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An intitial population of 745 quail increases at an annual rate of 16%. Write an exponential function to model the quail population. What will the approximate population be after 4 years?
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James wants to tile his floor while using tiles in the shape of a trapezoid. To make the pattern a little more interesting he has decided to cut the tiles in half along the median. The top base of each tilt is 15 inches in length and the bottom base is 21 inches. How long of a cut will John need to make so that he cuts the tiles along the median?A:18 inchesB:3 inchesC:36 inches D:6 inches
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NEED HELP!!!! Based on this part of the soliloquy, which best describes Hamlet’s perception of life?He believes that life is too long and boring.He believes that life is fun and interesting.He believes that life is full of pain and suffering.He believes that life is full of joy and excitement.
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Statistics show that a certain soccer player has a 63% chance of missing the goal each time she shoots. If this player shoots twice, the exact probability that he scores a goal both times is __%
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what is a polynomial function in standard form with zeros 1, 2, -2 and -3
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Raj made this argument: The Triangle Inequality Theorem states that if the lengths of three sides of a triangle are a, b, and c, then a + b > c. For this reason, since a, b, and c are all positive numbers, the square of a + b must be greater than the square of c. However, for a right triangle, the Pythagorean Theorem states that if the lengths of the legs are a and b, and if the length of the hypotenuse is c, then a2 + b2 = c2, not a2 + b2 > c2. Therefore, since the Pythagorean Theorem is known to be correct, and since right triangles should adhere to the Triangle Inequality Theorem, the Triangle Inequality Theorem must be incorrect. What is wrong with Raj’s argument?
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Take a look at the streets in Phoenix. N 9th Avenue, N 10th Avenue, N 11th Avenue, N 12th Avenue, and N 13th Avenue are parallel, and they intersect W Roosevelt Street and Phoenix-Wickenburg Hwy. The distance between N 15th Ave. and N 13th Ave., represented by segment AB, is 530 feet along W Roosevelt St. The distances between N 13th Ave. and N 12th Ave. (segment BC), between N 12th Ave. and N 11th Ave. (segment CD), between N 11th Ave. and N 10th Ave. (segment DE) and between N 10th Ave. and N 9th Ave. (segment EF) are all the same, 340 feet. Now let's find some distances between these avenues along Phoenix-Wickenburg Hwy. (segment AL).If the distance on Phoenix-Wickenburg Hwy between 13th Avenue and 11th Avenue, represented by segment GJ is approximately 1060 feet, how long is Phoenix-Wickenburg Hwy. between 13th Avenue and 15th Avenue (segment AG) to the nearest foot?1652 feet826 feet340 feet530 feet
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What is an equation in slope-intercept form for the line that passes through the points (1,-3) and (3,1)?A. y=3x+1B. y=x-3C. y=2x+5D.y=2x-5
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Which graph represents the solution set of the system of inequalities?{y>_ 1/2x+1{y>-x-2Pleaseeee help!!!!! I will mark you as brainlinest for correct answer!!!!!
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Which of the choices shown are the lengths of the sides of a right triangleA) 1, 1, 2 B) 5, 6, 12 C) 3, 5, 8 D) 10, 24, 26
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A class consists of 55% boys and 45% girls. It is observed that 25% of the class are boys and scored an A on the test, and 35% of the class are girls and scored an A on the test.If a student is chosen at random and is found to be a girl, the probability that the student scored an A is_________.
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Lynn takes her puppy, Olive, to a doggy daycare. The price for the daycare is $21 per day along with a monthly admission fee of $48. Last month Lynn paid a total of $426. Which equation can be used to find the number of days, d, that Olive spent at daycare, and how many days was she there? 48d + 426 = 21; 9 days 21d + 48 = 426; 18 days 48d + 21 = 426; 8 days 426d - 21 = 48; 7 days NextReset
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HELP ASAP!!!Which system is inconsistent and independent
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What is the linear function equation represented by the graph? Enter your answer in the box.f(x)=
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WILL GIVE BRAINLEST ANSWER TO WHO ANSWERS FIRST!!Eva is showing her work in simplifying (7.3 – 7.2) – 3.8 + 3.7. In which step did Eva make an error?Step 1: (7.3 – 7.2) – 3.8 + 3.7Step 2: 7.3 + (–7.2 – 3.8) + 3.7 (commutative property)Step 3: 7.3 – 11 + 3.7Step 4: 7.3 + 3.7 – 11 (commutative property)Step 5: 11 – 11 = 0 Step 2; she wrote commutative instead of distributive Step 4; she wrote commutative instead of distributive Step 4; she wrote commutative instead of associative Step 2; she wrote commutative instead of associative
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Which additional fact proves that ΔRST and ΔWXY are congruent if ∠R ≅ ∠W and RS ≅ WX.∠R = 2x + 3 ∠S = x + 10∠T = 3x - 13A) ∠X = x + 33 B) ∠Y = x + 33 C) ∠X = 2x - 20 D) ∠Y = 2x - 20
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Which expression is equivalent to 15a^8b^4/5a^4b
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What is the radical form of each of the given expressions?Drag the answer into the box to match each expression.Choices in photo below.
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Multiply. 43√⋅1012−−√⋅6√⋅2√Enter your answer, in simplest radical form, in the box.(Picture of the equation just in case it copied it wrong)
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Reduce each of the following fractions to its simplest form. a. 12⁄18 b. 48⁄54 c. 27⁄90 d. 63⁄77 e. 24⁄32 f. 73⁄365
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