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You work for the National Weather Service and are asked to study the average daily temperatures in Anchorage, Alaska. You calculate the mean of the average daily temperatures for each month. You decide to place the information on a graph in which the date is the input and the temperature is the output. You also decide that January 1950 will correspond to the month 0 as indicated by the dot on the input scale. Determine the quadrant in which you would plot the points that correspond to the following data:The average daily temperature for January 1936 was
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television screens are measured along the diagonal. A certain 53 inch television is 45 inches wide. How tall is the television?
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What is the surface area of the composite figure? (Use 3.14 for π .) 954.56 in. 21,356.48 in. 21,155.52 in. 21,557.44 in. 2
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what is the scale factor in the dilation if the coordinates of A' are (-7,6) and the coordinates of C' are (-4,3)A)1/3B)1/2C)2D)3 PLZ HELPP
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Without graphing, determine whether the function represents exponential growth or exponential decay y = 2(0.65)
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to find the standard equation for a circle centered at the origin, we use the distance formula, since the radius measures? a. the distance from any point in the circle to the origin.b. the circumference c. the distance from any point inside the circle to the origin.d. the distance from the x-coordinate to the origin.
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Find the limit of the function algebraically (with cancellation techniques and direct substitution, that is, since this is in indeterminate form): [tex]\lim_{x \to 0} \frac{x^2+3}{x^4} [/tex]------It seems to have a dividing by zero issue from what I have managed to get out of the problem... That or I am having trouble discerning how to break it down into a manageable 0 issue. Help would be greatly appreciated, or at the very least a confirmation that I have the correct answer in that there is no limit.
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Which shows a correct order to solve this story problem? Maxine had to pay $1.46 in sales tax on her purchases. She bought 3 bars of soap for $1.50 each, a bottle of shampoo for $5.75, and a bottle of conditioner for $5.95. How much did Maxine spend? A. Step 1: Add the price of a bar of soap to the price of the bottle of shampoo. Step 2: Multiply that total by 3. Step 3: Add the price of the bottle of conditioner to that total. Step 4: Add the tax to the final total for all the items. B. Step 1: Calculate the total price of the 3 bars of soap. Step 2: Calculate the total price of the shampoo and the conditioner. Step 3: Add the amount from Step 2 to the amount from Step 1. Step 4: Add the tax to the final total for all the items. C. Step 1: Add the price of a bar of soap and the bottle of shampoo. Step 2: Multiply that total by 3. Step 3: Add $5.95 to the total amount for soap and shampoo from Step 2. Step 4: Add the tax to the final total for all the items.
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Use the parabola tool to graph the quadratic function f(x)=2x2+32x+126 . Graph the parabola by first plotting its vertex and then plotting a second point on the parabola
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Function P is a linear function with a Y-intercept of 5.Function Q is defined by the equation Y=-1/3x +4.What statement must be true about functions P and Q
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what's the least common denominator of 3/4 4th 5th and 2/3
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Sasha’s daily tips this work week were $43, $32, $65, $88, $50, and $72. Is Sasha correct in thinking that the mean accurately represents how much money she makes in daily tips? Yes, Sasha is correct. The mean amount she makes is $58.33 in a day. Yes, Sasha is correct. The mean amount she makes is $65.33 in a day. No, Sasha is not correct. The median amount she makes is $53.00 in a day. No, Sasha is not correct. The median amount she makes is $60.00 in a day.
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A cylindrical water tank has a diameter of 20 feet and a height of 15 feet. How much water is needed to fill the tank?
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Arionna claims that since there are 3 feet in a yard, there are 9 cubic feet in a cubic yard. Which statement about her claim is true?Arionna is correct because there are 3 feet across the length of a cubic yard and 3 feet across the depth of a cubic yard. mc011-1.jpgArionna is correct because there are 3 feet in a yard and there are 3 dimensions in a cubic yard: length, depth, and height. mc011-2.jpgArionna is incorrect. There are only 3 cubic feet in a cubic yard because there are 3 feet in a yard, and the proportion will remain constant.Arionna is incorrect. There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard because a cubic yard is a prism with dimensions 3 ft mc011-3.jpg 3 ft mc011-4.jpg 3 ft. A prism with those dimensions will take 27 cubes to fill it if each cube is a unit cube of 1 ft.
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the following graph shows the height,in feet,over time,in seconds,of a bottle rocket that was launched from the ground. Which of the following are true? Select all that apply
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a rectangular table has an area of 4/5 square meter. the length of the table 8/3 meters What is the width,in meters of the tableA:3/10 metersB:1/3 metersC:1/2 metersD:2/3 meters
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Andy bought 8 feet of copper pipe at $10.50 per foot. He also bought 5.5 feet of aluminum pipe at $8.25 per foot. Explain how to calculate the total cost of Andy's purchase. A.Step 1 Multiply $10.50 by 8 to calculate the cost of the copper pipe. Step 2 Multiply $8.25 by 5.5 to calculate the cost of the aluminum pipe. Step 3 Add the two amounts together. B.Step 1 Multiply $10.50 by 8 to calculate the cost of the copper pipe. Step 2 Multiply $8.25 by 5.5 to calculate the cost of the aluminum pipe. Step 3 Subtract the two amounts. C.Step 1 Divide $10.50 by 8 to calculate the cost of the copper pipe. Step 2 Divide $8.25 by 5.5 to calculate the cost of the aluminum pipe. Step 3 Add the two amounts together. D.Step 1 Divide $10.50 by 8 to calculate the cost of the copper pipe. Step 2 Divide $8.25 by 5.5 to calculate the cost of the aluminum pipe. Step 3 Subtract the two amounts.
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an architect is designing a building with a right triangular foot print. the hypotenuse of the triangle is eighty feet longer than one leg of the triangle and forty feet longer than the other leg use the Pythagorean theorem to find the dimensions of the footprint of the building
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Dudley is biking. He wants to cover 40 miles. If he travels 30 miles every 2 hours, what is the equation of a line that models y, the number of miles he has left to travel, after biking x hours? ANSWERSy = -15x – 40 y = -30x + 40 y = -15x + 40 y = 30x – 40
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pete's pest control charges a one-time evaluation fee and a monthly service fee. the total cost is modeled by the equation y=150+55x. which statement represents the meaning of each part of the function?A. y represents the total cost, x represents the number of months of service, $55 is the evaluation fee and $150 is the cost per month.B. y represents the total cost, x represents the number of months of service, $150 is the evaluation fee and $55 is the cost per month.C. x represents the total cost, y represents the number of months of service, $55 is the evaluation fee and $150 is the cost per month.D. x represents the total cost, y represents the number of months of service, $150 is the evaluation fee and $55 is the cost per month.
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