three sevenths

five sevenths

three eighths

five eighths

PLEASE HELP ASAP!!!!!

**Answer:**

3/8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3/8 are vowels

There are eight letters in the word “fraction” and three of those letters are vowels. Therefore, your answer will be three eighths.

graph f(x)=|x+1|+3 then find the domain and range

mainly looking at how id find the coordinates!

Domain is all real numbers. Range is

Step-by-step explanation:

The function is a transformation of the parent function by moving the function up by 3 units.

So, the graph of the function is shown below.

From the graph, it is clear that the values has no limitation and hence can take any real values. Domain is the set of all possible values.

So, domain is the set of all real numbers.

Range is the set of all possible values for for the given domain.

From the graph, the minimum value of is at the point (. So, the minimum value of y is 3. The value then goes on increasing towards infinity.

Therefore, range is a real number greater than or equal to 3.

So, range is or

Use the image to determine the direction and angle of rotation.

270° clockwise rotation

270° counterclockwise rotation

90° clockwise rotation

180° clockwise rotation

90° clockwise rotation

90 degrees clockwise :)

The diameter of a child's bicycle wheel is 18 inches. Approximately how many revolutions of the wheel will it take to travel 1,700 meters? Use 3.14 for π and round to the nearest whole number. (1 meter ≈ 39.3701 inches)

A. 3,925 revolutions

B. 2,368 revolutions

C. 1,184 revolutions

D. 94 revolutions

First, we need to convert the diameter of the wheel from inches to meters.

18 inches = 0.4572 meters (dividing by 39.3701)

The circumference of the wheel can be calculated using the formula C = πd, where d is the diameter of the wheel.

C = π(0.4572) = 1.4368 meters (using 3.14 for π)

Now we can find the number of revolutions needed to travel 1,700 meters.

Distance covered by one revolution = circumference of the wheel = 1.4368 meters

Number of revolutions = distance to be covered / distance covered by one revolution

Number of revolutions = 1,700 / 1.4368 = 1,183.52

Rounding to the nearest whole number, we get the answer as C. 1,184 revolutions.

18 inches = 0.4572 meters (dividing by 39.3701)

The circumference of the wheel can be calculated using the formula C = πd, where d is the diameter of the wheel.

C = π(0.4572) = 1.4368 meters (using 3.14 for π)

Now we can find the number of revolutions needed to travel 1,700 meters.

Distance covered by one revolution = circumference of the wheel = 1.4368 meters

Number of revolutions = distance to be covered / distance covered by one revolution

Number of revolutions = 1,700 / 1.4368 = 1,183.52

Rounding to the nearest whole number, we get the answer as C. 1,184 revolutions.

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Jacinta drove from the mountains to the desert. She went from 8,560 feet above sea level to 122 feet below sea level.

If she drove at a constant speed for six hours, which statement represents her rate of change in elevation

(A) Jacinta descended at a rate of 732 feet per hour.

(B) Jacinta descended at a rate of 1,426 2/3 feet per hour.

(C) Jacinta descended at a rate of 1,406 1/3 feet per hour.

(D) Jacinta descended at a rate of 1,447 feet per hour.

**Answer: D) 1,447 feet per hour**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

8,560 + 122 = 8,682

8,682 ÷ 1,447 = 6

(For clarification, 6 × 1,447 = 8,682; 1,447 feet descended every hour.)

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I need help on these two

**Answer:surface area of pyramid is 118.80**

**And the volume of the cube is 1000**

**Step-by-step explanation:explain on picture**

**Answer:169.92 cm^2**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The base is 7.2 x 7.2 (This equals 51.84)

The area of one triangle is 29.52

There are 4 triangles with the same side lengths so you multiply 29.52 x 4.

This would equal 188.08.

Then you add everything together.

This equals 169.92 cm^2.

**Answer:1,000 m^3**

The formula for volume is hlw.

One of the side lengths of the cube is 10.

If the height, length, and width are ten, then you multiply them all together.

