(4, 0) and (0, 2)

**Answer:**

Equation of line is given as y = mx + c, where m is the gradient and c is the y-intercept.

First find the gradient. Formula for gradient is given as (y2-y1)÷(x2-x1) or (y1-y2)÷(x1-x2).

Gradient = (2-0)÷(0-4) = -1/2

Equation of line is y = -1/2x + c

Substitute either one of the points into the equation to find c.

0 = -1/2(4) + c

c = 2

Hence, the equation of the line is y = -1/2x + 2.

A person invests $6,750 in an account that earns 5.25% annual interest compounded continuously. Findwhen the value of the investment reaches $15,000. If necessary round to the nearest tenth.The investment will be reach $15,000 in approximatelyyears.

[tex]\begin{gathered} \text{Given} \\ A=15000 \\ P=6750 \\ r=5.25\%\rightarrow0.0525 \end{gathered}[/tex]

Recall the formula for the Future value of a principal amount, compounded continuously.

[tex]\begin{gathered} A=Pe^{rt} \\ \text{where} \\ A\text{ is the Future Value} \\ P\text{ is the Principal amount} \\ r\text{ is the rate in decimals} \\ t\text{ is time in years} \end{gathered}[/tex]Rearrange the equation so that we can solve for time t.

[tex]\begin{gathered} A=Pe^{rt}^{} \\ \frac{A}{P}=\frac{Pe^{rt}}{P} \\ \frac{A}{P}=e^{rt} \\ e^{rt}=\frac{A}{P} \\ \ln e^{rt}=\ln \mleft(\frac{A}{P}\mright) \\ rt\ln e^{}=\ln \mleft(\frac{A}{P}\mright) \\ rt^{}=\ln \mleft(\frac{A}{P}\mright) \\ \frac{rt}{r}=\frac{\ln (\frac{A}{P})}{r} \\ t=\frac{\ln(\frac{A}{P})}{r} \end{gathered}[/tex]Now substitute the following given and we have

[tex]\begin{gathered} t=\frac{\ln(\frac{A}{P})}{r} \\ t=\frac{\ln (\frac{15000}{6750})}{0.0525} \\ t=\frac{\ln (\frac{20}{9})}{0.0525} \\ t=15.2096704\text{ years} \end{gathered}[/tex]Rounding the answer to the nearest tenth, the investment will reach $15000**, in approximately 15.2 years**.

HELP ASAP Determine the values of x in the equation x2 = 81.

x = −9

x = ±9

x = ±40.5

x = 40.5

The value of x in the given **quadratic equation **are; +9 and -9.

A **quadratic equation **is the second-order degree algebraic **expression **in a **variable**. An equation of degree 2 containing a single variable is known as the quadratic equation. Its **general **form is ax² + bx + c = 0 , where variables are x and **constants **are a, b, and c.

As **equation **is x²= 81

Taking **square root **on both sides;

⇒ √x² = √81

⇒ X = ± 9

Thus the **value **of X is ± 9

Hence, The **roots **of the given **quadratic equation **are; +9 and -9.

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Mrs. Smith spent $50 more at a store than mrs. Jones. Combined they spent at most $250. What is the most they each could have spent?

By working with **inequalities**, we will see that:

Let's define:

S = amount that Mrs. Smith spent.J = amount that Mrs. Jones spentWe know that Mrs. Smith spent $50 more at a store than Mrs. Jones, then:

S = J + 50

And together they spent at most $250, then:

S + J ≤ 250

Now, replacing the **equation **in the **inequality**, we get:

(J + 50) + J ≤ 250

2*J + 50 ≤ 250

2*J ≤ 250 - 50

2*J ≤ 200

J ≤ 200/2

J ≤ 100

So Mrs. Jones spent at most 100 dollars.

And Mrs Smith spent $50 more than that, so we can write the **inequality**.

50 ≤ S ≤ 150

She spends between $50 and $150.

