**Answer:**

x=28

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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**Answer:**

it makes no sence

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

D.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Mean x¯¯¯ 7.25

Median x˜ 7

Mode 6

Range 12

Minimum 1

Maximum 13

Count n 16

Sum 116

Quartiles Quartiles:

Q1 --> 5

Q2 --> 7

Q3 --> 10

Interquartile

Range IQR 5

Outliers none

7.25 - 7 = 0.25

Can anyone understand what this symbol is , I'm viewing scratch work to understand what to do with a problem but I can't understand what this is, is this cursive or something?

Unfortunately no it’s not

What is the x-value of the vertex of f(x) = -x2 + 9x - 11 ?

**Answer:**

at the vertex x = 4.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

hope this helps! :)

**Answer:**

at the vertex x = 4.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Solve the linear system using elimination.

46) -2x+4y=-2

6x - y=28

**Answer:**

x = 5, y = 2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

just trust me, I used a calculator

Need help a lot stuck

The answer is A

ok done. Thank to me :>

Compound interest compounded quarterly is given every ______ months. *

1 point

1

3

6

**Answer:**

**3 months**

a quarter is a period of three months

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Evaluate ( f/g)(x) if f(x) = 2x and g(x) = 3x – 2 when x = 2.

**Answer:**

1

**Step-by-step explanation:**

(f/g)(x)

= [tex]\frac{f(x)}{g(x)}[/tex]

= [tex]\frac{2x}{3x-2}[/tex] ← substitute x = 2 into the expression

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

= [tex]\frac{4}{6-2}[/tex]

= [tex]\frac{4}{4}[/tex]

= 1

Subtract 8 feet from 9 yards, 1 foot.

7 yards, 1 foot

1 yard, 1 foot

6 yards, 2 feet

6 yards, 1 foot

**Answer:**

6 yards, 2 feet

**Step-by-step explanation:**

9yards and 1 ft - 8 feet= 6.66666667 yards

6.66666667 yards=6 yards, 2 feet

**6 yards, 2 feet**

*hope it helps*

Write an equation for a line passing through the points (-1, 8) and (0, 5).

**Answer:**

y=-3x+5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

y=mx+c

point 1: (-1;8)

point 2: (0;5)

[tex]m = \frac{y2 - y1}{x2 - x1} [/tex]

[tex]m = \frac{5 - 8}{0 - ( - 1)} [/tex]

[tex]m = - \frac{ 3}{1} [/tex]

[tex]m = - 3[/tex]

subs point and gradient to get c

5=-3(0)+c

Therefore c=5

The equation is y=-3x+5

Simplify. x+y -x²-y²/x-y

X=222 y=58 nngvvhhydvkuvv

112

121

124

137

147

156

173

189

Find the median revenue.

**Answer:**

142

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Median is the MID Number

1/4, 3/4, 5/4, 7/4, ... 15th term

**Answer:**

29/4

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2/4 is added per step

14 steps from 1/4

1/4 + 14.(2/4) = 29/4

**Answer:**

*29** **/** **4** **is** **the** **15th** **term** *

*simplified** **:** **7** **1**/**4*

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3/4 - 1/4 = 2/4

5/4 - 3/4 = 2/4

7/4 - 5/4 = 2/4

. Use Arithmetic equation

a1 = 1/4

d= common difference = 2/4

*a15** **=** **a1** **+** **(**n-1**)** **d*

*a15** **=** **1**/**4** **+** **(**15** **-** **1**)** **2**/**4** *

*a15** **=** **1**/**4** **+** **14** **(**2**/**4**)** *

*a15** **=** **1**/**4** **+** **7*

*a15** **=** **29**/**4** **or** **7** **1**/**4*

Each of the following is a tip for saving EXCEPT:

A.

shop smart

B.

use credit cards

C.

pay yourself first

D.

focus on reaching a goal

A (good way to save money): If you shop smart, you can pick up amazing deals like BOGO's, 50% Off, 60 or even 70% off and yet you can still get so many brand that people enjoy

