(0,6)

(0,–6)

(6,0)

(–6,0)

**Answer:**

D: (-6,0)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Set f(x) equal to 0 and solve for the values of x:

f(x) = (x+6)(x-3)

0 = (x+6)(x-3)

x+6=0 and x-3=0

x=-6 and x=3

Therefore, the x-intercepts are (-6,0) and (3,0). Because only (-6,0) is an option, then option D is correct.

**Answer: (-6, 0)**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Find the composition of

transformations that

map ABCD to EHGF.

Reflect over the y-axis,

then translate

(x-2, y+[ ? ]).

**Answer:**

[(x + 6), (y + 1)]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Vertices of the quadrilateral ABCD are,

A → (-5, 2)

B → (-3, 4)

C → (-2, 4)

D → (-1, 2)

By reflecting the given quadrilateral ABCD across x-axis to form the image quadrilateral A'B'C'D',

Rule for the reflection of a point across x-axis is,

(x, y) → (x , -y)

Coordinates of the image point A' will be,

A(-5, 2) → A'(-5, -2)

From the picture attached, point E is obtained by translation of point A'.

Rule for the translation of a point by h units right and k units up,

A'(x+h, y+k) → E(x', y')

By this rule,

A'(-5 + h, -2 + k) → E(1, -1)

By comparing coordinates of A' and E,

-5 + h = 1

h = 6

-2 + k = -1

k = 1

That means

Rule for the translation will be,

[(x + 6), (y + 1)]

For the given **graph**, the **translation** rule is (x, y) ⇒ (x+(-4), y+(-4))

Graph is a mathematical **representation** of a network and it describes the relationship between lines and points.

Graph **transformation** is the process by which a graph is modified to give a variation of the proceeding graph.

The graphs can be **translated** or moved about the xy-plane

After point D is reflected across the y-axis, its coordinates are

D(-1, 2) ⇒ D'(1, 2)

This is the point that gets **translated** to F(-3, -2). The translation is

F -D' = (-3, -2) -(1, 2)

= (-3-1, -2-2)

= (-4, -4)

Then the **translation** rule is (x, y) ⇒ (x+(-4), y+(-4))

Hence, for the given graph, the **translation** rule is (x, y) ⇒ (x+(-4), y+(-4))

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Please find the value of P.

**Answer:**

[tex]\huge\boxed{\sf p = 48\°}[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Since, interior angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees.

So,

S + Q + R = 180°

S + 44 + 40 = 180

S + 84 = 180

Subtract 84 to both sides

S = 180 - 84

**S = 96°**

**Since S is divided into two p angles because ST is an angle bisector **(dividing the angle into two "equal" parts)

So,

S = p + p

S = 2p

96 = 2p

Divide both sides by 2

48 = p

OR

**p = 48°**

[tex]\rule[225]{225}{2}[/tex]

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~AH1807In the first year of production

a play sells 1572 tickets, in its

second year it sells 1753

tickets, in its third year it sells

152 less than in its second

year. How many tickets are

sold in 3 years?

Please add the working out too

For the third year they sold 1601 tickets

which term of the a.p 24, 21,, 18, ................. is the second negative term ?

Answer: -6

Step-by-step explanation:

It's going by 3s so the second negative number would follow as this:

24, 21, 18, 15, 12, 9, 6, 3, 0, -3, -6

Find x .

Please help I’m begging

**Answer:**

x = 103

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Using the far right intersection, we can figure out that in inner angle is 32 degrees.

32 + 34 = 66 which is the angle of the left side of the middle cross.

x = 37 + 66 = **103**

if you run 4 1/2 miles in three quarter of an hour, how many miles would you run in two thirds

**Answer:4**

**Step-by-step explanation: each quarter of an hour is 1.5 miles they both can go into 12 so if you multiply 2*4 and 3*4 you get 8/12 and if you multiply 3*3 and 4*3 you get 9/12 then you subtract 9/12 by 8/12 to get so 1/12=1/2 miles so you would subtract 4 1/2 by 1/2 to get 4**

shares of AT&T stock were purchased for $8,250. What is the cost of ten shares?

**Answer:**

$82,500

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Since each share is 8250 and we want to find to find 10 shares, we can do 8250 (price of each share) x 10 (amount of shares) and we get **$82500**

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**Answer:**

Step 1: 10 group(s) of 23=230

Step 2: 6 group(s) of 23=138

Step 3: Add the partial quotients: 10 + 6 = 16

**Step-by-step explanation:**

There are 200 students in Year 11

75 of the students are girls.

Write down the fraction of the students that are girls.

**Answer:**

75/200

**Step-by-step explanation:**

You can also simplify this.

Patrica earns $12.50 per hour. She saves $3.25 of her hourly pay. What percentage of her hourly salary does she save?

**Answer:**

26%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Well, we need to find what percent 3.25 is of 12.50.

12.50*x=3.25

3.25/12.50=.26

26% is saved.

