally **distant** from the circle's fixed center. It has a radius of 1, making it a 2D shape. The Latin word "circulus," which means "little ring," is the source of the English word "circle."

Formula to get the **circumference of a circle** = 2πr

Where r = radius of the circle

**Radius** of the given circle = **Distance** between the points A(2, 3) and B(4, 1)

r = [tex]\sqrt{(2-4)^{2} +(3-1)^{2} }[/tex]

r = 2√2units

Therefore, circumference = 2π(2√2)

= 17.77

≈ 17.8 units

**Area** of the circle = πr²

= π(2√2)²

= 8π

= 25.13

≈ 25.1 square unit

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A pile of sand has a weight of 65 kg.

Some of the sand is put into a small sack.

The rest of the sand is put into a large sack.

The sand in the large sack weighs 15 kg more than the sand in the small sack.

What is the weight of the sand in the small sack?

**Answer:**

25 kg

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The sum of the weights of the **small and large sacks is 65 kg**. The **larger sack weighs 15 kg more**. You want the **weight** of the **smaller sack**.

Let w represent the weight of the sand in the small sack. Then (w+15) is the weight of the sand in the larger sack. The total weight is 65 kg, so we have ...

w +(w+15) = 65

SolutionSubtracting 15 from both sides gives ...

2w = 50

w = 25

**The weight of the sand in the small sack is 25 kg**.

X-3 is a factor of x³+ax²–2x+3

**Answer:X-3 is a factor of x³+ax²–2x+3**

**Step-by-step explanation:X-3 is a factor of x³+ax²–2x+3 **

** **

**p(x)=x **

**3**

** −ax **

**2**

** +2x+a−1**

**⇒ p(a)=(a) **

**3**

** −a(a) **

**2**

** +2(a)+a−1**

**⇒ 0=a **

** +2a+a−1=0**

**⇒ 3a−1=0**

**⇒ 3a=1 a= **

**3**

**1**

****

Ms. Juhal was making t-shirts. One of the designs had the instructions to make points at the following locations and then draw lines to connect the points in order: A (-5,5) ; B (-5,3) ; C (-5,1) ; and D (2,1) . ⦁ Use graph paper to plot the points. ⦁ Connect them in order: A to B, B to C, C to D, and then D back to A. What shape is created?

HELP PLS

Identify that the **shape** created is a **Triangle**.

For this exercise it is important to remember that, given a point P (x , y), "x" is the the **x-coordinate** of the point and "y" is the** y-coordinate** of the point.

In this case, Ms. Juhal has the following points:

1) Point A (-5 , 5)

x = -5 and y = 5

2) Point B (-5 , 3)

Where:

x = -5 band y = 3

3) Point C (-5 , 1)

x = -5 and y = 1

4) Point D (2,1)

Where:

x = 2 and y = 1

Therefore, knowing the **coordinates** of each point, you can plot them and connect them in order (Observe the picture attached).

Finally, you can identify that the **shape** created is a **Triangle**.

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can someone explain functions to me please I don't get it.

Functions are special relaionships that connect an element of one set of numbers, with one element in another set of numbers.

The most comon way to represent functions is connecting elements of a set of Real numbers called the "Domain", to another number in a set called the Range (and whose elements are identified with the letter "y")

Using math operations one can relate x values with y values via an equation of the type:

y = 2 x - 5

where you have a mathematical form of that relationship, that allows you to know given the value of one member (x) of the Domain what number is associated with it in the Range.

For example, try the number x = 0

and see which y number connects with it:

y = 2 (0) - 5 = 0 - 5 = -5

Then you say that the number 0 in the Domain connects with the number -5 in the Range.

This relationship can also be given with coordinate pairs of the form:

(x, y) mentioning in the first position (where the x is), the number in the Domain that connects to the "y" number of the Range). The y goes in the second place. so for example in the relationship we found above, x = 0 connects with y=-5, you would have a shortcut way to write it as the pair: (0, -5) that tells you which x connects with which y.

The functions can also be given in graph form by plotting the relationship between members of the Domain and the Range on the plane. Graphing a point in the plane location that corresponds to the connected x and y values (like you do in the game "battlefield" when you locate ships on the board.

