What is the midpoint of the line segment with endpoints at (-6, 3) and (-10, 7)?
B(-16, 10)
C (2,-2)
D (4,-4)


Answer 1
The answer is A (-8,5)
Answer 2



Step-by-step explanation:

Given two points (-6, 3), and (-10, 7). The midpoint is calculated by averaging the x, and y values of two coordinates. As (-10, 7) is the the first point (x1, y1), and (-6, 3) is the second point (x2, y2).

[tex]midpoint \: of \: (x_{1},y_{1}), \: and \: (x_{2},y_{2}) \\ = (\frac{x_{1} + x_{2}}{2}, \frac{y_{1} + y_{2}}{2})[/tex]

[tex] midpoint \: of \: (-6,3), \: and \: (-10,7) = (\frac{-10 + -6}{2}, \frac{7 + 3}{2}) \: = (\frac{-16}{2}, \frac{10}{2}) \: = (-8,5)[/tex]

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On Tuesday, a local hamburger shop sold a combined total of 435 hamburgers and cheeseburgers. The number of cheeseburgers sold was two times the number of hamburgers sold. How many hamburgers were sold on Tuesday?




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Step-by-step explanation:

435 divided by 2 don't really know how else to explain

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Step-by-step explanation:

2-3x = -x-8

Add 3x to each side

2-3x+3x= -x+3x-8

2 = 2x-8

Add 8 to each side

2+8 = 2x-8+8

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Tanner is cutting a 23-inch board into 2.25-inch sections. How many whole sections will he end up with?



C, 10

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Which of the following forms a proportion?
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3/5 = 21/35

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if you reduce 21/35 it is 3/5 so it is the same thing

You should not schedule _____ tasks for the same day.







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Step-by-step explanation:

It makes more sense to put "daily" because of "the same day."

Daily means doing something everyday.

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1/3 minus 1/6 equals to???




Step-by-step explanation:

In order to add or subtract fractions you have to have the same denominator for both factions. you do this through finding the Lowest Common Denominator (LCD) In this case it's six because both 3 and 6 (the denominators) can go into 6. So turn 1/3 into a fraction with 6 as the denominator through multiplying both the top and bottom of the fraction by 2

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Then you can straightforwardly subtract

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2.48+2.48+2.48= $7.44

then add 0.25 which is


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Find 1/20 of 180 dollars


9, since 1/20 can be represented as 0.05, and 0.05 x 180 = 9

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Determine the height of the triangle if the area is 24 square inches and the base is 12 inches.




Step-by-step explanation:

We use 1/2base times height to find the area and since we already have an area we just do 24= 6h then we divide 6 on both sides and height equals 4

Answer: 6 inches

Step 1: Subtract 12 because 12 iches is the base.

24 - 12 = 2

Step 2: Divide 12 by 2 because triangles have two equal sides.

12 ÷ 2 = 6

Answer = 6

How does the speed (miles per hour) represented by this relationship compare to that of the Peregrine Falcon?


67 miles i believe should be right

Jayden is driving on a long road trip. He currently has 11 gallons of gas in his car. Each hour that he drives, his car uses up 0.75 gallons of gas. How much gas would be in the tank after driving for 4 hours? How much gas would be left after tt hours?



8 gallons left

Step-by-step explanation:

0.75 times 4=3


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3(x-4) = -3
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[tex]3(x - 4) = - 3 \\ 3x + 12 = - 3 \\ 3x = - 15 \\ x = - 5[/tex]

Firstly, multiply the number and variable in the perenthesis. Then move the variable on it's own side of the equation. The simplify.


You need to do the Distributive Property. This means multiplying the number outside the parenthesis to each number inside.

Step-by-step explanation:




then evaluate using inverse operations to get x=3

You borrow $2000 for three years at an annual interest rate of 12% what is the total cost of the loan at the end of the three years



2,391 paid altogether. The interest Rate was another 391 dollars.

Step-by-step explanation:

9) Draw a graph of the linear equation y= -2/-5x +3


To graph the line you would make your first point at (3,0) because that’s the y-intercept. From there you just go down 2 points and to the right 5 points and your next point should be (5,1). Then connect the two points with a line and you’re good to go!