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A cyclist rides her bike at a rate of 8 miles per hour. What is this rate in kilometers per hour? How many kilometers will the cyclist travel in 2 hours? In your computations, assume that 1 mile is equal to 1.6 kilometers. Do not round your answers. Rate:km/hDistance traveled in 2 hours:km

Given:

1 mile = 1.6 km

So, 8 miles per hour in kilometers per hour is given by:

[tex]\frac{1}{8}=\frac{1.6}{x}[/tex]Where x = # of kilometers

So, solve for x:

[tex]\begin{gathered} x\cdot1=1.6\cdot8 \\ x=12.8 \end{gathered}[/tex]This is 12.8 km per hour

Next, the distance traveled in 2 hours is:

[tex]rate=\frac{distance}{time}\rightarrow distance=rate\times time[/tex]Substitute the values:

[tex]distance=12.8\times2=25.6[/tex]**Answer: **

Rate: 12.8 km/h

Distance traveled in 2 hours: 25.6 km

I need this answered From my prep guid, pre calc

**Given:**

The equation of the ellipse is,

[tex]\frac{(x-2)^2}{36}+\frac{(y+3)^2}{12}=1[/tex]**Explanation:**

The general equation of ellipse with center (h,k) is,

[tex]\frac{(x-h)^2}{a^2}+\frac{(y-k)^2}{b^2}=1[/tex]The center of te given ellipse is (2,-3).

Determine the value of a and b.

[tex]\begin{gathered} a=\sqrt[]{36} \\ =6 \end{gathered}[/tex][tex]\begin{gathered} b=\sqrt[]{12} \\ =2\sqrt[]{3} \end{gathered}[/tex]The value of a is more than b. so major axis is horiontal and minor axis is vertical.

The coordinates of endpoints of major axis are,

[tex](2+6,3)=(8,-3)[/tex]and

[tex](2-6,3)=(-4,-3)[/tex]The coordinates of endpoints of minor axis,

[tex](2,-3+2\sqrt[]{3})[/tex]and

[tex](2,-3-2\sqrt[]{3})[/tex]or we can expressed coordinates of endpoints of minor axis as,

[tex](2,-3\pm2\sqrt[]{3})[/tex]Can someone pls help me find the equation for the arithmetic sequence and help me fill out the graph

**Solution**

- The question gives us the following arithmetic sequence:

[tex]t(n+1)=t(n)-4[/tex]- We are asked to write out the explicit function for the sequence.

- To do this, we simply write out the terms of the sequence. After this, we would determine the common difference of the sequence.

- We will use the common difference to find the first term of the sequence and then use the formula below to find the explicit form of the arithmetic sequence:

[tex]\begin{gathered} t(m)=a+(m-1)d \\ \text{where,} \\ a=\text{first term of the sequence} \\ d=\text{common difference} \\ m=\text{ number of terms} \\ \\ (\text{Note that: }m=n+1\text{, since the formula starts assumes that the sequence starts from the 1st term not zeroth term} \end{gathered}[/tex]- We have been given that the second term of the sequence is 10. We would also use this term to form our sequence.

[tex]\begin{gathered} \text{Let n=2} \\ \text{The formula becomes} \\ t(2+1)=t(2)-4 \\ t(3)=t(2)-4 \\ \\ \text{But we know that }t(2)=10 \\ \therefore t(3)=10-4 \\ t(3)=6 \\ \\ \text{Let n=3} \\ t(3+1)=t(3)-4 \\ t(4)=6-4 \\ t(4)=2 \\ \\ \text{Let n=4} \\ t(4+1)=t(4)-4 \\ t(5)=2-4 \\ t(5)=-2 \\ \\ \text{Thus, we can write out the terms of the sequence as follows:} \\ \ldots,t(2),t(3),t(4),t(5),\ldots=\ldots10,6,2,-2\ldots \\ \\ \text{ We can observe that the common difference is -4 since,} \\ 6-10=-4 \\ 2-6=-4 \\ -2-2=-4 \\ \text{And so on}\ldots \\ \\ \text{Thus, we can trace our sequence back to its first term as follows:} \\ t(2)-t(1)=-4 \\ 10-t(1)=-4 \\ \text{Subtract 10 from both sides} \\ -t(1)=-4-10 \\ \therefore t(1)=14 \\ \\ t(1)-t(0)=-4 \\ 14-t(0)=-4 \\ \text{Subtract 14 from both sides} \\ -t(0)=-4-14=-18 \\ \therefore t(0)=18. \\ \\ \text{Thus, the first term }t(0)=18 \end{gathered}[/tex]- Let us now apply the formula for the nth term of a sequence to find the explicit formula:

[tex]\begin{gathered} first\text{ term =}t(0)=a=18 \\ \text{common difference}=d=-4 \\ t(m)=a+(m-1)d \\ \\ t(m)=18+(m-1)(-4) \\ \text{Expand the bracket} \\ t(m)=18+m(-4)-1(-4) \\ t(m)=18-4m+4 \\ \\ \therefore t(m)=22-4m \\ \\ \text{Let us write the sequence in terms of n} \\ m=n+1 \\ t(n)=22-4(n+1) \\ t(n)=22-4n-4 \\ t(n)=18-4n \\ \\ \text{Thus, the explicit function is:} \\ t(n)=18-4n \end{gathered}[/tex]- With the above formula, we can proceed to populate the table. Let us use the formula to calculate all the terms for each value of n.

