relationship. Find the values of x and y. Select the two correct answers.

Answer:

x= 17

y=62

Step-by-step explanation:

Three siblings share two cookies equally.which choice represents how many cookies each sibling get? A.1/3 b.2/3 c.3/2 d.6 cookies

**Answer:**

3/2 cookies

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3 divided by 2 = 3/2 = 3/2

Hope this helps!

Rachel has just completed a study of precipitation in three different locations over the course of a year. The data she wishes to present in graph form is shown in the table below, with precipitation listed in inches. Boston Phoenix Minneapolis January 3.27 0.45 1.04 February 3.44 0.48 .76 March 3.10 0.71 1.12 April 3.89 0.31 2.10 May 3.75 0.17 3.15 June 3.12 0.09 5.11 July 2.98 0.11 5.78 August 3.07 0.33 4.65 September 3.15 0.52 3.61 October 3.55 0.40 3.22 November 3.42 0.42 2.34 December 3.44 0.29 1.84 Rachel wants her graph to emphasize the relation of each city’s precipitation to each other city’s at each point in time. What kind of graph would be appropriate? a. bar graph b. line graph c. pictograph d. histogram

**Answer:**

option 2 line graph

**Step-by-step explanation:**

100% on EDGE

**Answer:**

b

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Pls help! I need to show my work!

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Can I get help with this question

it’s (-2, -4) i believe

Rectangle ABCD is shown on the grid. What is the area of rectangle ABCD in square units? 6 O 3V17 square units B (3, 3) O 6/17 square units O 17 square units O 34 square units 6-5-4-3-2-11 3 4 5 6 X -3 C (1.-5)

**Answer: b is correct **

**Step-by-step explanation: i did this **

The **area **of **rectangle **ABCD is 34 square unit.

In a cartesian plane there are **two** **coordinates** as P(a, b) and Q(c, d) then the **distance** between these **points **are

PQ = √(c- a)² + (d- b)²

We have **Coordinates **of **rectangle**

A(-1, 4), B(3, 3), C(1, -5) and D(-3, -4)

Using **Distance Formula**

AB = √ (3-4)² + (3+1)²

AB = √1 + 16

AB = √17 unit

Now, CB = √(-5-3)² + (1-3)²

CB= √ 64 + 4

CB = √68

CB = 2√17 unit

So, the **area **of **Rectangle **ABCD is

= l w

= √17 x 2√17

= 2 x 17

= 34 square unit

Learn more about **Distance Formula **here:

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When

3(x)

= 4 is solved for x in terms of w and kits solution is which of the following?

How was your day todayAnd tomorrow and Thursday and Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

The state education commission wants to estimate the fraction of tenth grade students that have reading skills at or below the eighth grade level. Step 2 of 2 : Suppose a sample of 292 tenth graders is drawn. Of the students sampled, 240 read above the eighth grade level. Using the data, construct the 80% confidence interval for the population proportion of tenth graders reading at or below the eighth grade level. Round your answers to three decimal places.

**Answer:**

The 80% confidence interval for the population proportion of tenth graders reading at or below the eighth grade level is (0.149, 0.207).

**Step-by-step explanation:**

In a sample with a number n of people surveyed with a probability of a success of [tex]\pi[/tex], and a confidence level of [tex]1-\alpha[/tex], we have the following **confidence interval of proportions.**

[tex]\pi \pm z\sqrt{\frac{\pi(1-\pi)}{n}}[/tex]

**In which**

z is the zscore that has a pvalue of [tex]1 - \frac{\alpha}{2}[/tex].

**Suppose a sample of 292 tenth graders is drawn. Of the students sampled, 240 read above the eighth grade level.**

So 292 - 240 = 52 read below or at eight grade level, and that [tex]n = 292, \pi = \frac{52}{292} = 0.178[/tex]

**80% confidence level**

So [tex]\alpha = 0.2[/tex], z is the value of Z that has a pvalue of [tex]1 - \frac{0.2}{2} = 0.9[/tex], so [tex]Z = 1.28[/tex].

**The lower limit of this interval is:**

[tex]\pi - z\sqrt{\frac{\pi(1-\pi)}{n}} = 0.178 - 1.28\sqrt{\frac{0.178*0.822}{292}} = 0.149[/tex]

**The upper limit of this interval is:**

[tex]\pi + z\sqrt{\frac{\pi(1-\pi)}{n}} = 0.178 + 1.28\sqrt{\frac{0.178*0.822}{292}} = 0.207[/tex]

The 80% confidence interval for the population proportion of tenth graders reading at or below the eighth grade level is (0.149, 0.207).

