**Answer:**

Ok, so first, at the end of the equation, It says "+ 4" , right? So you put a point on positive 4 on the y-axis (the one that goes up and don, the vertical line.). Then, 2x means that's your slope, but since your graph only goes up to five, you gotta count down ward. So, go down from your point on the y-axis (4) *twice* and over to the **LEFT** (<--) *once.* Plot your point where you end up. then use a straightedge like a ruler, and connect your two points on the graph, and you have your line!

Hope this helps!

**Answer:**

it is cubix 12

**Step-by-step explanation:**

yw hope it helps!

1890s was rounded to the nearest 10 what is the upper bound

**Answer:**

When rounding to the nearest ten, like we did with 1890 above, we use the following rules:

A) We round the number up to the nearest ten if the last digit in the number is 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9.

B) We round the number down to the nearest ten if the last digit in the number is 1, 2, 3, or 4.

C) If the last digit is 0, then we do not have to do any rounding, because it is already to the ten.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Olivia is making chocolate chip pancakes for breakfast. The recipe calls for 0.5 quart of milk and 2.5 cups of flour. When she checks her kitchen for ingredients she realizes she has 3 8 quart of milk and 18 8 cups of flour. Does she have the correct amount of milk and flour to make the pancakes from the recipe? Explain.

**Given:**

The recipe calls for 0.5 quart of milk and 2.5 cups of flour.

She has [tex]\dfrac{3}{8}[/tex] quart of milk and [tex]\dfrac{18}{8}[/tex] cups of flour.

**To find:**

Whether she have the correct amount of milk and flour to make the pancakes from the recipe.

**Solution:**

Required Milk = 0.5 quart

Milk she has = [tex]\dfrac{3}{8}=0.375[/tex] quarts

Clearly, 0.375 < 0.5.

Required Flour = 2.5 cups

Flour she has = [tex]\dfrac{18}{8}=2.25[/tex] cups

Clearly, 2.25 < 2.5

**Since, the amount of milk and flour she has is less than the required amount, therefore she does not have the correct amount of milk and flour to make the pancakes from the recipe**

1.which of the following would save more fuel?

a.Replacing a compact car that gets 34 per gallon(mpg)with a hybrid that gets 54 mpg

b.Replacing a sport utility(SUV)that gets 18 mpg with a sedan that gets 28 mpg

c.Both changes would save the same amount of fuel.

2.Explain your reasoning for your choice.

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**Answer:**

1. b

2. For each 1000 miles driven, (a) saves 10.9 gallons, while (b) saves 19.8 gallons

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The fuel savings will depend on the miles driven. If we use 1000 miles as the reference, the various vehicle fuel usages are ...

gallons = miles/(miles/gallon)

18 mpg: 1000/18 = 55.6 gallons

28 mpg: 1000/28 = 35.7 gallons

34 mpg: 1000/34 = 29.4 gallons

54 mpg: 1000/54 = 18.5 gallons

So, ...

replacing 34 mpg with 54 mpg saves 29.4 -18.5 = 10.9 gallons.

replacing 18 mpg with 28 mpg saves 55.6 -35.7 ≈ 19.8 gallons.

**Replacing the SUV with a sedan saves more fuel, assuming all vehicles are driven the same distance**.

__

The fuel use reduction from 18 mpg to 28 mpg is about 36%, whereas from 34 mpg to 54 mpg. the reduction is about 37%. The SUV replacement is a better choice because the smaller fraction of a much larger fuel use is still more savings than obtained by replacing the compact car.

4x - 5y = 10 solve for y=mx+b

-5y = 10 - 4x

y = - 10 - 4x over 5

y = - 2(5 - 2x) over 5

hopefully this is correct

y = - 10 - 4x over 5

y = - 2(5 - 2x) over 5

hopefully this is correct

ASAP HELP ASAP HELPPPP

**Answer:**

3 or 2 is the answer to the question

2. Find m 21.

(1 point)

339

579

21

O 147°

123°

90°

57°

**Answer:**

90°

**Step-by-step explanation:**

33+57=90

180-90=90

Bus A and Bus B leave the bus depot at 9 am. Bus A takes 30 minutes to complete its route once and bus B takes 40 minutes to complete its route once. If both buses continue to repeat their route, at what time will they be back at the bus depot together?

Answer:

11 am

Step-by-step explanation:

Bus A and Bus B leave the bus depot at 9 am.

