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Drag the values into the boxes to classify each number as rational or irrational[tex] \sqrt{ \frac{4}{9} } [/tex][tex] \sqrt{ \frac{2}{24} } [/tex][tex] \sqrt{100} [/tex][tex] \frac{5}{4} [/tex]7.30.0024750.01
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You invest $6500 into a mutual fund that is expected to earn 6% per year. How long will it take the fund to be worth $13,000?
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Which system of inequalities does the graph represent? Which test point satisfies both of the inequalities in that system? The graph represents the system of inequalities: A. 3x+2y is less than or equal to 3 and 3x+4y is greater than or equal to 2. B. 3x+2y is less than 3 and 3x+4y is greater than 2. C. 3x+2y is greater than 3 and 3x+4y is less than 2. D. 3x2y is greater than or equal to 3 and 3x+4y is less than or equal to 2. The test point ____[(-2,3), (-1,1), (0,2), or (1,1)] satisfies both of the inequalities in the system represented by the graph.
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Use the rational root theorem to list all possible rational roots for the equation. X^3+2x-9=0.
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what are the solutions of the equation x4+3x2+2=0? use u substitution to solve
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What is a square root that lies between 17 and 18
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The number of students enrolled in a new course as a function of time can be represented by the function. f(x)=(4)^x−1 What is the average increase in the number of students enrolled per hour between hours 2 and 4?
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PLEASE HELP !!!!!!!!!A video game sets the points needed to reach the next level based on the function g(x) = 8(2)x + 1, where x is the current level. The hardest setting promises to multiply the points needed in each level according to the function h(x) = 3x. How many points will a player need on the hardest setting of level 5? ANSWERS; A.15 points B.512 points C.527 points D.7680 points
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A ramp with a constant incline is made to connect a driveway to a front door. At a point 4 feet from the driveway, the height of the ramp is 12 inches. At a point 6 feet from the driveway, the height of the ramp is 18 inches. What is the rate of change of the ramp’s incline?
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Completing the Square- Color By Number Thanksgiving Edition
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Which of the following is the graph of y=|x-1|-4y=∣x−1∣−4y, equals, vertical bar, x, minus, 1, vertical bar, minus, 4?
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All front and backyards in Alan's neighborhood are equal in size. Alan can mow his front and back lawns combined in about 45 minutes. If he is to mow both his front and backyard, along with the neighbor's front yard, how long will it take Alan?
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3 problems, 50 points
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WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST... HELP ASAP!!!!!!1. Circle A with center at (3, 4) and radius 2 is similar to circle B with center at (−4, −5) and radius 3. Below is an incorrect informal argument for proving two circles are similar:Step 1 Translate circle B to the right 9 units and up 7 units to form concentric circles.Step 2 Dilate circle B to be congruent to circle A using scale factor of k = r sub two over r sub one equals two over threeStep 3 When an object is dilated, the dilated object is similar to the pre-image, thus the two circles are similar.What is the first incorrect step, and how can it be fixed?A. All steps are correctB. Step 1, translate circle B to the right 7 units and up 9 unitsC. Step 2, use scale factor of K= r^2/r^1=3/2D. Step 3, replace dilated with translated.An image of two concentric circles is shown with r2 = 8 and r1 = 3:2. Image shows a pair of concentric circles. The radius of the smaller circle is r sub 1 and the radius of the second is r sub 2.In order to prove the two circles are similar, the radius r1 was increased to make the circles congruent. What is the scale factor used in the above image?A. k=8/3B. K=3/8C. K=1/5D. K=5
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A number cube is rolled 120 times. The number 4 comes up 47 times. What is the experimental probability of rolling a 4? What is the theoretical probability of rolling a 4?A. 47/120; 1/30B. 47/120; 1/6 ******C. 4/47; 1/6 D. 1/6; 47/120 Am I Correct?
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Complete the equation of the line through (-8,8) and (1,-10). Use exact numbers.
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it looks as though you made 72 of your goal so far for the month you only have 5 days left to reach 100% of your goal let me remind you that your target was 45 renewals how many renewals in the next 5 days
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What sequence of transformations, when applied to △ABC , shows that △ABC is similar to △A′B′C′ ?dilation with respect to the origin by a scale factor of 2 followed by a translation of 2 units leftdilation with respect to the origin by a scale factor of 12 followed by a translation of 2 units righttranslation of 2 units right followed by a dilation with respect to the origin by a scale factor of 12translation of 2 units left followed by a dilation with respect to the origin by a scale factor of 12
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If f(x)=6x^3+5x,g(x)=3x^2+5,and h(x)=9x^2-8 what is the degree of f(g(h(x))) awer choices are a.2 b.3 3.7 4.12
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Find the amount of annuity.Amount of each deposit: $295deposited: quarterly Rate per year: 10%Number of years: 6Type of annuity: due
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