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PLEASE HELP!! What is the value of x?
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2 months ago
Anna has leaned a ladder against the side of her house. The ladder forms a 72º angle with the ground and rests against the house at a spot that is 6 meters high. What length is the best approximation for the distance along the ground from the bottom of the ladder to the wall?
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On Sunday, 370 people bought tickets to the county fair. Tickets cost $7 for adults and $3 for children. The total revenue from ticket sales on Sunday was $1750. The system of equations below represents the number of people and total sales for the county fair on Sunday, where x represents the number of child tickets and y represents the number of adult tickets.
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A soccer ball is kicked from the ground in an arc defined by the function, h(x) = -2x 2 + 8x. At what point does the ball hit the ground?
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Jake found that 39 students in his school could play the guitar and 17 of those students could play the piano, as well. There were 8 students who could not play the guitar but knew how to play the piano. There were 3 students who knew neither guitar nor piano. Which table best summarizes the data collected by Jake?
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Peter decides to invest $1,200,000 in a period annuity that earns 4.6% APR compounded monthly for a period of 20 years. How much money will Peter be paid each month?
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There is an expression some people use that says, “What you put into it is what you get out of it.” People might use this expression to describe your skills at a sport or activity and how that relates to the amount of time and effort you spend practicing that activity. Does this expression apply to functions? How? Give an example to support your answer.
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how to multiply fractions
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Marlene has a credit card that uses the adjusted balance method. For the first 10 days of one of her 30-day billing cycles, her balance was $570. She then made a purchase for $120, so her balance jumped to $690, and it remained that amount for the next 10 days. Marlene then made a payment of $250, so her balance for the last 10 days of the billing cycle was $440. If her credit card's APR is 15%, which of these expressions could be used to calculate the amount Marlene was charged in interest for the billing cycle?
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2 months ago
I am struggling with Parts B and D of this calculus question. I think that Parts A and C are OK. I wonder if Parts B and D require the graph that I drew for Part A?
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