the function is x^2-9, so all you have to do is replace x with a number. for example, 2.

so 2^2-9 is -5. the plot would be 2, -5. basically, plug in a number to be the x coord, and whatever number you get will be your y coord.

after you graph a few plots (doing the same thing above), draw a line through all of them.

if the line goes up towards the right top corner, it's increasing. if it goes down the right bottom corner, it's decreasing.

A-5-B when A=9 and B=-4

**Answer:**

8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

(Refer to picture)

Plug in the value of A and the value of B into the expression

Which table represents a linear function?

answers are in the picture plz help im timed

Answer: first table

Step-by-step explanation: go with the first one

I need help plz and plz explain why plz

**Answer:**

156 minutes

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2 hrs=120 minutes

3/5 hr=3/5 *60=36 minutes

120+36=156 minutes

hope this helps

brainliest?

**Answer:**

156 minutes

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2*60=120

.6*60=36

36+120-156

Brainliest Appreciated!

In a bag full of beans and rice, the ratio by weight of beans to rice is 2 to 9. If the bag has a total weight of 3 kilograms, how many kilograms of beans are there in the bag? (round to nearest thousandths)

Answer: 0.667 kilograms

Step-by-step explanation:

From the question, we are informed that in a bag full of beans and rice, the ratio by weight of beans to rice is 2 to 9.

If the bag has a total weight of 3 kilograms, the amount of kilograms of beans that are there in the bag will be:

= 3/9 × 2 kilograms

= 6/9 kilogram

= 0.667 kilograms

Pam rented a bike from Jim's bike shop. Jim charges a rental fee of $6 and then $3 per hour

to rent the bike. If Pam paid $27, for how many hours did she rent the bike?

**Answer:**

7 hours

**Step**** ****by**** ****step**** ****ins****tructions****:**** **

$3 x 7 hours = $21

$21 + $6 = $27

If you are buying $48 worth of two types of lawn seed. Ryegrass lawn seed sells for $0.70 per pound and Fescue lawn seed sells for $1.15 per pound. If you bought 25 pounds of Fescue lawn seed, write a linear equation in standard to find any amount of Ryegrass lawn seed purchased. (ax + by = c)

The amount of **Ryegrass lawn** seed purchased is **27.5 pounds** and the **linear equation** formed is 0.70x + 28.75 = 48.

The equation whose variables have the highest **power **as **1** is known as a **linear equation**.

First, let us assume that the amount of **Ryegrass lawn** seeds purchased is x pounds.

The **cost** of **Ryegrass lawn **seeds is $0.70 per pound.

So, the **cost **of all the **Ryegrass lawn** seeds purchased is $0.70x.

The amount of **Fescue lawn** seeds purchased is 25 pounds.

And the **cost** of **Fescue lawn** seeds is $1.15 per pound.

So, the **cost **of all the **Fescue lawn** seeds purchased is,

= $1.15 x 25

= $28.75

And the **total** cost of buying the two types of lawn seeds is $48.

So, we can write the **linear equation** as,

0.70x + 28.75 = 48

Solving the** linear equation** for x, we get

0.70x = 48 - 28.75

0.70x = 19.25

x = 19.25/0.70

x = 27.5

Hence, the amount of **Ryegrass lawn** seed purchased is 27.5 pounds.

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Katie went to buy a new tv and finds one for $550.00. In the state of Texas, there is a 6% sales tax on items. How much did Katie pay for the TV including the tax?

**Answer:**

583$

**Step-by-step explanation:**

6% is equal to 0.06, so you multiply 550 by 0.06. which equals 33. Then, because it asks for how much Katie played, including the tax and TV, you add 33 to 550.

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The answer is 64 fluid ounces

Simplify: 3x-4(2x-6) + 9

Answer : It’s -5x+33

Solve 3(4x-1)=12x +7

the answer is No Solution

solve x²-24x+14=0 by completing the square. what are the solutions

**Answer:**

x=±√130+12

I believe :-)

You started the day with a certain amount of money. You lost half of it. Then you lost an additional $100. Afterwards, you were given $5. Then you found $30. Afterwards, you lost half of your money again. You then lost another $8. You then gave away $7. You ended the day with $30. How much did you start with?

**Answer:**

$310

**Step-by-step explanation:**

starting backwards:

30+7=3737+8=4545*2=9090-30=6060-5=5555+100=155155*2=310Answer is $310**Answer:**

$310

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Which expression is equivalent to rm ÷ rn? (4 points)

rm – n

rm + n

rm • n

rm ÷ n

it should be rm - n I THINK, i’m not sure

Joe plans to book a trip for his family. The base rate for the trip will be 800$ and 75$ for each additional person going, write an equation to represent the linear function in slope intercept form

**Answer:**

y = 75x + 800

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

y = 75x + 800

'x' represents the number of people

800 represents the base rate

Triangle XYZ is rotated to create the image triangle X'Y'Z'.