[tex]\begin{gathered} t(n)=18-4n \\ \\ \text{when n = 0} \\ t(0)=18-4(0) \\ t(0)=18 \\ \\ \text{when n= 1} \\ t(1)=18-4(1) \\ t(1)=14 \\ \\ \text{when n=2} \\ t(2)=18-4(2) \\ t(2)=10 \\ \\ \text{when n = 3} \\ t(3)=18-4(3) \\ t(3)=18-12=6 \\ \\ \text{when n = 4} \\ t(4)=18-4(4) \\ t(4)=2 \\ \\ \text{when n = 5} \\ t(5)=18-4(5) \\ t(5)=-2 \end{gathered}[/tex]- On the table, we have the values filled in below:

**Final Answer**

**The explicit form of the sequence is:**

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Luna brought all her savings with her to Rome, in euros. For the first week, she spent the same amount of money each day. The table shows how much Luna had left at the end of each day. What was the initial value of Luna's savings? Day Euros ? 315 1 2 280 3 245 4 210 5 175 6 140 7 105 35 euros 315 euros 80 euros 350 euros

every day she spent $35, if after 1 day she still have $315, the day before that she had $315+$35=$350

Therefore, the initial value was $350

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**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Substitute a and b with 1/4 and 6

5b/ 32a^2

5(6)/ 32(1/4)^2

30/32(1.96)

30/62.72

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Determine the continuity at x = 2. Be sure to clearly state your reasoning. fastest answer get ranked brainliest

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The slant height and the base of the cone are in the ratio 2:1. If the radius of the cone is 145cm. What is the total surface area of the cone?

The most appropriate choice for **cone** and **total surface area** of** cone **will be given by-

**Total surface area **of the **cone** is [tex]198235.71 cm^2[/tex]

**What is cone and total surface area of cone?**

**Cone **is a 3 dimensional figure whose** base** is a **circle** and **upper surface **finally converge to a **point. **

**Cone** is obtained by** revolving** a **right angled triangle** about one of its legs.

**Total surface area **of the** cone **is the sum of **curved surface area** of the **cone** and the** area** of the **base **of the **cone.**

If r is the **radius** of the **base** of the **cone **and l is the **slant height** of the **cone**, then **total surface area **of the **cone** will be given by

[tex]\pi r(r+l)[/tex]

Here

Ratio of the slant height and radius of base of the cone = 2:1

Radius = 145cm

Slant height = [tex]145 \times 2[/tex]

= 290 cm

Total surface area of cone = [tex]\pi r(r+l)\\[/tex]

= [tex]\frac{22}{7} \times 145\times (145+290)\\[/tex]

= [tex]\frac{22}{7} \times 145 \times 435[/tex]

= [tex]198235.71 cm^2[/tex]

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The slant height and the radius of base of the cone are in the ratio 2:1. If the radius of the cone is 145cm. What is the total surface area of the cone?

which number is a rational number?A. √3B. √36C. √7D. π

We have to identify the rational number.

Any number that can be expressed as a fraction is a rational number.

In this case the options are:

**A.** The **square root of 3**. This does not have a solution with finite number of decimals, so it can not be expressed as a fraction. Then, it is not rational.

**B.** The **square root of 36**, unlike the square root of 3, does have a rational solution: 6. So the square root of 36 is a rational number.

**C.** The **square root of 7**. This does not have a solution with finite number of decimals, so it can not be expressed as a fraction. Then, it is not rational.

**D.** The number **π** has an infinite number of decimals, so it can not be represented as a fraction. Thn, it is not a rational number.

**nswer: O√36 [ption B]**

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**Answer:**

=1/1024

**Step-by-step explanation:**

4^-5

=1/4^5

=1/1024

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Answer. =1/1024.

