**Answer:**

Mrs. Lowry is driving 0.8 mph.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If she is going 20 miles per 25 hours you would set up the problem as 20/25 or 20 ÷ 25. This is because you need to get down to how many miles she is traveling per 1 hour. So, 20 ÷ 25 = 0.8. Therefore she is going 0.8 miles per 1 hr.

need these 3 problems answered

1.(2x-3)^2+24=0

2.(3x+1)^2-49=0

3.3x^2-12x=-45

**Answer:**

ummm ................

A school has $15,000 to spend on computer monitors. The school plans to purchase 200 monitors for $89 each. A teacher completes the calculations below and concludes that the school has enough money to buy the monitors. 200 × 89 = (200 × 8) + (200 × 9) = 1,600 + 1,800 = 3,400

Answer:

Since the budget of the school is $15,000, the school does not have enough money to buy the monitors

Step-by-step explanation:

The school plans to purchase 200 monitors for $89 each.

This is the calculation of the teacher

200 × 89 = (200 × 8) + (200 × 9) = 1,600 + 1,800 = 3,400

The teacher's calculation is wrong

The correct calculation using Distributive property is

a(b + c) = ab + ac

200 × 89 = 200(80) + 200(9)

Because 80 + 9 = 89

Hence,

200 × $89 = 16000 + 1800

= $17,800

Since the budget of the school is $15,000, the school does not have enough money to buy the monitors

$17, 800 ≠ $15,000

The number of free spng to download is determined by usomg a ratio. When you purchase 40 songs, you get 24 free song download. How many songs must you purchase in order to get 6 free song downloads?

**Answer:**

10

**Step-by-step explanation:**

set up a proportion, 40/24 and x/6, 6 times 40 = 240, divide by 24 to get 10

Which Is The Correct Classification And Decimal Expansion of 3/8

**Answer:**

3/8 = 0.375

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I used a calculator

for the graph of g(x) pictured below, over which of the following intervals is g(x) only decreasing?

Answer:

2. -8 < x < -2

Step-by-step explanation:

The x-values of the line where the line slants downwards before it begins to slant upwards to the right, is the interval at which g(x) is decreasing only.

From the graph, at x = -8, y = -2. When x = -2, y = -5.

Between the intervals of x = -8 and x = -2, g(x) decreased from -2 to -5.

Therefore, the answer is: 2. -8 < x < -2

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One help me with this

**Answer:**

2/3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Answer:

2/3

Step-by-step explanation:

Slope equals rise/run. You find one perfect point (-2,0) and another along the line (1,2)

You count how many units up (rise) from the first point to the second point, and then you go over (run) to the second point. Your rise over your run is your slope.

A bus and a truck leave a gas station at the same time and are headed to the same destination. If the bus traveled 110 miles in 2 hours, and the truck traveled 180 miles in 3 hours, who is on pace to reach the destination first?

**Answer:**

The truck is on pace.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

To find which truck will arrive first, you need to find each vehicle's mph. To get the mph of each vehicle you just need to divide the distance by time.

Bus: 110 (miles) ÷ 2 (hours) = 55 (miles per hour)

Truck: 180 (miles) ÷ 3 (hours) = 60 (miles per hour)

When you do this you can see the mph of the bus is < the mph of the truck.

**If you have any questions please leave them in the comments.**

4. Evaluate the following expression for r= 5.

2(r2 - 8)

**Answer:**

The expression is equal to 4

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given the expression 2(r2-8) and the equality for the variable r = 5. It is best to substitute this equality into the expression to solve for its corresponding value:

2(r2-8) =

2(2(r)-8),

2(2(5)-8),

2(10-8),

2(2),

4

What is the solution to the system of equations?

**Answer:**

(2, - 4 )

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given the 2 equations

x + 2y = - 6 → (1)

3x + y = 2 → (2)

Multiplying (2) by - 2 and adding to (1) will eliminate the term in y

- 6x - 2y = - 4 → (3)

Add (1) and (3) term by term to eliminate y

- 5x = - 10 ( divide both sides by - 5 )

x = 2

Substitute x = 2 into either of the 2 equations and solve for y

Substituting into (1)

2 + 2y = - 6 ( subtract 2 from both sides )

2y = - 8 ( divide both sides by 2 )

y = - 4

Solution is (2, - 4 )

Describe the transformation

A) translation 2 units down

B) reflection across y=-1

C) reflection across the x-axis

D) across the y-axis

**Answer:**

C.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

HELP ME PLEASE HURRY

**Answer:**

x=-2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Square root of 244 simplified radicals

**Answer:**

Exact Form:

2√61

Decimal Form:

15.62049935…

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I think lol

HELP!! What is the value of B in terms of pie?

**Answer:48**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

48

**Explanation, cone with it's height to the value.**

3.What is the area of a Square with sides measuring 9 inches?