B (good way to save money): If you have a good credit card company, you can earn free rewards or even cheaper rewards for things that can cost large amounts

C (helps save lots of money): This is almost like paying another bill every month, where you set aside a certain amount every month for in the future like vacations or when you hit retirement. This could also be considered the answer because that could also bring to the lack of able to pay all bills needed

D (this is where I think the answer could be possible): Some people make "goals" of spending hundreds of dollars on shopping mall trips or goals of purchasing tons of things that want and can cost thousands of dollars, which is considered a waste of money

Types of Angle Relationships

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Question

If two angles are supplementary, then the sum of their measures is _[blank] degrees.

Question

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What number correctly fills in the blank in the previous sentence?

Question

Enter your answer as a number, like this: 42

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Answer: The answer is 180°.

Explanation: Two angles are called supplementary when their measures add up to 180 degrees, therefore the answer is 180 degrees.

r (90 degree) (def) for d (0,5) e (-2,8) f(-3,-5)

**Answer:**

d'(5,0) e'(8,2) f(-5,3)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

When rotating 90 degrees clockwise you only flip the x,y coordinates and changes the x

Example- (4,5) would become (5,-4)

HELLP ME PLS QUICK

Oscar and Kim have $22.00 each to spend at a book fair, where all students receive a 30% discount. They both want to purchase a copy of the same book, which normally sells for $28.50 plus 10% sales tax. To check if he has enough to purchase the book, Oscar takes 30% of $28.50 and subtracts that amount from the normal price. He takes 10% of the discounted selling price and adds it back to find the purchase amount. Kim takes 70% of the normal purchase price and then computes 110% of the reduced price. Is Oscar correct? Is Kim correct? Do they have enough money to purchase the book? Explain your answer using complete sentences, and show your work.

HELLLP ME PLS QUICK

**Answer:**

Both Oscar and Kim will have enough to purchase the book.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Oscar takes 30% of the normal price and subtracts it from the normal price. Out of 100% price he takes 30% so the result is: 100-30%= 70% of the normal price. Oscar's first step has the same result as Kim.

Oscar takes 10% of the discounted price (70%) and adds it back. The price will become 70% + 10%*70%= 77% of original price. Kim multiplies the discounted price with 110%, so the price will be: 70% * 110%= 77%. Both also give the same result.

The final price is 77% of the original, it will be: $28.50* 77%= $21.945

Oscar :

28.50 - 0.30(28.50) = 28.50 - 8.55 = 19.95

0.10(19.95) + 19.95 = 2 + 19.95 = 21.95

Kim :

0.7(28.50) = 19.95

1.10(19.95) = 21.95

**Answer:**

Both Oscar and Kim got the same amount and they both had enough money to buy the book.

Given that,

Oscar and Kim have money to spend at a book fair = $22

Discount for all the students = 30% = 0.30

They both want to purchase a copy of the same book, which normally sells for $28.50 plus 10% sales tax.

Book normally sells for = $ 28.50 + 10% sales tax

According to the question,

Oscar takes 30% of $28.50 and subtracts that amount from the normal price. He takes 10% of the discounted selling price and adds it back to find the purchase amount.

28.50 - 0.30(28.50) = 28.50 - 8.55 = 19.95

0.10(19.95) + 19.95 = 2 + 19.95 = $21.95

Kim takes 70% = 0.7 of the normal purchase price and then computes 110% = 1.10 of the reduced price.

0.7(28.50) = 19.95

1.10(19.95) = $21.95

Hence, Both Oscar and Kim got the same amount and they both had enough money to buy the book.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3) Solve the problem using your graphing calculator. Round all para meter values to the nearest hundredth.

Beatrice used a slingshot to launch an egg into the air. She recorded the egg's path using a motion detector. The following data represents the height (in feet) of the egg at certain time points (in seconds). Distance is the dependent variable and time is the independent variable: {(0.0, 16), (1.7, 20.46), (2.5, 23.16),(3.7, 23.51),(5.1, 20.07), (6.6, 12.4),(7.3,5.62), (8.0, 0.15)}

At approximately which time is the egg on the ground?

