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Each face of a six-sided cube is painted a different color. The cube is rolled twice and a coin is flipped. How many different possible outcomes exist?
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3 months ago
Find an equation of the line perpendicular to the graph of 14x-7=1 that passes through the point at (-2,4)
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3 months ago
Adam is now 9 years older than Brianna and 13 years ago he was twice as old as she was then. How old are Adam and Brianna now?
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3 months ago
What is the solution to the inequality |3x|>0
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3 months ago
Simplify the expressions. Show your work. 1.(3x(4x4 – 5x)2.(5x4 – 3x3 + 6x) – ( 3x3 + 11x2 – 8x) 3. (x – 2) (3x-4) 4.(x + 6)2
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3 months ago
Which statement best describes a radius of a circle? A.It is a segment that connects two distinct points on the secant of the circle. B.It is a line that intersects the circle at exactly two points on the diameter. C. It is a line that touches two points on the circle. D. It is a segment from a point on the circle to the center of the circle.
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3 months ago
Solve the following addition and subtraction problems. a. 90 cg 95 mg + 7g 12 cg 18 mg b. 4 kg 2hg + 14 kg + 5 kg 17 hg c. 12 dag 5 g – 7 g d. 8 kg – 9 hg
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3 months ago
Graph the system of equations on graph paper.{8x+6y=482x−3y=−6 Which statements are true about the solution to the system of equations?Select each correct answer.
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3 months ago
What fraction has a denominator of 6 and is equivalent to 1?
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3 months ago
What are the coordinates of the point that corresponds to −3π/4 on the unit circle?
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3 months ago
what is the value for p in x = -1/8y^2
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3 months ago
Please help. Which statements are true about the ordered pair (−1,−4) and the system of equations?x−y=37x−y=−3Select each correct answer.When (−1,−4) is substituted into the second equation, the equation is true.When (−1,−4) is substituted into the first equation, the equation is false.The ordered pair (−1,−4) is not a solution to the system of linear equations.When (−1,−4) is substituted into the second equation, the equation is false.When (−1,−4) is substituted into the first equation, the equation is true.The ordered pair (−1,−4) is a solution to the system of linear equations.
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3 months ago
1) Find the vertices of the feasible region. 2) What is the maximum and the minimum value of the function Q = 70x + 82y on the feasible region?
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3 months ago
Is the relationship shown by the data linear? If so, model the data with an equation. x y 1 –4 7 –7 13 –10 19 –13
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3 months ago
Find the AGI and taxable income: Gross Income $55,555 Adjustments $1500 2Exemptions $16,400 Deduction $1854 $57,055 and $38,801 $56,203 and $28,981 $55,555 and $19,754 $54055 and $35801
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3 months ago
A restaurant chain had 15,250 locations in 1975. By 2000, there were 21,655 locations. What was the percent increase in locations over the 25-year period?
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3 months ago
Mr. Lee asks a student to solve the following system of linear equations. Which ordered pair (p, q) is a solution to the system?
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3 months ago
Jobie starts with $325 in her piggy bank. Each month she adds $10.Which recursive function rule models the total amount in Jobie’s piggy bank at the end of each month?an=10⋅an−1 and a1=325an=10+an−1 and a1=325an=325⋅an−1 and a1=10an=325+an−1 and a1=10
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3 months ago
Line segment CD is shown on a coordinate grid: A coordinate plane is shown. Line segment CD has endpoints 1 comma 2 and 1 comma negative 1. The line segment is rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise about the origin to form C'D'. Which statement describes C'D'?A) C'D' and CD are equal in length.B) C'D' is parallel to CD.C) C'D' is half the length of CD.D) C'D' is greater than twice the length of CD.
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3 months ago
find the surface area of the space figure represented by the net
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