**Step-by-step explanation:**

equation of the line passing through two points

x-x1/x2-x1=y-y1/y2-y1

x-(-8)/1-(-8)=y-2/9-2

x+8/9=y-2/7

7x+56=9y-18

9y=7x+56+18

y=7/9x+74/9

y=mx+b m is the slope

so m=7/9

there is a short way showing slope shown in the picture

diride 660cm in the ratio of 5:6

**Answer:**

*Thus, the measure 660 cm is divided into 300 + 360 in the ratio of 5:6*

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Equations

We are required to divide 660 cm in the ratio 5:6, or 5/6.

Let's call:

x = first part of 660

660 - x = second part of 660

The ratio between them is 5/6.

[tex]\displaystyle \frac{x}{660-x}=\frac{5}{6}[/tex]

The above equation will result in x as the smaller part of 660.

Multiply by (660-x)*6 to eliminate denominators:

[tex]\displaystyle (660-x)*6\cdot\frac{x}{660-x}=(660-x)*6\cdot\frac{5}{6}[/tex]

Operating:

[tex]6x=(660-x)*5[/tex]

[tex]6x=3300-5x[/tex]

Simplifying:

[tex]6x+5x=3300[/tex]

[tex]11x=3300[/tex]

Solving:

[tex]\displaystyle x=\frac{3300}{11}=300[/tex]

The other part is 660 - 300 = 360

**Thus, the measure 660 cm is divided into 300 + 360 in the ratio of 5:6**

HELP EASY ASAP MULTIPLE CHOICE

**Answer:**

It's the first one 18/3 =6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

This is the only answer that has all integers or whole numbers. Hope this helps!

**Answer:**

Its the fisrt one cause its the only one with a whole number.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Question 6 of 10

What is the effect on the graph of f(x) = 1 when it is transformed to

g(x) = } - 7?

A. The graph of f(x) is shifted 7 units to the right.

B. The graph of f(x) is shifted 7 units down.

C. The graph of f(x) is shifted 7 units to the left.

O D. The graph of f(x) is shifted 7 units up.

SIR

**Answer:**

D I'm pretty sure

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

Its B. i just did this question.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Tell whether the sum is positive, negative, or zero without adding them.

-8 + 20

**Answer:**

The sum is positive.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The 20 is a far greater value than -8, so no matter what, when you add them the sum will be positive. Though this would not be the same were the -8 greater than -20.

Hope this helps!

Pattie's Produce charges $2.29 for a package of strawberries. On average, Pattie's Produce sells 95 packages of strawberries daily. They estimate that for each 20-cent increase in the cost of a package of strawberries, 9 less packages will be sold each day. Let x represent the number of 20-cent increases in the cost of a package of strawberries. Which inequality represents the values of x that would allow Pattie's Produce to have a daily revenue of at least $255 from selling the packages of strawberries? A. B. -1.872 – 1.615 + 217.55 > 255 -1.812 + 21.61r + 217.55 > 255 -1.8r2 – 21.611 + 217.55 < 255 C. D. -1.812 + 1.61x + 217.55 < 255

**Answer:**

A. -1.8x² – 1.61x + 217.55 > 255

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Since Pattie's Produce charges $2.29 for a package of strawberries and 95 packages can be produced daily. The money gotten daily = $2.29 × 95 packages = $217 Since 20 cent increase leads to 9 less package.

The number of 20-cent increases in the cost of a package of strawberries can be gotten from:

(2.29 + 0.2x)(95 - 9x) > 255

217.55 - 20.61x + 19x - 1.8x² > 255

-1.8x² - 1.61x + 217.55 > 255

**Answer:**

A. -1.8x² – 1.61x + 217.55 > 255

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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6. The store paid $2.50 for a book and sold it for $5.25. What is the profit as a percent?

7.75 I hope this helps

Please help me with all the answers please say like 1: the answer 2: the answer like that thank you so much

1: 8200,82000,820000 yen

2:12

3:8

4:6

5:4 months

2:12

3:8

4:6

5:4 months

With the money she had saved by working, Jennifer wanted

**Answer:a car**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

whats 62.7×2.45......?

**Answer:**

153.615

**Step-by-step explanation:**

62.7 × 2.45=153.615

Cliff needs 6 meters of wood for a building project. He already has 3

meters of wood.

Approximately how many feet of wood does Cliff need? (One meter

is approximately 3.3 feet.)

