**Answer:**

(6,1)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

In order to find the third point, you first need to identify the side length of XZ. X is (1, 1) and Z is (1, 5). In order to find the length of this segment, you just need to subtract 1 from 5 since that is the difference in the y-values and the x-values are the same.

Now, you know that XZ = 4. The problem says that the area of the triangle is 10, and the area of a triangle is a = [tex]\frac{1}{2}[/tex]bh, so you can just insert the values into the equation to solve for the base:

a = [tex]\frac{1}{2}[/tex]bh

= 10 = (1/2) * b * 4

= 10 = 2b

= 5 = b

Because the base is 5 units long, you can just add 5 to the x-value of the point Z, since Y is 5 units to the right of it

Y is (1 + 5, 1)

Y is (6,1)

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Ella played a math game and had the five cards shown.

7 0 -4 -10

Her score was the sum of the numbers on these five cards. What was Ella’s score?

3

⊝

23

−5

⊝

Not here

**Answer:**

-7 (Not here)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1. A negative plus a negative equals a negative/ a negative minus a positive equals a negative so: -10 -4 = -14

2. -14 + 7 = -7 so your answer is -7 and it's not an answer choice so you would select "Not here"

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**Answer:**

B.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I think its B because the Y comes before the slope

The formula κ(x)= f′′(x) 1+f′(x)23/2 expresses the curvature of a twice-differentiable plane curve as a function of x. Use this formula to find the curvature function of the following curve. f(x)=−5x2 The curvature function is κ(x)=nothing.

**Answer:**

K(x) = [tex]\frac{-10}{[1 + (-10x)^2]^{\frac{3}{2} } }[/tex] ( curvature function)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

considering the Given function

F(x) = [tex]-5x^2[/tex]

first Determine the value of F'(x)

F'(x) = [tex]\frac{d(-5x^2)}{dy}[/tex]

F'(x) = -10x

next we Determine the value of F"(x)

F"(x) = [tex]\frac{d(-10x)}{dy}[/tex]

F" (x) = -10

To find the curvature function we have to insert the values above into the given formula

K(x) [tex]= \frac{|f"(x)|}{[1 +( f'(x)^2)]^{\frac{3}{2} } }[/tex]

K(x) = [tex]\frac{-10}{[1 + (-10x)^2]^{\frac{3}{2} } }[/tex] ( curvature function)

Mr. Clopu buys an 18-month CD that pays 434% simple interest for $5,000. Find the value of the CD at the end of its term.

**Answer:**

FV= $5,325.8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Giving the following information:

Mr. Clopu buys an 18-month CD that pays 4.34% simple interest for $5,000.

**To calculate the future value, we need to use the following formula:**

**FV= (P*r*t) + P**

P= $5,000

r= 0.0434/12= 0.00362

t= 18

FV= [(5,000*0.00362)*18] + 5,000

FV= $5,325.8

The value of the **CD** at the end of its **term** is **$39,060**

Given:

Time = **18 month**

Principal = **$5000**

Interest rate = **434%**

**Future value** = ?

*Future value = Principal × Rate × Time*

= 5,000 × 434% × 18

= 5000 × 434/100 × 18

= 5000 × 4.34 × 18

= **39,060**

Therefore, the **value** of the **CD** at the end of its **term** is **$39,060**

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Find the distance between each pair of points in the coordinate plane.

(3,-2) and (2,-1)

**Answer:**

1.41

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3.A normal bus carries x passengers.

A large bus will carry twice as many passengers than the normal bus

A small bus will carry 8 passengers less than the normal bus.

Altogether the buses carry 128 passengers.

(a) Form a simplified equation in terms of x

**Answer: A) ** 4x -8 = 128

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We will represent the amount that the normal bus carries by n= x

We will represent the amount that the large bus carries by l = 2x

We will also represent the amount that the small bus carries by s = x-8

Now add them to equal to 128.

x + 2x + x -8 = 128

4x -8 = 128

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Deandre pays $15.20 for a pack of 8 towels.

Find the unit price in dollars per towel.

If necessary, round your answer to the nearest cent.

Please help

Answer: Each towel costs $1.90

Step-by-step explanation:

$15.20 divided by 8 = $1.90

The grandpapa car traffic function is shown check although following statements are true of the function

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A taxi cab in Myrtle Beach charges $2 per mile and $1 for every person. If a taxi cab ride for two people costs $12 how far will the cab travel?

Answer:

5 miles

Subtract the 1 dollar for each person from 12. You get ten, and divide ten by two, which is 5

2 points 5. What property is used to get from Step 1 to Step 2? * Step 1 : 28x + 10 = 66 Step 2: 28x = 56

Answer: subtraction property of equality

Step-by-step explanation:

15 men can dig a ditch in 10 days, how many day

Will 10men take working at the same rate

**Answer:**

If 10 men dig a ditch in 12 days .

Total man-days required to dig the ditch

= 10 men × 12 days

= 120 man-days

how long would 15 men take to dig it?

No of days required to finish the job by 15 men

= 120 men-days / 15 men

= 8 days

Answer: 8 days will be required to finish the job by 15 men

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Jared bought a cell phone for $42, Juanita spent 1 1/2 times as much how much did she spend

**answer:**

Juanita spent 1 1/2 times as much as Jared, how much did she spend?

$63

**explanation:**

one and a half of 42 is: 63

so,

the answer is Juanita spent $63!

Juanita paid $63 for the **phone**, which is **equal **to 3/2 of what Jared paid while buying the phone.