This would give you 1,000.

Data was collected on the amount of time that a random sample of 8 students spent studying for a test and the grades they earned on the test. A scatter plot and line of fit were created for the data.

Determine the equation of the line of fit.

y = 5x + 60

y = 5x + 70

y = 10x + 60

y = 10x + 70

In slope-intercept form (y = mx + b), m represents the slope (rise/run) and b represents the y-intercept.

Let's look at the graph and pick two points, (2, 70) and (4, 80) and use slope formula, y2 - y1 / x2 - x1

80 - 70 / 4 - 2

10 / 2

5

The slope of this line is 5.

To find the y-intercept, we look where the line crosses through the y-axis or the vertical line.

The y-intercept is (0, 60) or 60

If we plug these numbers into slope-intercept form, we get y = 5x + 60

Your answer is y = 5x + 60

Let's look at the graph and pick two points, (2, 70) and (4, 80) and use slope formula, y2 - y1 / x2 - x1

80 - 70 / 4 - 2

10 / 2

5

The slope of this line is 5.

To find the y-intercept, we look where the line crosses through the y-axis or the vertical line.

The y-intercept is (0, 60) or 60

If we plug these numbers into slope-intercept form, we get y = 5x + 60

Your answer is y = 5x + 60

PLS HELP ASAP! WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST!!! Jason rode his bike in a sprint trial for 15 minutes and complicated a distance of 9 3/4 miles. In his second sprint trial he rode for 20 minutes and completed a distance of 12 2/3 miles.

What is the difference in his speed in miles per hour between the two sprint trials?

(A) The first trial was 3 miles per hour slower.

(B) The first trial was 3 miles per hour slower.

(C) The second trial was 1 mile per hour faster.

(D) The second trail was 1 mile per hour slower.

D the second trail was 1 mile per hour slower

D) The second trail was 1 mile per hour slower

I need help again pls

I seen this one yesterday, the answer is A

The whole answer is 28

A new physical therapy is being tested in an experimental setting to see if the new methods reduce the recovery time for patients who recently underwent surgery for a torn ACL, a ligament in your knee. To do this, the researchers in the study first performed intake on participants by observing their Body Mass Index (BMI) and had them take a survey to describe their diet and their exercise habits.

Then, the participants were split into three groups: the first group received no physical therapy, the second group received traditional physical therapy, and the third group received the new experimental physical therapy.

The group which receives no physical therapy would best be described as which of the following?

Explanatory Variable

Response Group

Control Group

Experimental Unit

**Answer: The group which receives no physical therapy would best be described as the Control Group.**

**In an experimental study, the control group is a group of participants who do not receive the treatment being tested. They are used as a basis for comparison to evaluate the effectiveness of the treatment. In this case, the researchers are testing whether the new physical therapy reduces the recovery time for patients who underwent surgery for a torn ACL. The control group allows the researchers to compare the recovery time of patients who received no physical therapy to those who received either traditional or experimental physical therapy.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I need some more help over here T-T

**Answer:**

2.1) k and f ; h and m

2.2) b and c ; a and d

2.3) m = 31 °

2.4) d = 121°

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Dont understand need explanations ASAP and answer

**Answer:**

e = 31.90h

**Step-by-step explanation:**

606.10/ 19 = 13.90

733.70/23 = 31.90

861.30/27 = 31.90

We can see from the table that the hourly rate is $31.90. You can take any number of h hours and multiply that by 31.902 to find the total earned.

Helping in the name of Jesus.

E= 31.90h

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There are 10 brown, 10 black, 10 green, and 10 gold marbles in bag. A student pulled a marble, recorded the color, and placed the marble back in the bag. The table below lists the frequency of each color pulled during the experiment after 40 trials..

Outcome Frequency

Brown 13

Black 9

Green 7

Gold 11

Compare the theoretical probability and experimental probability of pulling a green marble from the bag.

Choice A: The theoretical probability, P(green), is 50%, and the experimental probability is 11.5%.