**Answer:**

81

**Step-by-step explanation:**

length times width = area

**Answer:**

81 inches.

Because 9

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The surface temperature ranges from -2°C to 31°C. Find the difference between the max and min temperatures.

**Answer:**

33

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

29c

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Write an equation parallel to 2x+5y=15 that passes through the point (-10,1).

2x + 5y = 15

5y = -2x + 15

y = -(2/5)x + 3

y = mx + b

1 = -(2/5)(-10) + b

1 = 4 + b

-3 = b

So the equation of the line would be:

y = -(2/5)x - 3

5y = -2x + 15

y = -(2/5)x + 3

y = mx + b

1 = -(2/5)(-10) + b

1 = 4 + b

-3 = b

So the equation of the line would be:

y = -(2/5)x - 3

The slope of the line below is -5/7. write a point slope equation of the line using the coordinates of the labeled point

need the coordinates to be able to answer

Which best describes the function on the graph

Direct variation;k=2

Direct variation;k=1/2

Inverse variation;k=1/2

Inverse variation;k=2

**Answer:**

The right answer is d. inverse variation; k=2

Ron is planning for the back-to-school rush at his store. Last year he estimated that he would need 168 notebooks, but he sold 200 notebooks. What was the absolute error in Ron’s estimate?

The absolute error is _______

**Answer:**

32

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

it is 32

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A pack of 48 water bottles at Costco is $3.95. What is the unit rate price for each water bottle?

**Answer:**

use caculator and do 48 divided by 3.95

**Step-by-step explanation:**

and u will get your answer

what are all the fractions that are equivalent to 1/7

2/14, 3/21, 4/28. just multiply 1 and 7 by the same number to come up with an equivalent fraction

**Answer:**

Some include: 3/21, 4/28, 5/35.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

You multiply the bottom by a number and then you multilpy the top by that same number!

1/7=3/21

1 times 3=3

7 times 3=21

A number is written with 10 zeros, 10 ones and 10 twos. Is it possible for it to be a perfect square ? Please help. I don’t understand how to solve this...

**Answer:**

i am going to help you to understand this problem. if it is written with 10 0s it will be the billion place. because of the ten ones it will be 0,000,010, and because of the ten two's, which is 20, it will be 0,000,030. and when i searched up on google, and watched an episode of number blocks, no, 30 is not a square number OR a cube number.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A-5-B when A=9 and B=-4

**Answer:**

8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

(Refer to picture)

Plug in the value of A and the value of B into the expression

1. If 18 zombies eat 45 brains, then how many brains will 4 zombies eat?

brains

0

2. A machine can make 246 bolts in 6 minutes. If you run the machine for 33

minutes, how many bolts can it make?

T

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3. You can buy 78 paper clips for a dollar. How much would it cost to buy 351

paper clips

9

8

4. A math teacher can make 45 students cry in 180 days. At this rate, how days

would it take to make 50 students cry?

What??? what is this?

**Answer:**

1. 180 brains

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A 42-inch piece of steel is cut into three pieces so that the second piece is twice as long as the first piece, and the third piece is Two inches more than seven times the length of the first piece. Find the lengths of the pieces.

**Answer:**

4, 8, 30

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let's call the first piece x. If the first piece is x, then the second piece is 2x and the third piece is 7x + 2.

Equation:

x + 2x + 7x + 2 = 42

10x + 2 = 42

10x = 40

x = 4

**The First piece is 4 inches**

Now all we do is substitute the x for 4. Therefore, **the second piece is 8 inches and the third piece is 30.**

Hope this helps!!!

PLEASE HELP FAST. WILL MARK AS BRAINLIEST IF GIVEN GOOD ANSWER

**Answer:y=9**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Alright then! First question!

A graph has height (inches) on the x-axis and arm span (inches) on the y-axis. Points are at (30, 27), (45, 45), (53, 50), (60, 60), (67, 70), and (73, 72).

Identify if there is a relationship between the variables.

(A) No, there is no relationship because the points are all up and down.

(B) Yes, the relationship displayed shows arm span increasing as height increases.

(C) Yes, the relationship displayed shows arm span decreasing as height increases.

**Answer:**

hmmm...i wanna go with B

**Step-by-step explanation:**

because it goes from 30 to 45 and 45 and 45 to 53 to 50 then the 50 goes 60 meaning their both increasing as it it goes on

at least i believe im right haha hope this helped if its not to late

**Answer: The answer is (B) Yes, the relationship displayed shows arm span increasing as height increases. **

**Step-by-step explanation: I got the answer correct hope this helps!**

A scared tarantula was able to go a distance of 20 meters in 6 seconds. What was its

average speed?