The Williams family purchased 15 cheeseburgers for 75$ how did one cheeseburger cost?

Each cheeseburger cost $5.

To find this answer you divide. 75 divided by 15 equals 5.

Hope this helps!!

To find this answer you divide. 75 divided by 15 equals 5.

Hope this helps!!

**Answer:**

O.5 cents each

**Step-by-step explanation **

**You have to multiply 75 by 0.15**

Please answer this question needed ASAP !

**Answer: None of them. It should be 150 degrees.**

See the explanation below for more details

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Explanation:

To convert from radians to degrees, we multiply by the factor (180/pi)

The formula we can use is

y = (180/pi)*x

where x is the angle in radians, and y is the angle in degrees

Plug in x = (5/6)pi and evaluate

y = (180/pi)*x

y = (180/pi)*(5/6)*pi

y = (180/pi)*(5pi/6)

y = (180*5pi)/(pi*6)

y = (180*5)/(6)

y = (6*30*5)/(6)

y = (30*5)/(1)

y = 150

So the angle (5/6)pi radians, aka 5pi/6 radians, is equivalent to **150 degrees. Unfortunately this answer choice isn't listed**. You'll have to let your teacher know there's a typo somewhere.

what is the y intercept of 2(x-2)^2+3

**Answer:**

y intercept is 11 or (0,11)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[tex]y = 2 {(x - 2)}^{2} + 3 \\ y = 2 {(0 - 2)}^{2} + 3 \\ y = 2(4) + 3 \\ y = 8 + 3 \\ y = 11[/tex]

i need help pls!

this test is about angles, and i am having trouble with it.

**Answer:**

supplementary angle

**Step-by-step explanation:**

angles 6 and 8 are same side exterior angles

The second one is the answer good luck

The table describes the types of job openings available in a company.

What is the probability that experience is needed for a randomly selected job

opening, given that it is for part-time work?

Write the probability as a percent. Round to the nearest tenth if needed.

Part-time

Full-tme

6

2

Experience needed

No experience needed

8

9

**Answer:**

stop being lazy and do youre own work lol

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Which set of numbers could represent the lengths of the sides of a right triangle?

O 8, 9, 10

O 15, 18, 21

O 7, 24, 25

09. 11. 14

**Answer:**

7 24 25

because , according to Pythagorean triplet....

Help!!!!!!!!! Help help help help

150 man I think :) :):):):):)

Which of the following pairs of triangles can be proven congruent through SSS?

A)

B)

C)

D)

It would be b because that is the pair of triangles that can be proven congruent through sss

please help. no links. need answers for all questions :))

**Answer:**

1. The surface area of the cube is 324 square units

The volume of the cube 360 unit cube

2. The surface area of the cylinder is approximately 169.65 square units

The volume of the cylinder is approximately 169.65 unit cube

3. The surface area of a square pyramid is 360 square units

The volume of the square pyramid is 400 unit cube

4. The surface area of a cone is approximately 452.39 square units

The volume of the cone is approximately 50.27 unit cube

5. The surface area of the triangular prism is 240 square units

The volume of the triangular prism is 180 unit cube

6. The surface area of the sphere is approximately 804.25 square units

The volume of the sphere is approximately 2.144.66

7. The surface area of the composite figure is approximately 653.46 square units

The volume of the composite figure is approximately 1,474.45 unit cube

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1. The surface area of the figure, SA = 2 × (w·h + l·w + h·l)

Where;

w = The width of the figure = 6

l = The length of the figure = 12

h = The height of the figure = 5

We get;

SA = 2 × (6 × 5 + 12 × 6 + 5 × 12) = 324

The surface area of the figure, SA = 324

The volume of the figure, V = l × w × h

∴ V = 12 × 6 × 5 = 360

The volume of the figure, V = 360

2. The surface area of a cylinder, SA = 2·π·r² + 2·π·r·h

The radius of the given cylinder, r = 3

The height of the given cylinder, h = 6

∴ SA = 2×π×3² + 2×π×3×6 ≈ 169.65

The surface area of the cylinder, SA ≈ 169.65

The volume of a cylinder, V = π·r²·h

∴ V = π×3²×6 ≈ 169.65

The volume of the cylinder, V ≈ 169.65

3. The surface area of a square pyramid, SA = b² + 4·(1/2)·b·√((b/2)² + h²)

Therefore, for the given square pyramid, we have;

SA = 10² + 4×(1/2)×10×√((10/2)² + 12²) = 360

The surface area of a square pyramid, SA = 360

The volume of a square pyramid, V = (1/3) × Area of Base × Height

Therefore, or the given pyramid we have;

