1) What will her monthly payment be , including taxes, insurance, and other fees, rounded to the nearest dollar, if she chooses the 30 year fixed?

2) Assuming she makes monthly payments for 30 years, How much will Jane have paid total for the house at the end of the 30 years? Don't forget the down-payment.

3) What will her monthly payment be rounded to the nearest dollar, including taxes, insurance, and other fees, if she chooses the 15 year fixed?

4) Assuming she makes monthly payments for 15 years, How much will Jane have paid total for the house at the end of the 15 years? Don't forget the downpayment.

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation: this is hard**

Put these fractions in order from least to greatest:

**Answer:**

1/4, 3/8, 2/3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3/8 is more than 25% (1/4) but is less than 66% (2/3) making the order 1/4 3/8 2/3.

**Answer:**

The answer is the 3rd option. (1/4, 3/8, 2/3)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

All u have to do is find a common denominator for all 3 fractions.

The common denominator in this problem would be 24

So lets convert all the fractions with a denominator of 24.

1/4 = 6/24

3/8 = 9/24

2/3 = 16/24

Since we now converted the fractions with a common denominator, we can deduce the order from least to greatest.

6/24, 9/24, then 16/24

In other words, the answer is the 3rd option. (1/4, 2/8, and 2/4)

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A store clerk sold 25 Mathematics books and 10 English books for a total of $855. If she had sold 10 Mathematics books and 40 English books, she would have got $135 more. form a pair of linear equations and calculate the price of each book.

**Answer:**

855+135=990

90x11=990

10x11=110

25x11=275

110+275=385 990+110=1100

385+1100=1485

1485/11=135

the math books was $11 each so all to gether it is $275.

the english books was $65 each so all to gether it is 715.

275+715=990

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The required **price **of a Mathematics book is $27 and the price of an English **book **is $18.

The **equation model **is defined as the model of the given situation in the form of an equation using **variables **and **constants**.

Let's assume that the price of a Mathematics book is x dollars and the price of an English book is y dollars. Then we can form two equations based on the given information:

Equation 1: 25x + 10y = 855

This equation represents the total **amount earned **by selling 25 Mathematics books and 10 English books for $855.

Equation 2: 10x + 40y = 990

This equation represents the total amount that would have been earned by selling 10 Mathematics books and 40 English books for $135 more than the original total.

To solve for x and y, we can use elimination or substitution. Let's use elimination:

Multiplying Equation 1 by 4, we get:

100x + 40y = 3420

Now, we can subtract Equation 2 from this equation to eliminate y:

90x = 2430

x = 27

Substituting x = 27 into Equation 1, we can solve for y:

25(27) + 10y = 855

675 + 10y = 855

10y = 180

y = 18

Therefore, the price of a Mathematics book is $27 and the price of an English book is $18.

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At the same time of day, a woman who is 78 inches tall casts a 63-inch shadow and her son casts a 21-inch shadow. What is the son's height? *

**Answer:**

26in

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The heights of the people in relation to their shadow lengths are proportional.

78in/63in = x/21in

The child's shadow is 1/3 the length of his mom so his height is 1/3 of hers.

78/3 = 26 in

**Answer:**

The son is 26 inches tall.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[tex]\frac{x}{21} = \frac{78}{63}[/tex]

** **

[tex]x= \frac{21x78}{63}[/tex]

21x78= 1638

1638÷63=26

**Hope this helps**

**Sorry if I got it wrong!**

Help (≧∇≦)b only question 15

**Answer: **6 minutes 47.30 seconds is more faster by 4.71 seconds :D

**Step-by-step explanation:**

in - order to find out the answer, you must subtract ! why ? because in racing events the lowest time is the fastest !

Equation : 6 minutes 52.01 seconds - 6 minutes 47.30 seconds

Answer : 4.71 seconds

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Write the first five terms of the geometric sequence whose first terns 6, and whose common ratio is 3.

The** first five terms **of the **geometric sequence** is **6, 18, 54, 162** and** 486**

**Geometric progression** is given by:

[tex]nth\ term=ar^{n-1}[/tex]

where **a** is the **first term, r **is the **common ratio **

Given that **first term** is **6**, and** common ratio** is** 3**, Hence **a = 6, r = 3**

[tex]First\ term=6\\\\Second \ term=6(3)^{2-1}=18\\\\Third \ term=6(3)^{3-1}=54\\\\Fourth \ term=6(3)^{4-1}=162\\\\Fifth \ term=6(3)^{5-1}=486[/tex]

The** first five terms **of the **geometric sequence** is **6, 18, 54, 162** and** 486**

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Which of the segments below is a secant?

С

F

О.