On a coordinate plane, 2 triangles are shown. The first triangle has points X (negative 2, 2), Y (1, 2), Z (0, 4). The second triangle has points X prime (2, negative 2), Y prime (negative 1, negative 1), Z prime (0, negative 4).

Which rules could describe the rotation? Select two options.

R0, 90°

R0, 180°

R0, 270°

(x, y) → (–y, x)

(x, y) → (–x, –y)

**Answer:**

b. e

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Options B** and** E** are the **correct answers**.

We need to describe the **transformation** of triangle XYZ to triangle X'Y'Z'.

**Rotation** is the **circular movement **of an object around an **axis** of **rotation**.

Now, **from triangle XYZ to triangle X'Y'Z'** the **angle** of **rotation** is **180°**.

The **translation** is **(x, y) → (–x, –y)**.

Therefore, **options B** and** E** are the **correct answers**.

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4x - 3 = 6x + 9 looking for variable

**Answer:**

x=-6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Add 3 on both sides and subtract 6 on both sides.

This gives you -2x=12

Divide -2 on both sides

this gives you -6.

x=-6

[tex] \huge{\red{\boxed{\sf{x = - 6}}}}[/tex]

**Step ****By**** Step**** Explanation****:**

**Step**** ****1****:**

→[tex]4x - 3 = 6x + 9[/tex]

**Step**** ****2****:**

→[tex]4x - 6x = 9 + 3[/tex]

**Step**** ****3****:**

→[tex] - 2x = 12[/tex]

**Step**** ****4****:**

→[tex]x = \frac{12}{ - 2} [/tex]

**Step**** ****5****:**

→[tex]\green{x = - 6}[/tex]

**verification:**

**Step**** ****1****:**

⇝[tex]4( - 6) - 3 = 6( - 6) + 9[/tex]

**Step**** ****2****:**

⇝[tex] - 24 - 3 = - 36 + 9[/tex]

**Step 3:**

⇝[tex] - 27 = −27[/tex]

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what other properties do we use to rewrite expressions and equations

**Answer:**

The commutative, associative, and distributive properties help you rewrite a complicated algebraic expression into one that is easier to deal with. When you rewrite an expression by a commutative property, you change the order of the numbers being added or multiplied.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Commutative, Associative and **Distributive** properties do we use to rewrite **expressions** and equations.

An expression is combination of variables, **numbers** and operators.

The properties we use to rewrite expressions and **equations** are

The commutative

**Associative**, and

distributive properties

These properties help to rewrite a **complicated** algebraic expression into **simpler** form.

When you rewrite an expression by a **commutative** property, you change the order of the numbers being added or multiplied.

Hence, Commutative, **Associative** and Distributive properties do we use to rewrite expressions and equations.

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7) Write an equation in point-slope form of the line

through point J(-2,10) with slope - 2

**Answer:**

y=-2x+6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

y=mx+b

10=(-2)(-2)+b

10=4+b

10-4=b

6=b

Pampered Pooch charged $10 for 2 hours of doggie daycare and $20 for 4 hours. What is the unit rate? Show your work.

**Answer:**

$5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1=$5 so 2 hours = 10 SO 4hours ×$5= $20

**Answer:**

$5 per hour

**Step-by-step explanation:**

hope this helps :D

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Hay dos números naturales consecutivos y la suma del cuadrado de esos números es 221¿cuáles serán esos números?

Let x and x+1 be the consecutive integers.

The sum of squares is:

(x)² + (x+1)² = 221

Expand second term:

x² + x² + 2x + 1 = 221

Combine like terms:

2x² + 2x + 1 = 221

Subtract 221 from both sides to make quadratic form:

2x² + 2x - 220 = 0

Divide both sides by 2:

x² + x - 110 = 0

Factor:

(x + 11)(x - 10) = 0

x = -11 or x = 10

Answers: 10 and 11 or -10 and -11

The sum of squares is:

(x)² + (x+1)² = 221

Expand second term:

x² + x² + 2x + 1 = 221

Combine like terms:

2x² + 2x + 1 = 221

Subtract 221 from both sides to make quadratic form:

2x² + 2x - 220 = 0

Divide both sides by 2:

x² + x - 110 = 0

Factor:

(x + 11)(x - 10) = 0

x = -11 or x = 10

Answers: 10 and 11 or -10 and -11

1. If 18 zombies eat 45 brains, then how many brains will 4 zombies eat?

brains

0

2. A machine can make 246 bolts in 6 minutes. If you run the machine for 33

minutes, how many bolts can it make?

