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Jennifer just turned 23 and can save $500 per quarter, starting in three months. If Jennifer can earn 7% compounded quarterly, what age will she be when she accumulates $1,000,000?
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What angle is created by a tangent line and the radius of a circle at the point of tangency
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Suppose you accumulated $500,000, perhaps from many years of saving. You put the money in a savings plan earning 6% compounded monthly. If you want to withdraw $4,000 at the beginning of each month, how long before the savings plan is exhausted?
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Neveah has created the function of f(x) = 2x+4/3 to represent the growth of her hair, where x represents the number of months since her last haircut. Neveah discovers that, using inverse function to solve for X=6, she can predict when her hair will have grown 6". Explain to Neveah how to accomplish this using complete sentences.
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A sports apparel supplier offers teams the option of purchasing extra apparel for players. A volleyball team purchases 15 jackets and 12 pairs of sweatpants for $348. A basketball team purchases 8 jackets and 8 pairs of sweatpants for $200. Let x represent the price of a jacket and let y represent the price of a pair of sweatpants. Which system of equations can be used to find the price of each item?
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x^4-5x^3-52x^2-70x-24=0the solution set
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The area of an isosceles trapezoid is 45 cm2 and its height is 5 cm. Find the perimeter if one of the legs is 2/3 of the sum of the bases.
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complete the proof of the identity by choosing the rule that justifies each step ofcos(x-y)/cosx cosy=1+tanx tany
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The property taxes in a town decrease as the distance from the local elementary school increases. The greatest property taxes are 4 . 5 % 4.5%4, point, 5, percent, and for every 1 0 1010 miles from the school, property taxes decrease by 0 . 5 0.50, point, 5 percentage points. If a house's property taxes are 3 % 3%3, percent, what is the distance of that house from the school?
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6 months ago
i am stuck on this question. anyone help me please.
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Which is the graph of g(x) = (0.5)x + 3 – 4?
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can someone help me. i am struggling to do this question. i need the other two boxes and thats it. please. who ever gets it right gets the brainliest award.
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Mr. Sánchez owns a square field. The side lengths are 0.9 kilometers. There are 1,980 prairie dog burrows in the fields. What is the approximate density of prairie dog burrows in burrows per square kilometer?
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It takes Heidi 10 minutes to get to school going at a speed of 27 miles/hour. How long will it take her to get to school if she goes 40miles/hour?
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Help me! A coin collection is purchased for $1,000. Twenty years later, the owner is told that the collection is worth quite a bit of money! If the rate of return on the stamp collection is 4% per year, what is the current value of the stamp collection? In your final answer, include all of your calculations.
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6 months ago
Consider this figure of a hexagon. (a) How is the hexagon represented by simpler polygons, and what are the dimensions of each of these simpler polygons? (b) Find the area of the complex polygon. I need a answer ASAP I have to have this turned in by 11:30
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CONSUMER MATH HELP!!!1. Which example is NOT a type of savings instrument? ( savings account investment account certificate of deposit checking account 2. _____ is the amount paid when you purchase a home that covers additional expenses like taxes and title fees. Down payment Closing costs Assessment fees Homeownership fees
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PLEEEEEAAAASSSSSEEEEE HELP ME IM IN NEED OF ITTTTTT!!!!!!! IT'S URGENT Before engaging in the discussion, view the Discussion Guidelines and the Discussion Rubric to ensure that you understand the expectations for this activity. Once you have posted your response, you are also required to respond to at least two other students’ posts. You may want to check back later to respond to your classmates. 1. Create your own question that could appear on the test for this unit. The question can be about adding, subtracting, multiplying, or factoring polynomials. Solve your own problem to make sure that the question has a solution, but do not submit your answer with your test question. Your classmates will be responsible for solving the problem that you make up. 2. What are two pieces of mathematical advice you have for a classmate who’s about to take an assessment on the content you learned in this unit? Think about what types of mistakes are common when
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Find the least common multiple of the following polynomials: 5y^2-80 and y+4 a. (y+4)(y-4) b. (y+4) c. 5(y+10)(y-8) d.5(y+4)(y-4)
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A garden store has the following miscellaneous bulbs in a basket: 6 amaryllis 7 daffodils 4 lilies 3 tulips A customer bought 4 bulbs from the basket, one of each type of flower. If the next customer selectsc1 of the remaining bulbs at random, which is closest to the probability that customer will get an amaryllis bulb
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