**Answer:**

y = −x + 5

**Explanation:**

Use the slope formula and slope-intercept form y = mx + b to find the equation.

Hope this helped. Have a good one!

The graph shows the relationship between time

and the number of soda bottles a machine can

make. Use the points (2,48) and (7,168) to find

the number of soda bottles the machine can make

each minute.

**Answer:**

24

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The number of soda bottles the machine can make each minute is the unit rate, **slope**. To find slope using those two points, use the formula:

[tex]\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}[/tex]

Identify the points: (2,48) (7,168)

[tex]y_2=168[/tex]

[tex]y_1=48[/tex]

[tex]x_2=7[/tex]

[tex]x_1=2[/tex]

Plug these into the formula then solve:

[tex]\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}[/tex]

[tex]\frac{168-48}{7-2}[/tex]

[tex]=\frac{120}{5}[/tex]

[tex]=24[/tex]

The slope is 24, and therefore the unit rate. Hence, **the machine can make 24 soda bottles each minute.**

Simple way

Where you see the point at 48 and 2, it means [tex]\frac{48}{2}[/tex]. So divide

48 ÷ 2 = 24.

Describe how to find your x-intercepts ?

The y-intercepts are points where the graph of a function or an equation crosses or “touches” the y-axis of the Cartesian Plane. You welcome!

Josh drives 504 miles in 8 hours. At the same rate, how many miles would he drive in 5 hours?

**Answer:**

315 miles

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The unit rate is 63 miles per hour, and 63×5=315 miles.

[tex]\begin{array}{ccll} miles&hrs\\ \cline{1-2} 504&8\\ x&5 \end{array}\implies \cfrac{504}{x}=\cfrac{8}{5}\implies 2520=8x\implies \cfrac{2520}{8}=x\implies 315=x[/tex]

Need help with this question pre collegee

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

the domain is** (-∞,∞)**

Some government leaders propose allowing oil companies to drill in currently protected lands that may be rich in oil reserves. Environmental researchers argue that drilling in such lands would be harmful to the surrounding ecosystem. To measure support for drilling in such lands, an oil company representative uses random-digit telephone dialing to contact adults in the region and measure opinion for increased drilling. One question in the survey asks, "Given that an increase in drilling could result in increased tax revenue and additional jobs to the region, would you support a proposal to allow drilling in lands currently protected from drilling?" What type of bias could be most likely affecting the survey results? This is undercoverage bias because some segments of the population will be excluded from the sample. This is response bias because those selected for the survey may not provide truthful opinions about oil drilling. This is voluntary res

The type of **bias **in this survey is **question**-**wording bias **because the question is **influencing **the **response **(option D).

**Question**-**wording bias **occurs when the **words **selected in the question **influence **a specific **response**. Here is one example:

In this question, the use of the word **cruel** qualifies bullfighting as **negative**, and therefore in most cases, people will answer that **bullfighting **should be **forbidden**.

This **effect occurs **in the question for this **survey **because the **section **given that an **increase **in **drilling **could result in **increased tax revenue **and additional **jobs **to the **region indirectly **states **drilling **is positive and therefore influences the response of those surveyed.

**Note**: This question is incomplete because some of the options are missing; here are the complete options:

What type of bias could be most likely affecting the survey results?

A. This is undercoverage bias because some segments of the population will be excluded from the sample.

B. This is response bias because those selected for the survey may not provide truthful opinions about oil drilling.

C. This is voluntary response bias because those most passionate about drilling will be more likely to register an opinion.

D. This is question-wording bias because the information given at the start of the question may lead those surveyed towards a desired response.

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If DEF and MNO are two triangles such that DE=MN and EF=NO, which of the following would be sufficient to prove that triangles are congruent

**Answer:**

D. ∠E ≅ ∠N

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The pair of sides meet at vertex E in ∆DEF and at vertex N in ∆MNO. Since the sides that make up angles E and N are shown congruent, it is sufficient to show ...

** ∠E ≅ ∠N**

Then the SAS congruence postulate can be claimed.

__

*Additional comment*

The alternative is to show DF ≅ MO. That would allow you to claim SSS congruence. That is not an answer choice.

Find the GCF and LCM for 16 and 24.

**Greatest Common Factors** (GCF) of 16 and 24 = 8

**Least Common Multiple** of 16 and 24 = 48

GCF means **Greatest Common Factors**

**Factors** of 16 = 1, 2, 8, 4, and 16

**Factors** of 24 = 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, and 24

**Common Factors** of 16 and 24 = 1, 2, 4, and 8

**Greatest Common Factors** (GCF) of 16 and 24 = 8

**LCM** means Least Common Multiples

**Multiples** of 16 = 16, 32,48, 54.....

**Multiples** of 24 = 24, 48, 72....

The **Least Common Multiple** of 16 and 24 = 48

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help me i really need it

**Answer:**

A (0, -4)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A(0,-4) step by step is

My mom walks 1 mile in 14

minutes. If she walked for 56

minutes, how far did she walk?