A carpenter cuts a circle out of a piece of wood. The radius of the circle is
about 23 inches. The carpenter cuts the circle into two semicircles. What is
the area of one semicircle to the nearest hundredth? Use 3.14 for



830.53 in²

Step-by-step explanation:

To find the area of one semicircle, find the area of the full circle and divide it by 2:

Use the circle area formula, A = [tex]\pi[/tex]

Plug in 3.14 as pi, and plug in the radius:

A = [tex]\pi[/tex]r²

A = 3.14(23²)

A = 1661.06

Divide this by 2:

1661.06 / 2

= 830.53

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In 1999, Marks & Spencer, a British department store, created the biggest sandwich ever made. The tuna and cucumber sandwich was in the form of a triangular prism. Suppose each slice of bread was 8 inches thick. Find each measure to the nearest tenth. a. The surface area in square feet of the sandwich when filled b. The volume of filling in cubic feet to the nearest tenth



A) 19.2 ft^2

B) 28.9 ft^3

Step-by-step explanation:

Thickness = 8 inches

Assuming the triangular prism is made up of an equilateral triangle hence all sides are equal

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lets assume the thickness as the height of the prism = 8 inches

Assume length of the rectangle(l) = 5 feet

A) The surface area of the sandwich triangular prism

total surface area = bh + 2ls + lb

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                             = 80 + 100 + 50 = 230 inches = 19.2 ft^2

B ) The volume of filing in cubic feet to the nearest tenth

V = [tex]\frac{1}{4} h \sqrt{-a^4 +2(ab)^2+2(ac)^2-b^4+2(bc)^2-c^4}[/tex]  ------- 1

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input the given values into the equation 1 above

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1) x+30 = 40
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3) 3x-10+13=-2x+28
4) 13x-23-45=-7x+12
5) 2(x+4) = 10x+24
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no solution


Round 0.00208815 to 3 significant figures


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2. Express each of the following percentages as
a decimal.
(a) 4%
(b) 633%​



a. 0.04

b. 6.33

Step-by-step explanation:

a. If we want to convert into decimal we need to divide it by 100 then answer will 0.04

4/100 = 0.04

b. If we want to convert into decimal we need to divide it by 100 then answer will 6.33

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Rachel earned $ 34 $34dollar sign, 34 in 4 44 hours at her job today. She wants to know how much she could earn ( e ) (e)left parenthesis, e, right parenthesis tomorrow if she works 10 1010 hours at the same hourly rate. How much will Rachel earn in 10 1010 hours? $



Rachel earn $85 in 10 hours.

Step-by-step explanation:

Rachel earned $34 in 4 hours at her job today. It means we can find his earning in 1 hour.

1 hour = $(34/4)

= $8.5

He earns $8.5 in an hour.

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Earning =  $8.5 × 10

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sally picked 6 and 2-thirds pounds of apples. She used 1-half of the apples she picked to make pies. Question How many pounds of apples did Sally use to make pies? Move numbers to the boxes to show the answer.



[tex]3 \frac{1}{3}[/tex]

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Step-by-step explanation:

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find the cube of 2.9​


Step-by-step explanation:

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Multiply. −2⋅(4)⋅(−3)⋅(5) −120 −4 4 120




Step-by-step explanation:

Solve: 3(g − 2) = 8




Step-by-step explanation:

3(g - 2)=8

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Step-by-step explanation:

3(g - 2) = 8

3(g - 2) = 8

+ 2 +2

3g = 8

3÷3= 0 8÷3 = 4.6

so your answer will be g= 4.6 (5 if you round it up) or if you need it in fraction form it will be 4 and 2/3

How are lines KL and MN related?
O The lines intersect at point K.
O The lines are parallel.
O The lines are perpendicular.
O The lines do not have slopes,


The lines are perpendicular

The lines KL and MN perpendicular to each other.

What is slope?

In mathematics, the slope or gradient of a line is a number that describes both the direction and the steepness of the line. The slope of a line is a measure of its steepness. Mathematically, slope is calculated as "rise over run" (change in y divided by change in x).

here, we have,

If a line passes through two points, then the slope of the line is

m = y2-y1/x2-x1

From the given graph it is clear that coordinates of points on line KL are K(-8,2) and L(6,2).

The slope of line KL is

m = 0

The slope of line KL is 0, it means it is a horizontal line.

From the given graph it is clear that coordinates of points on line MN are M(-4,8) and N(-4,-6).

The slope of line MN is

m = 1/0

The slope of line MN is 1/0 or undefined, it means it is a vertical line.

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Therefore the lines KL and MN perpendicular to each other.

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