**Answer:**

3.33 m/s

**Step-by-step explanation:**

speed = [tex]\frac{meters}{seconds} > \frac{20}{6} = 3.33[/tex]

Erica and 4 friends are going out for pizza for dinner. They split one pizza and 5 small drinks. The pizza costs $13.00. They spend a total of $20.50. Find the cost of one small drink. Define the variable, write and solve an equation, and answer the question.

to find the cost of a small drink, you might want to:

subtract the decimalstotal cost : $20.50

cost of pizza :$13.00.

cost of one small drink : total cost - cost of pizza

: $20.50 - $13.00.

: 20.50

- 13.00

: 07. 50

: $ 7.50

Brainliest to the correct answer ( Evaluate 7 - 5p + 3q when p = 1 and a = 7.)

**Answer:**

23

**Step-by-step explanation:**

7 - 5p + 3a

7 - 5(1) + 3(7)

7 - 5 + 21

2 + 21

23

the answer would be 23

7-5p+3a

7-5(1)+3(7)

7-5+21

2+21

23

Plug in your numbers !!

7-5p+3a

7-5(1)+3(7)

7-5+21

2+21

23

Plug in your numbers !!

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Here is the story and the questions are below it15 points each!!! plsIn South Dakota, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is as big as Delaware and Rhode Island combined. It has some of the highest poverty rates in the United States. For three years, it has also hosted shows with music written for an orchestra by high school students."It's really a great thing to see these kids, and the pride that the reservation has in having these kids be stars," said David Gier. He is the music leader of the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra.The yearly music academy is one part of the Lakota Music Project. It's a program developed with the orchestra and musicians of the Lakota Native American tribe. The goal is to create cultural cooperation, teaching people about the Lakota and the orchestra."Through music, we are able to show a side of us that nobody gets to see," said Emmanuel Black Bear, a singer. He has been part of the Lakota Music Project since 2009. The native people have "a rich culture," he said. "I wanted to be a part of something where we could show the positive side of our people through music."Black Bear is bringing the Lakota Music Project to Washington, D.C. Native flute player Bryan Akipa and nine members of the South Dakota Symphony are also going. In October, Black Bear will perform at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian and at Washington National Cathedral. It is for a festival hosted by the PostClassical Ensemble. The goal is to show Native American influences on American music.Matching Two Different Types Of Music TogetherThe Lakota Music Project "deserves to be more widely known," said Joseph Horowitz. He is the PostClassical Ensemble's leader.The project began in 2005. It was soon after Gier started with the orchestra. He wanted to develop community programs, and he learned about tensions in his new community between Native and non-Native Americans.Gier approached local leaders and experts. One was Ronnie Theisz, a writer of books on Lakota culture. The two men talked about creating a project. An idea came one snowy evening at Pine Ridge. Some of the orchestra's musicians met with the Porcupine Singers, a drumming circle on the reservation. They played music for each other.Gier said the keeper of the drum talked about singing old songs and passing on tradition to younger people. It was the main thing both groups shared.There are plenty of differences, too. The timing of the two types of music is different, said Black Bear. "In the beginning, it was kind of difficult to match them together."Hearing The Music Instead Of Trying To Change ItThe first Lakota Music Project tour, in 2009, set themes for the concerts. Theisz became a leader on the project. He suggested grouping the concert around love and death, joy and sadness, with music from each culture. The second half had new works on Lakota themes. The Lakota Music Project is coming to Washington because of Horowitz's support of the Indianist movement. It was in the early 1900s. American composers wrote music based on Native American themes. Horowitz calls it "a major American cultural event that's been totally forgotten."From the Lakota point of view, however, the "Indianist" movement inappropriately uses Native American customs. It's based on a misunderstanding of Native traditions, they believe."Even when they loved to take source music from different Indian tribes," Theisz said of the Indianist composers, "they didn't appreciate it." They wanted to try to improve it, he said."We're trying to counter that," he said. "Hearing the real music is part of the project."The Lakota Music Project's focus remains on building bridges through music."It's just human connection," Gier said, "and feeling like we can make a difference."Question 1Refer to the Newsela article "The Lakota Tribe Wants to Educate People Through Music Project."Part AWhat is an implied idea in the article??A. The Lakota Music Project seeks to improve upon the music of different Indian tribes.B. The goal of the Lakota Music Project is to emphasize the differences between Native American music and European music.C. The Lakota Music Project is a product of the Indianist movement.D. An outcome of the Lakota Music Project is that people of different cultures learn how much they have in common.Question 2Part BWhich two sentences from the text that best support the answer in Part A?A. The Lakota Music Project's focus remains on building bridges through music."B. [The Indianist movement] flourished in the early 20th century as American composers based works on Native American themes.C. "Native music is more freestyle," said Black Bear, who has been part of the Lakota Music Project since 2009.D. "Its goal is to spotlight Native American influences on American classical music."
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