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Rafael writes an expression to represent “a number, n, decreased by thirty-one.” Then he evaluates that expression if n=29. Which statements are true about the expression and its evaluation? Check all that apply. a.The correct expression is 31-n. b.This is a subtraction expression. c.This is an addition expression. d.To evaluate, substitute 29 for the variable in the expression. e.To evaluate, substitute 31 for the variable in the equation. f.To evaluate the expression, add 31 to 29. g.The correct expression is . h.To evaluate the expression, subtract 31 from 29.
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2 months ago
The first five multiples for the numbers 4 and 6 are shown below. Multiples of 4: 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, . . . Multiples of 6: 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, . . . What is the least common multiple of 4 and 6?
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2 months ago
PLEASE HELP!!The scatter plot shows the relationship between the number of car accidents in a month and the number of drivers attending a program on distracted driving. The equation represents the linear model for this data.y=−0.0067x+17What does the number 17 in the equation mean in this context?A)There were no accidents per month when there were 17 drivers in the program.B)The number of accidents decreases by 17 for every 100 drivers in the program.C)For every 100 drivers in the program, there are 17 accidents per month.D)There were 17 drivers in the program when it started.E)There were 17 accidents per month when there were no drivers in the program.
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2 months ago
Michelle is three times as old as Fiona. Fiona is twice as old as Madeline. Madeline is five years old. How old is Michelle?A. 10 YearsB. 10 YearsC. 15 YearsC. 30 Years
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2 months ago
A music app charges $2 to download the app plus $1.29 per song downloaded. Write and solve a linear equation to find the total cost to download 30 songs (please write it out )
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2 months ago
A dog owner is told by the veterinarian that his dog, Max, is overweight and needs to lose 4 to 5 pounds in order to live a healthy life. The dog weighs 126 pounds when he is put on a special diet to aid in the weight loss. The vet predicts that the diet will allow Max to lose 4 ounces per week. Max is brought to the vet every 2 weeks for a weight check. Write an equation to represent the doctor's prediction, and the relationship between Max's weight in pounds, y, and the number of times Max's weight is checked, x, in periods of two weeks. Reduce all answers to the nearest tenth of a number. a0 = a1 - a2x
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2 months ago
Anthony has a cup full of nickels and dimes that he would like to put in his savings account. When he takes the cup to the bank, the banker tells him that the 566 coins in the cup are worth $43.80. Which of the following systems of equations models the coins in Anthony’s cup? Let n represent nickels, and d represent dimes.
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2 months ago
whats 10 less than 95?
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2 months ago
PLEASE HELP I'LL GIVE BRAINLIEST AND 90 POINTS!!!!!!!!!!!What graph represents the system of linear inequalities? 2x+y<1 y≥12x+2 A) A system of 2 linear inequalities graphed on a coordinate plane. The horizontal x-axis ranges from negative 10 to 10 in increments of 1. The vertical y-axis ranges from negative 10 to 10 in increments of 1. A solid line passes through begin ordered pair negative 4 comma 0 end ordered pair and begin ordered pair negative 0.4 comma 1.8 end ordered pair. A dashed line passing through begin ordered pair negative 2 comma 5 end ordered pair and begin ordered pair negative 0.4 comma 1.8 end ordered pair. The region above the dashed line and above the solid line is shaded. B) A system of 2 linear inequalities graphed on a coordinate plane. The horizontal x-axis ranges from negative 10 to 10 in increments of 1. The vertical y-axis ranges from negative 10 to 10 in increments of 1. A solid line passes through begin ordered pair negative 4 comma 0 end ordered pair and begin ordered pair negative 0.4 comma 1.8 end ordered pair. A dashed line passing through begin ordered pair negative 2 comma 5 end ordered pair and begin ordered pair negative 0.4 comma 1.8 end ordered pair. The region above the dashed line and below the solid line is shaded. C) A system of 2 linear inequalities graphed on a coordinate plane. The horizontal x-axis ranges from negative 10 to 10 in increments of 1. The vertical y-axis ranges from negative 10 to 10 in increments of 1. A solid line passes through begin ordered pair negative 4 comma 0 end ordered pair and begin ordered pair negative 0.4 comma 1.8 end ordered pair. A dashed line passing through begin ordered pair negative 2 comma 5 end ordered pair and begin ordered pair negative 0.4 comma 1.8 end ordered pair. The region below the dashed line and above the solid line is shaded. D) A system of 2 linear inequalities graphed on a coordinate plane. The horizontal x-axis ranges from negative 10 to 10 in increments of 1. The vertical y-axis ranges from negative 10 to 10 in increments of 1. A solid line passes through begin ordered pair negative 4 comma 0 end ordered pair and begin ordered pair negative 0.4 comma 1.8 end ordered pair. A dashed line passing through begin ordered pair negative 2 comma 5 end ordered pair and begin ordered pair negative 0.4 comma 1.8 end ordered pair. The region below the dashed line and below the solid line is shaded.
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2 months ago
What is the equation of a line that is perpendicular to y=4x+5 and passes through the point (8, 3)?
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2 months ago
Jordan has 10 candies in a bowl. There are 3 blue candies, 2 red candies, and the rest are green. Without looking, he grabs one candy, puts it back, and then grabs another candy. What is the probability that both candies he grabs are blue?
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2 months ago
Someone help with these its due tomorrow. Ahhhh
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2 months ago
Given: ∆ABC, m∠C = 90° m∠BAC = 2m∠ABC BC = 24, AL −∠ bisector Find: AL
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2 months ago
Select Independent or Not independent for each situation. Independent Not independent A bag contains red marbles and blue marbles. A red marble is selected followed by a blue marble, at random, without replacement. A coin is flipped twice. A bag contains nickels and dimes. A nickel is selected followed by a dime, at random, with replacement. A spinner contains 4 equal sectors. Each sector is labeled A, B, C, and D. The spinner is spun twice.
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2 months ago
A store had 235 MP3 players in the month of January. Every month, 30% of the MP3 players were sold and 50 new MP3 players were stocked in the store. Which recursive function best represents the number of MP3 players in the store f(n) after n months? f(n) = 0.7 x f(n − 1) + 50, f(0) = 235, n > 0 f(n) = 237 − 0.7 x f(n − 1) + 50, f(0) = 235, n > 0 f(n) = 0.3 x f(n − 1) + 50, f(0) = 235, n > 0 f(n) = 237 + 0.7 x f(n − 1) + 50, f(0) = 235, n > 0
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2 months ago
What is the graph of the function rule? Y=|5x|-2
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2 months ago
If tan 0= -(3)/(8), which expression is equivalent to cot 0 ?a) 1/- 3/8b)-3/8 +1c) rad\sqrt(1+(-(8)/(3))^(2))d)(-(3)/(8))^(2)+1
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2 months ago
what is the coefficient of the x^6y^3 term in the expansion of (x+2y)^9?
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2 months ago
Ariana correctly simplify an expression. When she substituted x equals 2 into the simplify expression, the value was -4 which could be Ariana's original expression1/6(-3x-24)1/6(-5x-8)1/6(-10x-4)1/6(-12x-16)
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2 months ago
What is the completely factored form of x4 + 8x2 – 9?A(x + 1)(x – 1)(x + 3)(x + 3)B(x + 1)(x - 1)(x2 + 9)C(x2 – 1)(x + 3)(x – 3)D(x + 1)(x + 1)(x + 3)(x + 3)
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