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If y = 5x − 4, which of the following sets represents possible inputs and outputs of the function, represented as ordered pairs? (4 points)Select one:a. {(0, −4), (2, 6), (4, 20)}b. {(0, −4), (2, 6), (4, 16)}c. {(0, 4), (2, 6), (4, 16)}d. {(0, 4), (2, −6), (4, 20)}THX
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A baker has 5\dfrac145 4 1 5, start fraction, 1, divided by, 4, end fraction pies in her shop. She cut the pies in pieces that are each \dfrac18 8 1 start fraction, 1, divided by, 8, end fraction of a whole pie. How many pieces of pie does she have?
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2 months ago
The drama club is selling short-sleeved shirts for $5 each, and long-sleeved shirts for $10 each. They hope to sell all of the shirts they ordered, to earn a total of $1,750. After the first week of the fundraiser, they sold of the short-sleeved shirts and of the long-sleeved shirts, for a total of 100 shirts. Let x represent the number of short-sleeved shirts ordered and let y represent the number of long-sleeved shirts ordered. Which system of linear equations represents the situation? 5x + 10y = 100 and x + y = 1,750 5x + 10y = 1,750 and x + y = 100 x + y = 100 and x + y = 1,750 x + y = 1,750 and x + y = 100
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2 months ago
∠LMN and ∠NMO are a linear pair of angles. If ∠LMN = 4x + 3 and ∠NMO = 10x – 5, then find the value of x. (1 point) x = 10 x = 12 x = 14 x = 13
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2 months ago
Jennifer wants to net $35,000 on her house. Her closing costs will be 7,500 plus a 7% commission. She owes $185,000 on her loan. What should the sale price be (round to the nearest $1,000)?
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2 months ago
1. Select the type of equations.independentequivalentinconsistent2. Click on the solution set below until the correct one is displayed.(pic 1 is part of the question for both of the questions, 2-4 is the answers for 2)
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2 months ago
In the △PQR, PQ = 39 in, PR = 17 in, and the altitude PN = 15 in. Find QR.
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2 months ago
In a right triangle the leg opposite to the acute angle of 30° is 7 in. Find the hypotenuse and other leg.
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2 months ago
The figure below shows a rectangle ABCD having diagonals AC and DB: A rectangle ABCD is shown with diagonals AC and BD. Jimmy wrote the following proof to show that the diagonals of rectangle ABCD are congruent: Jimmy's proof: Statement 1: In triangle ADC and BCD, AD = BC (opposite sides of a rectangle are congruent) Statement 2: Angle ADC = Angle BCD (angles of a rectangle are 90°) Statement 3: Statement 4: Triangle ADC and BCD are congruent (by SAS postulate) Statement 5: AC = BD (by CPCTC) Which statement below completes Jimmy's proof?
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2 months ago
what is the 11th term of the sequence 1,2,4,8,16answer choices3219210242048
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2 months ago
Mr. Gonzalez earns his living as a salary plus commission employee. His annual salary is $18,000. He makes 4% commission on all of his sales. Mr. Gonzalez wants to earn $60,000 this year. If his earnings are divided evenly throughout the year, how much in monthly sales would Mr. Gonzalez need to have?a.$37,500b.$87,500c.$100,000d.$125,000
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2 months ago
What are the steps for using a compass and straightedge to construct a square? Drag and drop the steps in order from start to finish. Use a straightedge to draw line a and label a point on the line as point P. Without changing the compass width, place the compass point on point S and draw an arc in the interior of ∠SPT . Use the straightedge to draw QS¯¯¯¯¯ and QT¯¯¯¯¯. Construct a line perpendicular to line a through point P. Label a point on this line as point R. With the compass open to the desired side length of the square, place the compass point on point P and draw an arc on line a and an arc on PR←→ . Label the points of intersection as points S and T. Keeping the same compass width, place the compass on point T and draw an arc in the interior of ∠SPT to intersect the previously drawn arc. Label the point of intersection as point Q.
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2 months ago
A triangle has vertices at L(2, 2), M(4, 4), and N(1, 6). The triangle is transformed according to the rule R0, 180°. Which statements are true regarding the transformation? Check all that apply. The rule for the transformation is (x, y) → (–x, –y). The coordinates of L' are (–2,–2). The coordinates of M' are (–4,4). The coordinates of N' are (6,–1). The coordinates of N' are (–1,–6).
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2 months ago
Tom went to his car in the morning and saw that a car or truck had bumped into it during the night, causing a lot of damage. What is the most likely outcome of this situation?His finance company will reduce his interest.His insurance company will lower his monthly payments.His insurance company will pay for damages.His finance company will increase his interest.
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2 months ago
Which of the following statements must be true about a rectangle? Choose all answers that apply: Choose all answers that apply: A It has four sides of equal length. B It has four right angles. C It has two pairs of parallel opposite sides.
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2 months ago
The isotope calcium-41 decays into potassium-41, with a half-life of 1.03 × 10^5 years. There is a sample of calcium-41 containing 5 × 10^9 atoms. How many atoms of calcium-41 and potassium-41 will there be after 4.12 × 10^5 years?
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2 months ago
Write an equation in slope-intercept form of the line through point (6, –1) with slope m=4. Question 6 options: y + 1 = 4(x – 6) y = 4x – 1 y = 4x – 25 y + 6 = 4(x – 1)
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2 months ago
Ben participated in a race. During the first half of the race, he walked 3 miles and ran at a rate of 5 miles per hour for x hours. During the second half of the race, he walked for 2 miles and ran at a rate of 5.5 miles per hour for x hours. What equation could you write to solve for the number of hours Ben ran during each half of the race? Let y represent the number of miles in half the race. Write two equations, one for the first half of the race and one for the second half. How could you transform these two equations to be the same as the original equation you wrote to solve for x? What do you think this means about solving for the variables in a situation represented by two equations?
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2 months ago
Find the markup and the selling price of the following item. Round answers to the nearest cent.A skateboard costing $39.00 marked up 40% on cost.Markup = a. $97.50b. $15.60c. $40.00Selling price = a. $1.00b. $54.60c. $79.00
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2 months ago
Economists study the way society uses its resources. One important resource studied is agriculture. The recent increase in demand for organic produce has created some interesting economic scenarios for both farmers and consumers. Click the link to learn key facts about the economics of organic produce and answer a few questions. Which is a reason that organic farming is more expensive than conventional farming? How many years must a farm be run organically before its produce can be labeled as “organic”? Why do most small organic farms pay a higher percentage of their profit for farming equipment than conventional farms?
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2 months ago
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