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Parabola A can be represented using the equation (x + 3)2 = y, while Line B can be represented using the equation y = mx + 9. Isabel determines one solution to the system of two equations must always pass through the vertex of Parabola A. Which best describes the reasonableness of her solution? Isabel is correct because the y-intercept of Line B is (0, 9) and the value of y when x = 0 in Parabola A is 9. Isabel is correct because the y-intercept of Line B is (9, 0) and the value of x when y = 0 in Parabola A is 9. Isabel is incorrect because the point of intersection between Line B and Parabola A that can be determined is the y-intercept of the functions, not necessarily the vertex. Isabel is incorrect because the point of intersection between Line B and Parabola A that can be determined is the x-intercept of the functions, not necessarily the vertex.
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Which of the following reasons could be used to conclude that the lines are parallel based on the given information?If right angles are formed, then lines are parallel.If two lines are perpendicular to another line, then they are parallel.If alternate interior angles are equal, then lines are parallel.
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The profits of mr cash’s company is represented by the equation p(t)=-3t^2+18t-4, where p(t) is the amount of profit in hundreds of thousands of dollars and t is the number of years of operation. he realizes his company is on the down turn and wishes to sell before he ends up in debt. In what year of operation does Mr. Cash’s business show maximum profit? What is the maximum profit? What time will it be too late to sell business?
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The midpoint of a line can be found using either a compass and straightedge construction or a straightedge and tracing paper construction true or false?
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A dilation is a reduction if the scale factor is _____A. greater than 1.B. equal to 1.C. less than 0.D. between 0 and 1.
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Jake carries a green or yellow and black guitar picking his pocket he randomly chooses a guitar pick from the pocket before every concert what is the problem probability he will select the same color pic for two concerts in a row
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a housepainter mixed 5 gallons of blue paint with every 9 gallons of yellow paint in order to make a green paint . which ratio of gallons of blue paint to gallons of yellow paint will make the same shade of green paint.
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area and perimeter plz, dont mind my ugly hand writing, btw.
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What is the length of MN¯¯¯¯¯¯¯, to the nearest tenth of a foot? 10.6 ft 14.7 ft 15.6 ft 18.0 ft A horizontally-aligned scalene triangle M N P. Side M P is labeled as 10 feet. Side N P is labeled as 13 feet. Angle P is labeled as 78 degrees.
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Please help me!!For a family picnic, Akeela wants to buy the same number of bratwurst and buns. The bratwurst come in packages of 6, and the buns are sold in packages of 8.Part A: What is the least numbet of bratwurst and buns that Akeela could buy?Part B: How many packages of each should Akeela buy to have the least number of total packages?
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Find the value of q, for which the difference between the roots in the equation x2−10x+q=0 is equal to 6.
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Jackson and Maria each earned 20 dollars for doing chores around the house. They continue to do chores. Jackson earned $3 per day and Maria earned $6 per day. At the end of 5 days, how much more money will Maria have earned than Jackson.
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The area of a room is 600 square feet. The length is (x + 5) feet and the width is (x + 4) feet. Find the dimensions of the room.
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A company knows that 30% of Customers who come to the store will check out the merchandise and then order it online because it is cheaper. The company wants to know the probability that it will take at least three customers to find one who shops on line. How could the company find out this information?
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6 months ago
How to add fractions?
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Consider the function graphed below Which function does this graph represent?A. f(x) = { x^2,x<1 3x - 2,x>1B. f(x) = { x^2,x<1 1/3x + 2/3,x>1C. f(x) = { x^2,x<1 3x, x>1D. f(x) = { x^2,x<1 1/3x - 2,x>1
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PLEASE HELP! Ordinary brass contains 61.6% copper, 2.9% lead, 0.2% tin, and 35.3% zinc. How many pounds of each metal would be in 160 lb. of brass?
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How many different ordered pairs satisfy both x^{2} + y^{2} = 100 and x^{2} + 2y^{2} = 108?
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6 months ago
PLEASE HELP I WILL GIVE YOU BRAINLIEST DUE TOMORROW
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Two entertainment venues are planning to expand the size of their audiences and each has decided on the rate at which it can increase its audience size. The functions below represent the prospective audience sizes of the venues after t years.City Arts Center : C(t) = 250(1.45)^t/5Oakwood Auditorium : C(t) = 200(1.55)^t/7Which statement is true about the audience size of the venues?The annual rate of increase in the audience size of Oakwood Auditorium is greater than the annual rate of increase in the audience size of City Arts Center.The annual rate of increase in the audience size of Oakwood Auditorium is less than the annual rate of increase in the audience size of City Arts Center.The annual rate of increase in the audience size of Oakwood Auditorium is the same as the annual rate of increase in the audience size of City Arts Center.The annual percentage rates of increase in the audience sizes cannot be determined from this information.
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6 months ago
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