В

Д.

А

u

А. ОВ

B. AB

ООО О

C. DE

D. AD

**Answer:**

it is d i believe

The **secant** of a **circle** is line segment AD. Therefore, option C is the correct answer.

A line that crosses a **circle** at two different locations is said to be a secant of the circle. The Roman verb secare, which meaning to cut, is the source of the word **secant**. It can also be thought of as the chord of a circle extended outside of the circle.

Given that, circle with center O.

In the given figure, FC is chord, OB is radius, AB is tangent, AD is secant and DE is tangent.

Therefore, option C is the correct answer.

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Planes A and B are shown.

If a new line, p, is drawn parallel to line I, which

statement is true?

ZA

O Line p must be drawn in plane B.

O Line p must be perpendicular to line m.

O Line p must be drawn so that it can lie in the same

plane as line 1

O Line p must be drawn in the same plane as line n.

m

B. line p must be tge perpendicular to line M

13,22,31,...

Find the 31st term.

Find the 31st term.

**Answer: 283**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

To do this, it is helpful to get an equation you can use to solve any term.

This equation is:

[tex]13 + 9(n-1)[/tex]

So simply plug in 31 for n to get

[tex]13+9(31-1)[/tex]

[tex]=13+270[/tex]

[tex]=283[/tex]

**Answer:**

283

**Step-by-step explanation:**

9x+4=9(31)+4=283

13+9=22

22+9=31

9x

9(1)=9 9+4=13

9x+4

Given

f(x) = 3x^2+ 2x – 1 and g(x) =4x- 5find (gof)(-2)

**Answer:**

27

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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The first term of an AP is p & it's common difference is q. What it's 10th term?

The first term of an AP = p

The common difference = q

We know that

nth term of an AP = a+(n-1)d

10th term = a+(10-1)d = a+9d

t10 = p+9q

Tenth term of the AP is p+9q

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The ratio of the sides of two similar regular octagons is 5:7. If the measure of each side of the larger octagon is 21 cm, then the measure of each side of the smaller octagon is ________cm.

**Answer:**

15 centimeters.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If the ratio of two sides of similar octagons is 5:7, then the larger octagon has a side length that is 7/5 times the smaller one. If the measure of the side of the larger octagon is 21, then the measure of the smaller one is 5/7 times that, which is 5/7 * 21 = 15 centimeters.

6.

In a decorative figurine shop, it takes of an hour to paint 8

identical ceramic figurines. How long does it take to paint one

figurine? At the same rate, how long would it take to paint 12

figurines?

The time it would take to **paint **one **figurine is 0.125 hour.**

The time it would take to **paint **8** figurine is 1.5 hours.**

The first step is to determine the **average rate**. **Average rate **is the total **ceramic figurines painted **divided by the total time.

**Average rate = **8 /1 = **8 figurines / hour**

In order to determine **how long **it would take to **paint **8 **figurines, **divide 12 by the a**verage rate.**

1 / 8 =** 0.125 hour**

In order to determine **how long **it would take to **paint **8 **figurines, **divide 12 by the a**verage rate.**

12 / 8 = **1.5 hours**

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Name the triangle described

**Answer:**

acute angle

**Step-by-step explanation:**

different angles will produce different "opposite side" lenghts, so the angle has 3 distinct angles and therefore 3 distinct sides, different sides means is an **Scalene**.

Now, one of the angles is **90°** or namely a **right-angle**, that makes it a **Right Scalene Triangle**.

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Question 7 of 10

Which of the following is equal to the fraction below? (5/9)⁸

A. 5⁸/9⁸

B. 5/9⁸

c. 5⁸/9

D. 8•(5/9)

SUBMIT

**Answer:**

A 5⁸/9⁸

**Step-by-step explanation:**

the bracket there shows that the power is for both the numerator and denominator so A is the correct answer

of the negative number, and of the

16

6 The sum of a negative number,

negative number is – 13.2. What is the negative number?

**Answer:**

semoga jawabannya benar

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Korelasi Rank Spearman digunakan untuk mencari hubungan atau untuk menguji signifikansi hipotesis asosiatif bila masing-masing variabel yang dihubungkan berbentuk Ordinal.

**Answer:**

179.2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

166 = x + -13.2

166 - -13.2 = 166 + 13.2 = 179.2

2

Which function has a greater rate of change?

