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Imagine two lines intersect. How can the properties of linear pairs and vertical angles help to determine the angle measures created by the intersecting lines? Explain.
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John Gray bought a basic car for $32,750.00, with options that cost $375.00. There's a 6% sales tax in his state and a combined $50.00 license and registration fee. What was John's total cost
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You deposit $1,600 in a bank account. Find the balance after 3 years if the account pays 2.4% annual interest compounded quarterly.
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Change each fraction to a decimal. If the division doesn’t end, round your answer to the nearest hundredth. a. 3⁄4 b. 7⁄16 d. 3⁄5 e. 7⁄40 f. 51⁄20
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caleb and emily are standing 100 yards from each other. caleb looks up at a 45 degree angle to see a hot air balloon. Emily looks yup at a 60 degree angle to see the same hot air ballon. approximate how far is the hot air ballon off the ground?
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Which statements about doubling an investment are true? Check all that apply.An investment of $5,000 will double in 6 years at an annual compound interest rate of 12%.An investment of $1,000 will double at an annual compound interest rate of 18% in 6 years.An investment of $350 will double in 9 years at a compound interest rate of 8%.An investment of $2,000 will double at a simple interest rate of 5% in 20 years.An investment of $700 will double in 12 years at a simple interest rate of 6%.
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A line passes through the points (2, –2) and (–6, 2). The point (a, –4) is also on the line. What is the value of a? mc023-1.jpg
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One of the zeros of the polynomial function is 2. f(x)=x4−3x3−23x2+75x−50What is the factored form of the function? f(x)=(x−5)(x+5)(x−2)2f(x)=(x−5)(x+5)(x−2)(x−1)f(x)=(x−5)(x+5)(x−2)(x+1)f(x)=(x−5)(x+5)(x−1)2
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The county fair charges $1.25 per ticket for the rides. Jermaine bought 25 tickets for the rides and spent a total of $43.75 at the fair. Jermaine spent his money only on ride tickets and fair admission. The price of the fair admission is the same for everyone. Use y to represent the total cost and x to represent the number of ride tickets.(a) Define your variables.(b) Write a linear equation that can be used to determine the cost for anyone who only pays for ride tickets and fair admission.(c) Explain your answer to Part b.
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What is the area of a rectangle with vertices at (−6, 3) , (−3, 6) , (1, 2) , and (−2, −1) ?Enter your answer in the box. Do not round any side lengths.What is the area of a triangle with vertices at (0, −2) , (8, −2) , and (9, 1) ?Enter your answer in the box.What is the perimeter of a polygon with vertices at (−2, 1) , (−2, 4) , (2, 7) , (6, 4) , and (6, 1) ?Enter your answer in the box. Do not round any side lengths.What is the perimeter of the rectangle shown on the coordinate plane, to the nearest tenth of a unit?15.3 units20.4 units30.6 units52.0 units
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A line passes through the points (2, –2) and (–6, 2). The point (a, –4) is also on the line. What is the value of a?
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Maricella plots two ordered pairs on the grid below.
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PLEASE HELP WITH THESE TWO4. Tyler is writing a coordinate proof to show that a diagonal of a rectangle divides the rectangle into two triangles that have equal areas. He starts by assigning coordinates to a rectangle. Then he uses these coordinates to write an expression for the area of each triangle formed by the diagonal.What is the area of one of the triangles formed by the diagonal of the rectangle?Enter an expression in the box for the area of the triangle.5. Amira is writing a coordinate proof to show that the area of a triangle created by joining the midpoints of an isosceles triangles is one-fourth the area of the isosceles triangle. She starts by assigning coordinates as given.Enter your answers, in simplest form, in the boxes to complete the coordinate proof.Point Q is the midpoint of DE , so the coordinates of point Q are (a, b).Point R is the midpoint of FE , so the coordinates of point R are ([ ], b).In ΔDEF , the length of the base, DF , is [ ], and the height is 2b, so its area is [ ].In ΔQRP , the length of the base, QR , is [ ], and the height is b, so its area is ab.Comparing the expressions for the areas proves that the area of the triangle created by joining the midpoints of an isosceles triangle is one-fourth the area of the triangle.Thanks in advance. Please explain.
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a. If m<7 = 37 , what is in m<4 ?b. If m<7 = 37 , what is in m<2 ?c. Describe the relationship between <4 and <8 .d. Describe the relationship between <3 and <5 .
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Which should be the first step in solving the equation 1.2 w -3.8= 12.41. Add 3.8 to both sides of the equation.2. Subtract 1.2 from both sides of the equation.3. Multiply both sides of the equation by 1.2.4. Divide both sides of the equation by 3.8.
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identify an equation in point-slope form for the line parallel to y=1/2x-7 that passes through (-3,-2)
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The table of values below represents a linear function and shows the height of a tree since it was transplanted. What was the height of the tree when it was transplanted?
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Which linear function represents the line given by the point-slope equation y + 1 = –3(x – 5)?f(x) = –3x – 6f(x) = –3x – 4f(x) = –3x + 16f(x) = –3x + 14answer asap
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Which situation could best be represented by this linear equation? 2.75x + 3.25y = 215
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At a canning company the daily production cost, y, is given by the quadratic equation y = 650 – 15x + 0.45x2, where x is the number of canned items. What is the MINIMUM daily production cost? A) $1,025.00 B) $1,186.25 C) $525.00 D) $536.25
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