**Answer:** 498,173.26.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Place value of the 9 in 329,513 = 9,000

9 is 10 times the value of the 9 in 329,513.

Then, **place value of 9 in required number **= 10x 9,000 = 90,000

from options only 95,826 and 498,173.26 has 9 at ten thousands place. (cancel all other options)

Also, 2 is [tex]\dfrac1{10}[/tex] the value of the 2 in 7,562.

**place value of 2 in required number =**[tex]\dfrac1{10}\times2=0.2[/tex]

i.e. place value of 2 in required number 2 tenths

which is in 498,173.26 ** [place value of 6 is **[tex]\dfrac1{10}[/tex]** the value of the 6 in 4.68]**

Hence, th required number is ** 498,173.26.**

-4( -3 )+ (6-2)/64 = ?

**Answer:**

**12.0625**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Im not sure but im pretty sure it's correct

12.06 or 193/16 in fraction form I believe. Sorry if it’s wrong.

Solve for x and y, please help!

**Answer:**

x = 37, y = 9

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3x + 11 and x + 21 are same- side interior angles and are supplementary, thus

3x + 11 + x + 21 = 189 , that is

4x + 32 = 180 ( subtract 32 from both sides )

4x = 148 ( divide both sides by 4 )

x = 37

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3x + 11 = 3(37) + 11 = 111 + 11 = 122

14y - 4 and 3x + 11 are vertical angles and congruent, thus

14y - 4 = 122 ( add 4 to both sides )

14y = 126 ( divide both sides by 14 )

y = 9

The U.S. Capital building includes a statue on top representing freedom. If a person stood outside the building with a direct line-of-sight of 983 feet to the top of that statue and an angle of elevation of 17o , what would be the distance from the ground below the statue to the top of the statue?

**Answer:**

ok u need to list the numbers in the journal

**Step-by-step explanation:**

that doesn't give the answer

**Answer:**

what doesnt give the answer??

**Step-by-step explanation:**

0.05 is 1/10 value of what number

**Answer:**

1/2=x

0.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

x will be the number

5/100=(1/10)x

5/10=x

1/2=x

1/2=0.5

Solve: 4 − 2(2x − 7) = −6.

A) −6

B) −5

C) −3

D) 6

**Answer:**

x = 6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

4 − 2(2x − 7) = −6.

Distribute

4 -4x +14 = -6

Combine like terms

18-4x = -6

Subtract 18 from each side

18 -4x-18 = -6-18

-4x = -24

Divide each side by -4

-4x/-4 = -24/-4

x = 6

A speedboat, at full throttle, can go 65.0 miles in 1.5 hours. What is the average speed of the boat?

the average speed is about 40

1. You decide to buy some new clothes. The subtotal comes to $123.79, but

you have a 15% off coupon. What is the total you will spend? *

**Answer:**

$105.22

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Solve proportion 2/4.5=t/0.5

**0.2 or 2/9 in fraction form I believe.**

Multiply. Enter the product in simplest form.

2/7 x 4/5

The answer is 8/35 ;)

Given m 1= 65, find the measure of each missing angle.Givd your reasoning

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Given: **

**m∠1 = 65°**

Since. ∠1 and ∠2 are the angles of linear pair,

m∠1 + m∠2 = 180°

65° + m∠2 = 180°

**m∠2 = 115°**

m∠1 = m∠3 [Vertical angles]

**m∠3 = 115°**

Since, ∠1 and ∠4 is the linear pair of angles,

m∠1 + m∠4 = 180°

65° + m∠4 = 180°

**m∠4 **= 180 - 65 = **115°**

m∠4 + m∠5 = 180° [Consecutive interior angles between the parallel lines]

115° + m∠5 = 180°

**m∠5** = 180° - 115° = **65°**

m∠5 + m∠6 = 180° [Linear pair of angles]

65° + m∠6 = 180°

**m∠6 = 115°**

m∠5 = m∠7 [Vertical angles]

m∠5 = **m∠7 = 65°**

m∠6 = m∠8 [Vertical angles]

m∠6 = **m∠8 = 115°**

Could someone show me how to do this?

**Step-by-step explanation:**

b - no:of students on bus

V - " " on van

so the eqtn is

12v+10b=698

14v+2b=244

so when you solve these two eqtns you get

V=9

b=59

A bag weighing 80 N rests on a horizontal surface. The coefficient of static friction between the bag and the surface is 0.4, and the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.2. What minimum horizontal force must be applied to keep the bag moving at constant velocity once it has started to move?

