**Answer:**

Answer: k - 16

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If she looses, it becomes less or smaller. Subtraction produces that result. K is a fairly large number. 16 is much smaller. So she has K - 16 left.

K - 16

The period of a compound pendulum is given by T=2π√(h²+k²/gh) express k in terms of T,h and g

**Answer:**

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Ari lives 4/5 of a mile from the park she has already walked 3/4 of the way to the park. How far has ari walked

3/4 of 4/5 = 3/4 x 4/5 = 12/20 = 3/5 of a mile (= 1056 yards)

fraction into the statement 1:50000

**Answer:**

am I supposed to change this to a statement like a sentence then** ****one**** ****is**** ****to**** ****fifty**** ****th****ousand**

is 16 a natural, whole, integer, rational or irrational number?

**Answer:**

**16 is a natural, whole and integer**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

*16 is a natural, whole and integer*

*it is not rational or irrational because*

*rational numbers are written in p/q as well as irrational*

*natural numbers start from 1 till infinite*

*whole numbers start from 0 to infinite*

*integers include all the positive and negative numbers*

The GCF of two numbers is 3.

Their LCM of the two numbers is less than 20.

Which could not be the two numbers?

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let say a and b the 2 natural integers with 0 < a< b.

Since a*b=GCF(a,b)*LCM(a,b)

a*b < 3*20=60

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Citydog Screen Printers received two orders for a t-shirt designed for a math symposium. The first order was for 40 shirts at a total cost of $295 and the second order was for an additional 80 shirts at a total cost of $565. Each order included a shipping and handling charge.

1.Write the linear equation that models the equation?

2.What is the cost per T-shirt?

3.What is the standard shipping and handling bag?

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Citydog Screen Printers received two orders for a t-shirt designed for a math symposium. The first order was for 40 shirts at a total cost of $295 and the second order was for an additional 80 shirts at a total cost of $565. Each order included a shipping and handling charge.

Then we have to writer a linear equation, for which I got: y-27/4x+25. We also had to find the cost per t-shirt, for which I got: $31.75. The last part I don't understand, however: fidn the shipping and handling charge.

The second word problem is:

It costs Consolidated Cereals Corporation $1050 to produce 100 boxes of corn flakes and $1250 to produce 500 boxes. I found the cost function: c(x)=1/2x+1000 but don't know how to determine the fixed cost and the variable cost per box (mainly because I have no idea what those are.)

Cost= m x+b

x is the cost per shirt, b is the handling charge

295=40m+b

565=80m+b

subtract the first equation from the second:

370=40x solve for m, the cost of each shirt. Then solve for b, put all that into y= mx+b

One the second question,

Cost= variable cost * n + Fixedcosts or

cost= n*v+F

1250=500v+f

1050=100v+f

subtract the second equation from the first

200=400v solve for v, and it is 1/2 dollar. Solve for f, the fixed cost, and it looks as if it is 1000 dollars.

Determine the supplement of each angle measure.

63°

**Answer:**

117 is the answer of your questions

**Step-by-step explanation:**

supplement=180

given angle=63

180-63=117

Point W is on line segment V X. Given VX = 18 and VW = 14 determine the length W X

**Answer: WX = 4**

**Concept:**

Here, we need to know the idea of segment addition postulate.

The Segment Addition Postulate states that given 2 points A and C, a third point B lies on the line segment AC if and only if the distances between the points satisfy the equation AB + BC = AC.

**Solve:**

Given information

VX = 18

VW = 14

Given expression deducted from the segment addition postulate

WX = VX - VW

Substitute values into the expression

WX = 18 - 14

Simplify by subtraction

WX = 4

Hope this helps!! :)

Please let me know if you have any questions

What is (x)

9.4x+17.5

**Answer: x=1.8617 **

**Step-by-step explanation: 9.4x+17.5 9.4x/9.4=17.5/9.4 x=1.8617 **

step by step

6x+1<9-2x

2x-1 less than or equal to 5x+20

3-(2x-7) less than or equal to 34-6x

**Answer:**

6x+1<9-2x

6x+2x<9-1

8x<8

x<1

2x-1 ≤ 5x+20

2x-5x≤20+1

-3x≤21

x≥-7

3-(2x-7) ≤ 34-6x

3-2x+7 ≤ 34-6x

-2x+6x ≤ 34-3-7

4x ≤ 24

x ≤ 6

Write an equation in slope-intercept form of a line that passes through the point (-4,9) and has a slope of 1/2.

**Answer:**

y = 1/2x + 11

**Step-by-step explanation:**

y = 1/2x + b

9 = 1/2(-4) + b

9 = -2 + b

b = 11

What is 3(x-6)+12=6(x+1)-3x show your work.

**Answer:**

No solution.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3(x - 6) + 12 = 6(x + 1) - 3x

3x - 18 + 12 = 6x + 6 - 3x

3x - 6 = 3x +6

-6 = 6

-6 ≠ 6

How many meters does a runner cross in a circular runway with radious of 100 meters [R=3, 14]

diameter = 2 * radius = 200m

circumference (length of the outside of the circle = diameter * pi = 200 * 3.14

= 628m

circumference (length of the outside of the circle = diameter * pi = 200 * 3.14

= 628m

The length of each side of an equilateral triangle having an area of 9√3 cm² is

**Answer:**

6 cm

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let each side of the equilateral triangle be *a*.

