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Two positive integers are 3 units apart on a number line. Their product is 108. Which equation can be used to solve for m, the greater integer?
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7 months ago
You must buy cupcakes and pizza for a party. Each cupcake costs $3, and each pizza pie costs $12. You know that you need at least 5 pizzas so that each person can have at least 2 slices of pizza. In addition, you cannot spend more than $100. If you want to figure out how many cupcakes and pizza pies you can buy, what system of inequalities would you write?A. 3c+12p<100 p≥2 B. c+p≤100 3c+12p≥5C. 3c+12p>100 p<5D. 3c+12p≤100 p ≥5
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7 months ago
When (2x-3)^2 is subtracted from 5x^2, the result is
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PLEASE HELP AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!!FULL ANSWER ONLY OR YOU'RE REPORTED.What is the sum of these two numbers?4.64 x 10¹³ + 5.22 x 10¹³Is this number is Scientific Notation? 53.94 x 10¹²If not, select the correct number:539.4 x 10¹³5.394 x 10¹²539.4 x 10¹¹it is correct5.394 x 10¹³5.394 x 10¹¹How many times larger is 4.562 x 10^45 than 2.82 x 10^24? ( please round the coefficient to the nearest ten thousandths place)How many times larger is 5.83 x 10^52 than 6.9 x 10^32 ? (round to the nearest ten thousandths place)8.4492 x 10^200.8449 x 10^208.4492 x 10^190.8449 x 10^198.4492 x 10^21Is this number in Scientific Notation? If yes, write Yes, if not, correct it.0.0023705 x 10^38Please perform the exponent Operation:5¹² / 5² Please perform the exponent Operation: (4^5 )(4^8) Please perform the exponent Operation: (6¹²)³What is the Product of these two numbers? (4.638 x 10^24)(5.23 x 10^5) ?5.309 X 10^12 + 6.247x10^12 =
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7 months ago
mit." A tax professional gets paid $175 for each tax return she prepares, and her goal is to earn $6650 preparing tax returns during this tax season. If she has already prepared 5 tax returns this tax season, how many more tax returns must she prepare in order to reach her goal?
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7 months ago
Pren recorded this data set, which contains an outlier. 204, 216, 111, 224, 230, 211, 210, 198, 200, 218 What numbers represent the range, lower quartile, and upper quartiles? A. Range: 210.5 lower quartile: 200 upper quartile: 218 B. Range: 14 lower quartile: 111 upper quartile: 198 C. Range: 119 lower quartile: 218 upper quartile: 200 D. Range: 119 lower quartile: 200 upper quartile: 218
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7 months ago
Are the following figures similar?A) Yes; the corresponding angles are congruentB) No; the corresponding angles are not congruentC) Yes; the corresponding sides are proportionalD) No; the corresponding sides are not proportional
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A CD player cost Best Buy $498.00. They use a 59% markup pricing to sell this item in the store. Calculate the dollar mark up amount and the new selling price.
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Freddy has a shelf that is 72 over 5 inches wide. How many catalogs can Freddy arrange on the shelf if each catalog is 4 over 5 of an inch thick?A: 11, because the number of catalogs is 72 over 5 divided by 5 over 4B: 12, because the number of catalogs is 72 over 5 multiplied by 4 over 5C: 16, because the number of catalogs is 72 over 5 multiplied by 5 over 4D: 18, because the number of catalogs is 72 over 5 divided by 4 over 5
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7 months ago
Joanie is making blueberry muffins. The table below shows b, the number of blueberries she used to make m muffins.
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7 months ago
Mrs. Juarez graded ten English papers and recorded the scores.92, 95, 100, 62, 88, 90, 100, 96, 89, 98Which statements are true? Check ALL that apply. 1. The range of scores is 38.2. Without the outlier, the range of scores would be 12. 3. The outlier impacts the range more than it impacts the interquartile range. 4. The interquartile range is 9 5. The interquartile range is 4. 6. Without the outlier, the interquartile range would be 9.5.
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7 months ago
Manuel is hiking up to a mountain top that is 1,207 feetabove sea level. Stephanie scuba dived to 23 feet below sealevel. What is the difference between these twomeasurements?
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7 months ago
In an alloy of copper and tin, there is 85% of copper. How much of this alloy do you need in order to get 1 13/32 lb of tin?
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7 months ago
You need to determine where to place the beams so that the chains are fastened to the rollercoaster at a height of 25 feet.PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (a) Write the equation you would need to solve to find the horizontal distance each beam is from the origin. (10 points)(b) Algebraically solve the equation you found in step 3. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth. (10 points)
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7 months ago
a full bottle holds 1/4 gallon of juice if 3/5 of the juice has been poured out how much juice is left in the bottle
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7 months ago
how do the areas of the parallelogram compare?
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Bruce's hourly wage increased from $15.50 to $18.60. What rate of increase does this represent?
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7 months ago
The perimeter of an equilateral triangle is 6 3/4 inches. Find the length of each side of the equilateral triangle.
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7 months ago
What is the value of 3x 2 squared + 5x when x=3Cassie's book has 325 pages. She read 155 pages yesterday and the rest today. Write an equation to express how many pages she read today.SHOW YOUR WORK
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7 months ago
There are some nickels, dimes, and quarters in a large piggy bank. For every 2 nickels there dimes. For every 2 dimes there are 5 quarters. There are 500 coins total. a. How many nickels, dimes, and quarters are in the piggy bank? Explain your reasoning.
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