**Answer:**

angle V + Angle W = angle U

angle VUF is equal to 94 degrees

**Step-by-step explanation:**

What is the midpoint of the line segment with endpoints at (-6, 3) and (-10, 7)?

A(-8,5)

B(-16, 10)

C (2,-2)

D (4,-4)

Choose

The answer is A (-8,5)

**Answer:**

*A(-8,5)*

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given two points (-6, 3), and (-10, 7). The midpoint is calculated by averaging the x, and y values of two coordinates. As (-10, 7) is the the first point (x1, y1), and (-6, 3) is the second point (x2, y2).

[tex]midpoint \: of \: (x_{1},y_{1}), \: and \: (x_{2},y_{2}) \\ = (\frac{x_{1} + x_{2}}{2}, \frac{y_{1} + y_{2}}{2})[/tex]

[tex] midpoint \: of \: (-6,3), \: and \: (-10,7) = (\frac{-10 + -6}{2}, \frac{7 + 3}{2}) \: = (\frac{-16}{2}, \frac{10}{2}) \: = (-8,5)[/tex]

PLSSSS HELP can someone show me how would this look on a graph f(x)=−3[x+2] I need all the points

**Answer:**

hope this helps :)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The deductions from Jennifer monthly pay are federal income tax (FIT) of $87, state income tax (SIT) of 2.5% of gross pay, city income tax (CIT) of 1.2% of gross, social security, and Medicare. Her monthly net pay is $3,982.22. Find Jennifer's monthly gross pay

Answer:

$4,225.6

Step-by-step explanation:

Jenifer had the following deductions from her monthly pay

Federal income tax of $87

State income tax of 2.5% of gross pay

City income tax of 1.2% of gross pay

Jennifer monthly pay is $3,982.22

Therefore jenifer monthly gross pay can be calculated as follows

Let x represent the gross pay

x = 3982.22 + 87 + 1.2/100x + 2.5/100x

x = 3982.22 + 87 + 0.012x + 0.025x

x =4069.22 + 0.037x

Collect the like terms

x - 0.037x = 4069.22

0.963x = 4069.22

Divide both sides by the coefficient of x

x = 4069.22/0.963

x = 4,225.6

Hence Jennifer monthly gross pay is $4,225.6

simply the following (z⁵)²

**Answer:**

Z^10

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

multiply 5*2=10

your answer will be =z^10

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Find the measure of the "?" or "X". Explain or show your

**Answer:**

66⁰ + x = 111⁰

x = 111⁰ - 66⁰

x = 45⁰

**Answer:**

First, I am taking the interior angle E as 'y' to be able to use the angle sum property to find 'x'.

So we can find 'y' by using 'linear pair'.

So Exterior angle 'E'+y=180 Degree.

= 111+y=180

By transposing: y=180-11

And y= 69 degrees.

And now have angles y & 'Angle G' we can use Angle sum property to find 'x'

THEREFOR, y+x+angle G=180 degrees.

= 69 degrees+66 degrees+x=180 degrees

= 135 degrees+x=180 degrees

by transposing,

x= 180 degrees-135 degrees

And, x= 45 degrees

*BY USING EXTERIOR ANGLE PROPERTY.*

**ACCORDING TO EXTERIOR ANGLE PROPERTY OF TRIANGLE: "An exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of its interior opposite angles"**

So, Exterior Angle E= x+ Angle G

= 111 degrees= x+ 66 degrees

By transposing, x= 111 degrees-66 degrees

= x=45 degrees.

So no matter whichever method is used, the value of x= 45 degrees.

Find the distance between the two points in simplest radical form.

(-1,0) and (5, -8)

**Answer:**

10

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given coordinates:

(-1,0) and (5, -8)

Unknown:

Distance between the two endpoints = ?

Solution:

(-1,0) and (5, -8)

The equation for solving this problem is shown below;

Distance = [tex]\sqrt{(x_{2} - x_{1})^{2} + (y_{2} - y_{1} )^{2} }[/tex]

x₁ = -1 y₁ = 0

x₂ = 5 y₂ = -8

Distance = [tex]\sqrt{[(5-(-1)]^{2} + (-8 - 0)^{2} } }[/tex] = [tex]\sqrt{36 + 64}[/tex] = 10

**The distance between the two points is 10. **

Dorothy is buying chips at the grocery store. She needs to decide between Erik´s chips that are $3.84 for a 12 oz. bag and Al´s chips for $3.57 for a 8.5 oz. bag. Which chips are the better buy and by how much?