V = (1/3) × 10² × 12 = 400

The volume of the square pyramid, V = 400

4. The surface area of a cone, SA = π·r·(r + l)

Where;

The radius of the cone = r

The slant height of the cone, l = 10

The height of the cone, h = 6

∴ The radius of the cone, r = √(10² - 6²) = 8

∴ SA = π×8×(8 + 10) ≈ 452.39

The surface area of a cone, SA ≈ 452.39

The volume of the cone, V = (1/3) × π·r·h

∴ V = (1/3) × π × 8 × 6 ≈ 50.27

The volume of the cone, V ≈ 50.27

5. The surface area of the triangular prism, SA = 2 × (1/2)× b·h + b·w + h·w + w·l

Where;

b = The base length of the triangular surfaces = 5

h = The height of the triangular surfaces = 12

w = The width of the triangular prism = 6

l = The slant length of the prism = 13

Therefore;

SA = 2 × (1/2)× 5 × 12 + 5 × 6 + 12 × 6 + 6 × 13 = 240

The surface area of the triangular prism, SA = 240

The volume of a triangular prism, V = (1/2)·b·h·w

V = (1/2) × 5 × 12 × 6 = 180

The volume of the triangular prism, V = 180

6. The surface of a sphere, SA = 4·π·r²

Where;

r = The radius of the sphere = 8

∴ SA = 4 × π × 8² ≈ 804.25

The surface area of the sphere, SA ≈ 804.25

The volume of a sphere, V = (4/3)·π·r³

∴ V ≈ (4/3)×π×8³ ≈ 2,144.66

The volume of the given sphere, V ≈ 2.144.66

7. The figure is a composite figure made up of a cone and an hemispher

The surface area of the cone shaped part of the figure, SA = π·r·l

Where;

r = The radius of the cone = 8

l = The slant height of the cone = 10

∴ SA₁ = π × 8 × 10 ≈ 251.34

The surface area of the cone shaped part of the figure, SA₁ ≈ 251.34

The volume of the cone, V₁ = (1/3)·π·r²·h

Where;

h = The height of the cone = √(10² - 8²) = 6

∴ V₁ = (1/3) × π × 8² × 6 ≈ 402.12

The volume of the cone, V₁ ≈ 402.12

The surface area of the hemisphere, SA₂ = 2·π·r²

∴ SA₂ = 2 × π × 8² ≈ 402.12

The surface area of the hemisphere, SA₂ ≈ 402.12

The volume of a hemisphere, V₂ = (2/3)·π·r³

∴ V₂ = (2/3) × π × 8³ ≈ 1072.33

The volume of a hemisphere, V₂ ≈ 1,072.33

The surface area of the composite figure, SA = SA₁ + SA₂

∴ SA = 251.34 + 402.12 = 653.46

The surface area of the composite figure, SA ≈ 653.46

The volume of the composite figure, V = V₁ + V₂

∴ V = 402.12 + 1,072.33 = 1,474.45

The volume of the composite figure, V ≈ 1,474.45.

The Sine Function

A sine curve is periodic. What does this mean?

a. the curve goes through one cycle and starts over

b. there is no pattern

c. the amplitude stays the same

d. one period equals 180 degrees

Please select the best answer from choices provided

**Answer:**

A. The curve goes through one cycle and starts over

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I calculated it logically

How do you solve this problem ?

Answer:** 2y124√y12**

How to: Simplify the radical by breaking the radicand up into a product of known factors, assuming positive real numbers.

Have a great day and stay safe !

9514 1404 393

**Answer:**

[tex]2\cdot y^{\frac{5}{8}}[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The applicable rules of exponents are ...

[tex](a^b)^c=a^{bc}\\\\(ab)^c=a^c\cdot b^c\\\\\sqrt[n]{x^m}=x^{\frac{m}{n}}[/tex]

__

So, the given expression can be rewritten to ...

[tex](4\sqrt[4]{y^5})^{\frac{1}{2}}=(4^{\frac{1}{2}})(y^{\frac{5}{4}})^{\frac{1}{2}}= 2\cdot y^{\frac{5}{4}\cdot\frac{1}{2}}=\boxed{2\cdot y^{\frac{5}{8}}}[/tex]

_____

k = 2; n = 5/8

In this activity, you will analyze a data set and answer some questions about the data. Warren works as a salesman at a used-car dealership. He maintains a log to track the number of vehicles he sells each day. Warren is paid a commission for each car he sells. He needs to know how many cars he sold last month so he can calculate his commission. The table shows the data he has recorded in the log book for the month.

