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Willa is building birdhouses. Each side of the birdhouse will need 9 nails. How many nails does Willa need for each birdhouse? There are 7 sides on the birdhouse. If Willa uses only 7 nails on each side, how will the total number of nails she uses change?
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The proof for the power property of logarithms appears in the table with an expression missing.StepReasonlog, M)Givenlog.((b"))SubstitutionProperties of exponentsLogarithm property log, (b) = 0SubstitutionCommutative property of multiplicationFlog, (M).Frilog, (M)Which expression is missing from the proof?log, (6**)log, (6*-))Ino/Mark this and returnSave and ExitSubmitNext
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7 months ago
The angles in a triangle are such that one angle is 100 degrees more than the smallest angle, while the third angle is 2 times as large as the smallest angle. Find the measures of all three angles.
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Angelica was at target and saw that a pair of slippers was $15. She also noticed that there is a 30% off sale on all slippers. What is the cost (sale price) of the slippers after the discount?
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7 months ago
In a poll of 1000 adults in July 2010, 540 of those polled said that schools should ban sugary snacks and soft drinks. Complete parts a and b below. a. Do a majority of adults (more than 50%) support a ban on sugary snacks and soft drinks? Perform a hypothesis test using a significance level of 0.05.State the null and alternative hypotheses. Note that p is defined as the population proportion of people who believe that schools should ban sugary foods.
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7 months ago
What is the solution to the equation1+1
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4) Arnold ate breakfast at a restaurant. His total came to $76.75. There is an 8% sales tax and 15% tip. What is Arnold's total cost? Show all your work and label all your answers.all your answers.
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Mr. lee drive 8 miles from his house to Parkside Parkside is 4 miles south of Springfield from Parkside he drove 3 miles to Springdale then he drove 20 miles from Springdale to Brookville how far did Mr. Lee Drive in all
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The two-way table shows the number of houses on the market in the Castillos’ price range. A 6-column table has 4 rows. The first column has entries 1 bathroom, 2 bathrooms, 3 bathrooms, total. The second column is labeled 1 bedroom with entries 67, 0, 0, 67. The third column is labeled 2 bedrooms with entries 21, 6, 18, 45. The fourth column is labeled 3 bedrooms with entries 0, 24, 16, 40. The fifth column is labeled 4 bedrooms with entries 0, 0, 56, 56. The sixth column is labeled Total with entries 88, 30, 90, 208. What is the probability that a randomly selected house with 2 bathrooms has 3 bedrooms
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7 months ago
From a plane flying due east at 265 m above sea level, the angles of depression of two ships sailing due east measure 35 degrees and 25 degrees. How far apart are the two ships?
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solve the systems of equations by subsiturion y=x+15y=2xnext questiony=x+124x+2y=27
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7 months ago
a cat owner paid the vet a fee of$269.50 for a years worth of visits. he made 14 visits that year. what was the average per cost?
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7 months ago
A tree shadow is 95 cm long. At the same time of the day Samantha stands next to the tree in measures her shadow to be 30 cm long. Samantha is 150 cm tall. What is the height of tree in centimeters
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7 months ago
coin is flipped four times. For each of the events described below, express the event as a set in roster notation. Each outcome is written as a string of length 4 from {H, T}, such as HHTH. Assuming the coin is a fair coin, give the probability of each event. (a) The first and last flips come up heads. (b) There are at least two consecutive flips that come up heads. (c) The first flip comes up tails and there are at least two consecutive flips that come up heads.
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7 months ago
The mean life span of a brand name tire is 50,000 miles. Assume that the life spans of the tires are normally distributed, and the population standard deviation is 800 miles. a. If you select one tire, what is the probability that its life span is less than 48,500 miles? b. If you select 100 tires, what is the probability that their mean life span is more than 50,200 miles?
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7 months ago
In the 6/55 lottery game, a player picks six numbers from 1 to 55. How many different choices does the player have if repetition is not allowed? Note that the order of the numbers is not important.
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A certain company has 255 employees. If an employee is to be selected at random from the company's employees, is the the probability less than 1/2 that the employee selected will be a woman who has a college degree?(1) 130 of the company's employees do not have a college degree(2) 125 of the company's employees are men
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7 months ago
Consider the sequence: 5, 7, 11, 19, 35,....Write an explicit definition that defines the sequence: a_n = 2n + 3a_n = 3n + 2a_n = 3n^2a_n = 2^n + 3
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A sphere with a radius of 6 cm has the same volume as a cone with a height of 6 cm. What is the radius of the cone?A) 2 cm B) 4 cm C) 8 cm D) 12 cm
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kiaria is 7 years alder tham jay . martha is twice as old as kiaria , the sum of their three ares is 7u , find the ratio of jay,s age to kiatias age to marhas age
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