**Answer:**

Erik's chips are a better buy by 10 cents per ounce

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Erik's chips cost by ounce: $0.32

Al's chips cost by ounce: $0.42

Sorry if this didn't help. This is my first answer

plz i need help -8 = p -5

the answer is p = -3

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hich statements are true? Check all that apply. Negative 2.5 = negative 2 and one-half –1.5 > –0.5 –0.5 < 0 –2.5 < –2 1 and one-half greater-than 1.5

**Answer:**

**Negative 2.5= negative 2 and one-half, -0.5<0, -2.5 < -2. **

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Put the words in numbers and symbols first and separate the sentence

**Answer:**

A C D

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Trust me on this I got it correct.

please someone help quick

**Answer:**

J

**Step-by-step explanation:**

dude trust me

The freshman spirit club took a trip to the state fair .There were 59 students and 6 chaperones, and the total admission cost for the group was 508$.Student tickets cost 2$ more than the chaperone tickets.Write an equation to represent the cost of a student ticket

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

First you determine the variables x and y as:

x: the value for student tickets

y: the value for chaperone tickets.

Knowing that student tickets cost $ 2 more than companion tickets, it is represented by the equation:

x= y +2

On the other hand, there were 59 students and 6 companions. And the total cost of admission for the group was $ 508, that is to say that what all the students and the companions have paid adds up to $ 508. Expressed by an equation:

59x + 6y = 508

Then the system of equations to solve and thus obtain the price of a student ticket and the price of a companion ticket is:

[tex]\left \{ {{x=y+2} \atop {59x+6y=508}} \right.[/tex]

Solving for x, the price of a student ticket:

Rearranging the first equation,

y = x - 2

Replacing in the second equation and solving for x:

59*x + 6*(x -2)=508

59*x + 6*x -12=508

65*x -12=508

65*x= 508 +12

65*x= 520

[tex]x=\frac{520}{65}[/tex]

x=8

The cost of a student ticket is 8$

Write an equation in slope-intercept form that goes through the points (4, 4) and (1, 2).

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Hey there!

The given points are; (4,4) and (1,2) as (x1,y1) and (x2,y2).

Note: Use double point formula for the equation.

Now;

[tex](y - y1) = \frac{y2 - y1}{x2 - x1} (x - x1)[/tex]

Put all values.

[tex](y - 4) = \frac{2 - 4}{1 - 4} (x - 4)[/tex]

Simplify it.

[tex](y - 4) = \frac{ - 2}{ - 3} (x - 4)[/tex]

[tex](y - 4) = \frac{2}{3} (x - 4)[/tex]

[tex](y - 4) = \frac{2}{3} x - \frac{2}{3} \times 4[/tex]

[tex]y = \frac{2}{3}x - \frac{8}{3} + 4 [/tex]

[tex]y = \frac{2}{3} x - \frac{8 + 12}{3} [/tex]

[tex]y = \frac{2}{3} x + \frac{4}{3} [/tex]

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A lake in East Texas was stocked with 3,000 trout in the year 2000. The number of fish in the lake is modeled by f(x) = 3000 + 100x, where x represents the number of years after 2000 until 2016. Which of the following is the most reasonable domain for the function?

Answer:

x_>0,_>3000

Step-by-step explanation:

I saw the answer key :)

The **domain **of a **function **is the set of input values the **function **can take.

The **reasonable domain **of the **function **is [0,16]

From the question, we understand that x represents the number of **years **after 2000 until 2016.

Hence, the **reasonable domain **of the **function **is [0,16]

Read more about **domain** at:

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Q is between P and R. S is between Q and R. R is between Q and T. PT=34, QR=8, and PQ=SQ=SR what is the length of RT.

**Answer:**

22

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let us interpret this problem;

---------------34-------------------

** P Q S R T**

** ----- 8 --------**

** -------- --------- --------**

x x x

**Let PQ = SQ = SR**

** **

**Find RT;**

** QS + SR = 8**

** Also;**

** x + x = 8 **

** 2x = 8 **

** x = 4**

**To find RT;**

** RT = PT - (PQ + QR)**

** RT = 34 - (4 + 8) = 34 - 12 = 22**

**Answer:**

22

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If 3 (x + 2) – 2(x + 1) = 8

what is the value of x

**Answer:**

x=4

**Step-by-step explanation:**

x+4=8

x+4-4=8-4

x=4

Simplify the expression.

(4a- 80 - 4a2) + (7a3 - 7 - 6a)

**Answer:**

the answer should be 7a^3-4a^2-2a-87

5. A car travels at a speed of 72 miles per hour. Write a direct variation equation for the distance, y, the car will travel in x hours. How far will the car travels in 4.5 hours?

