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Brian used 4 3/10 gallons of red paint and 3 2/5 gallons of blue to paint 7 bookshelves. How many gallons og paint did he use for each bookshelf
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Find the distance between (-5, -8) and (-1, -16). Group of answer choices 8.9 units 9.8 units 10.3 units 11 units
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Tia shares 53 balloons equally among 4 children. How many balloons will be left over?
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PLZZ HELP ME 20 POINTS AND BRAINLIEST!The price of a particular stock is represented by the linear equation Y= -0.91x+ 103.47 where x represents the number of weeks the stock has been owned and y represents the price of the stock, in dollars. If this relationship continues, what is the price of the stock after it has been owned for 12 weeks?A.$92.55B.$94.37C.$100.52D.$114.39
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Spila Motors Inc. earned income of $69,000 from its operating activities for a specified period. During the same period, it sold an asset and earned a gain of $3,000. It also incurred expenses on operating activities for $33,000 and on non-operating expenses for $8,000. What was the net profit made by Spila for the specified period?A. $41,000B. $72,000C. $31,000 D. $39,000
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which equation has a vertex of (-3,4)?
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Give the center, radius, and equation of the circle in the graph.
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Parallelogram ABCD is translated (x + 3, y − 2) and then rotated 90° about the origin in the clockwise direction. Complete the table to show the locations of A″, B″, C″, and D″ after both transformations.Parallelogram ABCD is shown. A is at negative 5, 1. B is at negative 4, 3. C is at negative 1, 3. D is at negative 2, 1.A (− 5, 1) A″ ?B (−4, 3) B″ ?C (−2, 3) C″ ?D (−1, 1) D″ ? A″ (−1, 2), B″ (1, 1), C″ (1, −2), D″ (−1, −1) A″ (1, −2), B″ (−1, −1), C″ (−1, 2), D″ (1, 1) A″ (−2, −1), B″ (−1, 1), C″ (2, 1), D″ (1, −1) A″ (1, 1), B″ (−1, 2), C″ (−1, −1), D″ (1, −2)
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WILL GIVE BRAILYEST TO WHOEVER ANSWERS CORRECTLY FIRST: On a coordinate plane, a line is drawn from point C to point D. Point C is at (negative 1, 4) and point D is at (2, 0). Point C has the coordinates (–1, 4) and point D has the coordinates (2, 0). What is the distance between points C and D? d = StartRoot (x 2 minus x 1) squared + (v 2 minus v 1) squared EndRoot units
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Lengths of segmentsTriangleNot a triangle10 m, 14 m, 29 m10 m, 21 m, 29 m10 m, 29 m, 37 m10 m, 29 m, 40 mWhat is a triangle, and what isn’t a triangle?
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A circle has an area of 75 square centimeters. Which answer is closest to the measure of its radius?
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The displacement h(t) in centimeters of a mass suspended by a spring is modeled by the function h(t) = 1/4sin(120(pi)t), where t is measured in seconds. Find the amplitude, period, and frequency of this displacement.Please help!
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5 months ago
Drag the tiles to the correct boxes to complete the pairs. Match each expression to the correct verbal description. 8 added to the cube of 7x the cube of the sum of 7x and 8 7 times the cube of the sum of x and 8 8 added to the product of 7 and x cubed
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for a production of sweeney Todd in Las Vegas, orchestra seats cost $42 and mezzanine seats cost $25. if a group of 14 people show up and spend a total of $486, how many of each kind of seat did they buy? use elimination to solve. please help!
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suppose a rabbit population of 10 rabbits trippled every 2 months. write an exponential function that represents the population of rabbits and define the variable x. How many rabbits will exist after two years
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You are given the system of equations to solve by the elimination method, which is an INCORRECT step that will NOT produce a system with the same solution?3x + 6y = 8 4x + 2y = 10 A) subtract 6 times the second equation from 2 times the first equation B) add 3 times the first equation and −9 times the second equation C) multiply the first equation by 1/3 and subtract the second equation D) multiply 6y by 1/3in the first equation and subtract the second equation
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Need help on a geometry question
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Your friend asks you to help him with his snow shoveling business and will pay you 3 pennies for the first job. You agree to help if he triples your payment for each job completed. After 2 shoveling jobs, you will receive 9 pennies, and after 3 shoveling jobs, you will receive 27 pennies.Complete and solve the equation that finds the number of pennies he will pay you after the seventh shoveling job. = number of pennies for seventh shoveling jobPayment for the seventh shoveling job = pennies
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Please help!!!!! I need help with this! Tysm if you help!
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The perimeter of a rectangle is the sum of the lengths of its four sides. Which expression where
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