Given, area of an equilateral triangle = 9√3 cm2

Area of an equilateral triangle = (√3)/4 × (Side)²

=> (√3)/4 × a² = 9√3

[tex] {a}^{2} = \frac{9 \sqrt{3} }{ \frac{ \sqrt{3} }{4} } = \frac{9 \sqrt{3} }{ \sqrt{3} } \times 4 = 9 \times 4[/tex]

=> a² = 36

[tex] \sqrt{ {a}^{2} } = \sqrt{36} \\ a = (+ - )6[/tex]

∴ Side = 6 cm [taking positive square root because side is always positive]

another easy question pls answer

**Answer:**

22.5 degrees and 67.5 degrees

**Step-by-step explanation:**

complementary angles add up to 90°

x + 3x = 90°

4x = 90

90/4 = x

x = 22.5

The first angle is 22.5

The second angle is 3 times as much

22.5 x 3 = 67.5

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s= zh - 2zt^3 solve for z

Hi ;-)

[tex]s=zh-2zt^3\\\\z(h-2t^3)=s \ \ /:(h-2t^3)\\\\z=\dfrac{s}{h-2t^3}[/tex]

**Answer:**

z = [tex]\frac{s}{h-2t^3}[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given

s = zh - 2zt³ ← factor out z from each term

s = z(h - 2t³ ) ← divide both sides by h - 2t³

[tex]\frac{s}{h-2t^3}[/tex] = z

Which is the graph of the equation y- 1= 5(x-3)?

**Answer:**

linked below

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If you use desmos, it show this which is the correct graph :)

suppose a 13 foot ladder is leaning against a building. Reaching to the bottom of a second floor window 12 ft above the ground. How far is the base of the ladder from the building? Round your answer to the nearest 10th

5 ft

4ft

3ft

6ft

**Answer: First Choice. 5ft**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Here we need to know the idea of the Pythagorean theorem.

Since a building is straight, the base angle is a right angle, thus it would be a **right triangle**.

Pythagorean Theorem: a² + b² = c²

**NOTE** Please refer to the attachment below for the figure. (I drew it, so if it was not clear and understandable for you, please tell me.)

**Solve:**

Given information

a = 12 ft

c = 13 ft

b = unknow base length

Given formula for Pythagorean Theorem

a² + b² = c²

Substitute values into the formula

12² + b² = 13²

Simplify exponents

144 + b² = 169

Subtract 144 on both sides

144 + b² - 144= 169 - 144

b² = 25

Square root both sides

√b² = √25

[tex]\boxed{b=5}[/tex]

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Please let me know if you have any questions

I wrote a cheque for $10 and he threw my 2 dollar how much do I have left

**Answer:**

you have $ 8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

cheque wrote ,=$10

and he threw =$2

then total $ left will be $8

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Sin A 4/5.

Find

COSA + tan A

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The opposite side (the one not connected to A) = 4

The hypotenuse is 5

The adjacent side needs to be found for the cosine and the tangent.

a^2 + b^2 = c^2

a = opposite side = 4

b = adjacent side = ?

c = hypotenuse = 5

4^2 + x^2 = 5^2

16 + x^2 = 25

x^2 = 25 - 16

x^2 = 9

x = sqrt(9)

x = 3

cos(A) = adjacent / hypotenuse = 3/5

Tan(A) = opposite / adjacent = 4/3

cos(A) + tan(A) = 3/5 + 4/3

cos(A) + tan(A) = 9/15 + 20/15 = 29/15

Given: SinA = 4/5

To find: CosA + TanA

Solution:

16/25 + Cos²A = 1 [Sin²A + Cos²A = 1]

Cos²A = 1 - 16/25

Cos²A = 25 - 16/25

Cos²A = 9/25

CosA = 3/5

We know that TanA = SinA/CosA

TanA = (4/5)/(3/5)

TanA = 4/3

CosA + TanA = 3/5 + 4/3 = 29/15

To find: CosA + TanA

Solution:

16/25 + Cos²A = 1 [Sin²A + Cos²A = 1]

Cos²A = 1 - 16/25

Cos²A = 25 - 16/25

Cos²A = 9/25

CosA = 3/5

We know that TanA = SinA/CosA

TanA = (4/5)/(3/5)

TanA = 4/3

CosA + TanA = 3/5 + 4/3 = 29/15

Find the distance between the two points rounding to the nearest tenth (if necessary).