Choice B: The theoretical probability, P(green), is 25%, and the experimental probability is 25%.

Choice C: The theoretical probability, P(green), is 25%, and the experimental probability is 17.5%.

Choice D: The theoretical probability, P(green), is 50%, and the experimental probability is 7.0%.

PLEASE HELP ASAP!!!!!!!

To compare the theoretical probability and experimental probability of pulling a green marble from the bag, we first need to calculate the theoretical probability of pulling a green marble.

The bag contains a total of 40 marbles, and 10 of them are green. Therefore, the theoretical probability of pulling a green marble is:

P(green) = 10/40 = 1/4 = 0.25 = 25%

To calculate the experimental probability of pulling a green marble, we can use the frequency table given in the problem. Out of the 40 trials, a green marble was pulled 7 times. Therefore, the experimental probability of pulling a green marble is:

Experimental probability of pulling a green marble = Frequency of green marbles / Total number of trials

= 7/40

= 0.175

= 17.5%

Therefore, the correct answer is Choice C: The theoretical probability, P(green), is 25%, and the experimental probability is 17.5%.

The bag contains a total of 40 marbles, and 10 of them are green. Therefore, the theoretical probability of pulling a green marble is:

P(green) = 10/40 = 1/4 = 0.25 = 25%

To calculate the experimental probability of pulling a green marble, we can use the frequency table given in the problem. Out of the 40 trials, a green marble was pulled 7 times. Therefore, the experimental probability of pulling a green marble is:

Experimental probability of pulling a green marble = Frequency of green marbles / Total number of trials

= 7/40

= 0.175

= 17.5%

Therefore, the correct answer is Choice C: The theoretical probability, P(green), is 25%, and the experimental probability is 17.5%.

The answer is C I’ve had this before

Can someone help me and answer this

If d represents the number of days, you can substitute 1 for d because you are trying to find how many minutes he practices per day.

The new equation would be m=60(1)

Then you just solve for m to find how many minutes and the answer is 60.

Bo practices 60 minutes per day.

The new equation would be m=60(1)

Then you just solve for m to find how many minutes and the answer is 60.

Bo practices 60 minutes per day.

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Solve and show your work for each question.

Note: Remember per the rule of 9s if you have a repeating and non-repeating component you need to handle them separately.

What is 0.65 expressed as a fraction in simplest form?

What is 2.¯5 expressed as a fraction in simplest form?

What is 1.0¯24 expressed as a fraction in simplest form?

Answer:

Part A)

Part B)

Part C)

**Answer:**

Step 1: Write down the decimal as a fraction with the decimal number as the numerator and 1 as the denominator.

Step 2: Multiply both the numerator and denominator by 10^n, where n is the number of digits after the decimal point.

Step 3: Simplify the resulting fraction.

Using these steps, we can convert the given decimal numbers to fractions:

0.65

Step 1: 0.65 = 65/100

Step 2: Multiply numerator and denominator by 10 to get rid of the decimal point: 65/100 = 650/1000

Step 3: Simplify by dividing numerator and denominator by their greatest common factor of 50: 650/1000 = 13/20

Therefore, 0.65 expressed as a fraction in simplest form is 13/20.

2.¯5

To handle repeating decimal numbers, we can use the following method:

Step 1: Let x be the repeating decimal number.

Step 2: Multiply both sides of x by 10^n, where n is the number of digits in the repeating part of the decimal number.

Step 3: Subtract the original number from the number obtained in step 2 to eliminate the repeating part.

Step 4: Solve for x by dividing both sides of the equation obtained in step 3 by an appropriate factor.

Step 1: Let x = 2.¯5

Step 2: Multiply both sides by 10: 10x = 25.¯5

Step 3: Subtract the original equation from step 1: 10x - x = 25.¯5 - 2.¯5

Simplifying: 9x = 23

Step 4: Solve for x by dividing both sides by 9: x = 23/9

Therefore, 2.¯5 expressed as a fraction in simplest form is 23/9.