Bus A takes 30 minutes to complete its route once

Bus B takes 40 minutes to complete its route once.

We solve this finding the Lowest Common Multiple of the minutes each bus uses to complete it's route

30 = 3 × 10

40 = 4 × 10

= 3 × 4 × 10

= 120 minutes

120 minutes after 9 am is

60 minutes = 1 hour

60 minutes = 1 hour

= 2 hours.

9am + 2 hours

= 11 am.

Therefore, they be back at the bus depot together at 11 am

Write an expression for: The sum of 5 times a number and twice a number is 42.

**Answer:**

42

**Step-by-step explanation:**

5x5=40 ----> 40+2=42

Jackson Elementary School ordered 25 pizzas for an awards ceremony. At the end of the day, the principal found 8 1/4 pepperoni pizzas and 7 3/4 sausage pizzas left over. What is a reasonable estimate for the number of pizzas the students ate at the awards ceremony?

Answer: 9 pizzas

Step-by-step explanation:

From the question, we are informed that Jackson Elementary School ordered 25 pizzas for an awards ceremony and at the end of the day, the principal found 8 1/4 pepperoni pizzas and 7 3/4 sausage pizzas left over.

A reasonable estimate for the number of pizzas the students ate at the awards ceremony will be:

= 25 - (8 1/4 + 7 3/4)

= 25 - 16

= 9 pizzas

The tables given are for the linear functions f(x) and g(x). What is the input value for which f(x)=g(x) is true?

x=____

-1, it's fairly clear just from the table...

Answer:

-1

Step-by-step explanation:

Ella purchased a game that was on sale for 12% off. The sales tax in her county is 6%. Let y represent the original price of the game. Write an expression that can be used to determine the final cost of the game.

A y − 0.12y

B 0.06(0.88y)

C 1.06(0.88y)

D y − 0.88y + 0.06y

**Answer:**

The expression that can be used to determine the final cost of the game is

**1.06(0.88 y) ⇒ (C)**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let us solve the problem

∵ Ella purchased a game that was on sale for 12% off

→ That means the new price will (100% - 12%) of the initial price

∵ y represented the initial price of the game

→ Multiply y by (100% - 12%) to get the new price

∴ The new price = y (100% - 12%)

∴ The new price = y (88%)

→ Change 88% to normal number by divide it by 100

∴ The new price = y ([tex]\frac{88}{100}[/tex])

∴ **The new price = 0.88 y**

∵ The sales tax in her county is 6%

→ That means the final cost will be (100% + 6%) of 0.88 y

∴ The final cost = (100% + 6%) × (0.88 y)

∴ The final cost = 106% × (0.88 y)

→ Change 106% to normal number by divide it by 100

∴ The final cost = [tex]\frac{106}{100}[/tex] × (0.88 y)

∴ **The final cost = 1.06(0.88 y)**

**The expression that can be used to determine the final cost of the game is 1.06(0.88 y)**

**Answer:**

C. 1.06(0.88y)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

find the value of x (PLEASE HELP THIS IS a 40 point question)

**Answer:**

*x=40°*

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We have an isosceles triangle RST where the sides RS and ST are congruent, i.e. they have the same length.

One property of isosceles triangles is that the congruent sides form congruent angles with the other side. In other words, the measures of angles R and T are equal.

The sum of the measures of angles R, S, and T is 180°:

[tex]m\angle R+m\angle S+m\angle T =180^\circ[/tex]

Since [tex]m\angle R=2x-10[/tex] , [tex]m\angle T=m\angle R[/tex] and [tex]m\angle S=x[/tex]:

2x-10+x+2x-10 =180

Simplifying:

5x=180+20

Solving:

x=200/5

**x=40°**

5a+12 = 9A-12

Can anybody help me ?