(5,-5) and (8,-8)

**Answer:**

4.2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

d=sqrt[(x1-x2)^2+(y1-y2)^2]

d=sqrt[(5-8)^2+(-5+8)^2]

d=sqrt[(-3)^2+(3)^2]

d=sqrt[9+9]

sqrt18=4.24

HELP!! Use the properties of addition to simplify this expression. 6-8 +6f-2f

**Answer:**

-2 + 4f

**Step-by-step explanation:**

6 - 8 + 6f - 2f

2(3 - 4 + 3f -f) [Distributive Property]

=> 2(-1 + 3f - f)

=> 2(-1 + 2f)

**=> -2 + 4f**

**Answer:**

4f-2

**Step-by-step explan:**

**6-8+6f-2f**

**6-8+4f**

**4f-2**

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Q: Nitrates are organic compounds that are a main ingredient in fertilizers. When those fertilizers run off

into streams, the nitrates can have a toxic effect on

fish. An ecologist studying nitrate pollution in two

streams measures nitrate concentrations at 42 places on Stony Brook and 42 places on Mill Brook. The parallel dotplots display the data.

1. Explain what the dot above 12 in the Stony Brook graph represents.

By looking at the** dot graph**, we can see that the single **dot **above 12 in the Stony Brook** graph**, means that the ecologist find that in one of the 42 places measured in the Stony Brooks lake, the nitrate concentration was 12 mg/L

To understand this, first I want to give a brief explanation of how these **graphs** work.

You know that the ecologist did study the Nitrate pollution at 42 places in two lakes.

Each of these 42 places is represented with a **dot** in the corresponding graph. Now looking at the graph, the position of the **dots **represents the nitrate concentration (you can see it in the horizontal axis) on one of these 42 places (42 **dots** for 42 places).

So, having a single **dot** above 12 in the Stony Brook** graph**, means that the ecologist find that in one of the 42 places measured in the Stony Brooks lake, the nitrate concentration was of **12 mg/L**

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Which fractions are equal to 0.375?

The fraction that is equal to 0.375 is 3/8.

Hope this helps! :)

what is the shaded region known as

The shaded region of a circle formed by one line as shown in the image is called a segment.

Answer: segment

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Consider f(x) Equals StartFraction 8 (x minus 1) Over x squared + 2 x minus 3 EndFraction.

Which statements describe the existence of vertical asymptotes at x = –3 and x = 1?

**Answer:**

A

**Step-by-step explanation:**

edge 2021

**Answer:**

It is A

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I got it right on the test Edge 2022.

What 2 divided by 188

**Answer:**

1/94

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2/188 = 1/94

**Answer:**

0.01063829787.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Caculator.

Plz help!! Math isn’t my thing. I’ll give brainliest.

**Answer:**

(2, - 6 )

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Use the mid point formula and equate to each coordinate of the midpoint

with endpoints (x₁, y₁ ) and (x₂, y₂ ) then

midpoint = ( [tex]\frac{x_{1}+x_{2} }{2}[/tex] , [tex]\frac{y_{1}+y_{2} }{2}[/tex] )

let S = (x, y) , then

[tex]\frac{x+0}{2}[/tex] = 1 ( multiply both sides by 2 )

x = 2

and

[tex]\frac{y+2}{2}[/tex] = - 2 ( multiply both sides by 2 )

y + 2 = - 4 ( subtract 2 from both sides )

y = - 6

Then S (2, - 6 )

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**Answer:**

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Gary rents three DVDs each week at Fantastik Flicks. Write an algebraic expression for Wn, the total number of points earned in the nth week

For the** nth week**, the **total points earned** in the DVD **rentals** is [tex]p_n + 2[/tex]

*Your question is not complete, it seems it is missing the following information below;*

**DVD rentals: ** 1 2 3

**Total DVD points:** 3 5 7

The **number of points earned** is a function of number of DVD rentals.

For the first DVD, the number of points earned;

[tex]n_1 = p_1 + c\\\\where;\\c \ is \ the \ constant \ point \ earned[/tex]

3 = 1 + c

3- 1 = c

2 = c

For **nth week** the **total point earned** is given as;

[tex]n_t_h = p_n + c\\\\n_t_h = p_n + 2[/tex]

Thus, for the** nth week**, the **total points earned** in the DVD **rentals** is [tex]p_n + 2[/tex]

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Here we have a problem with **arithmetic sequences.**

After a small online search, I've found that:

Fantastik Flicks gives: 3 points for the first rental, 5 points for the second rental, 7 points for the third rental

And so on.

We will find that the total of points in the n-th week is given by:

**Wₙ = 15 + (n - 1)*18**

Looking at the number of points given for each rental, we can see that we have an **arithmetic sequence **with an increase of 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15,...

We want to find the total of points earned in each week. For example, for the first week the total of points is: W₁ = (3 + 5 + 7) = 15

For the second week, the total of points is: W₂ = (9 + 11 + 13) = 33

For the third week, the total number of points is: W₃ = (15 + 17 + 19) = 51

Now let's see if Wₙ also is **arithmetic. **To see this, we need to look at the difference between consecutive elements of Wₙ.

W₂ - W₁ = 33 - 15 = 18

W₃ - W₂ = 51 - 33 = 18

So in both cases we got the same difference, this makes a lot of sense, taking in account that we construct the Wₙ with an** arithmetic sequence**, so is logical that the sequence {Wₙ} is also** arithmetical. **

Now that we know this, we can see that in the n-th week, the total of points will be: Wₙ = W₁ + (n - 1)*18Wₙ =** 15 + (n - 1)*18 **

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