Function 1

Function 2

4

3

2

The function whose input x and

output y are related by

1

X+

2

-*x+7

14-3-2-1 1 2 3 4

2

A) Function 1

B) Function 2

C) Neither, they are equal

D) Neither, one is nonlinear

a) function 1 has a greater rate of change

2a+b+c=9 a+2b+c=8 a+b+2c=11

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# 2a+b+c=9answer

[tex]a = \frac{9}{2} - \frac{1}{2} b - \frac{1}{2} c[/tex]

#a+2b+c=8answer

[tex]a = 8 - 2b - c[/tex]

#a+b+2c=11answer

[tex]a = 11 - b - 2c[/tex]

refer to the attachment for explanationhope it helpsHenry jumped up 6 steps. Each step was 3/10 feet high. How high did he jump all together (in simplest form)

**Answer:**

1.8 or 14/5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Multiply "3/10 ft high per step" by "6 steps." This works out to:

18/10 ft was the highest that this young man jumped.

This reduces to **9/5 ft, or 1.8 ft**

Exercise on Properties/Laws of Sets Simplify each of the following identities to its simplest form, using the laws of sets; (i) (An B) U (AU B')'

(ii) An (AUB)

(iii) (CUA N (BUA)

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The distance between a 16 foot tall flagpole and a 40 foot tall tree is equal to the sum of the lengths of their shadows. If the flagpole casts a 18 foot shadow, find the distance from the flagpole to the tree.

**Answer:**

The distance from the flagpole to the tree is 27 ft

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Which of the following correctly shows the quotient of 75 divided by 5

**Answer:**

answer is when u will multiply 5 with 15 then u will got your answer

just kidding answer is 75

so 75 is quotient

but have written which of the following ( in the question)

so where is the options .In Exercises 12-20, TA=AB=BC and TD= DE = EF

Write an Equation that relates AD and BE.

Based on the **midsegment theorem** of a triangle, the **equation **that relates AD and BE is: **AD = ½(BE)**

*Recall:*

Given the image attached below, where, TA=AB=BC and TD= DE = EF, considering ΔTBE:

AD =Therefore, based on the **midsegment theorem** of a triangle, the **equation **that relates AD and BE is: **AD = ½(BE)**

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Use the function f(x) = 2x^2 − 3x − 5 to answer the questions.

Part A: Completely factor f(x). (2 points)

Part B: What are the x-intercepts of the graph of f(x)? Show your work. (2 points)

Part C: Describe the end behavior of the graph of f(x). Explain. (2 points)

Part D: What are the steps you would use to graph f(x)? Justify that you can use the answers obtained in Part B and Part C to draw the graph. (4 points)

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

For

f(x) = 2x2-3x -5

For Part A

Set f(x) = 0

Factor the Quadratic

Set the factors = 0

Solve each factor for x to find your x intercepts

For Part B

You need to use the coefficients in your Quadratic

List them

a = 2 , b = -3 and c = -5

Since a is positive, your parabola opens up

Find the x coordinate of the vertex it is -b/2a

One you get the x coordinate, plug it into to your Quadratic to get f(x) your y coordinate of the vertex

For Part C

You can plot the vertex, both x intercepts on a coordinate grid

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What is the Arabic numeral for this Roman numeral?

VII

07

09

08

STUR

**Answer:**

07

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

7

**Step-by-step explanation:**

V = 5

I = 1

V + I + I = 5 + 1 + 1 = 7

Hope that helps

You need to buy bananas at the store, but you realize you only have $2. How many bananas could you buy if they each cost 30 cents?

**Answer:**

6 bananas

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2 ÷ 0.30 = 6.6 repeating so 6 bananas

Help me, please? I dont understand these

Do you not know what slope is? Just use the slope formula which is y2-y1/x2-x1

Choose 2 coordinates and pick one of the y values to subtract by the other and the same x value correlated with ur first y value u subtracted minus the other x value

Choose 2 coordinates and pick one of the y values to subtract by the other and the same x value correlated with ur first y value u subtracted minus the other x value

write an expression that shows 9 less than the product of 11 and 3.5

try this for answer (11×3.5)-9=x

If Justin raves his Chevy Camaro south down 1-540 for 2560 meters in 60 seconds, what is his velocity?

2762 because 1088297396x8926372928 is 8262926366363939 divided by 926292983636392837 is 286228938 then divide again you get 2762

Caitlin has a cookie recipe that requires 1.25 pounds of sugar how many grams of sugar does she need

**Answer:**

For this answer, you need to do a conversion from pounds to grams. 1 pound is equal to 453.592 or just 453.6 grams if rounding is allowed. You would need to multiply 1.25 pounds to the 453.6 grams which would equal 566.99 grams or if you are rounding then it is 567 grams.

Your final answer is 567 grams of sugar.

1. The total amount of what you eam during the pay period before taxes and deductions are taken out is known as what?

Wage

Net pay

Salary

Gross pay

**Answer:**

net pay if im not mistaking

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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