**Answer:**

4 miles

**Step-by-step explanation**

**If your mom can walk 1 mile in 14 minutes then 2 miles would take her 28 minutes 3 miles would take her 42 minutes and finally if she walked 4 miles it would take her 56 minutes.**

**14 + 14 + 14 + 14 = 56**

**14 x 4 = 56**

Please help i rlly need itttt

**Answer:**

The value of x is the value where the line crosses the x-axis!

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Hope this helps!!

Please tell me if I have made a mistake!!

I enjoy learning from them:)

**Answer:**

**x = y - b/m (with the obvious restriction m ≠ 0 )**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If

**y = mx + b**

subtracting b from both sides

**y - b = mx**

dividing both sides by m

y - b/m = x

flipping the sides **(to make it look more normal)**

**x = y - b/m**

Maya solved 1/4 of a crossword puzzle before dinner and a part of it after dinner. If Maya solved 3/4 of the crossword in all, what fraction of the puzzle did she solve after dinner?

Choose the equation that matches the word problem.

**Answer:2/4**

**Step-by-step explanation: you would just subtract 3/4 by 1/4 to get 2/4**

746 divided by 40 with remainder

It would be 18.65 with a remainder of 1

**Answer:**

Quotient: 18; Remainder: 26

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Please open the PDF file for work.

Hoped this helped.

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Write the ratio 4 1/5 to 5 2/5 as a simplified fraction

**Answer:**

[tex]\huge\boxed{4\dfrac{1}{2}:5\dfrac{2}{5}=5:6}[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[tex]4\dfrac{1}{2}:5\dfrac{2}{5}[/tex]

we convert a mixed number to an improper fraction

[tex]4\dfrac{1}{2}=\dfrac{4\cdot2+1}{2}=\dfrac{9}{2}\\\\5\dfrac{2}{5}=\dfrac{5\cdot5+2}{5}=\dfrac{27}{5}[/tex]

Therefore

[tex]4\dfrac{1}{2}:5\dfrac{2}{5}=\dfrac{9}{2}:\dfrac{27}{5}=\dfrac{9\!\!\!\!\diagup^1}{2}\cdot\dfrac{5}{27\!\!\!\!\!\diagup_3}=\dfrac{1}{2}\cdot\dfrac{5}{3}=\dfrac{1\cdot5}{2\cdot3}=\dfrac{5}{6}=5:6[/tex]

The **ratio **4 1/5 to 5 2/5 is equivalent to the **simplified fraction **7/9.

To write the ratio 4 1/5 to 5 2/5 as a simplified fraction, we need to convert both **mixed** **numbers** to **improper** **fractions **and then find their ratio.

Step 1: Convert the mixed numbers to improper fractions:

4 1/5 = (4 * 5 + 1) / 5 = 21 / 5

5 2/5 = (5 * 5 + 2) / 5 = 27 / 5

Step 2: Find the ratio by dividing the first fraction by the second fraction:

Ratio = (21 / 5) / (27 / 5)

Step 3: To divide by a fraction, multiply by its reciprocal:

Ratio = (21 / 5) * (5 / 27)

Step 4: Simplify the fraction:

Ratio = (21 * 5) / (5 * 27)

Ratio = 105 / 135

Step 5: Simplify the fraction further by dividing both the numerator and denominator by their greatest common divisor, which is 15:

Ratio = (105 / 15) / (135 / 15)

Ratio = 7 / 9

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Please help me solve this question I'm stuck on

The answer to the question is

D) ($9. 60, $9. 84)

At TGI Fridankay's you order a drink for $2.99, an appetizer for $9.99, the cajun chicken pasta for $11.50, and a dessert for $7.99. You had amazing service and know that you are going to tip your waiter 20%! The waiter also gave you a 10% coupon to use. There is also a 7% sales tax on the bill. What is your total bill after the tip, discount, and tax?

