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In the figure, lines a, b, and c are parallel and m∠4=156° . Drag and drop the correct angle measure for each angle.
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Use the parabola tool to graph the quadratic function f(x)=x2−12x+27.Graph the parabola by first plotting its vertex and then plotting a second point on the parabola.
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a sheep breeding farm counted a total of 40 sheep on their grounds after one year the number of sheep doubled then in the next year the number of sheep doubled again if this trend continues which of the following options represents the number of sheep on the farm by then end of each year
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In two or more complete sentences, define the key features of the graph below and explain how to write its equation using function notation.
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Joseph is going on a trip and he needs to rent a car. He looks online and finds two companies that offer different pricing options for car rentals. Company A charges $0.25 per mile plus a $50 rental fee. Company B charges $0.45 per mile plus a $20 rental fee.Which statement is true about the pricing plans for Company A and Company B?A) Company A is a better deal if Joseph drives 150 miles. B) Company B is a better deal if Joseph drives 150 miles. C) Company B is a better deal if Joseph drives more than 150 miles. D) Company A is a better deal if Joseph drives less than 150 miles. E) The price for traveling 150 miles is the same for both compan
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Use the parabola tool to graph the quadratic function f(x)=−12x2+7. Graph the parabola by first plotting its vertex and then plotting a second point on the parabola.
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the family arcade center charges an entry fee of 11$ plus an additional 1$ per game played
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Please help offering All my pts and brainliest answer(06.02 LC)Which of the following algebraic expressions can be used to express the statement "one less than x squared?"1 − x2 x2 − 1 1 − 2x 2x − 1
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The endpoints of sa020-1.jpg are A(9, 4) and B(5, – 4). The endpoints of its image after a dilation are sa020-2.jpg and sa020-3.jpg. Find the scale factor.
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Which expressions are polynomials? Select each correct answer. y x2−x√+2 2 + s 4x³ + y
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50. Two airplanes leave the airport at the same time, flying in opposite directions. One plane flies 100 miles per hour faster than the other. They fly for 4 hours and end up 2,000 miles apart. How fast do they each fly? 150 mph and 250 mph 200 mph and 300 mph 300 mph and 400 mph 225 mph and 325 mph
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Which of the following is a radical equation? a. x sqrt 3=13b. x+sqrt3=13 c. sqrtx+3=13d. x+3 =sqrt 13
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Lisa is writing a coordinate proof to show that the diagonals of a square are perpendicular to each other. she starts by assigning coordinates as given. a square is graphed on a coordinate plane. the horizontal x-axis and y-axis is solid and grid is hidden. the vertices are labeled as k, g, h and j. the vertex labeled as k lies on begin ordered pair 0 comma 0 end ordered pair. the vertex labeled as g lies on begin ordered pair 0 comma a end ordered pair. the vertex labeled as j lies on begin ordered pair a comma 0 end ordered pair. one vertex is unlabeled. diagonal k h and g j are drawn. drag and drop the correct answers to complete the proof. since ghjk is a square, the coordinates of h are (a, ). the slope of kh¯¯¯¯¯¯ is . the slope of is −1 . the product of the slopes of the diagonals is . therefore, kh¯¯¯¯¯¯ is perpendicular to gj¯¯¯¯¯ . 10−1agj¯¯¯¯¯gk¯¯¯¯¯¯
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which of the following is the inverse to the function f(x)=-8-5x
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Which labeled angle has the greatest measure? The diagram is not to scale.
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Where can the medians of a triangle intersect?
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Which graph represents a function? How do you know?
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Can someone please match the terms to the right definition.1 A rule for generating terms of a sequence that depends on one or more previous terms of the sequence.2 A rule that can be used to find the nth term of a sequence without calculating previous terms of the sequence. Also called the Explicit Rule.3 A value that is held constant in a specific function, or model, while other variables might change.4 The constant d of the sequence.5 A sequence where the difference between consecutive terms is a constant.6 A variable that takes on different values in a specific function, or model, while other values are held constant.7 The constant r of the sequence.8 A list of numbers, finite or infinite, that follow a particular pattern.9 The numbers in a sequence.10 A sequence where the ratio between consecutive terms is a constant.A. SequenceB. Terms of a sequenceC. Recursive ruleD. Iterative ruleE. Arithmetic sequenceF. Geometric sequenceG. Common differenceH. Common ratioI. Model parameterJ. Model variable
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PLEASE HELP ME!!The total bear population in a certain area is represented by the function P=120(1.016)^t , where t is time in years. How could this function be rewritten to identify the weekly growth rate of the population?What is the weekly growth rate? Drag and drop the choices into the boxes to correctly complete the table. If a value does not match, do not drag it to the table.Function: ???Weekly growth rate: ???Option box:P=120(1.016^1/52)^52tP=120(1.016)^t/52P=120(1.016^52)^t0.03%0.019%1.0003%
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Alton has been recording the number of apples on his apple tree each week, as shown below: week apples 2 15 3 22 4 29 5 36 the function representing alton's apples per week is f(w) = 7w + 1. what does the 1 represent? the number of apples at the start the week number when alton recorded the apples the number of apples alton had in total the number the apples increased by each week
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