I know this is very general, but hopefully you got the idea ofa function as a special relationship between numbers, and that they can be expressed in different fashions.

Cody biked a total of 22 kilometers

by making 11 trips to work. How

many trips will Cody have to make to

bike a total of 30 kilometers?

**Answer: 15**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

This is the answer because 22 divided by 11 equals 2 kilometer each trip to work so 30 kilometer divided by 2 is 15.

Pls help!

if you have to work it out pls work it out my teacher will be mad if no work!

**Answer:**

1st one: 50%, 0.5, 1/2

2nd one: 25%, 0.25, 1/4

3rd one: 18%, 0.18, 9/50

4th one: 10%, 0.1, 1/10

5th one: 20%, 0.2, 1/5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Hope this helps!

Help please

I don’t understand

**1) Let the value of yellow circles = x**

**Let the value of green butterflies = y**

Consider the left string,

3x + y = 15 ----(1)

Consider the right string,

x + 2y = 15 ----(2)

Let us solve the **linear equations**

(1) *2 => 6x+ 2y = 30 ---(3)

(3) - (2) => 6x+ 2y = 30 - ( x + 2y = 15)

=> 5x = 15

** **=> **x = 3**

Substituting x in (1)

3(3) + y = 15

y = 15- 9

**y = 6**

The value of yellow circles** = 3**

The value of green butterflies** = 6 **

**2) Let the yellow circles = c**

**Let the green butterflies = b**

The** linear equations** that could be formed are:

a) Left string equation:

**3c+b = 15**

b) Right string equation:

**2b +c = 15**

c) Equation of both strings:

**4c +3b = 30**

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I need help with this question

The **proportional relationship** modeled by** Table A** is **graphed **on the image given at the end of the answer.

A direct proportional relationship is defined when the output variable y is calculated with the **multiplication **of the input variable x and the constant of proportionality r as follows:

y = rx.

The **meaning **of this is that a proportional relationship is only represented when the division of y by x for all pairs of points (x,y) are the same.

Hence, the proportional relationship in this problem is represented by **table A**, as:

r = 10/5 = 8/4 = 6/3 = 2/1.

Hence the **equation **is:

y = 2x.

For **table B**, a proportional relationship is not shown, as:

3/1 is different of 4/2.

The** graph **containing the points listed on table A are given at the end of the answer.

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Pls help me how did I get the question wrong

**Answer:**

see explanation

**Step-by-step explanation:**

the equation of a line (linear equation) has slope- intercept form

y = mx + c ( m is the slope (gradient)) and c the y- intercept )

y = 12 + 2x or y = 2x + 12 ← is in slope- intercept form

with gradient m = 2

--------------------------------------------------------

the only graphs in linear form are

y = [tex]\frac{1}{2}[/tex] x and y = 12 - x

the other 2 have an x² term which indicates they are quadratic

can someone help me with this

**Answer: Slope intercept from is y= 4/13x-5/13**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Question 5 (1 point)

(03.06 MC)

Use function notation to write a recursive formula to represent the sequence: 3, 6, 12, ...

The **recursive formula **is **f(n - 1) . 3**

The **correct **option is (c)

What are **Recursive Formula ?**

A recursive formula refers to a formula that defines each term of a sequence using the **preceding term(s)**. The recursive formulas define the following parameters:

Given,

The **sequence **is:

3, 6 , 12 ....

To find the **recursive formula **of above sequence :

Now, The first term is 3.

Recursive formula is :

**f(n - 1) . 3**

Hence, The **recursive formula **is **f(n - 1) . 3**

The **correct **option is (c)

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Determine the unknown angle in the triangle pictured below:

An unknown angle can be found by acknowledging that all angles combined in a triangle makes 180.

So this means that

79 + 41 + x = 180

120 + x = 180

X = 60

So this means that

79 + 41 + x = 180

120 + x = 180

X = 60

Answer: x=60 have a good day

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To find f o g replace the x in f(x) by g(x) and simplify.

F o g = (1 /1+x)^2 + 1/1+x

= ( 1 + 1 + x) / (1+ x)^2

= (2 + x) / (1 + x)^2

Domain is all real x (x not = -1).