1.0¯24

Step 1: Let x = 1.0¯24

Step 2: Multiply both sides by 10^2 to eliminate the repeating part: 100x = 124.¯24

Step 3: Subtract the original equation from step 1: 100x - x = 124.¯24 - 1.0¯24

Simplifying: 99x = 123

Step 4: Solve for x by dividing both sides by 99: x = 123/99

We can simplify this fraction by dividing both the numerator and denominator by their greatest common factor of 3: 123/99 = 41/33.

Therefore, 1.0¯24 expressed as a fraction in simplest form is 41/33.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

0.65 expressed as a **fraction** in simplest form is 13/20.

2.5 expressed as a **fraction** in simplest form is 5/2.

1.024 expressed as a **fraction** in simplest form is 256/250.

0.65 expressed as a **fraction** in simplest form:

Write the **decimal** as a fraction by placing it over 1. In this case, 0.65 becomes 0.65/1.

Remove the **decimal** by multiplying both the numerator and the denominator by a power of 10 that will eliminate the decimal.

In this case, multiplying by 100 will do the trick, so we get (0.65 × 100)/(1 × 100) = 65/100.

Lastly, simplify the **fraction** by dividing both the numerator and the denominator by their greatest common divisor (GCD).

The GCD of 65 and 100 is 5, so dividing both by 5 yields 13/20.

2.5 expressed as a **fraction** in simplest form:

Write the decimal as a **fraction** by placing it over 1. In this case, 2.5 becomes 2.5/1.

Remove the **decimal** by multiplying both the numerator and the denominator by a power of 10 that will eliminate the decimal.

In this case, multiplying by 10 will do the trick, so we get (2.5 × 10)/(1 × 10) = 25/10.

Lastly, simplify the **fraction** by dividing both the numerator and the denominator by their greatest common divisor (GCD).

The GCD of 25 and 10 is 5, so dividing both by 5 yields 5/2.

1.024 expressed as a **fraction** in simplest form:

Write the decimal as a fraction by placing it over 1. In this case, 1.024 becomes 1.024/1.

Remove the **decimal** by multiplying both the numerator and the denominator by a power of 10 that will eliminate the decimal.

In this case, multiplying by 1000 will do the trick, so we get (1.024 × 1000)/(1 × 1000) = 1024/1000.

Simplify the **fraction** by dividing both the numerator and the denominator by their greatest common divisor (GCD).

The GCD of 1024 and 1000 is 8, so dividing both by 8 yields 128/125.

Learn more about **fractions** here: https://brainly.com/question/78672

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Pls answer and explain the question below (comes with pic)

The following circle graph represents how the Townsends spend their monthly income. If their total monthly budget is $3,000, how much do they spend per month on food?

**Answer: 600**

**Step-by-step explanation: divide the value by the total value and then multiply the result by 100.**

help me on thi it due in 4 hours btw please help me

**Answer:**

3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

the formula for the area of a rectangle is length x width, and so you do 3/5 x 5, which ends up as 15/5, since 5 is also 5/1. Then you get 3 as the area of the rectangle's area.

Answer:

3 ft

Step-by-step explanation:

3/5 x 5 = 15/5

15 / 5 = 3

Find the median and mean of the data set below:

0,45,33,8,26,25,31

**Answer:**

Mean: 24

Median: 26

**Step-by-step explanation:**

0, 8, 25, 26, 31, 33, 45

26 is in the middle so median = 26

Mean = (0 + 8 + 25 + 26 + 31 + 33 + 45) / 7 = 24

Pls help me (repost)

**Answer:**

below

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2.1 k and f

2.2 a and d

2.3 m = 90 - 59 = 31

2.4 d = 180 - 59 = 121

What is the surface area of the cylinder represented by the net? Apply the formula SA = 2B + Ph. Use π as part of your answer.