Here is it step-by-step:

4^-5

=1/4^5

and 1/1=1024

Here is it step-by-step:

4^-5

=1/4^5

and 1/1=1024

Look Ahead To find the new temperature, you found the sum of a positive anda negative integer. You can use a number line to help you think about addinga. During the day, the temperature at another weather station is 4°C. Overnight,it changes by-9°C Enrico models the situation on the number line below.Hasina says she can model it with one arrow. How can she model the situationLook Back whalHow do you know?positive and negative numbers.with just one arrow?434520 1-3 -2 -1

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The tape diagram represents the ratio of your monthly allowance to your friend's monthly allowance. The monthly allowances total $72.How much is each allowance?

you [][][][][]

friend[][][][]

The **allowance **of each person is

From the question, the **tape diagram **that can be used in our computation is given as

you [][][][][]

friend[][][][]

Counting the number of **boxes**, we have

You = 5

Friend = 4

Next, we represent the **boxes** as a **ratio**

So, we have

You : Friend = 5 : 4

This means that

You = 5/9 * Total allowance

Friend = 4/9 * Total allowance

From the question, we have

Total allowance = $72

Substitute the known values in the above equation

So, we have the following equation

You = 5/9 * 72

Friend = 4/9 * 72

Evaluate the products

You = 40

Friend = 32

Hence, the amount of each person's **allowance **is $40 and $32, respectively

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From the diagram below, what is the measure of the angle of depression from point A

The angle of depression is the angle between the horizontal line and the observation of the object from the horizontal line.

From point A, point B is observed with an angle of 45 down from the top of the tree to the ground.

Thus, the angle of depression is 45°

How do scatter plots and histograms differ from line graphs?

None of the above

All three are used synonymously

Scatter plots and histograms show trends, or how data changes over time while line

graphs show how data is distributed.

Scatter plots and histograms show how data is distributed while line graphs show

trends, or how data changes over time.

**Answer: Scatter plots, to show relationships among numerical variables. Line graphs, to show change over time. Histograms, to show data distributions.**

**Step-by-step explanation: I looked it up **

What percent of 90 is 200?

45.00% because the total answers count 200- its 100% so we get to divide 1% value divide 200 by 100 to get 2.00 next calculate the percentage of 90: divide 90 by 1% value(2.00) and you get 45.00%

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The value of **(x) **will be** equal** to → **x = 16 - K.**

What is the perimeter?

Perimeter is the measure of the **length** of the **boundary** of any **two dimensional** shape.

Given is a **quadrilateral** with its sides given.

The **perimeter** of this quadrilateral will be the **sum** of the **length** of its sides. Since, in the question, the final** value** of **perimeter **is not given, therefore we will assume it as **K**. The** perimeter **will be equal to -

(7x - 1) + (- 8x - 5x) + (6x + 13) + (4 - x) = K

7x - 1 - 8x - 5x + 6x + 13 + 4 - x = K

16 - x = K

**x = 16 - K**

Therefore, the value of **(x) **will be** equal** to → **x = 16 - K.**

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Achromycin is to be administered 11mg per pound in 4 equal doses to a patient weighing 34kg. Oral suspension is available 125mg per 5mL. How many millilitres should you give per dose? Use 1 kg = 2.2 lbs and round your final answer to 1 decimal place.

We are told that 11 mg of Achromycin per patient pound must be administered, we are also given the weight of the patient as 34 kg, in order to properly use this weight we must convert it from kg to pounds by multiplying the weight in kg by 2.2, like this:

34×2.2 = 74.8

Then, the patient weight is 74.8 lbs, by multiplying this by the 11 mg per pound of Achromycin that have to be administered we can determine the mg of Achromycin, like this:

74.8×11 = 822.8

Then, 822.8 mg of Achromycin has to be administered, by dividing this amount by 4, we can determine the amount for each dose:

822.8/4 = 205.7

Then 205.7 mg are given per dose, since 5 mL contains 125 mg, we can take the ratio of mL to mg to get:

5/125 = 1/25

By multiplying the above ratio by 205.7 we can determine the milliliters that should be given per dose, like this:

205.7×1/25 = 8.2

Then, **8.2 mL must be given per dose**

a crew can clear 1/2 ton of dirt in 30 minutes. how many tons can they clear in 4 hours

**Answer: 4 tons**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Since the crew can clear 1/2 ton in 30 minutes, 4 hours has eight 30 minutes, which means that 8x1/2 = 4

**Answer: 4 tons**

**Step-by-step explanation: **

**30 minutes multiplied by 2 is 1 hour and 1 half times 2 is 1 ton, so the crew can clear one ton every hour. 4 hours times 1 ton is 4 tons an hour.**

Fill in the blank to correctly complete the sentence.

