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18. Recall that 0°C = 32°F and 100°C = 212°F.a. Using x for degrees Celsius and y for degrees Fahrenheit, findan equation of the line passing through (0, 32) and (100, 212).b. What is the slope of the line? Explain what the slope means interms of degrees Celsius and degrees Fahrenheit.c. What is the y-intercept of the line? Explain what the y-interceptmeans in terms of degrees Celsius and degrees Fahrenheit.
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Water is being pumped into a 12-foot-tall cylindrical tank at a constant rate. • The depth of the water is increasing linearly. • At 2:30 p.m., the water depth was 2.6 feet. • It is now 5:00 p.m., and the depth of the water is 3.6 feet. What will the depth (in feet) of the water be at 6:00 p.m.?
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8 PTS!!! PLEASE IT'S TIMED, I PROMISE BRAINLIST... IT'S SIMPLE PLEASEEEE11. Which of the following expressions is true? A. 4^3• 4^4 = 412B. 5^2 • 5^3 > 5^5C. 3^2 • 35 < 3^8D. 5^2 • 54 = 5812. Which of the following expressions is true? A.8^3 • 8^2 < 8^4B. 4^4 • 4^4 = 4^16C. 2^2 • 2^6 < 2^8D. 3^3 • 3^3 > 3^5Write the value of the expression.13. 3^4/3^4A. 3B. 0C. 1D. 414. 4^7/4^9A. –16B. 1/16C. 1/8D. 8Multiply. Write the result in scientific notation.15. (2.3 • 10^1)(7 • 10^6)A. 1.61 • 10^7B. 1.61 • 10^8C. 9.3 • 10^6D. 9.3 • 10^716. (1.7 ∙ 10–4)(5 ∙ 10–5)A. 8.5 ∙ 10^–9B. 8.5 ∙ 10^20C. 6.7 ∙ 10^–9D. 6.7 ∙ 10^20Simplify the expression.17. 7t4 ∙ 7t4A. 49t^8B. 14t^4C. 49t^16D14t^8Simplify the expression.18. –x(7x – 8)A. 6x^2 – 9xB. –7x – 8xC. –7x^2 + 8xD. 7x + 8xSimplify the expression.19. 4k2(–3k2 – 4k + 5)A. –12k^4 – 16k^3 + 20k^2B. 12k^4 – 16k^3 + 9k^2C. –12k^3 + 20kD. k4 + 9k^2Simplify the expression.20. (2k + 1) (k – 4) A. 2k^2 – 7k + 4B. 2k^2 –3k + 4C. 2k^2 + 9k + 4D. 2k^2– 7k – 4
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Assume that the wooden triangle shown is a right triangle. a. Write an equation using the Pythagorean Theorem and the measurements provided in the diagram. Hint: (leg 1)2 + (leg 2)2 = (hypotenuse)2 b. Transform each side of the equation to determine if it is an identity.
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A grocer wishes to blend two different coffee brands in order to make a blend of 400 pounds to sell at $3.00 a pound. If he uses a brand of coffee worth $2.70 a pound with another brand worth $3.20 a pound, how many pounds of each does he use?
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If a yogurt is 150 calories per 2/3 cup, how many calories is a full cup?Thanks for the help!
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Help find area of parallelogram!!!
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A merchant paid $3 each for golfing hats that he sold for $4 each. He therefore earned agross profit of $1 per hat. By what per cent was the cost price increased to provide for thisprofit?20%O 30%331%300%o none of these
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Sarah bought a car last year to drive back and forth to work after she spent $1,098 on gas this year she spent $1,562 what is the inflation rate rounded to the nearest percent
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Find the measure of arc AB , And find the measure of segment DC .
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Two simple statements are Connected with a AND? Youre Censtructing the truth table of this compound statement. How many rows does the truth table will have?
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How much heat (Btu) is produced by a 150-W light bulb that is on for 20-hours?
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Show your work:Express 160 pounds (lbs) in kilograms (kg). Round to the nearest hundredths.
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The grocery store has bulk pecans on sale, which is great since you're planning on making 4 pecan pies for a wedding. How many pounds of pecans should you buy?First, determine what information you need to answer this question, then click here to display that info (along with other info). How many pecans are needed for each pie? Your recipe calls for 1 1/2cups pecans per pie. But there is no cup measure available, only a scale.How many pecans are in a pound? Perhaps the nutritional info from a bag of pecans would be helpful. (refer to photo for information)You will need to buy________ pounds of pecans.Give your answer accurate to at least one decimal place.
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Find an equation of a line with the x- and y-intercepts below. Use exact fractions when necessary.x-intercept 7; y-intercept -5
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A new building that costs $1,000,000 has a useful life of 25 years and a scrap value of $600,000. Using straight-line depreciation, find the equation for the value V in terms of t, where t is in years. (Make sure you use t and not x in your answer.)V(t) = Find the value after 1 year, after 2 years, and after 20 years.Value after 1 year $Value after 2 years $Value after 20 years $
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Lysera enjoys exploring her land on horseback with its lush green valleys and ancient forests. She can cover a great deal of ground on her horse, Princess Grey Dawn, traveling at 9 km/h. Unfortunately Lysera has allergies. How far would Lysera and Princess Gray Dawn have moved while Lysera’s eyes were shut for 0.50 s during a hard sneeze? (answer in kilometers)
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A = {a, b, c, d}B = {c, d, e, f, g, h}LaTeX: A\cup BA∪B is the set of all elements that belong to A or B.When given this information Johnny stated that union of A and B is {a, b, e, f, g, h}.POST (by Thursday): Is Johnny correct? If not, correct his answer. Either way give a every day example to justify your answer. After posting your response, please REPLY to the responses of your group members explaining whyyou agree or disagree with their response, or asking clarifying questions.
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Use Gaussian Elimination to find an equation of a polynomial that passes through points A(-5,-3), B(-2,3). C(3,3), D(6,19). Indicates row operations with the R notation. Leave coefficients in fraction form, do not report in decimals.
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The 1992 world speed record for a bicycle (human-powered vehicle) was set by Chris Huber. His time through the measured 200 m stretch was a sizzling 6.509 s, at which he commented,"Cogito ergo zoom!" (I think, therefore I go fast!). a.) What was Chris Huber’s speed in meters per second(m/s)? b) In 2001, Sam Whittingham beat Huber’s record by 19.0 km/h. What was Whittingham’s time through the 200 m? (answer hours)
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