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Jacob wants to make a graph to show the relationship between temperatures in Fahrenheit and degrees Celsius. He plots the following points: (11, −11.7), (15, −9.4), (25, −3.9), (35, 1.7), (45, 7.2) He uses the following steps to plot the graph: 1. Label origin as (0, 0) 2. On x-axis, label Temperature in Fahrenheit. 3. On y-axis, label Temperature in degrees Celsius. 4. The scale on x-axis starts from 0 and goes up to 700 at intervals of 20. 5. The scale on the y-axis starts from −12 and goes up to 12 at intervals of 2. Which of the …
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Which sentences describe central ideas of the video? Select all that apply. The family is eating chicken, potato salad, and mixed greens. The four Cs of food safety are cook, chill, clean, and combat. A cutting board can contain more than ninety-six million bacteria. Bacteria cause most food contamination, because they multiply rapidly. Bad bacteria, or pathogens, are the bacteria that contaminate food. Microscopes can show organisms at one million times their normal size.
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A shop recorded total sales of $2,000 on Monday. On Tuesday, its sales fell by 10%. On Wednesday, sales fell by another 20% compared with Tuesday. From Wednesday to Thursday, sales increased by an amount equal to 25% of Monday’s total sales. What is the net change, in dollars, in total sales from Monday to Thursday?
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Lyle’s little brother is playing with a plastic container at the beach. The container is a right rectangular prism with a length of 14 inches, a width of 6 inches, and a height of 4 inches. A prism has a length of 14 inches, width of 6 inches, and height of 4 inches. If Lyle’s little brother has filled the container halfway full with sand, what is the volume of sand in the container? 12 Inches cubed 42 Inches cubed 168 Inches cubed 336 Inches cubed
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Clark's bill amount for dinner at a restaurant was $28.00. How much did Clark pay in all if he left a tip of 20%?
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18 gallons. If you multiply 25 by 18 you will get 450. Unlock your full potential Lose the ads Learn quicker Earn better grades +98 Darmaidayxx and 98 others just upgraded their grades START 7 DAY FREE TRIAL lana's car averages 25 miles per gallon. what is the greatest number of gallons of gasoline that she will need if she travels no more than 450 miles?
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Julian purchases one tank that is in the shape of a triangular prism, and another tank that is in the shape of a triangular pyramid. Both tanks have congruent heights of 28 inches and bases that are both triangular shaped with a base of 24 and a height of 25. He wants each tank to hold at least 30 gallons of water. Which of the following statements best describes the scenario. James’ tank can hold almost 20 times as much water as Julian’s tank James’ tank can hold almost 21 times as much water as Julian’s tank James’ tank can …
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A set of cards contains the numbers 1 through 20. Mathieu chooses a card at random, records the number of the card, and then returns the card to the set. He conducts 200 trials of this event. Based on the theoretical probability, how many times can Mathieu expect to choose a multiple of 5? 10 20 40 50
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Maridel wants to find out how many of her classmates plan to come to the next football game. There are 800 students in her school. She selects a sample of the population by putting the names of every student into a bag and drawing out 100 names. Which statement(s) describe her sampling method? Check all that apply.
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The table displays the number of butterflies collected in a sample over three years. What inferences can be made from the samples taken on butterfly populations? Select three choices. A. The average number of monarchs over all three samples is less than the number of monarchs counted in year 3. B. The Viceroy population remained fairly steady over the three years recorded. C. The average number of Zebra Swallowtails over all three samples will be less than the number recorded in year 1. D. If a population is increasing over time, the average will be less than the most recent …
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Ben is greeting customers at a music store. Of the first 20 people he sees enter the store, 7 are wearing jackets and 13 are not. What is the experimental probability that the next person to enter the store will be wearing a jacket? Enter your answer as a simplified fraction. The experimental probability that the next person to enter the store will be wearing a j
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Tommy decided to also make a sampler can with a diameter of 2 inches and a height of 3 inches. Tommy calculated that the area of the base was 4 pi inches squared, and multiplied that by the height of 3 inches for a total volume of 12 pi inches cubed. Explain the error Tommy made when calculating the volume of the can.
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i really need help someone hacked my account and i have to start all over please help me get caught up !!!! please and thank you The basketball players at Rafael’s middle school are selling T-shirts, and he wants to determine the average number of shirts that have been sold. First he surveyed five members of the 7th-grade boys basketball team. Then he surveyed every third basketball player on the boys and girls 6th- through 8th-grade basketball teams. Which sampling technique should produce a more representative sample? The first sampling method (7th graders) is the most representative. The second sampling …
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