T

14-

ol

C

3. You can buy 78 paper clips for a dollar. How much would it cost to buy 351

paper clips

9

8

4. A math teacher can make 45 students cry in 180 days. At this rate, how days

would it take to make 50 students cry?

What??? what is this?

**Answer:**

1. 180 brains

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A 42-inch piece of steel is cut into three pieces so that the second piece is twice as long as the first piece, and the third piece is Two inches more than seven times the length of the first piece. Find the lengths of the pieces.

**Answer:**

4, 8, 30

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let's call the first piece x. If the first piece is x, then the second piece is 2x and the third piece is 7x + 2.

Equation:

x + 2x + 7x + 2 = 42

10x + 2 = 42

10x = 40

x = 4

**The First piece is 4 inches**

Now all we do is substitute the x for 4. Therefore, **the second piece is 8 inches and the third piece is 30.**

Hope this helps!!!

15 points!!!

4x^2 -20x +25≥0

**Answer:**

** x ≥ **[tex]\frac{5}{2}[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given equation:

**4x² -20x + 25≥0**

**To solve for x, we simply factorize the equation;**

We should find two numbers whose sum = -20 and product is 100

These two numbers are -10 and -10

So;

4x² - 10x - 10x + 25 **≥ 0**

** factorize;**

** 2x(2x - 5) - 5(2x - 5) ≥ 0**

** (2x - 5) (2x - 5) ≥ 0**

** So;**

** 2x - 5 ≥ 0**

** 2x ≥ 5 **

** x ≥ **[tex]\frac{5}{2}[/tex]

What is the slope of the line that passes through the points (0,0) and (6,0)?

Slope =

￼

**Answer:**

0

**Step-by-step explanation:**

it has a zero slope

0,0

6,0

0-0=0

6-0=6

0/6 is 0

PLEASE HELP FAST. WILL MARK AS BRAINLIEST IF GIVEN GOOD ANSWER

**Answer:y=9**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

pls help answer question in picture

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2 1/3

=2*3+1/3

=7/3

PLEASE HELP AND QUICK!!!

**Answer:**

A

**Step-by-step explanation:**

dude trust me

Alright then! First question!

A graph has height (inches) on the x-axis and arm span (inches) on the y-axis. Points are at (30, 27), (45, 45), (53, 50), (60, 60), (67, 70), and (73, 72).

Identify if there is a relationship between the variables.

(A) No, there is no relationship because the points are all up and down.

(B) Yes, the relationship displayed shows arm span increasing as height increases.

(C) Yes, the relationship displayed shows arm span decreasing as height increases.

**Answer:**

hmmm...i wanna go with B

**Step-by-step explanation:**

because it goes from 30 to 45 and 45 and 45 to 53 to 50 then the 50 goes 60 meaning their both increasing as it it goes on

at least i believe im right haha hope this helped if its not to late

**Answer: The answer is (B) Yes, the relationship displayed shows arm span increasing as height increases. **

**Step-by-step explanation: I got the answer correct hope this helps!**

A scared tarantula was able to go a distance of 20 meters in 6 seconds. What was its

average speed?

**Answer:**

3.33 m/s

**Step-by-step explanation:**

speed = [tex]\frac{meters}{seconds} > \frac{20}{6} = 3.33[/tex]

Erica and 4 friends are going out for pizza for dinner. They split one pizza and 5 small drinks. The pizza costs $13.00. They spend a total of $20.50. Find the cost of one small drink. Define the variable, write and solve an equation, and answer the question.

to find the cost of a small drink, you might want to:

subtract the decimalstotal cost : $20.50

cost of pizza :$13.00.

cost of one small drink : total cost - cost of pizza

: $20.50 - $13.00.

: 20.50

- 13.00

: 07. 50

: $ 7.50

Photosynthesis is the process through which plants produce sugar and oxygen. Photosynthesis can also take place in single-celled organisms like phytoplankton and other microorganisms. The process of photosynthesis occurs differently from one organism to the next, but several features remain the same. In short, photosynthesis takes in water and carbon dioxide, uses sunlight as a catalyst, and produces oxygen and sugar. The plants release the oxygen through respiration. They digest or store the sugar. Although the process seems simple, it is the most important event on the planet as far as animal life is concerned. Oxygen is a byproduct of photosynthesis. Animals would not be able to breathe if it was not for this process. Herbivores live off these fruits and vegetables and form the basis of any food chain. Carnivores and omnivores would not be able to find food if it were not for these sugars. Were it not for the simple process of photosynthesis, the Earth would be an uninhabited planet.Animals would not be able to breathe if it was not for this process. How does this sentence help to develop the idea that photosynthesis is essential to animal life? A. It shows that animals depend on this process for oxygen. B. It suggests that photosynthesis occurs in all animals. C. It suggests that photosynthesis takes place in the lungs. D. It shows that animals depend on this process for food.
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