Which expression can be used to find the surface area of the following square pyramid?

ea

Choose 1 answer:

100 + 80 + 80 + 80 + 80

100 - 80

10 + 10 +8+8+8+8

100 + 40 + 40 + 40 + 40

**Answer:**

surface area=1/2perimeterofbase+slantheight+b(base)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1/2(40)=20(8)=160+100=260D

**Answer:**

is 10+10+8+8+8+8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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A quadrilateral regular pyramid, the area of any of its lateral faces equal the area of its base, if the side

length of the base of the pyramid is = 6 cm, then the volume of the pyramid =..........cm3

a) 36

b) 673

c) 36/15

d) 216V15

**Answer:**

c) 36√15 cm³

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We can compute the volume of the pyramid if we know the area of its base, and its height.

__

A regular quadrilateral is a square. If one side of the square is 6 cm, its area will be ...

A = s² = (6 cm)² = 36 cm² . . . . area of the pyramid base

__

Each triangular face will have a slant height that makes its area the same as that of the base.

A = 1/2bh

36 cm² = (1/2)(6 cm)h

(36 cm²)/(3 cm) = h = 12 cm . . . . . divide by the coefficient of h

The slant height of a face is the hypotenuse of a right triangle whose short leg is half the side length, and whose long leg is the height of the pyramid. If that height is represented by h, the Pythagorean theorem tells us ...

(6 cm/2)² +h² = (12 cm)²

h² = (144 -9) cm²

h = 3√15 cm . . . . . height of the pyramid

__

The volume of the pyramid is given by ...

V = 1/3Bh . . . . . . base area B, height h

Using the values we found above, we compute the **volume** to be ...

V = (1/3)(36 cm²)(3√15 cm) = **36√15 cm³**

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Last year, Kristen read a total of 30 fiction and non-fiction books. The number of non-fiction books was 5 less than 4 times the number of fiction books.

What is the total number of FICTION books that Kristen read last year?

A. 5

B. 7

C. 23

D. 25

**Answer:**

7 fiction and 23 non- fiction

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The number of non-fiction read was 5 less than 4 times the number of fiction books.

Assume fiction books are x.

An equation representing this would be:

x + (4x - 5) = 30

5x - 5 = 30

5x = 30 + 5

x = 35 / 5

x = 7 fiction books

Non-fiction books:

= 4x - 5

= 4 * 7 - 5

= 23 non - fiction books

Your softball team is ordering equipment from a catalog. Each bat costs $42. The cost of shipping is $12 no matter how much you order. The total cost is $348. How many bats did your team order?

348 - 12 = 336

8.

———

42 | 336

The answer is 8

8.

———

42 | 336

The answer is 8

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[tex]h = 2 \sqrt{2} [/tex]

[tex]c = \frac{8}{ \sqrt{3} } = \frac{8 \sqrt{3} }{3} \\ [/tex]

If f(x)= x^2 - x+ 1 and f (-1), then the result is

Answer:

3

Step-by-step explanation:

To solve f(-1), entails to replace x by -1 in the function

f(-1)= (-1)^2 - (-1)+ 1

= 1 + 1 + 1

= 3

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**Answer:**

I have no idea.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I failed geometry.

The LCM of 6, 17 and 34 is

**Answer: 102**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A class is made up 15 girls and 12 boys. If a group is made up 3 girls and 3 boys, then how many groups can be created?

this is a COUNTING PRINCIPLE problem :")

4 groups of 3 girls and 3 boys. Then there would be an extra three girls

There can be 5 boy groups and 4 girls groups so a total of 9 groups can be created.

Henry bought 9 3/4 pounds of oranges at the market. If the oranges cost $1.20 per pound, how many did Henry pay for the oranges.

**Answer:**

Henry payed $ll.70

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1.20 times 9 3/4 (or 9.75) equals 11.7

Stephanie has a -$40 balance on her credit card. She makes two additional charges to pay $20 for gas and $25 for parking. Then she makes a credit card payment of $30. What is her remaining balance?

-40 -20 -25 -30 = -$115

￼Can someone please give me the (Answers) to this? ... please ...

**Answer:**

A.

1 ) 1/2

2 ) - 1

3 ) 1/2

4 ) 5/4

B.

5 ) not defined

6 ) 0

7 ) 15/14

8 ) - 2/5

C )

9. - 1

10. - 4/3

11. 2

12. 14/3

**Answer:**

A.

1) 1/2

2) -1

3) 1/2

4) 5/4

B.

5) not defined

6) 0

7) 15/14

8) - 2/5

C.

9) -1

10) -4/3

11) 2

12) 14/3

Find the solution set for 15 + 6y > 0, y ∈ . Represent the solution set on the number

line.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

6y>0-15 collect like term

6y=-15 calculate the difference

y=-15/6 convert to lowest form

y=-5/2

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13.

A?

B?

C?

D?

