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Please help with these 2 questions. Will give brainliest to best asnwer
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2 months ago
After grading the most recent chapter test, a science teacher asks twelve of his 10th grade summer school students how long they studied for the test. Their answers, as well as their corresponding test grades, were recorded on a table and placed on a scatter plot. Use the line of best fit shown in the scatter plot to make a conjecture about the number of hours studied versus the resulting test grade. Answer in complete sentences.
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2 months ago
Miguel wants to buy a condominium. He has the choice of buying it now or renting it with the option to buy at the end of 3 years. If he buys it now, it will cost him $6,000 to close and his mortgage payment will be $726 per month. If he rents, he must pay a move-in cost of one month's rent and a security deposit of $2,000. Miguel decides to rent because it is the cheapest option over the first 3 years. To the nearest dollar, what is the maximum amount of monthly rent payment he could pay
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2 months ago
Need Help. How do i write a number in scientific notation
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2 months ago
Mr. Bartley is taking the Theater Club on a field trip to see the musical Wicked. The school treasurer asked Mr. Bartley for the group's total ticket cost. He wrote the following cost function for the school treasurer: Total Cost = 52(25+2)Which of the following statements could describe this cost function? Select all that apply. A = The school will buy 52 tickets for the musical. Tickets cost $25.00 for each student and $2.00 for each teacher.B = Tickets cost $52.00 each, and there are 25 students and 2 teachers going on the field trip.C = A total of 52 people, which includes 25 students and 2 teachers, will attend the field trip. D = The bus fits 52 people, including 25 students and 2 teachers. E = Tickets cost $25 and each person must contribute $2 for the bus. There are 52 people going on the trip.
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2 months ago
Jane’s monthly income in the year 2010 was $48,200, where 14% of her salary was withheld for income tax. In the year 2011, her monthly salary was $51,800, where 16% of her income was withheld for income tax. What was her average take home pay during the years 2010-2011?
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2 months ago
PLEASE HELP ME DONT SKIP! A carton in the shape of a cube measuring 8 inches tall is filled with colored plastic cubes measuring 1 inch across each face. The cubes sell for 25 cents each. How much would it cost to buy all of the cubes in the carton? Enter your answer in the box. $_______WILL MAKE BRAINLIST!
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2 months ago
Can someone help I’m not sure if I got this problem right
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2 months ago
What is the answer to this question
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2 months ago
Mike and Kate plan to save money for their wedding over a 20 month period. They will need to save $8,000 to help pay for the wedding. They set aside the same amount each month. After a year they saved $4,000. Mike and Kate know they must adjust their plan in order to meet their goal, so they came up with the following options: Option A: Stay with saving the same amount they've been saving each month but postpone the wedding 2 months. Option B: Increase the amount of money they save each month by $80 from what they've been saving. Which of the following is a true statement? a. Only option A will allow them to meet their goal. b. Only option B will allow them to meet their goal. c. Both options A and B will allow them to meet their goal. d. Neither option A nor option B will allow them to meet their goal.
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2 months ago
A company purchased $3,100 worth of merchandise. Transportation costs were an additional $270. The company returned $215 worth of merchandise and then paid the invoice within the 1% cash discount period. The total cost of this merchandise is:
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2 months ago
WILL GIVE BRAINLEIST FOR SIMPLE AND CORRECT ANSWER The data show the football scores of two teams over 6 games.Team 1: {38, 40, 41, 41, 42, 44}Team 2: {28, 30, 58, 41, 57, 32}What does the mean absolute deviation (MAD) of the two data sets tell you about the football scores?Select from the drop-down menus to correctly answer the question.The MAD for Team 2 is the MAD for Team 1, which means the scores for Team 2 vary the scores for Team 1.
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2 months ago
You take out a cash advance of $2,790.00 on a credit card with a 3.5% cash advance fee and a 13.5% APR. What is the amount due by the end of the month?
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2 months ago
Which statements are true about circle Q? Check all that apply.The ratio of the measure of central angle PQR to the measure of the entire circle is 1/8 .The area of the shaded sector is 4 units2.The area of the shaded sector depends on the length of the radius.The area of the shaded sector depends on the area of the circle.The ratio of the area of the shaded sector to the area of the circle is equal to the ratio of the length of the arc to the area of the circle.
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2 months ago
If U = {all positive integers} and A = {x|x ∈ U and x is an odd positive integer}, which describes Ac?Ac = {x|x ∈ U and is a negative integer}Ac = {x|x ∈ U and is zero}Ac = {x|x ∈ U and is not an integer}Ac = {x|x ∈ U and is an even positive integer}
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2 months ago
When Andrei surveyed 36 random seventh-grade students in the lunchroom, he found that 7 out of 9 would like to try or have already tried snorkeling. Using proportional reasoning, about how many of the 810 seventh-grade students in his school would like to snorkel? A. About 157 seventh-grade students would like to snorkel.B. About 202 seventh-grade students would like to snorkel. C. About 630 seventh-grade students would like to snorkel.D. About 720 seventh-grade students would like to snorkel.
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2 months ago
The weekly number of tourists visiting an island is approximated by the equation given below y equals 30 plus 10 sine left bracket startfraction pi over 26 endfraction left parenthesis x minus 14 right parenthesis right bracket where y is the number of visitors (in thousands) in the xth week of the year, starting with x equals 1 for the first week in january. find the week in which the number of tourists to the island isa. 40 comma 000,b. 35 comma 000, andc. 25 comma 000
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2 months ago
A picnic was arranged for the members of a club. The organizer started calling all the members to find how many members would be taking part in the picnic. She could not contact 20% of them. Of the remaining members, 15% did not wish to take part and the rest wanted more time to decide. Finally, 80% of those who wanted more time to decide ended up going to the picnic. If a member is picked up at random, the probability that he or she needed more time to decide and finally did not attend the picnic is ?%, and the probability that he or she was contacted but did not attend the picnic is ?%
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2 months ago
In one region, the september energy consumption levels for single-family homes are found to be normally distributed with a mean of 1050 kwh and a standard deviation of 218 kwh if 50 different homes are randomly selected, find the probability that their mean energy consumption level for september is greater than 1075 kwh. your answer should be a decimal rounded to the fourth decimal place.
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2 months ago
Right triangle abc has one leg of length 6 cm, one leg of length 8 cm and a right angle ata. a square has one side on the hypotenuse of triangle abc and a vertex on each of the two legs of triangle abc. what is the length of one side of the square? express your answer as a common fraction.
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2 months ago
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