F o g = (1 /1+x)^2 + 1/1+x

= ( 1 + 1 + x) / (1+ x)^2

= (2 + x) / (1 + x)^2

Domain is all real x (x not = -1).

For a certain airline, flight attendants need to be between 63 and 73 inches tall. Which of the following absolute value equations can be used to represent these minimum and maximum heights

Flight attendants for one carrier must be between 63 and 73 inches tall. The **absolute **value equations from the list below can be used to express these minimum and maximum **heights **is |x+68|<5.

Given that,

Flight attendants for one carrier must be between 63 and 73 inches tall.

We have to find what **absolute **value equations from the list below can be used to express these minimum and maximum **heights**.

In algebra, an **absolute **value function is a function where the variable is inside the bars denoting absolute values. The **absolute **value function is also known as the modulus function, and its most popular representation is function of x = |x|, where x is a real number. The **absolute **value function is typically written as function of x = a |x - h| + k, where a denotes the vertical stretch of the graph, h denotes the horizontal shift, and k denotes the vertical shift from the graph of function of x = |x|.

Therefore, The **absolute **value equations from the list below can be used to express these minimum and maximum **heights **is |x+68|<5.

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Eugene is deciding between two payment plans when purchasing a new car. If Eugene chooses payment plan A, he will pay $429.47 a month for 36 months for the car. If Eugene chooses payment plan B, he will pay $340.89 a month for 48 months for the car. How much money will Eugene save on the car overall if he chooses payment plan A?

Eugene will **save** **$901.8** on the car overall if he chooses payment **plan A**.

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Please help and provide an explanation for why the answer is f(x) = 3/2x + 7What is the equation of the line that passes through Point (-4, 1) and has a Slope of 3/2.
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selling stock with commissions at your full-service brokerage firm, it costs $135 per stock trade. how much money do you receive after selling 200 shares of ralph lauren (rl), which trades at $85.28? multiple choice $16,516 $17,056 $17,191 $16,921
A local building code requires that all factories must be surrounded by a lawn. The width of the lawn must be uniform and the area of the lawn must be equal to the area of the factory. What must be the width of a lawn surrounding a rectangular that measures 120 m by 80 m?PLEASE HELP
A hockey stick 1.1 m long completes a swing in 0.15 seconds through a range of 85. Assume a uniform angular velocity. What is the linear distance moved by the end of the stick? What is the tangential velocity of the end of the stick?
You pick a card at random. Without putting the first card back, you pick a second card at random.4567What is the probability of picking an even number and then picking an even number?Simplify your answer and write it as a fraction or whole number.
write a short paragraph using any four proverbs.
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Sue has an issue with her best friend. Rather than state the problem directly, sue talks indirectly about the issue so her friend wont be embarrassed. With which type of cultural affiliation does sue most likely identify?.
select all that apply sparky's incorrectly included inventory that was on consignment in its ending inventory count. consequently, the ending inventory was overstated on the balance sheet. explain how this error will affect this year's income statement. (check all that apply.) multiple select question. this year's net income will be too low. this year's cost of goods sold will be too high. this year's cost of goods sold will be too low. this year's net income will be too high.
pls help. this is so confusing on how to find the p=S(t)=r+i part of the word problem.
The length of each side of triangle LMN is shown below.LM = 18 cmMN = 29 cmLN = 20 cmWhich list shows the angles of triangle LMN in order from least measure to greatest measure?
What was a result of the Great Awakening in the American colonies?ResponsesIt maintained traditional European culture.It maintained traditional European culture.It encouraged ordinary people to connect directly with God.It encouraged ordinary people to connect directly with God.It put less emphasis on going to church.It put less emphasis on going to church.It encouraged colonists to practice rationalism.
How did the British government respond when colonists organized protests against its new policies?3 of 3 QUESTIONS It called on France to attack the colonies.It removed British troops from the colonies. It shut down colonial governments. it increased colonial influence in Parliament.
x f(x) 5 1 4 0 3 1 2 2 1 3 0 4 1 5 2 6 3 7 What are the vertex and range of the function?
Which graph correctly represents ? 1/5y - 1/2x > 2
Please need asappp Graphs of inverse functions