**Answer:**

128π

**Step-by-step explanation:**

SA = 2B + Ph = 2πR² + 2πRh = 2π.16 + 2π.4.12 = 128π

Please help i'm so confused

**Answer:**

2/3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

because 1 1/2 x 2/3 = 2 1/4

**Answer:**

1 1/2 = **3/2**

2 1/4 = **9/4**

**3/2 **divided by **9/4 ** = 3/2 **multiplied by** 4/9 = **2/3**

**EXPLANATION : when we have 2 fractions and we have to divide them , we have to reverse the fraction that we are dividing by and multiply it. sometimes we can simplify the fractions , sometimes we can't. for example , with ****3/2 multiplied by 4/9 we simplified 3 and 9 and the 2 and the 4 which left us with 1/1 ( 1 ) multiplied by 2/3 , which gave us the answer 2/3 . **

**Hope I helped!**

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Triangle ABC ~ triangle DEF. Use the image to answer the question.

**Answer:**

3.3/11 = DF/7.6

DF = (3.3 × 7.6)/11 = 2.28

In the US, 42% of people have type A blood, 10% have type B, 4% have type AB, and 44% have type O. People with type Band type AB blood can receive type B blood. What percentage of people can receive transfusions of type B blood?

Answer: 14%

Step-by-step explanation:

10+4=14

According to the information given, people with type B and AB blood can receive transfusions of type B blood.

So, the percentage of people who can receive transfusions of type B blood is the sum of the percentage of people with type B and AB blood, which is:

10% + 4% = 14%

Therefore, 14% of people can receive transfusions of type B blood.

So, the percentage of people who can receive transfusions of type B blood is the sum of the percentage of people with type B and AB blood, which is:

10% + 4% = 14%

Therefore, 14% of people can receive transfusions of type B blood.

Answer needed by 1:30-2:30pm

**Answer:**

The answer is 78

**Step-by-step explanation: Well, first thing I did was cut into two shapes so a square and a rectangle and 3 x 2 = 6 and 9 x 8 = 72 and 72 +6 = 78**

Answer:

78

Step-by-step explanation:

3 x 2= 6

9 x 8 = 72

72 + 6 = 78

Please Help me i really need to pass this!

**Answer: I must say it's (0,3)**

**Step-by-step explanation: The two lines meet at (0,3) so it's (0,3).**

**Hope it helps! :D**

Five balls, A, B, C, D, and E, weigh 30g, 50g, 50g, 50g, and 80g each. Which ball weighs 30g?

**Answer:**

A weighs 30 because it is always on the higher side

Fill in table.

It takes Shaun 90 minutes to complete a 15 mile race. Assume Shaun runs at a constant rate during the race. Complete the table to show Shaun’s time, in minutes, and distance, in miles, at each checkpoint.

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Checkpoint A - 18 mins

Checkpoint B - 5 miles

Checkpoint C - 51 mins

Checkpoint D - 12.5 miles

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Jared's grandparents put $10 per month into his savings account for him how much money will be in the account after 1 year

$100

$120

$110

$80

**Answer:**

120

**Step-by-step explanation:**

120

Answer:

120

Step-by-step explanation:

Leah is filling a cube-shaped box with packing material and gift items. Each edge length of the box is 20 inches. What is the greatest possible volume of all the presents and packing material inside the cube?

(Answer needed by 11:30pm-12:30pm)

Since the box is cube-shaped with each edge length being 20 inches, the volume of the box is calculated as 20 x 20 x 20 = 8,000 cubic inches.

To find the greatest possible volume of all the presents and packing material inside the cube, we need to fill the entire volume of the box.

Assuming that the packing material takes up some space, let's say half of the total volume or 4,000 cubic inches, the remaining 4,000 cubic inches would be the maximum possible volume for the gift items.

Therefore, the greatest possible volume of all the presents and packing material inside the cube is 4,000 cubic inches.

To find the greatest possible volume of all the presents and packing material inside the cube, we need to fill the entire volume of the box.

Assuming that the packing material takes up some space, let's say half of the total volume or 4,000 cubic inches, the remaining 4,000 cubic inches would be the maximum possible volume for the gift items.