Consider the following function.

f(x)

=

2x4+6x3−4x2+2x+12

=

x−2)2x3+10x2+16x+34+80

By inspection, we can state that f(2)=

The **value **of f(2) would be 80 which is determined by **substituting **the value of x = 2in the given **function **f(x) = (x −2)(2x³ + 10x² + 16x + 34) + 80.

The function is defined as a mathematical **expression **that defines a relationship between one **variable **and another variable.

The given **function **below is:

f(x) = 2x⁴ + 6x³ −4x² +2x + 12

f(x) = (x −2)(2x³ + 10x² + 16x + 34) + 80

We have to determine the value of f(2).

⇒ f(x) = (x −2)(2x³ + 10x² + 16x + 34) + 80

Substitute the **value **of x = 2 in the given **function**,

⇒ f(x) = (2 −2)(2(2)³ + 10(2)² + 16(2) + 34) + 80

⇒ f(x) = (0)(2(2)³ + 10(2)² + 16(2) + 34) + 80

⇒ f(x) = 0 + 80

⇒ f(x) = 80

Therefore, the **value **of f(2) would be 80.

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The sales tax in Arizona is 7.5%. The price tag on a T-shirt in Arizona says $11.50. What is the sales tax, in dollars, for this item?

**Answer:**

**$0.8625**

**Explanation:**

The sales tax for the t-shirt will be 7.5% of the price. So, 7.5% of $11.50 can be calculated as:

[tex]\text{ \$11.50 }\times\text{ 7.5\% = 11.50}\times\frac{7.5}{100}=\text{ \$0.8625}[/tex]So, the sales tax for this item is $0.8625

Use the inverse trigonometric keyson a calculator to find the measureof angle A

**ANSWER**

**A = 51°**

**EXPLANATION**

ABC is a right triangle. We know the length of the hypotenuse, AB = 44 m, and the length of the adjacent leg to angle A, AC = 28 m. To find the measure of angle A we have to use the cosine of that angle,

[tex]\cos A=\frac{AC}{AB}[/tex]Solving for A,

[tex]A=\cos^{-1}\left(\frac{AC}{AB}\right)[/tex]Replace with the known values and solve,

[tex]A=\cos^{-1}\left(\frac{28}{44}\right)=\cos^{-1}\left(\frac{7}{11}\right)\approx50.4788\degree\approx51\degree[/tex]Hence, **the measure of angle A is 51°**, rounded to the nearest whole number.

what is the lcm of the rational algebraic equation 6/x+x-3/4=2

The required **answer **would be (24 -3x - 4x²) / 4x = 0 which is the **lcm **of the **rational **algebraic **equation **6/x+x-3/4=2.

The **equation **is defined as mathematical statements that have a minimum of two terms containing **variables **or numbers that are equal.

The given equation below as:

⇒ 6/x + x - 3/4 = 2

We have to determine the **lcm **of the **rational **algebraic **equation**

⇒ 6/x + x - 3/4 = 2

Rearrange the term of 2 in the equation,

⇒ 6/x + x - 3/4 - 2 = 0

Take **LCM **in the above equation,

⇒ [tex]\dfrac{6\times4+x\times4x-3\times x -2 \times 4x}{4\times x}[/tex]

⇒ (24 + 4x² -3x - 8x²) / 4x = 0

Combine the likewise terms in the **numerator**,

⇒ (24 -3x - 4x²) / 4x = 0

Therefore, the required **answer **would be (24 -3x - 4x²) / 4x = 0.

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determine the answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.12 out of 52 cards in a deck are face cards.What percentage of cards in a deck are face cards?

**Total number of cards: 52**

**Number of face cards: 12**

To calculate the percentage that the face cards represent we need to **divide the number of face cards by the total number of cars, and then multiply by 100%:**

The first division 12/52 will give us the proportion that the face cards represent, and by multiplying that by 100 we find the percentage.

Solving the operations:

-solving the division

[tex]0.2308\times100[/tex]-solving the multiplication:

[tex]23.08[/tex]**The face cards represent 23.08%.**

Rounding to the nearest tenth of a percent (one decimal place):

[tex]\approx23.1[/tex]**Answer: 23.1%**

The entire graph of the function g is shown in the figure below.

