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Check all the statement(s) that are true about the polynomial function graphed.1. Its leading coefficient is positive.2. Its leading coefficient is negative.3. It has an odd degree.4. It has an even degree.5. It has exactly two real zeroes.6. It has exactly three real zeroes.7. None of the zeroes have even multiplicity.8. None of the zeroes have odd multiplicity.
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jane and sali cucled along the same 63 km route. jane took 3.5 hours to cycle the 63km. sali started to cycle 4 minutes after jane started to cycle. sali caught up with jane when they both cycled 30km jane and sali both cycled at constant speeds. work out the speed in m/s
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please help asap (:What is the rule for the sequence with the first four terms below? 2.8, 2.2, 1.6, 1, ...f(x)= 3.4 - 0.6xf(x)=2.8 - 0.6xf(x)= 3.4 (- 0.6) ^xf(x)= 2.8 (0.6) ^x
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The half-life is the time it takes for only half of something to remain. For example, if there are 100 atoms, after one half-life time period, 50 atoms remain. At the beginning of a time period, there are 16 atoms of a radioactive substance. Which table shows the correct equations and number of atoms of the substance remaining after each half-life time period, x, passes?
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find the slope that is perpendicular to the graph of the equation y-2x=-5
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Identify –0.666666 . . . as rational or irrational.
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Larry bird made 90% of this free throws during his professional career. to simulate one free throw shot by larry bird, we could use a random digit where
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Which equation represents the line that passes through (–8, 11) and (4, 7/2)?y = -5/8x + 6y = -5/8x + 16y = -15/2x – 49y = -15/2x + 71
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Arnold is trying to make packing boxes out of 6 foot by 6 foot pieces of cardboard from the local grocer. Help Arnold decide how much he should cut from each corner of the cardboard to make an open box for moving.Part I: Determining DimensionsArnold has been given a 6 foot by 6 foot sheet of cardboard to make an open box by cutting an equal size square from each corner, folding up the resulting flaps, and taping at the corners. Your task is to label dimensions on a sketch with the same size variable cut from each corner. *You don't have to draw one, just explain what it would look like*Part II: Analyze How does each variable expression relate to the length, width, and height of the box when folded? Part III: Extend your Findingsa. Based upon the variables you used in Part II, write a product for the volume. b. Expand the product to write a volume function. c. What domain makes sense for the volume? d. Guess and check values to find the size cut that produces a maximum volume. *Six guesses are required*
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Need help solving this
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What's the formula for finding the surface area of a prism and the formula for the surface area of a triangular prism??
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Side AB is parallel to side DC so the alternate interior angles, angle ABD and angle BDC, are congruent. Side AB is equal to side DC and DB is the side common to triangles ABD and BCD. Therefore, the triangles ABD and CDB are congruent by _______________. By CPCTC, angles DBC and ADB are congruent and sides AD and BC are congruent. Angle DBC and angle ADB form a pair of alternate interior angles. Therefore, AD is congruent and parallel to BC. Quadrilateral ABCD is a parallelogram because its opposite sides are equal and parallel. Which phrase best completes the student's proof?
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Determine the relationship described in each table.
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what is the length of the 2nd base of a trapezoid if the length of one base is 27 and the length of the midsegment is 19
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Diana guesses that their are120 gum balls in a jar. There are actually 96. In another game she guesses that there are 75 jelly beans in a jar. There are actually 60. In which game did Diana have the smallest percent error?
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A veterinarian is using a new vaccine for cats. The vaccine has a 10% probability of causing side effects. In which distributions does the variable X have a binomial distribution? Select each correct answer._When the vaccine is given to multiple cats, X is the total number of cats that receive the vaccine_When the vaccine is given to multiple cats, X is the number of cats that receive the vaccine until one of them has side effects._When the vaccine is given to three cats, X is the number of cats that have side effects._When the vaccine is given to six cats, X is the number of cats that do not have any side effects.
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Is the sum of two monomials always a monomial? Is their product always a monomial?
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Dana has 8 baseball cards, 10 football cards, 4 hockey cards, and 14 basketball cards. All the cards are the same size and shape. Dana will select one card at random. what is the probability that the card selected will be a hockey card?
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Find the image of P(–2, –1) after two reflections; first Ry=−5(P), and then Rx=1(P1). (1, –5) (–1, –6) (4, –9) (–2, –1)
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