**Answer:**

(1) [tex]x\geq 0\; \text {and}\;y\geq 0[/tex]

(2) [tex]3x + 2y\leq[/tex] 24

(3) [tex]x+4y\leq 28[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let x and y be the numbers of rockers and swivels made by Ethan.

(1) Since the number of chairs can't be negative. So,

x\geq0 and y\geq 0 are the two constraints.

(2) He can work a maximum of 24 hours.

The time required to make 1 rocker chair and 1 swivels chair are 3 hr and 2 hr respectively.

So, the time required to make x rocker chair = 3x hr

and the time required to make y swivel chair = 2y hr.

The total time required is 3x + 2y hr which can't be more than the available time, 24 hr.

So, the required constraint is

[tex]3x + 2y\leq 24[/tex]

(3) Similarly,

As 1 rocker chair requires 2 oz strain and 1 swivel chair required 8 ox strain.

So, to make x rocker chair 2x oz required and make y swivel chair 8y oz required which can't be more than the available oz, 56.

So, the required constraint is

[tex]2x + 8y\leq 56[/tex]

[tex]\Rightarrow x+4y\leq 28.[/tex]

A scientist studied bacteria.

She placed 4 bacteria in a dish.

The population of bacteria triples every 12 hours

Which equation can be used to determine the number of bacteria, y, present after x days?

O y = 4(3)x

O y=4(6)x

O y = 4(3) 2x

O y = 4(6) 2x

**Answer:**

the answer to the question is A

An **equation** is formed of two equal **expressions. **The **equation **can be used to **determine **the number of **bacteria**, y, **present **after x days is** y = 4(3)²ˣ.**

An **equation** is formed when two equal **expressions **are equated **together **with the help of an **equal sign '='.**

**Scientists **placed **4 bacteria** in a dish. The **population **of **bacteria **triples every** 12 hours. **Therefore, the **equation **that can be used to **determine **the number of **bacteria**, y, present after **x days are:**

y = 4(3)²ˣ

Hence, The **equation **can be used to **determine **the number of **bacteria**, y, **present **after x days is** y = 4(3)²ˣ.**

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Anand needs to hire a plumber. He's considering a plumber that charges an initial fee of \$65$65dollar sign, 65 along with an hourly rate of \$28$28dollar sign, 28. The plumber only charges for a whole number of hours. Anand would like to spend no more than \$250$250dollar sign, 250, and he wonders how many hours of work he can afford. Let HHH represent the whole number of hours that the plumber works.

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let H represent the whole number of hours that the plumber works.

given that the fixed cost is $65

and the hourly cost is $28

also given that Anand has a total of $250 with him

the total cost can be expressed in terms of the number of hours H as

250=65+28H

we can now solve for H

250-65=28H

185=28H

divide both sides by 28

H=185/28

H=6.60714285714

*"The plumber only charges for a whole number of hours."*

**So the number of hours Anand can afford is 6hours**

**Answer:**

Anand can afford is 6hours

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let H represent the whole number of hours that the plumber works.

given that the fixed cost is $65

and the hourly cost is $28

also given that Anand has a total of $250 with him

the total cost can be expressed in terms of the number of hours H as

250=65+28H

we can now solve for H

250-65=28H

185=28H

divide both sides by 28

H=185/28

H=6.60714285714

"The plumber only charges for a whole number of hours."

So the number of hours Anand can afford is 6hours

Evaluate the following expression when x = -1, y = 2, z = -3, and

w = 4.

x² - y²

**Answer:**

-3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

-1*-1=1

2*2=4

1-4

=-3

It cost Samantha $4.23 to send 47 text messages. How much does each text cost to send?

**Answer:**

456

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

i think its 0.09

**Step-by-step explanation:**

How can you graphically tell if a quadratic equation will have a complex solution?

**Answer:**

If it does not cross the x axis.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If the quadratic equation does not cross the x axis (or more specifically, if the quadratic is an *upward opening* parabola and the vertex is *above* the x axis, or if the quadratic is a *downward opening* parabola and the vertex is *below *the x axis), it will have no real solution

The fundamental theorem of algebra says that quadratics must have 2 solutions, so the solutions must be imaginary.

if the equation doesn’t cross the X-axis

Simplify 9 to the 2nd power\ 9 to the 7th power

**Answer:**

9^2/9^7 = 9^-5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

PLEASE HELP!!! IF YOU GIT IT RIGHT I WILL GIVE YOU 90 BRANLY POINTS !!! Which of the following equations is not a proportion? 14/7 = 7/3.5, 1.5/3 = 3/9, 22/33 = 4/6, 2/3 = 142/213

**Answer:**

1.5/3=3/9

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1.5/3=1/2 when 3/9=1/3

I hope this helps :)

**Answer:**

1.5/3 = 3/9 is not a proportion

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1.5/3 = 3/9

1.5 divide by 3 is 1/2 but 3 divide by 9 is 1/3 which makes it not proportional

Pls Help me. I will mark brainlist.

**Answer:**

The second answer

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Because if you subtract a negative from an equation you get positive (two negatives make a positive)

Divide n by 5 then add 6

**Answer:**

n+30/5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Simplify n/5

n/5+6

Rewrite the whole as an equivalent fraction

2.1 Add an integer to a fraction

Rewrite the whole as a fraction using 5 as the denominator: 6= 6/1=6×5/5

Equivalent fraction: the fraction thus generated looks different but has the same value as everything.

2.2 sum of the two equivalent fractions add two equivalent fractions that now have a common denominator

Combine the numerators, place the sum or difference over the common denominator, and then reduce to the lowest terms of possible:

n+6×5/5=n+30/5

Solving each proportions 10/8=n/10

**Answer:**

n=12.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

10/8=n/10

multiply the denominator and numerators 10 ad 10=100 divide by 8=12.5

Using these clues, make a quadilateral. Write the name and each side. What is the perimeter?

