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In the diagram Shown a 2 foot wide flower border surrounds the heart shaped pond.What is the area of the border?
General
5 months ago
Jack and Jane are married and both work. However, due to their responsibilities at home, they have decided that they do not want to work over 65 hours per week combined. Jane is paid $12.50 per hour at her job, and Jack is paid $10 per hour at his. Neither of them are paid extra for overtime, but they are allowed to determine the number of hours per week that they wish to work. If they need to make a minimum of $750 per week before taxes, what is the maximum amount of hours that Jack can work per week according to these limits?
General
5 months ago
Darryl deposits $1,500 into a savings account that has a simple interest rate of 2.7%. Lori deposits $1,400 into a savings account that has a simple interest rate of 3.8%. If no other transactions are made, who will have more money in their account after 10 years? How much more?
General
5 months ago
The Pool Fun Company has learned that, by pricing a newly released Fun Noodle at $3, sales will reach 6000 Fun Noodles per day during the summer. Raising the price to $4 will cause the sales to fall to 5000 Fun Noodles per day. a. Assume the the relationship between sales price, x, and number of Fun Noodles sold, y, is linear. Write an equation in slope-intercept form describing this relationship. Use ordered pars of the form (sales price, number sold).The equation is?b. Predict the daily sales of Fun Noodles if the price is $3.50.? sales? sales
General
5 months ago
Oscar and Kim have $22.00 each to spend at a book fair, where all students receive a 30% discount. They both want to purchase a copy of the same book, which normally sells for $28.50 plus 10% sales tax. To check if he has enough to purchase the book, Oscar takes 30% of $28.50 and subtracts that amount from the normal price. He takes 10% of the discounted selling price and adds it back to find the purchase amount. Kim takes 70% of the normal purchase price and then computes 110% of the reduced price. Is Oscar correct? Is Kim correct? Do they have enough money to purchase the book? Explain your answer using complete sentences, and show your work. using complete senteces
General
5 months ago
dalia bought a few swirl marbles and divided it equally among four of her friends and her brother, jake. while playing, Jake lost two marbles and has only 7 marbles at present. find how many marbles did Dalai have in all
General
5 months ago
There are a few ways to increase the rate of a reaction. When the amount of a substance in a given volume is increased, this is altering the__________.
General
5 months ago
A scale drawing of a rose is 3 inches long. The actual rose is 1.5 feet long. What is the scale factor of the drawing and what is the scale of the drawing? Please explain!! :D
General
5 months ago
The chart shows the path reactants take to become products.Which statement best describes the chart?A. Heat was removed from the activation energy to create the product. B. Heat was added to create the product. C. The products have less energy than the reactants. D. The products have the same energy as the reactants.
General
5 months ago
Given that z20 = –2 and z50= – 1, which of the following do you know?1.) The variance is 10.2.) The standard deviation is 30.3.) The mean is 80.4.) The median is 40.5.) The data point x=20 is 2 standard deviations form the mean6.) The data point x=50 is 1 standard deviation from the mean7.) The data point x=45 has a z-valued of 1.5
General
5 months ago
2. Which of the following situations or activities involve permutation? A. matching shirts and pants B. assigning telephone numbers to subscribers C. forming a committee from the members of a club D. forming different triangles out of 5 points on a plane, no three of which are collinear
Statistics
5 months ago
1. Line AB and line CD are parallel lines. 2 Line EF and line GH are perpendicular lines 3. Line U and line KL are intersecting lines. They intersect at point M.
Geometry
5 months ago
3. Find the value of y in the figure below a. 24 b. 30 c. 35 d. 50 4. The length and width of a rectangle are in the ratio 4:3 . If the diagonal measures 25cm, then the perimeter of the rectangle is a. 56cm c. 70cm b. 60cm d. 80cm 5. The measure of one angle of a parallelogram is 2/3 of the measure of its adjacent angle. The measure of the smaller angle of the parallelogram is a. 54 ° C. 81 ° b. 72 ° d. 108 °
Geometry
5 months ago
The area of the triangle below is 5.25 square centimeters. What is the length of the base? Answer: b=square cm Submit Answer
Geometry
5 months ago
The diameter of a circle is 6 miles. What is the circle's circumference? Use 3.14 for π. miles Suhmit
Geometry
5 months ago
Quadrilateral ABCD is similar to quadrilateral EFGH. Find the measure of side EF. Round your answer to the nearest tenth if necessary.
Geometry
5 months ago
a. How did you come up with your answers? b. Did you encounter difficulty in rewriting mathematical phrases to m inequality? c. Do you have some' patterns when to'use the different inequality symbols?
Algebra
5 months ago
According to the graph, what is the value of the constant in the equation below? Height = Constant h Width A.4 B.8 C.6 PREVIOUS
Algebra
5 months ago
Which polynomial represents the sum below: beginarrayr 3x2+7x+3 +5x2+12x hline endarray A. 15x2+19x+3 B. 8x2+84x+3 C. 15x2+84x+3 D. 8x2+19x+3
Algebra
5 months ago
The diameter of a circle is 4 m. Find its area to the nearest tenth. Answer: A= m2
Geometry
5 months ago
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