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25% of the 483 people at the school fair are age 6 and under. Estimate how many people are over the age of 6?
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6 months ago
Match the number (1-5) of each coordinate pair with the corresponding letter of the point from the graph.1. (-4, 1)2. (3, 5)3. (2, 0)4. (1, -4)5. (0, -2) FGDAH
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6 months ago
Complete the steps to solve the polynomial equation x3 – 21x = –20. According to the rational root theorem, which number is a potential root of the polynomial–7013
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A business spends $3500 to purchase a copy machine. The business also spends $125 per month on maintenance and supplies for the copy machine. What function equation represents the total cost of the copy machine after x months? A. f(x)= 125x-3500 B. f(x)=3500x-125 C. f(x)=125x+3500 D. f(x)=3500x+125
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6 months ago
Triangle DEF is congruent to right triangle GHI with a right angle at vertex H. If the slope of DE is –2, what must be true?A. The slope of HI is 1/2.B. The slope of EF is 1/2.C. The slope of GH is –2.C. The slope of DF is –2.
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6 months ago
Catherina conducted a survey of four school cafeterias to find the number of students who like burgers for lunch. The results of her survey are recorded in the table below: School Cafeteria Survey School Total Number of Students in the Cafeteria Number of Students Who Liked Burgers A 35 15 B 42 13 C 21 8 D 41 16 Which school has the greatest percentage of students who like burgers for lunch? School A School B School C School D
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6 months ago
Which statements must be true?Select each correct answer.MN∥SUOM∥TUON=12SUST=2ONNO=NM
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6 months ago
Lisa is very careful about her spending. She avoids going to restaurants, even with friends. She buys clothing only when absolutely necessary (to replace a piece of clothing that is worn out), and she buys the cheapest food she can find at the grocery store, even if it is not healthy food. Her friend suggests that she use a budget, but Lisa claims she does not need a budget since she is already able to save a lot of money each month. Does Lisa need a budget? Why?A.) Lisa does not need a budget because she is effective at managing her money.B.) Lisa needs a budget to help her save more money than she already does.C.) Lisa does not need a budget because she already saves as much money as possible.D.) Lisa needs a budget to help show her that she can spend money without risking her savings.
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6 months ago
Patsy has cheerleading practice every fourth day. She wants to be in the school play, but they have practice every sixth day. If both start on September 5th, what would be the next date she has to choose between cheerleading and play practice? Show your work and explain. THE ONE TO DO SO WILL BE MARKED BRAINIEST AND WILL BE THANKED
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6 months ago
The blue dot is what value on the number line
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Air pressure may be represented as a function of height above the surface of the Earth as shown below. P(h)=PoE^-.00012h In this function, P0 is air pressure at sea level, and h is measured in meters. Which of the following equations will find the height at which air pressure is 65% of the air pressure at sea level? A. Po=.65PoE^-.00012h B. .65Po=PoE^-.00012h C. .65=h*e^-.00012 D. h=.65e^-.00012
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6 months ago
4 times as much as 1 third of 8
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Andrew needs exactly 120 pencils and markers for his class to play the review game he created. The supply closet have boxes of pencils with 12 in each and boxes of markers with six in each
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6 months ago
A car dealership sells 20 cars when there is a $2,000 markup over the factory price of each vehicle. The sales department determines that for each $400 decrease in markup an additional 6 cars are sold. Write a function that models the total monthly profit P(n). Let n represent the number of markdowns. A) P(n) = 2400n2 + 4000n + 40,000 B) P(n) = 2400n2 − 4000n + 40,000 C) P(n) = −2400n2 + 4000n + 40,000 D) P(n) = −2400n2 − 4000n + 40,000
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6 months ago
A store sells 2 printers for every 5 computers. The store sells 40 computers. How many printers does the store sell? Complete the ratio table to solve the problem.
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6 months ago
30 points!Tina is going for a bike ride. When she leaves her house, she starts pedaling and her speed steadily increases. As she approaches the stop sign at the end of her street, she slows down at a steady pace until she comes to a complete stop. After waiting at the stop sign for her turn to go, she starts pedaling again and her speed steadily increases at a slower pace than when she first left her house. She reaches a comfortable speed and rides at this speed until she approaches another stop sign, causing her to steadily slow down until she again comes to a complete stop. Which graph represents Tina’s bike ride?
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6 months ago
Use completing the square to solve for x in the equation (x+7)(x-9)=25x = –4 or 6x = –2 or 14x = 1 ± sqrt(89)x = 1 ± sqrt(87)
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6 months ago
Mr. Mole's burrow lies 5 meters below the ground. He started digging his way deeper into the ground, descending 3 meters each minute. whats the slope
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6 months ago
Solve for x in the equation x^2-10x+25=35
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6 months ago
Which statements are true about the ordered pair (10, 5) and the system of equations? {2x−5y=−5x+2y=11 Select each correct answer. The ordered pair (10, 5) is a solution to the first equation because it makes the first equation true. The ordered pair (10, 5) is a solution to the second equation because it makes the second equation true. The ordered pair (10, 5) is not a solution to the system because it makes at least one of the equations false. The ordered pair (10, 5) is a solution to the system because it makes both equations true.
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