**Answer:**

The minimum horizontal force that must be applied to keep the bag moving at constant velocity once it has started to move is 16 newtons.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

According to the First and Second Newton's Laws, an object has net force of zero when it is at rest or moves at constant velocity. Given that bag rests on a horizontal surface, the equation of equilibrium is:

[tex]\Sigma F = P - f = 0[/tex] **(Eq. 1)**

Where:

[tex]P[/tex] - Horizontal force exerted on the bag, measured in newtons.

[tex]f[/tex] - Kinetic friction force, mesured in newtons.

From **(Eq. 1)**, we get that horizontal force is:

[tex]P = f[/tex]

On the case of a horizontal surface, normal force exerted from ground on the bag and kinetic friction force is:

[tex]f = \mu_{k}\cdot W[/tex] **(Eq. 2)**

Where:

[tex]\mu_{k}[/tex] - Kinetic coefficient of friction, dimensionless.

[tex]W[/tex] - Weight of the bag, measured in newtons.

Then we eliminate kinetic friction force by equalizing **(Eqs. 1, 2)**:

[tex]P = \mu_{k}\cdot W[/tex]

If we know that [tex]\mu_{k} = 0.2[/tex] and [tex]W = 80\,N[/tex], then the horizontal force that must be applied to is:

[tex]P =0.2\cdot (80\,N)[/tex]

[tex]P = 16\,N[/tex]

The minimum horizontal force that must be applied to keep the bag moving at constant velocity once it has started to move is 16 newtons.

XY−→− bisects ∠WXZ and m∠WXY=29∘. Find m∠ZXY and m∠ZXW.

**Answer:**

29° and 58°

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Since XY bisects ∠ WXZ then ∠ WXY and ∠ ZXY are congruent, thus

∠ ZXY = ∠ WXY = 29°

∠ ZXW = ∠ WXY + ∠ ZXY = 29° + 29° = 58°

Which inequality matches the graph shown?

**Answer:**

I am pretty sure it is x>8 which is B.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I’m one hundred percent positive it’s B because if it’s open the aren’t less then or equivalent to or greater than or equivalent to

Mr. Lowell has one of the most impressive antique toy collections in the United States, and he plans to distribute all 34,083 toys in his collection evenly to 21 different museums. How many toys will each museum get?

You have to divide 34,083 by 21 which gives you 1,623. So each museum will get 1,623 toys each.

not really an academic subject lol just a stoopid inquiry

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does anyone else stay up super late even if they're tired? like you haven't "completed" your day yet. just me?... TT_TT pls help

(my sleep schedule is very messed up) :,)

**Answer:**

Yes me too! Except I watch movies because I have a feeling they won't be there tomorrow lol

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Which ordered pair is in the solution y>=1/3x+4

A. (-6,1)

B. (1,-6)

C. (6,-1)

D. (-1,6)

A the answer I think

I think it would be A

To which subsets of numbers does 30/15 belong ?

30/15 = 2

Since 2 is a natural number, a whole number and an integer, so is 30/15.

Tina recorded the number of calories she burned during a bike ride. The graph shows Tina’s calories burned, y, after x hours. If Tina rode her bike at a constant rate for the first three hours, what was Tina’s average calories burned, in calories per hour, between hour 0 and hour 3?

**Answer:**

the answer is B because 2x3 is ainzqwndwqncjnjqanc2ejn2qncb

**Step-by-step explanation:**

400 per **hour **was Tina's average **calorie **burn per **hour **between **hours **0 and 3 if she rode her bike at a steady speed for the first three **hours**.

Given that,

Tina kept track of the **calories **she expended while riding her bike. After x **hours**, the graph displays Tina's **calories **burned, y.

We have to find what was Tina's average **calorie **burn per **hour **between **hours **0 and 3 if she rode her bike at a steady speed for the first three **hours**.

What is a graph?

A graph is a visual representation or diagram that displays facts or values in an organized manner in mathematics. The relationships between two or more objects are often shown by the points on a graph.

Therefore, 400 per **hour **was Tina's average **calorie **burn per **hour **between **hours **0 and 3 if she rode her bike at a steady speed for the first three **hours**.

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4. What is the solution of the proportion 3 16 = 9 y ?

answer:

5.33333333333

Neuma has a container that held 9/54 of a kilogram of rainbow sprinkles she divided the sprinkles Evenly to put on top of the 9 servings of ice cream that she was making for her friends at the sleepover.To determine the weight of each serving neuma performed the calculations below she concluded that each serving weighs 1/6 of a kilogram. What is Neumas error?

