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Evaluate the expression for x = 5, y = 3, and z = 14 . 5x−6y+20z over 4yz Enter your answer in the box.
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6 months ago
NEED ANSWERED ASAP!!A 3-dimensional figure is intersected by a plane horizontally such that the intersection of the figure and the plane is a circle-shaped cross-section. Which of the following can NOT be the 3-dimensional figure? 1. sphere 2. cube3. cone 4. triangular prism 5. square pyramid
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A funnel is made up of a partial cone and a cylinder as shown in the figure. The maximum amount of liquid that can be in the funnel at any given time is 16.59375π cubic centimeters. Given this information, what is the volume of the partial cone that makes up the top part of the funnel?
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You drop a ball from a height of 0.5 meter. Each curved path has 52% of the height of the previous path. a. Write a rule for the sequence using centimeters. The initial height is given by the term n = 1. b. What height will the ball be at the top of the third path?
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6 months ago
Isosceles triangle LMN is graphed with vertices L(0, 1), M(3, 5), and N(6,1). What is the slope of side LN?
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BRAINLIESTTTTTTTTTTTT!! :)1. The table below shows the amount of money, in cents, Celine had saved after different numbers of years:Years 2 5 1 4 6 3Money in cents 50 6,250 10 1,250 31,250 250What will be the amount of money, in cents, that Celine will save in 7 years? 156,250 256,430 435,850 781,250
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6 months ago
Determine the vertex form of g(x) = x2 + 2x – 1. Which graph represents g(x)?
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6 months ago
At a local pet store, Shirley noticed that about four out of five customers who bought pets chose goldfish. Shirley wants to know the estimated probability that three randomly selected customers buying pets would not buy goldfish. How could Shirley design a simulation for this scenario?A.)She could roll a six-sided die three times. On the die, numbers 1 to 3 represent customers who buy goldfish and 4 to 6 represent customers who don’t buy goldfish.B.)She could spin a spinner divided into nine equal sections three times. On the spinner, four sections represent customers who buy goldfish and five sections represent customers who do not buy goldfish.C.)She could spin a spinner divided into five equal sections three times. On the spinner, four sections represent customers who buy goldfish and one section represents customers who do not buy goldfish.D.)She could use a random number generator to generate a set of three numbers from 0 to 9. The numbers 0 to 4 represent customers who buy goldfish, and 5 to 9 represent customers who do not buy goldfish.E.)She could use a number generator to generate a set of five numbers from 0 to 3. The numbers 0 to 2 represent customers who buy goldfish, and 3 represents customers who do not buy goldfish.
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6 months ago
Meredith has a book report coming up in a couple of weeks. She still has 3/4 of her book to finish reading. She decides to read 1/8 of the book each day until she finishes. If she follows this plan, how many days will it take her to finish the book?
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6 months ago
-3(w-3)≥9-3wIf all real numbers can solve please tell me why
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6 months ago
Select Repeating or Nonrepeating to correctly classify each decimal. a. 0.192¯ b.0.314¯¯¯¯ c.0.5353... d. 0.7777 please tell me which are repeating
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6 months ago
What is the value of mc023-1.jpg?7390290365the pic is the .jpg
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6 months ago
WILL GIVE A BRAINLEST AND 15PTSWhich equations for the measures of the unknown angles x and y are correct? Check all that apply.x = cos–1(a/c)x = sin–1(c/b)x = tan–1(c/a)y = sin–1(a/c)y = cos–1(c/b)
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6 months ago
Jenna wants to save a $10,000 trust fund she received when she turned 21, and add $50 per month as emergency funds. She has narrowed her search for a savings account to 2 banks, Bank A and Bank B. Bank A pays a fixed rate of interest, and Bank B pays a variable rate, but both rates are currently the same. Jenna’s trusted friend advises her to make the selection based upon her banking needs in consideration of the other services and fees of the banks, because the interest rates are the same.If you were advising Jenna about how to choose an account based upon her own needs, what advice below would you not give her?a.The fees and services will make a much bigger difference than the type of interest while your balances are small.b.The more that you expect to save, the more you should think about what effect the interest rates might have in respect to your values.c.Choose the variable rate because if it goes up, you will make a lot of money that will pay for the fees.d.With either bank, you will be earning a competitive rate of interest. You can re-evaluate once a year in comparison with other banks’ interest rates.
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6 months ago
Choose the equation below that represents the line passing through the point (−5, 1) with a slope of three halves . (1 point) ANSWERS----y − 5 = three halves(x + 1) y + 1 = three halves(x − 5) y + 5 = three halves(x − 1) y − 1 = three halves(x + 5) 202 . (03.06 MC) Choose the equation below that represents the line passing through the point (2, −4) with a slope of one half . (1 point) ANSWERS--y = one halfx + 5 y = one halfx − 3 y = one halfx − 5 y = one halfx + 3
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6 months ago
Which statements are correct interpretations of this graph? Select each correct answer. A.3 pages are edited every 5 min B. 12/3 of a page is edited per minute C.61/0 of a page is edited per minute D. 5 pages are edited every 3 min there are multiple answers I NEED HELP NOW
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6 months ago
A circle is centered at the point (5, -4) and passes through the point (-3, 2).The equation of this circle is (x +__ )^2 + (y +__ )^2 = __
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What is the area of a rectangle with vertices at (−4, 0) , (−3, 1) , (0, −2) , and (−1, −3) ?Enter your answer in the box. Do not round any side lengths.
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Brandon and Carmen are each driving from Arches National Park to their homes. The functions graphed represent each person's distance from home, in kilometers, x hours after leaving the park.Select each correct answer. Carmen is driving at a faster rate than Brandon.The difference in the y-intercepts represents the difference between the distances of Brandon's and Carmen’s homes to Arches National Park.The difference in the x-intercepts represents the difference between Brandon's and Carmen's driving speeds.Brandon is driving at a faster rate than Carmen.
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6 months ago
What is the median of the following data set? {6, 3, 9, 1, 7}
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