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Jamie and Stella are saving money to sign up for a school trip to Washington, D.C. In order to sign up for the trip, they must pay $600 upfront. Jamie earns his money by washing cars for $25 each. Stella earns her money by making pecan pies for $15 each. Jamie earns more money than Stella does because Stella only has enough supplies to make 40 pies. let x represent the number of cars Jamie washes. Let y represent the number of pies Stella makes. Part 1: Write a constraint (an inequality) to represent how much money Jamie needs for his trip. Part 2: Write a constraint (an inequality) to represent how much money Stella needs for her trip. Part 3: Write a constraint (an inequality) to represent the limitations of Stella's supplies. Part 4: Can Stella afford to sign up for the trip with the money she earns? Explain your answer and show any work that might support your answer.
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7 months ago
Indicate the equation of the line, in standard form, that passes through (2, -4) and has a slope of 3/5. Enter your answer into the blank equation box.
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7 months ago
Hi! Can you please tell me the answer and explain how to do this (in your own words)? The best answer get's brainiest!Find the area:
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7 months ago
Suppose a jar contains 9 red marbles and 13 blue marbles. If you reach in the jar and pull out 2 marbles at random, find the probability that both are red. Write your answer in decimal form, rounded to the nearest thousandth.
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7 months ago
I have a box of replacement parts that I need to choose one from and place into my tortilla making machine. These parts come in two types: Type 1 has a failure rate of .4, and Type 2 has a failure rate of .75. I also know that, in that box, 30% of the replacement parts are of Type 1. There's no other way to tell the two types apart from one another.I choose a replacement part from the box at random, a place it into the machine and I use the machine to make 30 tortillas; of these, I find that 16 of the tortillas it created are square (failures).Question: What is the probability that I picked a Type 1 part?
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7 months ago
100 POINTS and BRAINLIEST to get both of these answer the third question on my profile :)
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7 months ago
in a state with a population of 2000000 the average vitizen spends 6000 on housing each year. what is the total spent on housing for the state? express answer in a scientific notation
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7 months ago
Mrs Wright spent 2/9 of her paycheck on food and 1/3 on rent. She spent 1/4 of the remainder on transportation. She had $210 left. How much was Mrs. Wright's paycheck ?
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7 months ago
Please answer this!! (In your own words.) The best answer gets brainliest!Find the area:
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7 months ago
Bill Casler bought a $8000, 9-month certificate of deposit (CD) that would earn 8% annual simple interest. Three months before the CD was due to mature, Bill needed his CD money, so a friend agreed to lend him money and receive the value of the CD when it matured.(a) What is the value of the CD when it matures?(b) If their agreement allowed the friend to earn a 10% annual simple interest return on his loan to Bill, how much did Bill receive from his friend? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)
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7 months ago
URGENT!! Please answer this! (In your own words) The best answer gets BRAINLIEST!Find the area:
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7 months ago
Write the equation of the line perpendicular to + = that passes through (−,−). Write your answer in slope-intercept form.
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7 months ago
Given 1+ cos x/ sin x + sin x/1+ cos x= 4, find a numerical value of one trigonometric function of x.
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7 months ago
A student comes to lecture at a time that is uniformly distributed between 5:09 and 5:14. Independently of the student, the professor begins the lecture at a time that is uniformly distributed between 5:10 and 5:12. What is the chance that the lecture has already begun when the student arrives?
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7 months ago
Amaya has a store credit of 50.86 she plans to purchase a video game for $24.97 and a golf club accessory for $6.99 how much store credit will she have left
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7 months ago
A phone store employee earns a salary of $450 per week plus 10% comission on her weekly sales. A) What function rule models the employee's weekly earnings? B)If the employee earned $570 in a week, what was the amount of her sales for that week?
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7 months ago
2.c is anyone good with exponential and logarithmic?
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7 months ago
A prisoner is trapped in a cell containing 3 doors. The first door leads to a tunnel that returns him to his cell after 2 days’ travel. The second leads to a tunnel that returns him to his cell after 4 days’ travel. The third door leads to freedom after 1 day of travel. If it is assumed that the prisoner will always select doors 1, 2, and 3 with respective probabilities .5, .3, and .2, what is the expected number of days until the prisoner reaches freedom? 1. Repeat problem, assuming the prisoner remembers previously chosen doors, and does not re-choose them. Assume the probabilities for the other doors are proportionally larger. 2. Repeat problem but now suppose there is another cell, and that door 1 takes him to the other cell after 2 days of travel. For the other cell, there are two doors, one of which leads to freedom after 3 days of travel, and the other leads back to the prisoner’s original cell after 3 days of travel; each door is equally likely.
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7 months ago
A production process fills containers by weight. Weights of containers are approximately normally distributed. Historically, the standard deviation of weights is 5.5 ounces. (This standard deviation is therefore known.) A quality control expert selects n containers at random. How large a sample would be required in order for the 99% confidence interval for to have a length of 2 ounces? a. n 15 b. n 16 c. n 201 d. n 226
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7 months ago
Mars Inc. claims that they produce M&Ms with the following distributions:Brown 30% Red 20% Yellow 20%Orange 10% Green 10% Blue 10%How many M&Ms must be sampled to construct the 97% confidence interval for the proportion of red M&Ms in that bag if we want a margin of error of ± .15?a) 33b) 36c) 34d) 26e) 25f) None of the above
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7 months ago
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