Write the domain and range of g using interval notation.

(a) domain=

(b) range =

Domain = -5 (< or =) X (< or =) 3

Range = -3 (< or =) Y (< or =) 5

Range = -3 (< or =) Y (< or =) 5

Under his cell phone plan, Deion pays a flat cost of $39 per month and $4 per gigabyte. He wants to keep his bill at $49.40 per month. How many gigabytes of data can he use while staying within his budget?

**Answer:**

(49.4 - 39) / 4

= 10.4 / 4

= 2.6GB

**Step-by-step explanation:**

a student measures which method of taking notes improves grades more, using a computer or a pencil and paper. what type of study is described?Sample StudyExperiment Observational Study Cluster Study

Since the student is meausuring something we conclude that this is an experiment.

2 PointsMULTIPLE CHOICEQuestion 42: PracticeWhich statements are true for the decimals 0.04 and 0.004?Choose two correct answers.in Base TenA0.04 is 10 times as much as 0.004.B.0.04 is 100 times as much as 0.004.Etice Solvingс0.004 is 10 the amount of 0.04.uizD0.004 is 100 the amount of 0.04

From the question;

we are given the decimal numbers

[tex]0.04\text{ and 0.004}[/tex]If we consider dividing 0.04 by 0.004 we will have

[tex]\frac{0.04}{0.004}=10[/tex]Therefore, 0.04 is 10 times as much as 0.004

Also, if we consider dividing 0.004 by 0.04 we will get

[tex]\frac{0.004}{0.04}=0.1=\frac{1}{10}[/tex]Therefore, 0.004 is 1/10 the amount of 0.04

Hence

Given the decimals 0.04 and 0.004 we have

1. 0.04 is 10 times as much as 0.004

2. 0.004 is 1/10 the amount of 0.04

Real world compositionsShoe sizes are marked differently in many countries. In Japan, a shoe size is 16 more than the size in the United States. In Korea, a shoe size is 224 more than the size in Japan. Determine the function of the U.S. size of a shoe in terms of the shoe size in Korea. What is the U.S. shoe size of a shoe that is 250 in Korea? Solve using composite functions

To solve this exercise, we define the following variables:

• j = Japan size of shoes,

,• u = United Sates size of shoes,

,• k = Korea size of shoes.

From the statement of the problem, we know that:

0. In Japan, shoe size is 16 more than the size in the United States →, j = 16 + u,,

,1. In Korea, shoe size is 224 more than the size in Japan →, k = 224 + j.

We must find a function for the U.S. size of a shoe (u) in terms of the shoe size in Korea (k).

**1) **From point 1, we have:

**2) **From point 2, we have:

Replacing the expression of j in terms of k in the expression of u, we get:

[tex]u=j-16=(k-224)-16=k-240.[/tex]Replacing the value k = 250 in the last equation, we get:

[tex]u=250-240=10.[/tex]**Answer**

The U.S. shoe size of a shoe that is 250 in Korea is equal to **10**.

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Does Doris change in a fundamental way over the course of the story?No, Doris keeps crying herself to sleep every night.Yes, because Doris does not get to keep the dog.No, Doris stays obedient and warm-hearted throughout the story.Yes, because Doris accepts that her family cannot afford the dog. Please help me asap
determining that the amount of cash agrees with the accounting records is (a) posting. (b) journalizing. (c) proving cash. (d) none of these.
when planning a program to reduce the number of never events in an organization, the program planner should focus on the leading cause of never events, which is related to a problem with:
What is the value of the missing angle
Why are Roman numerals needed in the names of ionic compounds containing a metal that forms more than one type of ion? Type one contains a metal with a invariant charge-One that does not vary from one compound to another. Type two contains a metal with a charge that can differ in different compounds. Match the items in the left column to the appropriate blanks in the sentences on the right
Question 3 options:Premises:If you have a cat, then it will chase mice.You have a cat.Conclusion:Your cat will chase mice.The Law of ___________________________makes this argument true.
Let g(x) be the indicated transformation .Write the rule for g(x) Linear function defined in the table vertical translation down 2 units I will send you a picture
In a recent year, 31.4% of all registered doctors were female. If there were 47,300 female registered doctors that year, what was the total number of registered doctors?
which theory maintains that all people have the potential to violate the law, as modern society presents many opportunities for illegal activities that promise immediate reward and gratification?