A). O seconds

B). 16 seconds

C). 8 seconds

D). -2 seconds

E). The egg is never on the ground.

**Answer:**

mmm, well, not much we can do per se, you'd need to use a calculator.

I'd like to point out you'd need a calculator that has regression features, namely something like a TI83 or TI83+ or higher.

That said, you can find online calculators with "quadratic regression" features, which is what this, all you do is enter the value pairs in it, to get the equation.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

What percent of 80 is 16

**Answer:**

20 percent

**Step-by-step explanation:**

20 percent

Step 1: 16/80

Step 2: 16/80 x 100/100 = 20/20

Step 3: 20

Step 1: 16/80

Step 2: 16/80 x 100/100 = 20/20

Step 3: 20

can someone help pls

**Answer:**

[tex]5.5[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Since 1pt = 2qt, 2.75pt = 5.5qt

please help

x-3=x^(2)-10x+25

**Answer:**

x=7,4

**Step-by-step explanation:**

help please asappppppppp

**Answer:**

First Equation: **6a-23**

Second Equation: **5a-20**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

So, I think you want me to answer part 2...

For the first equation, we can see that the denominator stays the **exact same, **meaning the numerator will also not change.

For the second equation, we can see the denominator changed from **a-3 **to **5a-15. **The denominator was simply multiplied by **5.** Since the denominator was multiplied by five we must multiply the numerator by five as well.

**5(a-4)**

**5a-20**

Hope this helps :)

velocity question ht=2+31t-16tsquared

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If I am not mistaken the equation is [tex]S(t) = 2 + 31t - 16t^{2}[/tex]

Then in that case V(t) = S'(t) = 31 - 32t

V(t)=0 gives the time when the stone hits the ground.

31 - 32t = 0

32t = 31

t = 31/32 = 0.96875s

The quotient of 2 numbers, p and q

A: pq

B: p+q

C: p/q

D: p - q

**Answer:**

b

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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**Answer:**

C: p/q

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Quotient is the result of dividing two numbers so C would be the best answer

Hope this helps! :D

The following system of linear equations is solved by graphing them on the coordinate plane.

y=3x−2y=−35x−1

Which ordered pair is the best approximation of the solution to the system?

(0,−1)

(−1,0)

(−1,−1)

(1,1)

Math lol

**Answer:**

(0, -1)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Maybe you're graphing ...

y = 3x -2y = -3/5x -1These lines meet in the 4th quadrant. The closest point among the answer choices is on the negative y-axis: **(0, -1)**.

A bag of mixed nuts contains cashews, pistachios, and almonds. There are 4000 total nuts in the

bag, and there are 400 fewer almonds than pistachios. Cashews weigh 2 g, pistachios weigh 3 g, and almonds weigh 5 g. If the bag weighs 9.7 kg, find out how many of each type of nut is in the bag.

Cashews:

Pistachios:

Almonds:

**Answer : **

**Cashews : 2950**

**Pistachios : 725**

**Almonds : 325**

**( credits to FB person : Moni )**

help with this please

**Answer:**

8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

we conformed the 8s by 4 and 3

Help please: A bus and a train leave a station at the same time, t = 0. The graph shows the bus's distance to the next station over time. The train moves more quickly than the bus. Write an equation of a function that could represent the train's distance to the next station.

Answer:

y = (5/2)x + 20

Step-by-step explanation:

Since the bus and train are both at the station at time 0, the y-intercept for the new equation is 20. That is one point on the new graph: (0,20) The question said that the train travels faster, that means it spends less time getting to the next station. The existing graph shows the bus got to the next station in 10 minutes, so maybe the train got there in 8 minutes. So another point on the graph is (8,0) We can use a slope formula to calculate the slope of a new line. Or just count squares on the graph (se image) to find the slope. Slope tells how steep a line is, whether the line is going up or down, but also the slope is like directions how to get from one point to another point on the line.