**Answer:**

** y = 72x **

**324miles**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given parameters:

Speed of the car = 72miles/hr

distance = y

time = xhrs

Unknown:

Write a direct variation equation for the distance= ?

Distance covered in 4.5hrs =?

Solution:

**A. Write a direct variation equation for the distance;**

** A direct variation is a linear equation. **

It often takes the form y = kx

For this problem;

Distance = speed x time

input the parameters;

** y = 72x **

**The direct variation equation is y = 72x **

**B. Distance traveled in 4.5hrs**

** y = 72x **

** **x is the time taken;

So;

y = 72 x 4.5 = **324miles**

PLEASE HELP ASAP

Salina’s age is one-quarter the age of her aunt. If a represents her aunt’s age, which expression represents Salina’s age?

4a

a minus 4

a + 4

StartFraction a Over 4 EndFraction

**Answer:**

a over 4

**Step-by-step explanation:**

hope this helps you

**Answer:**

Last answer I think, it was hard to understand the explained choices but I think it's a/4.

700 decreased by 62% is?

**Answer:**

The answer I got was 266

**Step-by-step explanation:**

700 - 62% = 266

62% = 434

700 - 434 (62%) = 266

Gcf of 16abc^2, 28abc

**Answer:**

4abc..............................

The choir and band at Thomas Junior high's sold cookie dough for their fundraiser The choir sold the cookie dough for $2 per bucket and decided to spend $4 on material to make posters for advertising.the band sold the cookie dough for $3 per bucket but did not advertise for many bucket of cookie dough, x, would both clubs have the same profit?

**Answer:**

no.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

what is the missing angle?

**Answer:**

the missing angle is 73

Hopefully you can read it this time

The mass of a freight train is 9.98 ⋅ 10^6 kilograms. The mass of an aircraft carrier is 7.3 ⋅ 10^7 kilograms. Approximately how many more kilograms is the mass of an aircraft carrier than the mass of a freight train? Show your work and write your answer in scientific notation. (10 points)

9514 1404 393

**Answer:**

6.302×10^7 kg

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Since we want to find the difference in mass, we need to have the same exponent on both numbers. For that purpose, it is convenient to change the representation of the train's mass to 0.998×10^7 kg.

The carrier has more mass by the amount of ...

7.3×10^7 -0.998×10^7 = (7.300 -0.998)×10^7 = **6.302×10^7 . . . kg**

_____

Your (scientific or graphing) calculator or a spreadsheet can figure this for you and give you the scientific notation display.

3. A sari is sold for $60 thereby making a profit of 20% on the cost

price. What was the cost price?

**Answer:**

The cost price was $48

**Step-by-step explanation:**

60-20%=48

hope it helps :)

**Answer:**

50

**Step-by-step explanation: **

**60-x*100=20**

**6000-100x=20x**

**6000=20x+100x**

**6000= 120x**

**x= 6000/120**

**x= 50**

To make lemonade, you need 6 lemons and 8 cups of water. How many lemons do you need if you had 24 cups of water?

Final Answer: **18 lemons**

Explanation:

8 x 3 = 24

In order to find how many lemons you need, you need to multiply the amount of lemons by 3 as well.

6 x 3 = 18

Therefore, you need 18 lemons. :)

Jared earned $55 from cleaning pools. He deposits the $55 into his checking account.

Select each of the statements that would result in an overall change of $0 to his checking account if they are paired with the above

deposit.

Jared deposits $55 earned from babysitting

his brother into his checking account

Jared transfers $55 to his checking

account from his savings account.

Jared spends $55 from his checking account

to purchase a college Algebra textbook

Jared withdraws $55 from his checking account

Jared withdraws $55 from his savings account

Jared transfers $55 to his savings

account from his checking account

Reset

Submit

**Answer:**

Jared transfers $55 to his checking account from his savings account.

Jared spends $55 from his checking account to purchase a college Algebra textbook

Jared withdraws $55 from his checking account

Hope this helps!

I already know that the answer is 190 but why

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Mason has already run 7 miles on his own, and he expects to run 1 mile during each track

practice. How many track practices would it take for Mason to run 26 miles?

**Answer:**

it would take him 19 track practices

**Step-by-step explanation:**

26miles - 7miles= 19miles

I NEED HELP PLEASE!!!!!!!

1) How long is it from 9:15 am to 4:48 pm? h

2) Find the value of 4n if n=7

3) Solve the equation 3y=21

4) Change the index notation of a⁴ to its factors

1) 7 hours and 33 minutes

2) 28

3) y = 7

4) a times a times a times a

2) 28

3) y = 7

4) a times a times a times a

6-(666+987889879878)

**Answer:**

−987889880538

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

-987889880538

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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