The total bill after the **tip, discount, and tax i**s **$37.76.**

The total cost of the order is reduced by the **coupon **and increased by the **tax paid and tip. **

Total cost of the items bought = cost of the drink + appetizer + Cajun + dessert

$2.99 + $9.99 + $11.50 + $7.99 = $32.47

Value of the** tip **= 20% x $32.47 = $6.49

Cost of the items after the **coupon: (**100% - 10%) x $32.47

90% x $32.47

0.9 x $32.47 = $29.22

Cost of the items after the **tax: **(1.07) x $29.22 = $31.27

Total cost of the items = $31.27 +$6.49 = **$37.76**

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Janessa recently increased the size of his Jeep tires from the original P230/85R18 to the larger P250/85R21. If Janessa didn’t recalibrate her odometer, how far did she really travel on the new tires when her odometer shows she has traveled 23425 miles?

The** distance Janessa traveled** on the **new tires **with the given **size **is** 26,470.25 miles.**

The given parameters:

The **diameter **of the **smaller tire** is calculated as follows;

[tex]0.85 = \frac{h}{230} \\\\h = 0.85 \times 230 \\\\h = 195.5 \ mm\\\\h = 195.5 \ mm \times \frac{1 \ in}{25.4 \ mm} \\\\h = 7.7 \ in[/tex]

**diameter **of the **smaller tire**;

D = 2(7.7 in) + 18 in

D = 33.4 in

The **circumference **of the **smaller tire**;

[tex]C_1 = \pi D\\\\C_1 = 3.142 \times 33.4 \\\\C_1 = 104.94 \ in[/tex]

The **diameter **of the **larger tire** is calculated as follows;

[tex]0.85 = \frac{h}{250} \\\\h = 0.85 \times 250 \\\\h = 212.5 \ mm\\\\h = 212.5 \ mm \times \frac{1 \ in}{25.4 \ mm} \\\\h = 8.37 \ in[/tex]

**diameter **of the **larger tire**;

D = 2(8.37 in) + 21 in

D = 37.74 in

The **circumference **of the **larger tire;**

[tex]C_2 = \pi D\\\\C_2 = 3.142 \times 37.74 \\\\C_2 = 118.58 \ in[/tex]

After **one rotation**, the **larger tire** will travel the following distance more than the **smaller tire**;

[tex]n = \frac{C_2}{C_1} = \frac{118.58}{104.94} = 1.13[/tex]

The** distance Janessa traveled** on the **new tires** when her odometer shows she has traveled 23425 miles;

[tex]distance = 1.13 \times 23,425\\\\distance = 26,470.25 \ miles[/tex]

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Based on the data given in the frequency table below, does a greater percent of eleventh

or twelfth graders surveyed like tennis? Use conditional relative frequencies to support

your answer.

Like Tennis

Grade

Yes

No

Total

Eleventh

45

50

95

Twelfth

62

28

90

Total

107

78

185

Rounded to the nearest thousandth, the conditional relative frequency that an eleventh

grader likes tennis is

Rounded to the nearest thousandth, the conditional relative frequency that a twelfth

grader likes tennis is

Since

% is less than %, a greater percent of (select)

like tennis.

**Answer: the answers vary since mine and urs are different, so these are my answers: 0.48, 0.63, 48, 63, twelth graders. youll have too think about it a lil bit, sry**

**Mark brainliest pls and also look at picture if u don't understand**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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The length of a rectangle is 6 less than triple its width. If the perimeter is 84 feet, find the length and width of the rectangle.

**Answer:**

0.00714285 less per foot

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Write an equation for the situation: Kristian has $200 which is two times Alejo's money plus $20.

**Answer:**

x= 2y + 20

**Step-by-step explanation:**

we could say kristian and alejo, Bob and Bill, shelled and Jackie or just about any other two words so let's call them x any y. kristian is x and also is y.

so kristian (x) has twice as much money plus another 20.

this means x has 2 times plus 20 more than y.

so x= 2y + 20

A sixth grade class collects 176 items for recycling three out of every eight items are cans the rest are bottles how many bottles does the class collect

**Answer:**

110

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We know that 5/8 of 176 so the answer is 110.

110 **bottles **class **collect**.

The **unitary technique **involves first determining the** value **of a **single unit**, followed by the value of the necessary number of units.

For **example**, Let's say Ram spends 36 Rs. for a dozen (12) bananas.

12 bananas will set you back 36 Rs. 1 banana costs 36 x 12 = 3 Rupees.

As a result, one banana costs three rupees. Let's say we need to calculate the price of 15 bananas.

This may be done as follows: 15 bananas cost 3 rupees each; 15 units cost 45 rupees.

Given:

A sixth grade class **collects **176 **items**.

Now, **three **out of every **eight items **are cans

= (8- 3)

= 5

So, **number **of **bottles **class **collect**

= 176 x 5 / 8

= 22 x 5

= 110

Hence, 110 **bottles **class **collect**.