I’ll check back in whoever is correct here brainlest <3 ignore the stuff at the bottom

**Answer:**

A

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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[tex] \sf {x}^{2} - 10xy + 21 {y}^{2} [/tex][tex] \sf {x}^{2} - 7xy - 3xy + 21 {y}^{2} [/tex][tex] \sf x(x - 7y) - 3y(x - 7y)[/tex][tex] \sf( x - 7y)(x - 3y)[/tex]Hence, the correct choice is ~ **A**

Barron's car dealership sold only trucks and vans this week. When Baron looks at the inventory left, he noticed he sold 80 vehicles but only 10 trucks. Select all the statements that are true A This week, the ratio of trucks to vans sold was 1:7. B This week, the ratio of trucks to vans sold was 7:1. C This means for every 7 vans sold, there was 1 truck sold. D This means for every van sold, there were 7 trucks sold. E This means for every 8 vehicles sold, 1 truck was sold.

The **correct **statement is for every 8 **vehicles **sold, 1 t**ruck **was sold.

**Ratio **expresses the relationship between two variables. It expresses the number of times one value is contained within another variable.

In this question, the **ratio **of **trucks to vans is 1**0 : 80. This means that for every 10 **trucks **that is sold, 80 **cars **are sold. The given values can be expressed in its simplest form. To do this divide the numbers by 10. This gives the **ratio **1 : 8. This means that for every 8 **cars **sold 1 **truck are sold.**

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A virus attacked 175,245 people in city A and 1,486,964 people in city B. How many people in all were affected? Thank you in advance:)

1,662,209 is the answer. You just have to add them all up

**Answer:**

It's 1662209.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

just add them

5x – 9 = 3x + 7

Solve for x

**Answer:**

Solving for x

5x - 9 = 3x + 7

subtract 3x from both sides

-3x -3x

2x - 9 = 7

get rid of constants by adding 9 on both sides since addition is the inverse operation of subtraction

+9 +9

2x = 16

divide by 2 since that is the inverse operation of multiplication

/2 /2

**x = 8**

The **solution **for ''x'' for the **expression **( 5x – 9 = 3x + 7

**Expressions **can be evaluated, meaning that they can be **simplified **to a single value. The value of an **expression** depends on the values of any variables or numbers within the expression.

To solve for x in **equation **5x - 9 = 3x + 7, we want to **isolate **x on one side of the equation. We can do this by performing the same **operation **on both sides of the equation, in order to keep the equation balanced.

First, we can simplify both sides of the equation by combining like terms:

5x - 9 = 3x + 7

2x - 9 = 7

Next, we can add 9 to both sides of the equation to isolate the variable term:

2x = 16

Finally, we can divide both sides of the equation by 2 to get the value of x:

x = 8

Therefore, the solution to the equation 5x - 9 = 3x + 7 is x = 8.

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Shape 1 and shape 2 are plotted on a coordinate plané. Which statement about the shapes is true?

**Answer:**

We need to see all of the choices, but they are congruent and reflected and rotated.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

how to find intersection from -8x+3y=11 and y=3x+4

**Answer:**

(-1,1)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

To find where both lines intersect, solve for x and y with substitution.

**Equation 1. **

-8x+3y=11

**Equation 2.**

y=3x+4

Substitute y from equation 2 into equation 1.

-8x+3(3x+4)=11

-8x+9x+12=11

x=-1

Now plug x into the second equation to solve for y.

y=3(-1)+4

y=-3+4

y=1

Both lines intersect at (-1,1)

**Answer:**

(-1, 1)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

It's somewhat difficult to find the point of intersection when graphing these by hand, but a graphing calculator can show it easily.

**The lines intersect at (-1, 1)**.

__

You are given an expression for y, which makes it easy to use *substitution* as a solution method. Using the second equation to substitute for y in the first equation, we get ...

-8x +3(3x +4) = 11

x +12 = 11 . . . . simplify

** x = -1 **. . . . . . . subtract 12

Substituting back into the second equation, we find y to be ...

** y =** 3(-1) +4** = 1**

**The lines intersect at (x, y) = (-1, 1)**.

_____

*Additional comment*

The slopes are 8/3 and 3. When hand-drawn lines have nearly the same slope, it is difficult to tell exactly where they intersect. Of course, a graphing calculator does not have the problem of finite line width and an apparent long region of intersection. It can pinpoint the intersection exactly.

Of course, "substitution" is not the only way this system of equations can be solved. However, for this system, it is one of the easiest when doing the solution by hand.

Mr. Green orders some cookies from a local youth group. Using his order form shown below, complete the last column to find the total to be paid. Quantity Description Unit Price Total of Line 1 Krispy Kosmos $2.89 $ 2 Chewy Chocos $3.19 $ 1 Gooey Globs 2.99 $ Total $ 5.2% tax $ Total to be paid $ a. $9.54 b. $12.26 c. $12.90 d. $18.64 Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D

From the computation done, it can be denoted that the **total price** that will be paid will be** $12.90.**

1 Krispy Kosmos at $2.89 = $2.89

2 **Chewy Chocos** at $3.19 each = 2 × $3.19 = $6.38

1 Gooey Globs at $2.99 = $2.99

Total = $2.89 + $6.38 + $2.99 = **$12.26**

We'll then add the** sales tax** of 5.2%, therefore, the total value will be:

= $12.26 + (5.2% × $12.26)

= $12.26 + $0.638

**= $12.90**

In conclusion, the correct option is **$12.90.**

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**Answer:**

C

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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