Answer:

c. neuma should have only divided 9 by 9, not 54 by 9.

Step-by-step explanation:

Neuma had a container that held 9/54 of a kilogram of rainbow sprinkles. she divided the sprinkles evenly to put on top of the 9 servings of ice cream that she was making for her friends at the sleepover. to determine the weight of each serving, neuma performed the calculations below. she concluded that each serving weighs 1/6 of a kilogram. what is neuma’s error?

a. neuma should have multiplied by 54, not divided.

b. neuma should have multiplied by 9, not divided.

c. neuma should have only divided 9 by 9, not 54 by 9.

d. neuma should have only divided 54 by 9, not 9 by 9

Neuma's calculation

9/54

= 1/6

Kilogram of rainbow sprinkles = 9/54

Ice cream servings = 9

Correct calculation

Weight of each servings = total weight / number of servings

= 9 / 54 ÷ 9

= 9 / 54 × 1 / 9

= 1 / 54

Each servings = 1/54 kilogram

c. neuma should have only divided 9 by 9, not 54 by 9.

**Answer:**

c

**Neuma should have only divided 9 by 9, not 54 by 9.**

On a flight from New York to London, an airplane travels at a constant speed. An equation relating the distance traveled in miles, d, to the number of hours flying, t, is LaTeX: t=\frac{1}{500}dt=1500d. How long will it take the airplane to travel 800 miles?

Answer:

1.6hours

Step-by-step explanation:

We know that Speed= distance/ time

But from the question, An equation relating the distance traveled in miles d to the number of hours flying t is t= 1/500d.

And the distance is given as 800 miles

Then, what we need is to substitute the given Distance into the equation of time.

t= 1/500d. Where d= 800 miles

t= (1/500) × 800 miles

t= 800 miles/500

t= 1.6hours

Hence, it will take the airplane to travel 800 miles , 1.6hours

Claire and Richard are both artists. Claire uses the polynomial 50x^2+250 to decide how much to charge.Richard uses the polynomial 49x^2+350 to charge how much to charge for his painting.In each polynomial x is the height of the paintings feet. To the nearest tenth what height will both Claire and Richard charge for the same amount for a painting?

**Answer:**

The height of the painting has to be **10 feet** for both Claire and Richard to charge the same amount.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The polynomial expression representing the charge for Claire's paintings is:

C = 50x² + 250

The polynomial expression representing the charge for Richard's paintings is:

R = 49x² + 350

Here *x* represents the height of the paintings feet.

Now compute the value of *x* such that both Claire and Richard charge the same amount as follows:

C = R

50x² + 250 = 49x² + 350

50x² - 49x² = 350 - 250

x² = 100

x = 100

Thus, the height of the painting has to be **10 feet** for both Claire and Richard to charge the same amount.

What is true about segment R S and T U, if Point T has coordinates four, negative five. and U has coordinates (9, 2)?

**Answer:**

d

**Step-by-step explanation:**

a cubic block of ice has a volume of 1,331 inches how tall is the block

**Answer:**

The answer is 11. 11^3 is 1,331.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

NP

The length of a rectangle is 11 less than 9 times the width. The perimeter of the rectangle is 18 inches

**Length = 7 Width = 2**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**L = Length**

**W = Width**

**L=9w-11**

**2L+2W=18**

**2(9W-11) + 2W = 18**

**18W - 22 +2W = 18**

**20W -22 = 18**

**20W = 40**

**W = 2**

**L = 9(2)-11**

**L=18-11**

**L=7**

A package of candy contains 8 mini candy bars. The cost of the package is $2. What is the unit price?

**Answer:**

16 8 * 2 = 16 <3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Calculate the reciprocal of -0.013, correct to 1 decimal

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

-0.013 = [tex]\frac{-13}{1000}[/tex]

Reciprocal = [tex]\frac{-1000}{13} =-76.9[/tex]

can anybody help me know the Pythagorean theorem

**Answer:**

[tex]8^{2} +U^{2} =17^{2}[/tex]

**solve the squared numbers**

[tex]8^{2} =64[/tex]

[tex]17^{2} =225[/tex]

[tex]64+U^{2} =225[/tex]

**subtract 64 from 289**

[tex]U^{2} =225[/tex]

**square root 225**

[tex]U=[/tex][tex]\sqrt{225}[/tex]

**simplify that**

[tex]U=[/tex][tex]\sqrt{15^2}[/tex]

[tex]U= 15[/tex]

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