1 foot

3 feet

6 feet

10 feet

letter B 3 feet

**Step-by-step explanation:**

he needs three more to get 6 meters of wood

10, because he needs 3 more meters and 3 meters = 9.9 feet

Which of the following numbers is irrational?

The second one I think

Given the function d (t) = 50t, the variable t represents which of the following

Output

Independent variable

Function

Input

Depended variable

**Answer:**

The input of the function

**Step-by-step explanation:**

what is 10x plus 50 - 2 divided by 6 + 100 times 8 - -2.

**Answer: the answer is -947 hope this helped.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Free pints get it lolololo

**Answer:**

Yayee

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Jags rvhdv f hdidbdjbfjfoc. S in thrift Nd

Jags rvhdv f hdidbdjbfjfoc. S in thrift Nd

in quadrilateral abcd below,

**Answer: where is the quadrilateral**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

ms.smith bought a 5 pound bag of candy for her 6th grade classroom.She gave away 2 pounds of candy to her students during the first unit of instructions and ate 6 ounces of candy during planning.How many ounces of candy does Ms.Smith still have in her bag?

**Answer:**

42

It was on my test I put 42 a day later i checked my test the answer was correct. Sorry that I didn't really have a explanation.

But at least its correct.

Ms. Smith still have 42 **ounces **of candy in her bag.

To **subtract **means to take **away **from a group or a number of things.

Given that Ms. Smith bought a 5 **pound **bag of candy for her 6th grade classroom. She gave away 2 **pounds **of candy to her students during the first unit of instructions and ate 6 **ounces **of candy during planning.

1 pound = 16 ounces

She gave **away **2 out of 5 **pounds**, so she is left with 5 - 2 = 3 **pounds**

3 pounds = 16*3 **ounces **= 48 **ounces**

She ate 6 **ounces **of candy

Therefore, she now has, 48 - 6 = 42 **ounces **of candies left with her.

Hence, Ms. Smith still have 42 **ounces **of candy in her bag.

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The bowling lanes charge an hourly fee for bowling and $2 to rent shoes for the day. Gerry rented shoes and bowled for 2 hours and was charged $12.

Which equation represents the cost, f(x), of bowling as a function of x, the number of hours of bowling?

Of(x) = 4x + 3

Of(x) = 2x + 2

Of(x) = 5x - 2

O f(x) = 5x + 2

**Answer: I think it’s f(x)=2x+2**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Emiko makes shibori scarves and sells them for 48 each on a website for handmade goods the expression 48s represents the total price of buying a scarves what do the parts of the expression 48s represents

The expression **48s** represents the **cost **of the **scarves**.

**Given**

Emiko makes Shibori scarves and sells them for 48 each on a website for handmade goods the **expression **48s represents the total price of **buying scarves**.

Let **s** represent the **price **of the **scarves**.

The **cost **of each **scarves **is 48.

Therefore,

The **cost **of **scarves **= Number of scarves × cost of each scarves.

The **cost **of **scarves **= s × 48

The **cost **of **scarves **= 48s

Hence, the expression **48s** represents the **cost **of the **scarves**.

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**Answer:In the expression 48s ,represents the number of scarves and 48 represents the price per scarf**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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tom sold 3 cars ( a total value of $112,500) in the month of january. it is paid only by commission for its seller. he receives a commission of 7%. what is tom’s salary for the month of january?

**Answer:**

** First multiply 112,500 times 3 (because of the 3 cars) answer should be $337,500**

**Then do the percentage (7%) $23,625**

**I believe that 23625 is the answerrr**

A rope is 12 meters long. You cut off 15/6 of the rope. How much is left?

Can you please add a step by step

**Answer:**

4.8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

15/6 is 2.5 whitch when divided by 12 is 4.8 so 12 divided by 2.5 is 4.8

**Answer:**

4.8 meters

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I hope this helps!

A scuba diver is 12 meters below sea level. If the diver descends 39 meters further, what integer represents the scuba diver’s new elevation relative to sea level?

I think the answer is -51

Round 34,138 to the nearest thousand??

**Answer:**

34,138 to the nearest thousand is 34,000!

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Hope this helps! Good luck! <3

**Answer:**

0

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Simplify the following expression.

5.3x − 8.14 + 3.6x + 9.8

A.

-2.84x − 1.66

B.

8.9x + 17.94

C.

-2.84x + 17.94

D.