Therefore, the greatest possible volume of all the presents and packing material inside the cube is 4,000 cubic inches.

**Answer:**

4,000

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Polygon JKLM is drawn with vertices J(−4, −3), K(−4, −6), L(−1, −6), M(−1, −3). Determine the image coordinates of L′ if the pre-image is reflected across y = −3.

L′(−3, 6)

L′(−1, 6)

L′(−1, 0)

L′(1, 0)

To reflect the pre-image across y = -3, we need to flip the entire polygon over the line y = -3. This means that the x-coordinates of each point will remain the same, but the y-coordinates will be reflected across the line.The y-coordinate of point L is -6, which is 3 units below the line y = -3. When reflected, this point will be 3 units above the line y = -3. Therefore, the image coordinates of L' will be (−1, 0), since the x-coordinate of L is -1 and the y-coordinate of L' is 3 units above y = -3, which is 0.So, the image coordinates of L' are (−1, 0).

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The table below shows the change in price of a particular share on the stock market.

Daily share price changes

Day Daily change (In dollars)

1 +2.75

2 -4.375

3 +0.875

4 -2.5

Part A: By how did the price of the share change from the start of day 1 to the end of day 4?

Part B: At the end of day 4 the price of the share is $102.85. What was the price of the share at the start of day 1?

**Answer:**

**Part-a**: The price of the share **decreased by $3.25** from the start of day 1 to the end of day 4.

**Part-b**: The price of the share at the start of day 1 was** $106.10.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Part A**: To calculate the change in price from the start of day 1 to the end of day 4, we need to add up all the daily changes. The daily changes given are:

Day 1: +2.75

Day 2: -4.375

Day 3: +0.875

Day 4: -2.5

Adding these values together:

**Change** = 2.75 - 4.375 + 0.875 - 2.5 = -3.25

**The price of the share decreased by $3.25 from the start of day 1 to the end of day 4.**

**Part B:** To find the price of the share at the start of day 1, we need to subtract the total change from the given price at the end of day 4.

Price at the end of day 4 = $102.85

Total change = -3.25

**Price at the start of day 1 = Price at the end of day 4 - Total change**

= $102.85 - (-3.25)

= $102.85 + 3.25

= $106.10

**Therefore, the price of the share at the start of day 1 was $106.10.**

On Sunday a local hamburger shop sold 356 hamburgers and cheeseburgers. The number of cheeseburgers sold was three times the number of hamburgers sold. How many hamburgers were sold on Sunday
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The perimeter of the given triangle is 3x + 2 unitsand its two sides are given in the figure. Find itsthird side.
CaCO3 + 2HCI =CaCl2 + HO + CO25. Calcium carbonate (CaCO3) combines with HCl to produce calcium chloride (CaCl),water, and carbon dioxide gas (CO). How many grams of HCI are required to react with6.35 mol CaCO3?
smallville bank has the following balance sheet, rates earned on its assets, and rates paid on its liabilities. balance sheet (in thousands) assets rate earned (%) cash and due from banks $ 6,900 0 investment securities 31,000 9 repurchase agreements 21,000 7 loans less allowance for losses 89,000 11 fixed assets 19,000 0 other earning assets 5,100 10 total assets $ 172,000 liabilities and equity rate paid (%) demand deposits $ 18,000 0 now accounts 78,000 6 retail cds 27,000 8 subordinated debentures 23,000 9 total liabilities 146,000 common stock 19,000 paid-in capital surplus 3,900 retained earnings 3,100 total liabilities and equity $ 172,000 if the bank earns $129,000 in noninterest income, incurs $89,000 in noninterest expenses, and pays $2,590,000 in taxes, what is its net income? (enter your answer in dollars, not thousands of dollars.)
T/F cementum helps to anchor teeth in their sockets.
'none of the flyers knew the point of wearing these dark glasses'. why had they been instructed to wear them during an atomic bomb exploded
my uncle has three child two sons and a daughter what is incorrect plural form and rewriting it