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While teaching at the University of Pisa in 1589, Galileo tested Aristotle’s laws of falling objects by dropping large metal projectiles off the . He concluded that a heavier object dropped from the same height as a lighter object will land .
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Which graph represents the function f(x)= 1/x - 1PLEASE ANSWER FAST IM TIMED
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Alan works 6miles away from the apartment and rollerblades from his work place to the apartment at a constant rate of 7miles per hour . Soren works 8 miles away from the apartment and bikes from his work place at a constant rate of 12miles per hour . How much time in hours do Alan and Soren have to travel to be the same distance from their apartment ?
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-6x - 2x = 40. Calculate and show work
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If f(x)=3x+5 and g(x)=x-1,then f[g(0)]
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PLEASE HELPWhat is the surface area of the sphere below?
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What radius of a circle is required to inscribe an equilateral triangle with an area of 270.633 cm2 and an altitude of 21.65 cm? (round to nearest tenth)
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Need help as soon as possible!!!!!!!!!
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7 months ago
The table below shows 10 data values: 86897693729184837492What is the five-number summary for these data? Minimum = 72, Q1 = 83, median = 85, Q3 = 89, maximum = 93 Minimum = 74, Q1 = 83, median = 84, Q3 = 91, maximum = 92 Minimum = 74, Q1 = 76, median = 84, Q3 = 89, maximum = 92 Minimum = 72, Q1 = 76, median = 85, Q3 = 91, maximum = 93
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7 months ago
Function f(x) undergoes a simple transformation to create function g(x).The graphs of both f(x) and g(x) are shown.Create g(x) in terms of f(x).
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Item 15 A bale of hay in the shape of a rectangular prism has a length of 4 feet, a width of 2 feet, and a height of 2 feet. A cylindrical bale of hay has a diameter of 5 feet and a height of 6 feet. How many rectangular bales contain the same amount of hay as one cylindrical bale? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.
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9 Quesions, 30 Points!!!! PLEASE HELP!
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Given: A = {(0, 0), (2, 1), (3, 1.5), (4, 2), . . .} Is A a function and why?
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Can you use the ASA Postulate or the AAS Theorem to prove the triangles congruent?
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PLZ HELPPPPPUse the quadratic formula to determine the exact solutions to the equation.2x^2−5x+1=0Enter your answers in the boxes.x =______ or x = ______
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1.Jessica lost some of her money. She found 3/6 of it. What fraction of her money is still missing ? 2.If there are 16 ounces in a pound and a baby weighs 10 pounds, how many ounces does he weigh?
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7 months ago
Which of the following is the graph of
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PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!A dance studio has 40 nine-year-old children sign-up for ballet class. The studio owner decides to divide the children into two nine-year-old ballet classes: Class Alpha and Class Beta. If the studio owner wants each child to have a fair chance of being placed in either class, which of the following describes a method that cannot be used to help the studio owner place the children? A.Using a random number generator, assign each child a number, eliminating any duplicate numbers. Assign each child with an even number to Class Alpha, and assign each child with an odd number to Class Beta. B. Using a random number generator, assign each child a number, eliminating any duplicate numbers. After each child is assigned a number, list the assigned numbers in ascending order. Assign the children with the first 20 numbers on the ascending list to Class Alpha, and assign the children with the last 20 numbers on the ascending list to Class Beta. C. Randomly select a chip from a bucket containing 40 chips, which are each uniquely labeled with a child's name. Assign each child whose name is labeled on the first 20 chips drawn in Class Alpha, and assign the remaining 20 children to Class Beta. D. All methods can be used to help the studio owner make a fair decision.
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7 months ago
Sylvia is considering investing in one of two bond packages offered to her by different brokers. Broker U suggests that Sylvia buy two par value $1,000 bonds from Franklin County, three par value $500 bonds from Enam Telecom, and two par value $1,000 bonds from the city of Iligs.. Franklin County bonds are selling at 96.674, Enam Telecom bonds are selling at 109.330, and Iligs bonds are selling at 103.851. Broker V suggests that Sylvia buy four par value $500 bonds from Trochel Office Supplies, one par value $500 bond from Okaloosa county, and three par value $1,000 bonds from Globin Publishing. Bonds from Trochel Office Supplies are selling at 105.142, Okaloosa county bonds are selling at 85.990, and Globin Publishing bonds are selling at 97.063. If Broker U charges a commission of 2.8% of the market value of the bonds sold and Broker V charges a fee of $65 for each bond sold, which bond package will cost Sylvia less, and by how much? a. Broker V’s bond package will cost Sylvia $366.00 less than Broker U’s. b. Broker V’s bond package will cost Sylvia $205.77 less than Broker U’s. c. Broker U’s bond package will cost Sylvia $156.02 less than Broker V’s. d. Broker U’s bond package will cost Sylvia $361.79 less than Broker V’s.
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When randomly choosing two cards from a standard deck of cards without replacement, what is the probability of choosing a face card and then an ace? (Remember: standard deck has 52 cards, with 4 aces and 12 face cards)A 3/221B 3/168C 4/221D 9/169
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