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#10. The sales tax on a $56.00 purchase is $4.48. At that rate, how much more would $66.25 worth of goods cost than $58.75 worth of goods after the tax is applied????? HELPPP DUE IN 30 MINUTES
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You play a game in which two coins are flipped. If both coins turn up tails, you win 1 point. How many points would you need to lose for each of the other outcomes so that the game is fair?
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Does the point (-10,3) lie on the circle that passes through the point (-2,9) with center (-3,2)? Explain
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What is the quotient (2x4 – 3x3 – 3x2 + 7x – 3) ÷ (x2 – 2x + 1)?
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The population of a town is divided into three age categories. A random sample of each category is surveyed about votingchoices. This type of sampling is called
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A college professor surveyed his class to see how many hours each student studied. The professor used each student's grade with how many hours they studied to create a scatter plot of the data. He determined that the correlation coefficient was 0.90. Select the true statement based on the professor's correlation coefficient. There is a negative correlation between the number of hours studied and the student's grade. There is no correlation between the number of hours studied and the student's grade. There is a strong correlation between the number of hours studied and the student's grade. There is a weak correlation between the number of hours studied and the student's grade.
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The fish population of Lake Collins is decreasing at a rate of 5% per year. In 2004 there were about 1,350 fish. Write an exponential decay function that models this situation. Then find the population in 2010.
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There are 400 rice weevils at the beginning of an insect study. The population is expected to grow at a rate of 150% each week.a.) Write and simplify a formula that can be used to predict the rice weevil population for any week after the beginning of the study.b.) Use the formula to predict the rice weevil population 10 weeks after the beginning of the study. Show your work.c.) Use the formula to predict when the rice weevil population will reach 1,000,000,000. Show your work.
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PLEASE HELP!!! ASAPAn expression can often be used to model a real-life situation. For each of the following expressions, write a real-life situation using money as the context. Then, evaluate the expression and interpret the result in terms of the situation. Here's an example.The following situation is modeled by the expression -24.50 + 100.00: Jonathan overdrew his checking account by $24.50. He then transferred $100.00 from his savings account to his checking account. His new checking account total is $75.50.Make sure to use complete sentences in your answers.1. $8.15 + $11.992. $20 - $18.043. 7($1.45)4. $42.08/4
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The table below shows the cost of mailing a postcard in different years.
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Rewrite the function f of x equals 4 times one third to the 2 times x power using properties of exponents. f of x equals 4 times one ninth to the x power f of x equals 4 times two sixths to the x power f of x equals 16 times one third to the x power f of x equals 16 times one ninth to the x power
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Driving to your friend's house, you travel at an average rate of 35 miles per hour. On yourhome, you travel at an average rate of 40 miles per hour. If the round trip took you 45 minuteshow far is it from your house to your friend's house?
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Find the following area of the following region, expressing your result in terms of the positive integer n\geq2.The region bounded by f(x)=x and g(x)= x1/n , for x\geq 0The area of the region in terms of n is_____???
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A maple syrup producer would like to increase production by 500 gallons per each consecutive year with a goal of producing at least 20,000 gallons of syrup cumulatively for the first five year period of production.If the first year’s production, in gallons, is given by x, write expressions for each of the other years’ productions.Year 1 = x Year 2 = Year 3 = Year 4 = Year 5 =b) Find all possible values of syrup that could be produced the first year to meet the goal of at least 20,000 gallons cumulatively over the five-year period. You must set up a mathematical formula/rule and solve algebraically.
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Can anyone help me with these two problems? I found the distance to one. Please, assignment is due tonight. Thank you.
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A band is performing at an auditorium for a fee of $1500. In addition to this fee, the band receives 30% ofeach $20 ticket sold. The maximum capacity of the auditorium is 800 people.a. Write an equation that represents the band's revenue R when x tickets are sold.An equation is R=B. The band needs 5000 for new equipment so how many tickets need to b sold in order to get enough koney to buy the equipment.
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Find all solutions of each equation on the interval 0 ≤ x < 2π.tan^2 x sec^2 x + 2sec^2 x - tan^2 x = 2
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CHAPTER T/THE BALANCE SHEETded all items she13. Following is a list of items Mary Wong has presented toaccountant in order to have a balance sheet prepared forbusiness. Wong Dance Studio, Mary bas included all itenfelt were importantCash in Business Bank Account $1800Personal Bank Account $2500Accounts Receivable $1500Accounts Payable $500Personal Car Loan $5000House and Lot $45000Dance Studio Building (Cost) $30000Dance Studio Building (Current Market Price)$35000Land $20000Personal Car $8000Mortgage on Dance Studio $38000Mortgage on House $32000Studio Equipment $3100Bank Loan on Studio Equipment $1600Personal Property $6600(a) Prepare a balance sheet for Wong Dance Studio onDecember 31, 19.(b) Explain why all the items listed above were not included inthe balance sheet you just prepared. Refer to the GAAP thatinfluenced your decision.(c) Which GAAP was applied to determine the value of thedance studio building on the balance sheet?(d) Using the data and concepts from (a), (b), and (c), prepare apersonal balance sheet for Mary on the same date.
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I don’t understand how to find the range and domain
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please helpfind the perimeter of the polygon with the verdices u(-2,4),v(3,4) and w(3,-4) round to the nearest hundredththe perimeter is about _______ units
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