8.9x + 1.66

**Answer:**

D

**Step-by-step explanation:**

5.3x − 8.14 + 3.6x + 9.8

group the numbers on one side and the x's on the other

5.3x + 3.6x - 8.14 + 9.8

solve

8.9x + 1.66

You are playing a video game. For each diamond you collect, you earn 110 points. You also earn 80 bonus points by completing the level in less than 2 minutes. You need to earn more than 1620 points to continue on to the next level. Write and solve an inequality that represents the numbers d of diamonds you must collect in less than 2 minutes to advance to the next level.

**Answer:**

110d + 80 > 1620

d > 14

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The** amount of points from collecting diamonds can be represented by 110d,** since you get 110 points for each diamond, d

**Add 80 to this** to represent the bonus points.

Use a greater than inequality, because you have to get **more than 1620 points.**

**Put this all together:**

110d + 80 > 1620

**Then, solve for d:**

110d + 80 > 1620

110d > 1540

**d > 14**

So, you have to collect **more than 14 diamonds** in less than 2 minutes in order to advance to the next level.

The graph of a quadratic function with vertex (3,2) is shown in the figure below.

Find the domain and the range.

**Answer:**

Domain=All Real Numbers Range=y>2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Since the graph expands infinitely across the x axis it is all real numbers**

**Since the Y covers all the numbers above 2 it is y>2**

Last year, 50 students attended the winter carnival. This year, 60 students attended the carnival. Which statement below correctly describes the percent

change from last year to this year?

A

An increase of 10%

B

A decrease of 10%

С

An increase of 20%

D

A decrease of 20%

**Answer:**

C. An increase of 20%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

50/100 = 60/x

Cross products

50 x = 6000

Divide 50 by both sides

x = 120

60 is 120% of 50, so there is a 20% increase

Hope this helps!

-Jerc

Suppose that Haley encounter two traffic lights on her commute to GGC campus. Based on

her past experience, she judge that the probability is 0.35 that the first light will be red when she gets to it,

0.45 that the second light will be red, and 0.20 that both lights will be red. Let R1 denote the event that the

first light is red, and let R2 denote the event that the second light is red.

a) Determine the probability that at least one light will be red. (Show how you calculate this.)

b) Determine the conditional probability that the second light will be red given that the first light is

red. (Show how you calculate this.)

c) Are the events R1 and R2 independent? Justify your answer numerically.

d) Are the events R1 and R2 disjoint (mutually exclusive)? Justify your answer numerically.

**Answer:**

Explained below.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The information provided is,

P (R₁) = 0.35

P (R₂) = 0.45

P (R₁ ∩ R₂) = 0.20

(**a**)

Compute the probability that at least one light will be red as follows:

P (at least one light will be red) = P (R₁ ∪ R₂)

= P (R₁) + P (R₂) - P (R₁ ∩ R₂)

= 0.35 + 0.45 - 0.20

= 0.60

Thus, the probability that at least one light will be red is **0.60**.

(**b**)

Compute the conditional probability that the second light will be red given that the first light is red as follows:

[tex]P(R_{2}|R_{1})=\frac{P(R_{1}\cap R_{2})}{P(R_{1})}[/tex]

[tex]=\frac{0.20}{0.35}\\\\=0.571428\\\\\approx 0.57[/tex]

Thus, the conditional probability that the second light will be red given that the first light is red is **0.57**.

(**c**)

If two events, say A and B are independent then:

P (A|B) = P (A).

The value of P (R₂ | R₁) = 0.57.

And the value of P (R₂) = 0.45

P (R₂ | R₁) ≠ P (R₂)

Thus, the events R₁ and R₂ are **not independent**.

(**d**)

If two events, say A and B are mutually exclusive then:

P (A ∩ B) = 0

The value of P (R₁ ∩ R₂) = 0.20.

Thus, the events R₁ and R₂ are **not mutually exclusive**.

People living in a society where one person rules by force have which type of government?

**Answer:**

An autocracy is a government structure in which the ultimate political authority is concentrated in one person's hands.

Hope this helps please give me brainliest!

God bless!

An autocracy.

An autocracy is a system of government in which a supreme political power is concentrated in the hands of one person.

Identify next 3 numbers in this sequence 2,6,3,9,6,18,15

i know that so far it goes +4, -3, +6, -3, +12, -3, ? i’m not really sure but it COULD be 19, 16, 22?

The manager of a restaurant determined that the odds against a customer ordering dessert are 11/12 . What is the probability of a customer ordering dessert?

**Answer:**

1 out of 12

**Step-by-step explanation:**

12-11=1

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