**Answer:**

a=6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

5x+12=9x-12

5x+12-12=9x-12-12

5x=9x-24

5x-9x=9x-24-9x

-4x=-24

-24/-4

x=6

**Answer: 12 + 5a = 9a + -12**

**Reorder the terms:**

**12 + 5a = -12 + 9a**

**Solving**

**12 + 5a = -12 + 9a**

**Solving for variable 'a'.**

**Move all terms containing a to the left, all other terms to the right.**

**Add '-9a' to each side of the equation.**

**12 + 5a + -9a = -12 + 9a + -9a**

**Combine like terms: 5a + -9a = -4a**

**12 + -4a = -12 + 9a + -9a**

**Combine like terms: 9a + -9a = 0**

**12 + -4a = -12 + 0**

**12 + -4a = -12**

**Add '-12' to each side of the equation.**

**12 + -12 + -4a = -12 + -12**

**Combine like terms: 12 + -12 = 0**

**0 + -4a = -12 + -12**

**-4a = -12 + -12**

**Combine like terms: -12 + -12 = -24**

**-4a = -24**

**Divide each side by '-4'.**

**a = 6**

**Simplifying**

**a = 6**

**Step-by-step explanation: found it off of google **

A box of crayons costs $1.75, including tax. Mr. Valentino wants to purchase boxes of crayons for his class and has a $25 budget. Write an inequality to solve for the number of boxes of crayons Mr. Valentino can purchase.

NEED HELP PLZZZ :( WILL GIVE BRAINIEST IF RIGHT

A $1.75x ≤ $25

B $1.75x ≥ $25

C $25x ≤ $1.75

D $25x ≥ $1.75

**Answer:**

A ) $1.75 x ≤ $25

**Step-by-step explanation:**

the cost of x boxes of crayons = 1.75x dollars

If there is a budget of only $ 25,

So, the cost of x boxes of crayons ≤ $25

**Answer:**

Since his budget is 25, it's less than or equal to ( ≤ 25). That means your answer would be A $1.75x ≤ $25 because 1.75 times the amount of crayons can't go over the $25 budget.

Aline's

y -intercept

is 10, and its slope is 9

. What

is its equation in

slope -intercept

form?

Write your answer using integers, proper fractions, and improper fractions in simplest form.

y = x +

10 the m is the slope so 9 and the b is the y intercept (10)

Please help me solve this problem!! I WILL GIVE YOU BRAINLIEST!

(Algebra 1)

m≥5m-4

**Answer:**

**m≤1**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Move the variable to the left,**

**m-5m≥-4**

**Collect like terms so you would have,**

**-4m≥-4**

**Then divide and switch the sign because you divided,**

**m≤1 **

I’m not very great a math and I’m a bit rush so yeah

**Answer:**

y=1/10x -9

**Step-by-step explanation:**

slope intercept formula - y=mx+b

1/10 x i apologize if the answer is wrong but i hope this helped!

PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!!!WILL MARK BRAINLIEST

Ok so it's lemon juice to sugar. I seen one that is 1:1 (1 juice to 1 sugar) do the 2nd lowest juice to sugar after this and keep going till the last ratio.

WILL MARK BRAINLIEST

linear equations and systems:

The HHS band sold 250 dinners at a barbeque a child's plate cost $3.50 and a adult plate cost $7.00 a total of $1347.50 was collected how many adult plates are served

**Answer:**

There were 135 adults that were served.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let's use c for child's cost and a for adult's cost.

The total amount is 1347.50. With this, we can create an equation to solve for adults.

a + c = 250

3.50c + 7a = 1347.50

Using system of equations, we can plug in values to get our answer.

c = 250 - a

3.50(250 - a) + 7a =

875 - 3.5a + 7a =

3.5a = 472.5

135 = a

115 = c (when you plug a into the equations)

There were 135 adults that were served.

**Answer:**

135

**Step-by-step explanation:**

x = number of child's plate

y= number of adult's plate

x+y=250 => 1

3.50x+7y=1347.50 => 2

Multiplying equation 1 by 3.50,

3.50x+3.50y=875 =>

Subtracting equation 3 from equation 2,

3.50x +7y - 3.50x - 3.50y = 1347.50 - 875

3.50y = 472.50

y= 135

Use the Distributive Property to simplify 17(2b + 3)

the answer is 34b + 51

**Answer:**

34b+51

**Step-by-step explanation:**

When you distribute, you multiply the number on the outside of the parentheses by **everything **inside of the parentheses. So...

**17(2b+3)**

**34b+51**

Because you can't tell what x is, this is the most simplifying you can do.

Hopefully this helped you out...have an amazing day :3

A cubic function is stretched by a factor of 0.4, opening downward and

shifted 10 units down and 5 units left.

**Answer:**

the answer is in the link

**Step-by-step explanation:**

https

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Will hand out brainliest to the best answer! (+100 pts)

**Answer:**

6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If the x is 2 in f(x) the answer should be 6 according to your table.

