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What is the 12th term in the sequence?12, 15, 18, 21, ...a) 38b) 45c) 42d) 48
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the distance of point (8,5) from the straight line 3x+4y+1=0 is equal to....a) 7b) 9c)10d)8
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HELP awarding 60 points and brainliest answer!!!
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Please help me with this proof
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What is linear equation?What is quadratic equation?
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Let R be the region bounded by y=x and y=x^2.Find the area of R.Find the volume of the solid that results when R is revolved about the x-axis(using the shell method).
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The floor of storage unit is 5 meters long and 2 meters wide. Starting at the far left corner, Paula walks down the length, across the width, and then diagonally back to the far left corner. How far does Paula walk? If necessary, round to the nearest tenth.
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Three identical regular polygons fit together at one point. There is a gap of 36 °. What is the name of the polygon?
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Which circles are congruent?B and CB and DA and D
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Need help with 1-4.
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Show that the area of a right triangle of sides 5, 12 and 13 cannot be a square
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A certain college graduate borrows 5510 dollars to buy a car. The lender charges interest at an annual rate of 17%. Assuming that interest is compounded continuously and that the borrower makes payments continuously at a constant annual rate k dollars per year, determine the payment rate that is required to pay off the loan in 7 years. Also determine how much interest is paid during the 7-year period. Round your answers to two decimal places. Payment rate dollars per year Interest paid dollars Click if you would like to Show Work for this question: Open Show Work SHOW HINT UNK TO TEXT
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While completing a race, Edward spent 54 minutes walking. If his ratio of time walking to jogging was 6:5, how many minutes did he spend completing the race?
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Your company requires user passwords that can be made up of combinations of 21 (no caps) letters and 10 numerals only, in any order. Each valid password must be a string of these no more than 18 in length, but atleast 14 in length.(a) How many different passwords are there?(b) Suppose now that each password must contain at least 15 numerals. Now how many possible passwords are there now?
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How many ways can you make change for a $50 bill using $5, $10, and $20 bills?
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Using a formula estimate the body surface area of a person whose height is 150 cm and who weighs 80 kg.A.1.55 m2B.1.83 m2C.0.47 m2D.0.45 m2
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Using a formula estimate the body surface area of a person whose height is 5 feet and who weighs 120 pounds.A.1.52 m2B.0.32 m2C.1.13 m2D.55.9 m2
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Use De Morgan's Law to negate the following statements. a. Vx(x >5) b. 3.(x2+2x + 1 = 0)
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The atmospheric pressures at the top and the bottom of a building are read by a barometer to be 96.0 and 98.0 kPa. If the density of air is 1.0 kg/m^3, the height of the building is (a) 17 m (b) 20 m (c) 170 m (d) 204 m (e) 252 m e
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Consider the two functions:f(x,a) =70- 5xa & g(x) = 30 +4xa) find the x value of the point where the two equations intersect (in terms of the variable a)b) Find the value of the functions at the point where the two equations intersect (in terms of the variable a).c) Take the partial derivate of f with respect to x, \partial f / \partial x, and with respect to a, \partial f / \partial ad) What are the values of these derivatives , when x= 3 and a=2, which can be written as \partialf /\partialx (3,2) and \partial f /\partiala (3,2)e) Next caculate these two numbers: \upsilon1 = (\partialf /\partialx ( 3,2)) 3 / f (3,2)\upsilon2 = (\partialf /\partiala ( 3,2)) 2 / f (3,2) f) Finally write out these equations in term of a and x and simplify, \upsilon1 = (\partialf /\partialx ( x,a)) x / f (x,a) \upsilon2 = (\partialf /\partialx ( x,a)) a / f (x,a)
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