1. rectangle with sides 7 feet

2. 7feet

3. 10 feet

4. 10feet

**The name of my shape is a parallelogram. The sides are:**

The perimeter is 34 feet because:

Step 1: Add smaller groups.

10 + 10 = 20

7 + 7 = 14.

Step 2: Add the two numbers.

14 + 20 = 34.

Hope this answer helps you!

A carpenter has less than 120 minutes to spend painting furniture each day. Today, he has spent 30.5 minutes painting a desk. Now he will paint x chairs, each of which takes 12.5 minutes. What is the maximum number of chairs the carpenter can paint?

Answer:

Maximum number of chairs is 7.

Step-by-step explanation:

We are told he has less than 120 minutes to spend painting furniture each day.

Now he has spent 30.5 minutes painting a desk.

Also, he wants to paint "x" number of chairs with each chair taking 12.5 minutes.

Thus, we have;

30.5 + 12.5x < 120

Subtract 30.5 from both sides to get;

12.5x < 120 - 30.5

12.5x < 89.5

x < 89.5/12.5

x < 7.16

Thus, maximum number of chairs he can paint is 7

Before i thought the dividing functions

What is the question??

Han made some hot chocolate by mixing 4 cups of milk with 6 tablespoons of cocoa

tfff am I supposed to do about this

The distance light travels in one year is known as a light year. A light year is equal to 5.87 × 1012 miles. The closest that Earth ever gets to Jupiter is 3.65 × 108 miles. What is a correct representation of the number of years it will take light to travel from Earth to Jupiter at this distance? Check all that apply.

**Answer:**

[tex]6.21\times 10^{-5}\ \text{light years}[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The distance light travels in one year is known as a light year.

[tex]1\ \text{light year}=5.87\times 10^{12}\ \text{miles}[/tex]

The closest that Earth ever gets to Jupiter is [tex]3.65\times 10^8\ \text{miles}[/tex]

[tex]3.65\times 10^8\ \text{miles}=\dfrac{1}{5.87\times 10^{12}}\times 3.65\times 10^8\ \text{light years}\\\\=6.21\times 10^{-5}\ \text{light years}[/tex]

**Hence, the distance it will take light to travel from Earth to Jupiter at this distance is **[tex]6.21\times 10^{-5}\ \text{light years}[/tex]

I really need help..

Thanks!

$54 morning $60.75 afternoon. So $114.75 all together. Rounded to $100

Given m//n, find the value of x

**Answer:**

117 is the value of you Question

**Step-by-step explanation:**

a printer can print 12 pages in 9 seconds what is the closest estimate of the number of pages it can print in 1 min

**Answer:**

estimated number of pages it can print will 80 in 1 min.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If 12 pages/9 Seconds then by multiplying by 60 secs as there are 60 secs in 1 min.

we get

12/9 then multiply by 60 you will get 80 pages in 1 minute.

Number of pages a printer can print in 9 seconds = 12 pages

Number of pages than can be printed in 1 second =

= 12/9

= 1.3 pages

Number of pages that can be printed in 1 second = 0.75 page

Number of pages that can be printed in 1 minute =

= 1 minute = 60 seconds

Number of pages that can be printed in 60 seconds =

= 1.3 × 60

= 78 pages

Rounding off 78 , we get 80 .

Therefore , **8****0**** ****pages** can be printed in 1 minute .

how do i graph 2x+4y=12

**Answer:**

(0,3) (6,0)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

suppose that there were a positive correlation between the variables u and v. if v is 24 when u is 10, which of these is most likely to be the value of v when u is 20?

Answer: 48

Step-by-step explanation: I got it wrong and it said the correct answer was 48

This year, there were 25% fewer sunny days than last year. That’s my question.

If there were 25% fewer sunny days this year than last year, then there were 25% more sunny days last year than this year and the number of sunny days in the coming year is unknown.

Brad sells each cup of lemonade for $0.50 he wrote.

**Answer:**

What are we supposed to solve??? its incomplete

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Draw diagonals ACand BDon rectangle ABCD. Measure and record the lengths of the diagonals.

**Answer:**

Diagonal Length

AC 7.21

BD 7.21

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

Diagonal | Length

AC | 7.21

BD | 7.21

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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The images are similar. The scale factor is 3/4, but may also be 4/3 depending on which image is the original one. I would go with 3/4.

Flavia needs to build a fence around her dog house, as illustrated on the coordinate grid below. If each unit represents 1 foot, what is the total length of Flavia’s fence in feet?

**Answer:**

I would say your answer is (D

The surface temperature ranges from -2°C to 31°C. Find the difference between the max and min temperatures.

**Answer:**

33

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

29c

**Step-by-step explanation:**

what are all the fractions that are equivalent to 1/7

2/14, 3/21, 4/28. just multiply 1 and 7 by the same number to come up with an equivalent fraction

**Answer:**

Some include: 3/21, 4/28, 5/35.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

You multiply the bottom by a number and then you multilpy the top by that same number!

1/7=3/21

1 times 3=3

7 times 3=21

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!**

What is the range of the following graph?

**Answer: 6**

**Step-by-step explanation: 8 - 2 = (6) Range is the difference between the highest and lowest number just for future references. Hope this helped! :)**

**Answer: i think is 8 also that person already explain**

**Step-by-step explanation: have a nice day**

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2:1100

3:1650

6:3300

It is all multiplying with the number 550

3:1650

6:3300

It is all multiplying with the number 550

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