**Answer:**

6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

if the X is to in f(x) answerr will be 6 according to your table

cghmfhjvghvjvhjvhjvgnmvgvhvgmvgnmvg i need answer

1.)17.32 which would round to 17.3(to find mean you add up all the numbers in the data set then divide by how many numbers there are)

2.)22(mode is the number that is repeated the most in a data set)

2.)22(mode is the number that is repeated the most in a data set)

Find the slope of the line.

The slope of the line is =

(Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a fraction.

the slope is -2/3

using rise over run it would be -4/6 then simplified to -2/3

using rise over run it would be -4/6 then simplified to -2/3

7(x−5)−9=334 what is the answer of x

**Answer:**

[tex]\boxed {x = 54}[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Solve for the value of [tex]x[/tex]:

[tex]7(x - 5) - 9 = 334[/tex]

-Use Distributive Property:

[tex]7(x - 5) - 9 = 334[/tex]

[tex]7x - 35 - 9 = 334[/tex]

-Combine like terms:

[tex]7x - 35 - 9 = 334[/tex]

[tex]7x - 44 = 334[/tex]

-Add both sides by [tex]44[/tex]:

[tex]7x - 44 + 44 = 334 + 44[/tex]

[tex]7x = 378[/tex]

-Divide both sides by [tex]7[/tex]:

[tex]\frac{7x}{7}= \frac{378}{7}[/tex]

[tex]\boxed {x = 54}[/tex]

Therefore, the value of [tex]x[/tex] is [tex]54[/tex].

Determine the distance from point (2,4) to (4,-2) Plz help asap

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Answer this problem

-3+(-2)

**Answer:**

-5

**Explaination:**

Because -3-2 is -5.

The answer is -5, because you are adding two negatives, the sign stays the same.

At an opening of a new art gallery, the owner hired a caterer to serve light snacks. The owner created a budget for 150 people to attend the opening, with a per person food cost of $4.25. If the number of guests attending the opening was 56% more than expected, then how much was the final food cost?

$234.00

$357.00

$637.50

$994.50

Answer: $994.50

Step-by-step explanation:

From the question, we are informed that the owner created a budget for 150 people to attend the opening, with a per person food cost of $4.25. This means that the total cost to cater for the 150 people will be:

= 150 × $4.25

= $637.5

We are further told that the number of guests attending the opening was 56% more than expected, then the final food cost will be represented by:

= $637.5 + (56% × $637.5)

= $637.5 + (0.56 × $637.5)

= $637.5 + $357

= $994.50

Which values of a, b, and c correctly represent the answer in simplest form? PLEASE HELP I AM BEING TIMED TRYING TO HELP OUT MY LITTLE SISTER, I WILL MARK BRAINLIEST!!!!!!!!!

4 1/2 division sign 1 1/4 = a b/c?

A. a=3, b=6, c=10

B. a=3, b= 3, c=5

C. a= 5, b= 3, c=3

D. a=10, b=6, c=

[tex]4 \frac{1}{2} \div 1 \frac{1}{4} [/tex]

[tex] \frac{9}{2} \div \frac{5}{4} [/tex]

[tex] \frac{9}{2} \times \frac{4}{5} [/tex]

[tex] \frac{36}{10} [/tex]

[tex] \frac{36}{10} \: as \: a \: mixed \: fraction \ \: : [/tex]

[tex]3 \frac{6}{10} [/tex]

In place of A , 3 is there , in place of B , 6 is there and in place of C , 10 is there .Therefore , the correct option is :-[tex]A. a = 3 , b = 6 , c = 10

[/tex]

Casey bought 3/8 pound of plums and 5/12 pound of bananas. How many pounds of fruit did he buy?

**Answer****:**

19/24 pounds

**Step-by-step explanation:**

To find the total number of pounds, we should add 3/8 and 5/12. They both have different denominators, so we have to find the least common multiple between 12 and 8. The least common multiple between 12 and 8 is 24. 12 should be multiplied by 2 to get 24 (5 too) and 8 should be multiplied by 3 to get 24 (3 too).

[tex] \frac{3}{8} + \frac{5}{12} [/tex]

[tex] \frac{3 \times 3}{8 \times 3} + \frac{5 \times 2}{12 \times 2} [/tex]

[tex] \frac{9}{24} + \frac{10}{24} [/tex]

[tex] \frac{19}{24} [/tex]

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