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8. Paula needs to replace the floor in her family room since her cat peed in several

places. She wants to put down both vinyl flooring and carpet in the room. The

carpet she selected costs $2 per square foot. The vinyl floor covering costs $1

per square foot. She has $500 to spend on materials and must cover an area of

300 square feet. How much carpet and vinyl flooring will she buy to meet her

requirements?

So Looks like it’s area so 2x1x500x300 =300000

Suraj took a slice of pizza from the freezer and put it in the oven. The pizza’s temperature (in degrees celsius) as a function of time (in minutes) is graphed. What was the pizza’s temperature after 2 minutes?

**For this case, the first thing we should do is write the linear function that best suits the table.
**

** In this case we have the following function:
**

** y = 7.5x - 5
**

** C = 7.5t-5
**

** For C = 100 we have:
**

** 100 = 7.5t-5
**

** We clear the time:
**

** t = (100 + 5) / (7.5)
**

** t = 14
**

** Answer:
**

** it did take the pizza to reach 100 degrees Celsius about 14 minutes**

9x + 3 – 7x + 4

Help me out please?

Answer: The answer is 2x + 7.

Explanation: First, we need to add the numbers:

9x + **3** – 7x + **4**

9x + **7** - 7x

And finally, we combine like terms:

**9x** + 7 **- 7x**

**2x** + 7

the answer is 2x plus 7

could you help me with this? its an ss here:

-8-5=2 i think this is right i could b wrong

2-(-8)=10

When subtracting a negative number, you will actually add. You can double check this by counting on the number line. Make sure you count by 2.

When subtracting a negative number, you will actually add. You can double check this by counting on the number line. Make sure you count by 2.

HELP ME ASAP!!!

Question 3(Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(04.04 MC)

If a sprinkler waters 1 over 15 of a lawn in 1 over 3 hour, how much time will it take to water the entire lawn?

5 hours

15 hours

18 hours

45 hours

**Answer:**

45 hour GIVE BRAINLY PLZ

Evaluate the function h(x) = 13 – x when x= -3,0, and 8.

**Answer:**

h(-3)=16

h(0)=13

h(8)=5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[tex]h( -3) = 13 - ( - 3) = 16 \\ h(0) = 13 - 0 = 13 \\ h(8) = 13 - 8 = 5[/tex]

9. YOU BE THE TEACHER Your friend

says 9 divided by 2.5 is about 3. Is your friend's

estimate reasonable? Explain.

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Yes, it's reasonable.

What you are doing is solving the question by rounding. You come up with an answer. Suppose you loose the decimal somewhere and you get 0.36? Is that reasonable? Do you just write the answer in the provided blank and move on. What now?

You get it wrong?!!

But your estimate should be about 9/3 = 3. Now you look at your calculator with great misgivings, because it made a mistake. Did it or did you? Well ultimately you did, but you have to blame something. So the calculator takes the heat.

Who knows? Maybe the decimal doesn't work. It's stuck or something. In any event you should be aware that there's no way the answer could be 0.36 when you estimate it to be 3.

The segments shown below could form a triangle.

A. True

B. False

False

When completing something like this, the Phythagoream Therom comes into focus. It states that:

A^2 + B^2 = C^2

According to my calculations, A^2 + B^2 = 130 whereas C^2 is 320. This is incorrect and therefore is false.

Multiply. −2(−5)(−3)

**Answer: -30**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

-2 X -5 = 10

10 X -3 = -30

Therefore, -2(-5)(-3) = -30

The **multiplication **of −2(−5)(−3) is **-30**

The **multiplication **of **numbers **in **brackets **with **negative signs **takes a method whereby the **signs** are taken into **account **when performing the **arithmetic operation.**

From the given question, we are to multiply:

= - 2 × (-5) × (-3)

= +10 × (-3)

=** -30 **

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Please help me prove that ED is congruent to BA! I thought I had it right by proving right and vertical angles, but I’m missing something

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[tex]\overline{DA} \text{ bisects } \overline{EB}[/tex] is given

[tex]\overline{BC} \cong \overline{EC}[/tex] definition of bisect

[tex]\overline{EB} \perp \overline{ED}, \, \overline{EB} \perp \overline{BA}[/tex] are both given

[tex]\angle B, \, \angle E \text{ are right angles}[/tex] definition of perpendicular

[tex]\angle B \cong \angle E[/tex] because all right angles are congruent

[tex]\angle{ACB} \cong \angle{DCE}[/tex] vertical angles are congruent

[tex]\triangle{ACB} \cong \triangle{DCE}[/tex] ASA (angle-side-angle)

[tex]\overline{ED} \cong \overline{BA}[/tex] CPCTC (corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent)

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