please help

This answer will be 17

**Answer: the answer is 17..hope this helps yall :D**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Please help!

If the angles of a triangle are represented by 3x + 9, 4x-3, and 8x -6, then the triangle is: 1) acute, right, or obtuse (choose one) 2) Equalateral, scalene, or isosceles (choose one)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3x+9+4x-3+8x-6=180

15x=180

x=12

angle 1= 3x+9=36+9=45°

angle 2=4x-3=48-3=45°

angle 3=8x-6=96-6=90°

1) it's right triangle

2) it's isosceles triangle

Can someone please help me with this question please (sorry for bad photo quality)

**Answer:**

a) (-1/2,3/2)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

-3x = x + 2

4x + 2 = 0

4x = -2

x = -1/2

y = -3(-1/2) = 3/2

4. Thirty students from the Netherlands set up a record of 1,500,000 dominoes. Of these, 1,138,101 were toppled by one push. Which is a more reasonable estimate for how many dominoes remained standing after that push: 350,000 or 400,000?

**Answer:**

361,899

hope this helps

**Answer:**

350,000

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1,500,000 - 1,138, 101 = 361,899

361,899 - 350,000 = 11,899

400,000 - 361,899 = 38,101

11,899 is less than 38,101

So, 350,000 is the answer.

Find the midpoint M of CD

C = (-2,-10) D = (-6,0)

M = ([?],[ ]

Answer:

[tex] M = (-4, -5) [/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

Given:

C = (-2, -10) and D = (-6, 0)

Required:

Midpoint M of segment CD.

Solution:

[tex] M = (\frac{x_1 + x_2}{2}, \frac{y_1 + y_2}{2}) [/tex]

Where,

[tex] (-2, -10) = (x_1, y_1) [/tex]

[tex] (-6, 0) = (x_2, y_2) [/tex]

Plug in the values into the equation

[tex] M = (\frac{-2 + (-6)}{2}, \frac{-10 + 0}{2}) [/tex]

[tex] M = (\frac{-8}{2}, \frac{-10}{2}) [/tex]

[tex] M = (-4, -5) [/tex]

What is the product? (4x) (-3x^8)

**Answer:**

**the ****product**** ****of**** ****(4x) (-3x^8)****=****-****1****2****x****^****9**

**Answer:**

-12x^9

**Step-by-step explanation:**

multipy :)

Which fraction is the largest

**Answer:1/5**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

no.D 2/3 is the answer I hope this will help you

if sides of a triangle have lengths 8 ft and 12 ft.

**Answer:**

[tex]20 > c > 4[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Given**

[tex]Sides =8\ and\ 12[/tex]

**Required**

The third side

**To do this, we make use of the triangle inequality theorem which implies that:**

[tex]a + b > c[/tex]

[tex]a + c > b[/tex]

[tex]b + c > a[/tex]

**Where**

[tex]a,b,c\to sides[/tex]

**So, we have:**

[tex]8 + 12 > c[/tex]

[tex]8 + c > 12[/tex]

[tex]12 + c > 8[/tex]

**Solve all inequalities**

[tex]8 + 12 > c[/tex]

[tex]20 > c[/tex]

[tex]8 + c > 12[/tex]

[tex]c > 4[/tex]

[tex]12 + c > 8[/tex]

[tex]c > -4[/tex]

**Ignore negative inequalities.**

**So, we have:**

[tex]20 > c[/tex]** and **[tex]c > 4[/tex]

**Combine**

[tex]20 > c > 4[/tex]

**The above implies that the third length is between 5 and 19 (inclusive)**

“Find two positive numbers such that the sum to 108, and the product of the first with the square of the second is maximum”

**Answer:**

36 and 72

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Using no other digits except 2 and 5 write down, if possible, a three-digit multiple of 3 but not of 6

**Answer:**

225

**Step-by-step explanation:**

225/3 = 75

225/6 = 37.5 (since this is not a whole number it's not a multiple of 6)

Final answer = 225

**Hope this helps!**

The answer is going to be 225

In a basketball game, Ellen scores 20 more points than Kevin, and Kevin scores three times as many points as Bob. If 48 points were scored in total by these three players, how many points did Kevin score?

Kevin scored 12 points. Ellen scored 32 and Bob scored 4.

What is the volume of a sphere with a diameter of 32,5 m, rounded to the

nearest tenth of a cubic meter?

**Answer:**

V≈17974.16

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Using the formulas

V=4

3πr3

d=2r

Solving for V

V=1/ 6πd^3=1/ 6·π·32.53≈17974.16422

What is the volume of a rectangular prism with the length of 4.5 ft, the width of 3.5 ft, and the height of 5.5 ft?
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