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Randall’s family drove to the beach for vacation. They drove the same speed throughout the trip. The first day, they drove 130 miles in 2 hours. The second day, they drove 325 miles in 5 hours. The third day, they arrived at the beach after driving for 6 hours. How many miles did they drive on the third day?
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Sophia and Isabella share a reward of $117 in a ratio of 1 : 8. What fraction of the total reward does Sophia get?
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Howard puts $100 each month in a safe in his house to save for his daughter's college education. If he never takes money out of the safe, what does the graph of his investment look like before his daughter goes to college?
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Jeans ($48) Sweater ($42) Tennis Shoes ($69) T-Shirt ($21) Blouse ($52) Heather is shopping for back-to-school clothes. The items she plans to purchase are shown. Which is a good estimate of the amount of money that Heather will spend before tax? A) $150 B) $190 C) $200 D) $230
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The roots of $3x^2 - 4x + 15 = 0$ are the same as the roots of $x^2 + bx + c = 0,$ for some constants $b$ and $c.$ Find the ordered pair $(b,c).$
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Use words or pictures to explain how to measure an index card using color tiles
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Solve the equation using inverse operations. Check your solutions. In your final answer, include all of your work. 1/4 x^3 = - 27/4
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A toy stores percent of markup is 30%. A model train costs the store $80. Find the markup.
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Which theorem or postulate proves that △ABC and △DEF are similar?Select from the drop-down menu to correctly complete the statement.The two triangles are similar by the
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The following section is a statement from the rental agreement at a local auto rental agency. “Upon checkout, the fuel level of the vehicle will be determined by turning the vehicle on and visually inspecting the fuel gauge. The approximate fuel level will be recorded on the Check-Out sheet and verified with initials by the vehicle Renter. One copy of the Check-Out sheet will be given to the customer. Another copy will be kept with the on-site records of the vehicle. The rented vehicle must be returned with a minimum fuel level the same as that indicated on the Check-Out sheet. A vehicle returned with a fuel level less than the approximate level indicated on the Check-Out sheet will be completely refueled with on-site pumps. The price of the fuel used to refuel the vehicle will be added to the Renter’s total charge at a cost of $4.50 per gallon plus a $5.00 re-fueling charge.” According to the rental agreement, which is not a responsibility of the rental agency representative? a. Refuel the vehicle before the Renter drives it away. b. Turn on the vehicle and visually inspect the fuel gauge. c. Record the approximate fuel level on the Check-Out sheet. d. Give the Renter a copy of the Check-Out sheet once it is filled out.
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. Adult tickets to a play cost $22. Tickets for children cost $15. Tickets for a group of11 people cost a total of $228. Write and solve a system of equations to find howmany children and how many adults were in the group.(1 point)2 children, 9 adults4 children, 7 adults5 children, 6 adults7 children, 4 adults
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The figure below shows a parallelogram PQRS:(1st pic)The flowchart shown below shows the sequence of steps to prove the theorem: Opposite angles of a parallelogram are equal:(2nd pic) Which is the missing statement? PS is congruent to QR PQ is congruent to SR PS is parallel to QR PQ is parallel to SR <<< my answer
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1. One week Carlos bought 3 bags of Tabitha Tidbits and 4 bags of Figaro Flakes for $43.00. The next week he bought 3 bags of Tabitha Tidbits and 6 bags of Figaro Flakes for $54.00. Based on this information, figure out the price of one bag of each type of cat food. Explain your reasoning.
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Answer Please???? Finn is baking cakes for a party. The number of cups of sugar Finn needs is proportional to the number of cakes he plans to bake.Which statements are true about the number of cups of sugar Finn needs?Select each correct answer. Finn needs 4 cups of sugar for 6 cakes. Finn needs 1 cup of sugar for 112 cakes. Finn needs 6 cups of sugar for 4 cakes. Finn needs 112 cups of sugar for 1 cake.
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You earn $15.00 per hour at your job. If you get a 15% raise at the end of each year, what will your hourly rate, h, be after 6 years? Use the equation 2003-20-05-00-00_files/i0060000.jpg, where C is the beginning hourly rate, r is the growth rate, and t is time in years.
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What is the solution of the system? Use the elimination method. 2x+y=20. 6x−5y=12 Enter your answer in the boxes.
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THIRD TIME IM ASKING SINCE EVERYONE DOES AJSDFHLAKSJD WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST NO TROLLS I NEED HELP REALLY BAD Part A: Explain why the x-coordinates of the points where the graphs of the equations y = 4^x and y = 2x^−2 intersect are the solutions of the equation 4x = 2x^−2. (4 points) Part B: Make tables to find the solution to 4^x = 2^x−2. Take the integer values of x between −3 and 3. (4 points) Part C: How can you solve the equation 4^x = 2^x−2 graphically? (2 points
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Write a word problem whose solution involves taking a cube root. State the problem and solve it, showing and explaining all steps.
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Tommy is writing a coordinate proof to show that the midsegment of a trapezoid is parallel to its bases. He starts by assigning coordinates as given, where RS¯¯¯¯¯ is the midsegment of trapezoid KLMN .
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