Follow these procedures to convert an incorrect fraction to a mixed number:

Given: Jared spent $42 on a cell phone.

We need to determine 1 and 1/2 which is 3/2 of total amount spent by Juanita.

So,

42(3/2) = $63

Therefore, Juanita spent $63 which is 3/2 **amount** spent by Jared in buying the** cell phone.**

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**Answer:**

c

**Step-by-step explanation:**

y = mx + b

”m” is the slope, so the slope is -2

”b” is the y - intercept, so the y - intercept is (0 , 1)

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you want new jeans and there is a sale this week where they are marked down 30%. what is your final cost if the original price is $50?

Answer: 15 dollars

Step-by-step explanation:

0.3 * 50

An airplane maintaining a constant airspeed takes as long to travel 925 mi with wind as it does to travel 775 mi against the wind. If the wind is blowing at 15 mph, what is the rate of the plane in still air

9514 1404 393

**Answer:**

170 mph

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The speed of the airplane can be represented by s. The travel time will be ...

time = distance/speed

925/(s +15) = 775/(s -15)

925(s -15) = 775(s +15)

150s = 25500 . . . . . . . . . add 13875-775s

s = 170

**The rate of the plane in still air is 170 mph**.

A large hamburger (e.g., Whopper®) sandwich contains 628 kcal and 36 grams of fat. Approximately what percentage of the total energy is contributed by fat?

Answer:

Step-by-step explanation:

Total energy of the sandwich = 628kcal

Mass of fat contained = 36grams

Convert gram to kcal

1gram = 9kcal

36 grams = x

x = 36×9

x = 324kcal

Hence the fat contains 324kcal

%fat contained = fat(in kcal)/total calorie × 100%

%fat contained = 324/628 × 100%

%fat contained = 1/2 × 100%

%fat contained = 50%

Hence approximately 50% of the total energy is contributed by fat.

b. If this branch of the military changes the height requirements so that all women are eligible except the shortest 1% and the tallest 2%, what are the new height requirements?

**Answer:**

c

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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There are 800 students who attend Park Middle School. There are 1.5 times as many boys as there are girls. Assign variables to the unknowns.

800= 1.5x +y

X is boys

And y are girls

X is boys

And y are girls

Define the following terms:

Mass - Something that measures the amount of matter in a substance or an object.

Volume - The quantity of three-dimensional space enclosed by a closed surface.

Melting point - The temperature at which a given solid will melt. (32°F)

Boiling point - The temperature at which a liquid boils and turns to vapor. (212°F)

Density - The degree of compactness of a substance.

Conductivity - The degree to which a specified material conducts electricity.

Solubility - The ability of a solid, liquid, or gaseous chemical substance to dissolve in a solvent (a solvent is a liquid.)

Magnetism - A physical phenomenon produced by the motion of electric charge.

Volume - The quantity of three-dimensional space enclosed by a closed surface.

Melting point - The temperature at which a given solid will melt. (32°F)

Boiling point - The temperature at which a liquid boils and turns to vapor. (212°F)

Density - The degree of compactness of a substance.

Conductivity - The degree to which a specified material conducts electricity.

Solubility - The ability of a solid, liquid, or gaseous chemical substance to dissolve in a solvent (a solvent is a liquid.)

Magnetism - A physical phenomenon produced by the motion of electric charge.

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**Answer:**

53.32114

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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**Answer:**

3.55 miles

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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A vaccine is 95 percent effective. What is the probability that it is not effective for more than 1 out of 20 individuals?

**Answer:**

The probability that the vaccine is not effective in more than 1 of the 20 individuals is equal to:

P = 1 - P(1) - P(0)

Where:

P(1) = probability that the vaccine is not effective in one individual

P(0) = probability that the vaccine is not effective in 0 individuals.

The probability that the vaccine is effective is 0.95

Then the probability that the vaccine is not effective is 0.05.

Then to calculate P(1), suppose that the vaccine is not effective in the first case and then is effective 19 times, this is:

p(1) = (0.05^1)*(0.95^19)

But this only for one case, we have 20 possible permutations (the vaccine is not effective in the first case, the second case, third case, etc)

Then the actual probability is:

P(1) = 20*((0.05^1)*(0.95^19)) = 0.377

And P(0) is easy to compute:

P(0) = (0.05^0)*(0.95^20) = 0.358

And here we have only one possible permutation, so we do not worry about that.

Then P = 1 - P(1) - P(0) = 1 - 0.377 - 0.358 = 0.265

This means that the probability that the vaccine is not effective in more than one individual is of 0.265 (or 26.5% in percentage form)

More on Linear Equations & Linear Systems: Question 1

How many solutions does the system of equations below

have?

y - 2x + 2

y-r-1

Select one:

none

infinitely many

O o o o

one

two

Answer:

21

Step-by-step explanation:

Labor costs. Labor costs for a farmer are $55 per acre for corn and $45 per acre for soybeans. How many acres of each crop should the farmer plant if he wants to spend no more than $6,900 on labor?

**Answer:**

392984

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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**Answer:**

A

**Step-by-step explanation:**

By solving (x+6)(x-9), we get x^2 - 3x - 54. By looking at our y-intercept, we can see that only option A has the correct intercept.

**Answer:**

A

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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factorize p^4+4

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

(p²)²+2²

(p²+2)²-2p²2

(p²+2)²-4p²

(p²+2)²-(2p)²

(p²+2-2p)(p²+2+2p)

There are (26)3⋅ 20 bacteria in a sample. What is the total number of bacteria in the sample? (1 point)

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