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The perimeter of the base of the regular quadrilateral pyramid is P = 30 cm. Find the sum of all edges of this pyramid, if the perimeter of a lateral face is 27.5 cm
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6 months ago
Which equation will help you solve this problem? A band performed at halftime during the football game.There were 64 band members marching in 8 equal rows.How many band members were in each row?
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In the figure, line TU is tangent to the circle at point U. Use the figure to answer both of the questions. Show all of your work.(a) Describe the relationship among the lengths of the segments formed by the secant, RT , and the tangent segment, TU. You may use words and/or an equation to describe. (b) Suppose RT= 9 in. and ST = 4 in. Is it possible to find the length of TU ? If so, show how to find the length. If not, explain why not.
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What exponential function is the best fit for the data in the table?x f(x)2 −33 04 12 f(x) = 4(4)x − 1 + 4 f(x) = 4(4)x − 1 − 4 f(x) = one fourth(4)x − 1 + 4 f(x) = one fourth(4)x − 1 − 4
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Below is a piece of a local pizza place menu where Jacob works. Large Cheese Pizza $14.85Large Supreme Pizza $16.90Cheese Sticks $5.99Dessert Pizza $6.995. Adding additional toppings to a large cheese pizza cost $1.39 per topping. The equation 14.85 + 1.39x = 20 can be used to determine the number of toppings that can be added to a large cheese pizza for a total of $20. Jacob solves the equation and says you can get 4 toppings added if you have $20. Is this reasonable? Justify your response. If the answer is not reasonable, identify the error and then calculate the correct solution.
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complete the two column proof
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What is the value of n? Enter your answer in the box. n = cm Circle with two intersecting chords forming an x shape in the circle. The top left side of the x shape is labeled 7 centimeters. The top right side of the x shape is labeled 4 centimeters. The bottom left side of the x is labeled n. The bottom right side of the x is labeled 8 centimeters.
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The table shows the membership of two scout troops.a. What is the percent of change in membership from 2010 to 2011 for Troop A? Round to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary.b. What is the percent of change in membership from 2010 to 2011 for Troop B? Round to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary.c. Which troop has the better record in terms of the number of new members?d. Which troop has the better record in terms of the percent of change in membership?
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at joes restaurant, one fourth of the patrons are male and one -fifth of the patrons are from out of town. what proportion would you expect to be male and out of town?
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Find the value of x so that line m is parallel to line n.A. 57B. 51C. 50D. 49
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A Punnett square is used to _______. predict the genotypic and phenotypic probabilities of possible offspring determine if a trait runs in a family track inherited traits through many generations identify organisms that are carriers of a specific trait
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Mikayla asked 10 of her friends how many hours of TV they watch in a week. Three of her friends said 8 hours, two of her friends said 9 hours, two of her friends said 11 hours, one of her friends said 12 hours, and two of her friends said 14 hours. Mikayla wanted to make a dot plot of the data she gathered. In what order would she create the dot plot?
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The mean score of a competency test is 82, with a standard deviation of 2. Between what two values do about 99.7% of the values lie?
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Refer to Explorations in Literature for a complete version of this passage.Which quotations from “Here Is New York” develop the author’s viewpoint that commuters do not truly experience New York City?Select each correct answer.A "About 400,000 men and women come charging on to the Island each week-day morning, out of the mouths of tubes and tunnels." B "Second, there is the New York of the commuter—the city that is devoured by locusts each day and spat out each night."C "The commuter dies with tremendous mileage to his credit, but he is no rover."D "Or they may work in a midtown office and may let a whole year swing round without sighting Governors Island from the sea wall."
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Refer to Explorations in Literature for a complete version of this passage.Read this excerpt from "Here Is New York."…each embraces New York with the intense excitement of first love, each absorbs New York with the fresh eyes of an adventurer, each generates heat and light to dwarf the Consolidated Edison Company.How does the author use imagery in “Here Is New York” to advance his viewpoint?A: The imagery emphasizes that individual people can find opportunities in New York that they cannot find elsewhere.B: The imagery expresses the majesty of New York City and illustrates how the writer sees New York. C: The imagery illustrates his view of what a true New Yorker is and the relationship that a New Yorker should have with the city.D: Specific references to personal experiences illustrate how the writer felt when he first came to New York.
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Stewart wants to know how many students in his school enjoy watching sports on TV. He asks this question to all 25 students in his science class and finds that 60% of his classmates enjoy watching sports on TV. He claims that 60% of the school's student population would be expected to enjoy watching sports on TV. Is Stewart making a valid inference about his population? Yes, it is a valid inference because he asked all 25 students in his science class Yes, it is a valid inference because his classmates make up a random sample of the students in the school No, it is not a valid inference because his classmates do not make up a random sample of the students in the school No, it is not a valid inference because he asked all 25 students in his science class instead of taking a sample from his math class
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Michelle works at a store that sells clothing accessories. The supply function for baseball caps is P=Q-6, where P is the price and Q is the quantity of baseball caps. If Michelle sells the baseball caps for $19 apiece, how many baseball caps will the store make?A. 31 baseball capsB. 6 baseball capsC. 19 baseball capsD. 25 baseball caps
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Solve the logarithmic equation. Round your answers to the nearest hundredth. 6+in x=8
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What exponential function is the best fit for the data in the table? x f(x)2 -33 04 12A. f(x) = 4(4)^x - 1 + 4B. f(x) =4(4)^ x - 1 - 4C. f(x) = 1/4(4)^x -1 + 4D. f(x) = 1/4(4)^ x - 1 - 4
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6 months ago
99 points and brainliest answerRefer to Explorations in Literature for a complete version of this passage.What effect does the symbol have on the meaning in "Here Is New York" by E.B. White?The commuter is the queerest bird of all. The suburb he inhabits has no essential vitality of its own and is a mere roost where he comes at day’s end to go to sleep.A. The symbolism of the suburbs as a “roost” expresses the safety and comfort of the commuter’s home. B. As birds are inherently pests, the writer uses symbolism to express his view that commuters offer nothing positive to New York.C. The symbol of commuters as birds illustrates how they come and go without ever experiencing the city.D. By describing the commuter as a bird, the writer emphasizes the freedom of commuters who can come and go from the city as they please.
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