All you need to write an equation is the slope, m and the y-intercept, b and fill those two numbers into the formula y=mx+b Here slope is 5/2 and y-intercept is 20. So you get

y=(5/2)x +20

Negative five times a number decreased by ten is negative twenty five

What is the equation

-5x-10=-25 not sure if it’s correct!!!!

Natasha has a job putting letters in envelopes to be mailed. In 1 hour she put 42 letters

**Answer:**

In a period of time of 24 hours...

**Step-by-step explanation:**

In a period of time of 24 hours, she would have put 1008 letters. Good job Natasha

HURRY HELP PLEASE! SERIOUS ANSWERS ONLY!

Living Space?

You have the opportunity to live in a 3 bedroom 3.5 bath on Miami Beach in a Luxury Condo or in Laurel Mississippi in a 5-bedroom 7 bath home. Money for either is not an issue. The only stipulation is that you and your present family situation will remain intact. Given your present situation, which would you choose and why? (Students will receive full credit for their completion of the project; steps 2 and 3)

1. Look up property and amenities

a. Condo on: unaresidencemiami.com/price-list

b. Home on: 2230 Ridgewood Dr, Laurel, MS 39440 (type in address)

2. Look up the community in which EACH is located

3. Solve for the intersection of the two properties (two variable systems of equations using the

cost and the Square Footage as the variables)

a. Condo: $2.2 million / 1946 sq feet

b. House : $.3 million / 4681 sq feet

4. Which would you choose and why?

**Answer:**

The Mississippi home

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I would get the Mississippi home because it has 5 bedrooms with 7 bathrooms, it would be a great home for a family and guest to go to. and it also depends on the condition of the home and the amount of people in you family.

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Don has seven pairs of shoes, three pairs of pants, and six shirts. If all items are compatible, how many different outfits can he wear?
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What is your opinion of celebrity auctions? State your position, and support it with your reasoning and evidence cited from reading the article below.Celebrity accessories top the list when it comes to peculiar auction purchases. Of course, most are more solid than air. Fans went gaga when a fake fingernail worn by Lady Gaga herself made its way to auction. And a jaw-dropping chunk of change was once plunked down for a chomped-up piece of Britney Spears's chewing gum. When it comes to unusual investments, are humans just "born this way"?According to experts, the answer is yes! "The earliest archeological records show that ownership of objects is a universal phenomenon that has existed across time, cultures, and people," Professor Kiara Timpano told the University of Miami press. And what might be considered one person's trash is often someone else's treasure. Like a tennis racket smashed up by queen of swing, Serena Williams.So why do people collect such offbeat objects? It depends on the person. Some bidders raid their piggy banks for sentimental reasons. After all, nothing brings back feelings of childhood quite like an original pair of Dorothy's ruby slippers. Others drop great gobs of dough on items that are mostly for show. Or they may want to get hold of items that gain value over time. Like what? Like any pair of game-worn Air Jordans that adorned basketball legend Michael Jordan's famous, though sweaty, feet.Then there's the thrill of the hunt. Scientific research suggests that finding and acquiring items believed to be of value stimulates the brain and leads to feelings of pride and satisfaction.But shopping for strange stuff isn't always about self-fulfillment. It's sometimes about helping others. A teacup stained with Lady Gaga's lipstick, for instance, raised funds to support Japanese art students affected by a terrible tsunami and earthquake. Singer Justin Bieber once lopped off his locks for the auction block. Proceeds from the sale of his trimmed tresses went to help a pet shelter. Then there's Marvel star Scarlett Johansson. She spread some love, and possibly a cold, by putting one of her used tissues on eBay to raise money for a food bank.From the irregular to the icky, you can find some outrageous items at auction. Who knows? If you catch your favorite celeb tossing something as common as a napkin into the trash, you might have a treasure on your hands!
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