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Mark wants to buy a new computer and apply for a new credit card to pay for it. He checked his credit report and credit score. His credit score is 620. It is fair, but Mark wants a lower interest rate and a higher limit. So he wants to improve his score. Which should Mark do to increase his credit score? A)Pay off his personal loan for his entertainment system. B)Skip a car payment. C)Apply for as many credit cards as he can. D)Make lower monthly payments on his current credit card bill.
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how would I write this as a geometric recursive and explicit formula? Algebra 2
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10 months ago
Write an exponential equation in the form y = abx whose graph passes through points (0, 2) and (1, 1.3)
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10 months ago
Paolo was asked to find the original dimension of an enlarged pentagon. His solution is shown next to the pentagons.
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10 months ago
Use the distributive property to expand the expression. 5x2 − (6x − 4y) + 9z
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10 months ago
What is the area of the trapezoid? the diagram is not drawn to scale
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10 months ago
A chemist wants to mix a 17% acid solution with a 38% acid solution to get 21 L of a 32% acid solution how many liters of the 17% solution and how many liters of the 38% solution should be mixed
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10 months ago
What is the equation for the translation of x^2 + y^2 = 81 six units to the left and five units up?
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10 months ago
Elliott purchased a used pick-up truck for $9,500 He put $500. as a down payment and will repay the balance in monthly payments of $365. over the next 3 years. What is the APR of this loan?
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10 months ago
If sin (x+20°)=cos x. Find the value of x.
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10 months ago
The graph below shows the line of best fit for data collected on the number of cell phones and cell phone cases sold at a local electronics store on twelve different days.Which of the following is the equation for the line of best fit?a: y = 0.25xb: y = 0.5xc: y = 0.8xD: y = 0.2x
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10 months ago
Plz do not delete my questions. I will give you 30 points for these three questions. A thanks. And a 5 star rate. But in order for this to happen you have to make sure to SHOW YOUR WORK and MAKE SURE IT IS RIGHT. Then I will give you all of that. 1. Vikram is studying the square pyramid below. The first and second pictures are for this question.To find the surface area of the pyramid, in square inches, Vikram wrote SECOND PICTURE HERE. What error did Vikram make?He used the same expression for the area of all four lateral faces.He used the wrong expression to represent the area of the base of the pyramid.He used the wrong value as the height when he found the area of the lateral faces.He used an expression for surface area that only finds the total area of three faces.2. Tracy used the expression THIRD PICTURE GOES HERE to find the surface area, in square centimeters, of the rectangular pyramid below.This is for the fourth picture.Which statement best describes her work?Tracy’s answer will be incorrect because she forgot the factor 1/2 in the expression representing the area of the triangular faces.Tracy’s answer will be incorrect because the pyramid has five faces and her expression finds the sum of only three products.Tracy’s answer will be correct because she made use of the fact that 2 (1/2) = 1 in her expression.Tracy’s answer will be correct because a rectangular pyramid has only three faces and the expression finds the sum of three products.3. What is the total surface area of this rectangular pyramid?This is for the last picture______ square meters
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10 months ago
Plz do not delete my questions. I will give you 20 points for these two questions. A thanks. And a 5 star rate. But in order for this to happen you have to make sure to SHOW YOUR WORK and MAKE SURE IT IS RIGHT. Then I will give you all of that. 1. What is the total surface area of this rectangular pyramid?First picture is for this question._______ square feet2. What is the surface area of the square pyramid below?Second picture is for this question96 cm2122 cm2132 cm2144 cm2
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10 months ago
which number is written in scientific notation A.4.5*10^-3B.14.5*10^2C.0.78*10^-6D.5.7*4^8which number is greatestA.2.89*10^-8B.1.997*10^2C.8.9*10^-6D.5*10^-6PLease help
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10 months ago
(05.06)A chocolate bar measures 30 mm wide, 70 mm long, and four and one over two mm high. Will’s Wrapping Company is making a wrapper to cover the chocolate bar. Use the correct net and determine how much paper will be needed to make the wrapper.
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10 months ago
Solve the simultaneous equations: 2x+y=18 x-y=6
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10 months ago
The sizes of cans on a shelf are listed below. 18 oz, 8 oz, 16 oz, 20 oz, 20 oz, 16 oz, 12 oz, 8 ozWhat is the interquartile range of this list?A)2B)6C)9D)12
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10 months ago
The graph of f(x), shown below has the same shape as the graph has the same shape as the graph of g(x)=x^4-X^2 which contains the (0,0) which of the following is the equation of f(x)
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10 months ago
ABC is formed by two tangents intersecting outside of a circle. If minor arc AC = 98°, what is the measure of ∠ABC?
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10 months ago
Circle Q and circle R have a central angle measuring 75°. The ratio of circle Q's radius to circle R's radius is 2:5. Which ratio represents the area of the sector for circle R to the area of the sector for circle Q?
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