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Melinda and Marcus are saving money to purchase a present for a friend. Each friend starts with an amount and also saves a specific amount each week.Melinda created a table to show the total she has saved at the end of each week.Weeks: 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40Amount: 75 135 195 255 315 375 435 495 555Marcus came up with the following equation to show the total, y, he has saved at the end of each week, x.y = 14x + 25Compare the rate at which each friend saves money.Select the correct answer from the drop-down menu to complete the statement.The rate at which Melinda is adding to her savings each week is $less than the rate at which Marcus is adding to his savings each week.
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In a binomial experiment the probability of success is 0.06. what is the probability of two successes in seven trials? 0.0600 0.0555 0.0866 0.0036
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Find the circumference and the area of a circle with radius of 9 yd use the value 3.14 pie and do not round your answers be sure too include the correct units in your answers
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Jacinta buys 4 pounds of turkey and 2 pounds of ham. She pays a total of $30, and the turkey costs $1.50 less per pound than the ham. What would be the combined cost of 1 pound of turkey and 1 pound of ham?
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A jar contains 12 red marbles numbered 1 to 12 and 4 blue marbles numbered 1 to 4. a marble is drawn at random from the jar. find the probability of the given event. (a) the marble is red your answer is : 3/4 preview (b) the marble is odd-numbered your answer is : 1/2 preview (c) the marble is red or odd-numbered your answer is : 7/8 preview (d) the marble is blue and even-numbered your answer is : 5/8
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A basketball player averages 13.5 points per game. use this rate to find the value of x, the number of points scored in 7 games.
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The graph shows the balance of an account earning quarterly compound interest.Which statements are true about the function?Select each correct answer. a. The practical domain is x≥100 , so the account balance is always greater than $100. b. The practical range is y≥100 , so the account balance is always positive. c. The graph is ascending, indicating that the account balance is increasing over time. d. The account balance will be $222.11 after 40 years. e. The point (1,102.02) represents an initial account balance of $102.02.
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Which are true regarding the statement "A quadrilateral having exactly one pair of parallel opposite sides is a trapezoid”? Check all that apply.a. It is a conditional statement that can be written as “If a quadrilateral has exactly one pair of parallel opposite sides, then it is a trapezoid.”b. The hypothesis is: a quadrilateral having exactly one pair of parallel opposite sides.c. The hypothesis is: it is a trapezoid.d. The conclusion is: a quadrilateral having exactly one pair of parallel opposite sides.e. The conclusion is: it is a trapezoid.
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Line a is represented by the equation y=14x+8 . How do these equations compare to line a? Drag and drop the equations into the boxes to complete the table. Parallel to line a Perpendicular to line a Neither parallel nor perpendicular to line a y=14x+1y=4x−8y=−4x−3
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Find a cubic function f(x) = ax3 + bx2 + cx + d that has a local maximum value of 4 at x = −3 and a local minimum value of 0 at x = 1.find a cubic function f(x) = ax3 + bx2 + cx + d that has a local maximum value of 4 at x = −3 and a local minimum value of 0 at x = 1.
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Which equation represents the line that passes through the points (7, 8) and (3, -4)
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Why is the product of two rational numbers always rational? Select from the Bold words to correctly complete the proof. Let ab and cd represent two rational numbers. This means a, b, c, and d are (Integers or irrational numbers), and (b is not 0, d is not 0 or b and d are 0). The product of the numbers is acbd, where bd is not 0. Because integers are closed under (addition or multiplication), acbd is the ratio of two integers, making it a rational number.
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Rectangle J'K'L'M' shown on the grid is the image of rectangle JKLM after transformation. The same transformation will be applied on trapezoid STUV, as shown below: Rectangle JKLM is drawn on the grid with vertices J at negative 5, 1. K is at negative 5, 6. L is at negative 7, 6. M is at negative 7, 1. Rectangle J prime K prime L prime M prime is drawn with vertices at J prime 4, 4. K prime is at 4, 9. L prime is at 2, 9. M prime is at 2, 4. Trapezoid STUV is drawn with vertices at S is at 9, negative 6. T is at 9, negative 2. U is at 7, negative 2. V is at 6, negative 5.What will be the location of U' in the image trapezoid S'T'U'V'? (16, −2) (14, −2) (14, 1) (16, 1)
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Which statement is true about the end behavior of the graphed function?A) as the x-values go to positive infinity, the functions values go to negative infinity. B) as the x-values go to zero,the functions values go to positive infinity. C) as the x-values go to negative infinity, the functions values are equal to zero. D) as the x-values go to positive infinity, the functions values go to positive infinity. I really want to get this right :)
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If m <L=m <K and m <J=20 what is the measure of the exterior angle at vertex K
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PLZ HELP 5 points for each question you answer!!!ANSWER ANY YOU CAN! BRAINLIEST TO CORRECT ANSWER!!1) What is the next term in this arithmetic sequence?11, 8, 5, 2, ...A) -6B) -3C) 5D) -12) Which of the following is not a geometric sequence?A) 1,-3,9,-27,81B) -7,-5.8,-4.6,-3.4,-2.2C) -100, -20, -4, -4/5, -4/25D) 2.8,6.72,16.128,38.70723) What is the next term in this geometric sequence?104, -52, 26, -13, ...A) 6 1/2B) -6 1/2C) 0D) -264) Determine whether the following sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither.1, 2, 2, 3, ...A) arithmeticB) geometricC) neither5) Determine whether the following sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither.1, 4, 9, 16, ...A) arithmeticB) geometricC) neither6) Determine whether the following sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither.-7, -14, -28, -56, ...A) arithmeticB) geometricC) neither
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which pair of traingles can be proven congruent by SAS?
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PLEASE HELP ME I'LL FAIL MATH 20 POINTSQuestion 1(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)(06.02)Which of these is the algebraic expression for the verbal expression "five times the difference of a number and six?" 5(x − 6) x − 5 ⋅ 6 6(x − 5) 5 ⋅ x − 6Question 2(Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)(06.02)Which of these is the algebraic expression for "nine less than some number?" Fraction 9 over k Fraction k over 9 9 − k k − 9Question 3(Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)(06.02)Which of these is the algebraic expression for "five more than the product of ten and some number?" 10 + 5x 5 + 10 + x 10x + 5 5 + 10 ÷ xQuestion 4(Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)(06.02)Translate the algebraic expression shown below into a verbal expression.Fraction with variable x in numerator and 6 in the denominator. The sum of six and some number The product of six and some number The quotient of some number and six The difference of six and some numberQuestion 5(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)(06.02)Which verbal expression best describes the algebraic expression 3x ÷ 5? The quotient of three times some number and five The product of some number and five divided by three The quotient of three and some number times five The sum of three and some number divided by fiveQuestion 6(Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)(06.02)Which of these is the algebraic expression for "some number to the power of 5?" 5x x5 5x x + 5
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In the exponential growth function y = 235(1.15)^x, what is the 1. growth factor? _____________ 2. percent increase? _____________
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Which expression is a sum of cubes?
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