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A sweater is on sale for $27. This is 75% of the original price. Find the original price.
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Given the following diagram, find the required measure.Given: l | | mm 1 = 140°m 3 = 50°m 6 =30405090
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Jane is making a suit which requires 2 5⁄8 yards for the jacket and 1 3⁄4 yards for the skirt. What's the total amount of material she needs? A. 4 3⁄8 yards B. 3 2⁄3 yards C. 4 yards D. 3 1⁄2 yards
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△ABC∼△PQRWhich statements are true?Select each correct answer.AB/PQ=BC/QR∠B≅∠Qm∠A=m∠PAC¯¯¯¯¯≅PR¯¯¯¯¯BC=QR
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In a high school with 5,000 students, the number of text messages sent by each student during a particular month was recorded. The mean number of text messages sent during the month was 55 per student. If the data was normally distributed, and if the standard deviation of the data was 4 text messages, which of these is the BEST estimate for the number of students who sent fewer than 51 text messages during the month?
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A high school student volunteers to present a report to the administration about the types of lunches students prefer. He surveys members of his class and records their choices. What type of sampling did the student use? systematic random sampling voluntary sampling convenience sampling stratified sampling
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Solitary Savings Bank received an initial deposit of $2000. It kept a percentage of this money in reserve based on the reserve rate and loaned out the rest. The amount it loaned out was eventually all deposited back into the bank. If this cycle continued indefinitely and eventually the $2000 turned into $40,000, what was the reserve rate?
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Drag and drop the correct answer into each box to complete the proof.Given: Parallelogram KLMNProve: ∠N≅∠L and ∠M≅∠K
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Find the coordinates of the circumcenter of triangle ABC with vertices A(0,0) B(3,0) and C(3,2)A (0,0)B (1.5,1)C (2.5,1.5)D (6,2)
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△GHJ∼△MNPWhich statements are true?Select each correct answer.GH=MNHJ¯¯¯¯¯≅NP¯¯¯¯¯¯m∠J=m∠PGJ/MP=GH/MN∠H≅∠N
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Which types of dilation are the given scale factors?Select Expansion or Contraction to correctly describe the type of dilation for each given scale factor.Scale Factor Expansion Contraction−4 2.5 2/3 −3/4
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What is the equation of the line in standard form?
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Form a polynomial whose zeros and degree are given. Zeros: −3, 3, 2; degree: 3 Type a polynomial with integer coefficients and a leading coefficient of 1
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A company sells trinkets and doodads. It costs the company $30 to make 4 trinkets and 2 doodads and $40 to make 3 trinkets and 4 doodads. How much does it cost to make trinkets and doodads?
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What is the the distance between the points (23,-33) and (4,9)? if necessary, round your answer to two decimal places.
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What is the volume of a sphere with a radius of 7mm
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a number is 6 less than its square. find all such numbers?
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2m - 6 = 8m then 3m =
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Determine the slope of the following line.? Type a numerical answer in the space provided. Do not type spaces in your answer. If necessary, use the / key to represent a fraction bar.
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which of the statements is true about the polygons below
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