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3 months ago
Bill spends two days driving from point a to pointb. on the first day, he drove 2 hours longer and at an average speed 5 miles per hour faster than he drove on the second day. if during the two days he drove a total of 680 miles over the course of 18 hours, what was his average speed on the second day, in miles per hour?
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3 months ago
The figure shows a planetarium’s viewing room, which is in the shape of a hemisphere. The diameter of the hemisphere is 50 feet. What is the volume of the viewing room of the planetarium? (Use 3.14 for π. Round the answer to the nearest tenth, if necessary. Recall that the formula for the volume of a sphere is .) 10,416.7 cu. ft. 16,354.2 cu. ft. 32,708.3 cu. ft. 65,416.7 cu. ft.
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3 months ago
Enrique has to pay 80% of a $200 phone bill. Explain how to use equivalent ratios to find 80% of $200.
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3 months ago
Explain how you would use fraction bars to find the quotient of 10/12 ÷ 4/6. What is the quotient?
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3 months ago
In a randomly generated sequence of 24 binary digits (0s and 1s), what is the probability that exactly half of the digits are 0? a. 1352078 b. 1.295 c. 0 d. 0.1612 Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
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3 months ago
1. What is the slope of the line in the graph shown below? 2. Fine the slope that passes through (-2, -3) and (1, 1). A. 1/3B. 1C. 2D. 4/3 3. For the equation -4y=8x, what is the constant of variation?A. -4B. -2C. 1D. 2
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3 months ago
Lila wrote an equation of the cost for printing brochures, where x represents the number of brochures and y represents the total cost. The total cost for 35 brochures is $41.45. The total cost for 65 brochures is $55.55. Step 1: Write the ordered pairs mc017-1.jpg and mc017-2.jpg.Step 2: Find the slope. mc017-3.jpgStep 3: Find the y-intercept to write the equation in slope intercept form. mc017-4.jpgWhich explains the error that Lila made? Lila made in error in Step 1 by reversing the ordered pairs.Lila made an error in Step 2 by not using the slope formula.Lila made an error in Step 3 when she did not use the x- and y-coordinates from the same ordered pair.
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3 months ago
The partially filled contingency table gives the frequencies of the data on age (in years) and sex from the residents of a retirement home. 60-69 70-79 Over 79 Total Male 1 9 5 Female 19 2 4 Total What is the probability that a resident is female ? Round your answer to three decimal places if necessary. a. 0.635 c. 0.62 b. 0.629 d. 0.625 Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
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3 months ago
What is the exact volume of the sphere? 56.3¯π ft³ 274.625π ft³ 366.16¯π ft³ 1464.6¯π ft³
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3 months ago
Is triangle PQR congruent to triangle ACB? If so, which postulate can be used to prove the congruence?A) No, the triangles are not congruent. B) Yes, the congruence can be proved using the ASA Postulate. C) Yes, the congruence can be proved using the SAS Postulate. D) Yes, the congruence can be proved using the SSS Postulate.
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3 months ago
You have a credit card with a balance of $1,758.64. The interest is 12.75% APR. A late payment fee of $35.00 is added to the principal if you pay after the first month due date of 12/20. You make aA.$211.48B.$224.23C.$18.69D.$17.62
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3 months ago
The function p(d)=5⋅4d−1 represents the number of people who receive a certain e-mail on day d of an e-mail experiment. What does the value 5 represent in this situation? There are 5 people running the experiment.Every day, the number of people receiving the e-mail increases by 5%.Every day, the number of people receiving the e-mail increases by 5.Five people received the e-mail on the first day of the experiment.
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3 months ago
During winter, Detroit is colder than Boston but warmer than Minneapolis. Which inequality correctly compares the winter temperatures of the three cities?1. Detroit temperature's < Boston's temperature < Minneapolis's temperature2. Minneapolis's temperature < Detroit's temperature < Boston's temperature3. Boston's temperature < Minneapolis's temperature < Detroit's temperature4. Detroit's temperature < Minneapolis's temperature < Boston's temperature
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3 months ago
On the coordinate plane, ΔABC ≅ ΔDEF by SSS. ΔABC translates 2 units to the left and 3 units down. Do the triangles remain congruent? Explain why or why not.
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3 months ago
Kat has 19 coins, all quarters and dimes, that are worth a total of $4. The system of equations that can be used to find the number of quarters, q, and the number of dimes, d, she has is shown. q + d = 19 0.25q + 0.1d = 4 How many quarters does she have?
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3 months ago
Identify 1 and 2. Select all that apply of the following terms: acute, right, obtuse, adjacent, vertical, complementary, supplementary. SELECT ALL THAT APPLY! acute right obtuse adjacent vertical complementary supplementary
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3 months ago
How do I graph this equation? y = -7/3x + 2
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The population of a city is 35,400. The population is expected to grow at a rate of 2% each year. Which function equation represents the population of the city after t years?
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1. Xavier worked 10 hours on Monday and 15 hours on Wednesday. His total pay was $280.00. What is his rates per hour?A. $15.00B. $7.50C. $11.20D. $18.252. A car recently sold for $32,345. If there’s a 6% sales tax on automobile sales, how much tax will be added to the price of the car?A. $941.07B. $194.70C. $1,940.70D. $34,285.703. During a paint sale, a hardware store sold 33 gallons of flat paint and 57 gallons of high-gloss paint. What’s the ratio of gallons of high-gloss sold to the total gallons sold? A. 33:57B. 57:90C. 33:90D. 57:33
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