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The graph of the function g(x) = x2 + 3x - 4 is shifted 5 units to the left. Plot the zeros of the new function on the provided graph
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Rewrite the equation so that none of the values have a denominator and then solve the equation.1/3x - 5 = 5/2x - 2/3One strategy for solving the equation above is to a. determine the least common denominator (LCD) of all fractions in the equation, b. then multiply the entire quantity on BOTH sides of the equation by that (LCD), C. then isolate the variable to determine the value of x that makes the original equation a true statement.
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MONUMENTS The Leaning Tower ofPisa in Italy is about 55.9 meters talland is leaning so it is only about55 meters above the ground. At whatangle is the tower leaning?
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Jerry has two part-time jobs, one at a grocery store and one at a sporting goods store. He is paid by the hour at each job. Last week, he worked 10 hours at the grocery store and 12 hours at the sporting goods store and earned a total of $168.00. The week before, he worked 14 hours at the grocery store and 8 hours at the sporting goods store and earned a total of $167.00. (a) Determine how much Jerry earns per hour at the grocery store. Show all your work (b) Next week, Jerry wants to earn at least $184.00. He is scheduled to work 8 hours at the grocery store. Write and solve an inequality to find the minimum number of hours he needs to work at the sporting goods store in order to earn at least $184.00. Show all your work.
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Understanding Mathematics, Resource 2, Chapter Nine.6. If I think of a number, halve it, take away 5 and then add on 3 times thenumber I thought of I end up with a number that is 4 more than twice thenumber I first thought of. What was the number I first thought of?7. I think of a number and add it to twice itself. If I then take away one lessthan the number first thought of I end up with an answer of 9. Find thenumber first thought of.8 I think of a number, add 4 and then multiply the answer by 5. I couldhave achieved the same final answer had I instead multiplied my chosennumber by 4 and then added 5. What was the number I thought of?9. If I take a particular number from 3, double the answer and take theresult of doing this from the answer obtained by multiplying the particularnumber by 3 and adding 15, I end up with 25. What is the particularnumber I started with?10. I think of a number, add three, divide the answer by 2 and then add 7This gives an answer that is the same as I would have obtained had Iinstead doubled the number first thought of and then taken away 8. Findthe number first thought ofPls answer whichever you can do!
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A fair spinner is numbered 1 to 8. It is spun 768times. How many times would you expect to get asquare number?
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It is question number 32 is am looking for please help thanks
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If α and β be the two zeroes of the quadratic polynomial P(x) = 2x2 – 3x + 7. Evaluatea) α2 + β2 b) α3 + β3 c ) 1/ α+ 1/β
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9, Jennifer is now 3 years older than Peter. If, in 12 years, the sum of their ages will be 61, howold is Jennifer now?
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Joseph wants to buy a new tennisracquet which costs $200 from thefactory. The sports shop marks up theprice by 60%. Joseph bought theracquet when the shop had a 25% offsale. How much profitdid the shop make?
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A financial planner is examining the portfolios held by several of her clients. Which of the following portfolios is likely to have the smallest standard deviation? A portfolio with 10 randomly selected international stocks. A portfolio with 10 randomly selected stocks from U.S. and international markets. A portfolio with 10 randomly selected U.S. stocks.
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Diego runs a 100-meter race. 6 seconds after the race started Diego is 40 meters from the starting line and reaches his max speed; he runs at this max speed for the rest of the race. Diego notices that he is 76 meters from the starting line 10 seconds after the race started.a. What is Diego's max speed?b. Suppose Diego runs for an additional 3 seconds after reaching his max speed...-How far will Diego travel during those additional 3 seconds?-What is Diego's distance from the starting line 9 seconds after the race started?c. What is Diego's distance from the starting line 7.5 seconds after the race started?
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Abdi has two electric train sets: A and B. Each train is on its own circular track. He starts both trains at the same time. Train A returns to its starting point every 12 seconds. Train B returns to its starting point every 9 seconds. If the trains continue traveling what is the least amount of time in seconds that both trains will arrive at the starting points at the same time?
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Find the perimeter and area of the figure shown below. Use 3.14 for π. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth.
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Find the approximate solution(s) to each of the following equations graphically. Use technology to support yourwork. Verify the solution sets using the original equations.a. 2x − 4 = √x + 5
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If l and m are parallel lines, solve x and y (question 11)
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Toward the middle of the harvesting season, peaches for canning come in three types, early, late, and extra late, depending on the expected date of ripening. During a certain week, the data to the right were recorded at a fruit delivery station. Complete parts (a) through (d) below.34 trucks went out carrying early peaches;65 carried late peaches;65 carried extra late peaches;22 carried early and late;34 carried late and extra late;13 carried early and extra late;6 carried all 38 carried only figs (no peaches at all)a) how many trucks carried only late peaches? B) how many carried only extra late? c) how many carried only one type of peach? d) how many went out total?
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The mileage of a new model SUV on the interstate highway has been stated by the manufacturer as having a mean of 20 mpg and a standard deviation of 3.0 mpg. A consumer agency intends to sample 36 cars and test them. Find the probability that the sample average will be over 21.0 mpg. (Assume that mileage is normally distributed.)
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Lasers can provide highly accurate measurements of small movements. To determine the accuracy of such a laser, it was used to take 82 measurements of a known quantity. The sample mean error was 20 μm with a standard deviation of 60 μm. The laser is properly calibrated if the mean error is μ = 0. A test is made of H0 : μ = 0 versus H1 : μ ≠ 0. Find the P value?
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Solve for x in the following equation: |x + 2| − 3 = 0.5x + 1.
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