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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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The diameter of a circle is 10 meters. What is the area of the circle? (Use 3.14 for Pi and round to the nearest tenth.) 31.4 meters squared 62.8 meters squared 78.5 meters squared 125.6 meters squared
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The trinomial x2 + bx – c has factors of (x + m)(x – n), where m, n, and b are positive. What is the relationship between the values of m and n? Explain.
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The Boden family’s total trip is 2,185 miles. After driving 165 miles they made a plan to drive 202 miles a day. The table to the right shows the total amount of miles they drove after 3, 4, and 5 days. Which statement is true? A. After 7 days they drove for 1,781 miles. B. After 8 days they drove for 1,993 miles. C. The planned trip is 9 days total. D. The planned trip is 10 days total.
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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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completed 01.11 Module One Test Part 1 Integrated Mathematics I v15 (GS) Thrive / Module 01: Algebra Foundations Jemma Leigh Louw profile picture below passing All changes saved 1. (01.01 LC) Evaluate the following: −3 − (−2). (5 points) −5 −1 1 −6 2. (01.01 LC) Evaluate the following: 42 ÷ (3 + 1). (5 points) 4 3 2 1 3. (01.02 LC) What is the simplified form of the following expression? (x10)(x2) (5 points) x8 x12 x20 x100 4. (01.02 MC) Evaluate the following expression using the values given: Find 2x − 3y − z if x = −2, …
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A hook in an office storage closet can hold no more than 6 pounds. An order of jumbo paperclips weighs 2 pounds and an order of packing tape weighs 3 pounds. If x is the number of orders of paperclips and y is the number of orders of packing tape, which graph represents the overall equation represented by this scenario (all points may not apply to the scenario)?
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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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Li’s family has a coupon for $49 off a stay at any hotel. They do not want to spend more than $150 in all. An inequality representing this situation is x - 49 Less-than-or-equal-to 150. Explain how you would graph this inequality. What will be included in the solution set in the context of the problem?
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Use the function f(x) = −16x2 + 22x + 3 to answer the questions. Part A: Completely factor f(x). (2 points) Part B: What are the x-intercepts of the graph of f(x)? Show your work. (2 points) Part C: Describe the end behavior of the graph of f(x). Explain. (2 points) Part D: What are the steps you would use to graph f(x)? Justify that you can use the answers obtained in Part B and Part C to draw the graph. (4 points)
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Which of the following inequalities is modeled by the graph? x + 4y ≥ 15; y ≥ 0 x − 4y ≥ 15; y ≥ 0 x + 4y ≤ 15; y ≥ 0 −x − 4y ≥ 15; y ≥ 0
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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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