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At Kira's school, 5/9 of the 360 students bring their lunch. The other students buy lunch in the cafeteria. How many more students bring lunch from home than buy lunch?
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2 months ago
a p2 73 94 115 13 A farmer picked 3 more peaches than 2 times the apples. The table shows how the number of peaches, p, depends on the number of apples, a. Choose the equation which represents the rule.A) p = 2a + 2 B) p = 3 − 2a C) p = 2a − 3 D) p = 2a + 3 plz help
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Solve for x.4(2x - 1) - 7 = 4 - x + 6
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Xavier sells homemade necklaces for a profit of $22 per necklace. He is considering switching to a new type of pendant that will increase his profit, as expressed by the function y = 29x, where x is the number sold and y is the amount of profit.How many more dollars will Xavier earn on each necklace if he switches to the new material? Explain how you found your answer.
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2 months ago
Which of the following statements are true about inverse matrices?All square matrices have inverses.If A and B are inverse matrices, then A and B must be square matrices.The determinant of a singular matrix is equal to zero.If A and B are inverse matrices, then A + B = I.If A and B are inverse matrices, then det(A)xde(B)=0Any zero matrix does not have an inverse.If B = A–1, then A = B–1.
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2 months ago
Write a number with two decimals places that is bigger than 4 1/5 but smaller then 4.25 (Could u explain so i can actually understand it? thx)
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The cost of four scarfs and six hats is $52 the cost of to hatch is one dollar more than the cost of one scarf what is the cost of one scarf
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2 months ago
what is the following quotient? [tex] \sqrt{6} + \sqrt{11} \div \sqrt{5} + \sqrt{3} [/tex]A. [tex] \sqrt{30} + 3 \sqrt{2} + \sqrt{55} + \sqrt{33} \div 8[/tex]B.[tex] \sqrt{30} - 3 \sqrt{2} + \sqrt{55} - \sqrt{33} \div 2[/tex]C.[tex] \frac{17}{8} [/tex]D.[tex] - \frac {5}{2} [/tex]
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2 months ago
You have just been approved for a 30 year 6.0% fixed home mortgage. The monthly payment that you qualify for is $1112.10. Use the table provided to determine the price of a home that can be purchased. Round your answer to the nearest cent. / a. $183,147 c. $185,350 b. $184,789 d. $186,523
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2 months ago
If f(x) is a linear function, what is the value of n? x f(x) –4 –25 –1 –10 n 20
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2 months ago
Read the excerpt from "The Most Dangerous Game."Laughter shook the general. "How extraordinarily droll you are!" he said. "One does not expect nowadays to find a young man of the educated class, even in America, with such a naive, and, if I may say so, mid-Victorian point of view. It's like finding a snuff-box in a limousine. Ah, well, doubtless you had Puritan ancestors. So many Americans appear to have had. I'll wager you'll forget your notions when you go hunting with me. You've a genuine new thrill in store for you, Mr. Rainsford.""Thank you, I'm a hunter, not a murderer.""Dear me," said the general, quite unruffled, "again that unpleasant word. But I think I can show you that your scruples are quite ill founded."Which detail best reveals that Rainsford opposes Zaroff’s idea of the ideal prey?"How extraordinarily droll you are!" he said. “You've a genuine new thrill in store for you, Mr. Rainsford.”"Thank you, I'm a hunter, not a murderer."“But I think I can show you that your scruples are quite ill founded.”
Algebra
2 months ago
Read the excerpt from "The Royal House of Thebes."In Thebes, Creon was in control and he proclaimed that none of those who had fought against the city should be given burial. Eteocles should be honored with every rite that the noblest received at death, but Polyneices should be left for beasts and birds to tear and devour. This was to carry vengeance beyond the ordinance of the gods, beyond the law of right; it was to punish the dead. The souls of the unburied might not pass the river that encircles the kingdom of death, but must wander in desolation, with no abiding-place, no rest ever for their weariness. To bury the dead was a most sacred duty, not only to bury one's own, but any stranger one might come upon. But this duty, Creon's proclamation said, was changed in the cause of Polyneices to a crime. He who buried him would be put to death.Which action most makes Creon a villain in this story?remaining the king of Thebesplacing revenge above sacred dutyhonoring Eteocles for defending Thebesmaking proclamations after the war
Algebra
2 months ago
Read the excerpt from "Youth Activism and Animal "Rights.” In addition to traditional events like bake sales and car washes, young activists have raised money through more creative means. Many use special occasions, such as birthdays and bar or bat mitzvahs, to ask their friends and families to donate money to animal rights, rather than give gifts. Why does the author most likely include these details?-to illustrate that young activists pressure others to donate money-to show that young activists are more generous than non-activists-to emphasize the dedication and generosity of young activists-to highlight that young activists are irresponsible with money
Algebra
2 months ago
Read the excerpt from “First Generation” of Dreaming in Cuban, by Cristina Garcia.She considers the vagaries of sports, the happenstance of El Líder, a star pitcher in his youth, narrowly missing a baseball career in America. His wicked curveball attracted the major league scouts, and the Washington Senators were interested in signing him but changed their minds. Frustrated, El Líder went home, rested his pitching arm, and started a revolution in the mountains.Which best explains how Garcia’s word choice helps establish her voice in the excerpt?AGarcia uses short, forceful words to assert a pessimistic opinion on fate.BGarcia uses formal, academic language and location words to suggest a theory about fate.CGarcia uses American baseball terminology to suggest fate’s defeat.DGarcia uses words with positive connotations to suggest an optimistic outlook on fate.
Algebra
2 months ago
Read the excerpt from As You Like It by William Shakespeare.All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. T have their exits and their entrances.What do Shakespeare's metaphors most likely mean? Select three options.A People play different roles throughout their lives.B People are always pretending to be someone else.C People leave one phase of life to enter another.D People are extremely dramatic sometimes.E People all go through the same phases of life.
Algebra
2 months ago
Read the excerpt from Enrique’s Journey. He was five years old when his mother le him. Now he is almost another person. In the window glass, he sees a batte young man, scrawny and disfigu. It angers him, and it steels his determination to push northward. Read the excerpt from "Children of the Drug Wars." Children from Central America have been making that journey, oen without their parents, for two decades. But lately something has changed, and the pictable flow has turned into an exodus. Three years ago, about 6,800 children were detained by United States immigration authorities and placed in federal custody; this year, as many as 90,000 children are expected to be picked up. How do details from the excerpts support the author’s purpose? In the first excerpt, the author uses facts and statistics, while in the second excerpt, the author uses words that appeal to readers’ emotions. In the first excerpt, the author relies on third-person point of view, while in the second excerpt, the author uses first-person point of view. In the first excerpt, the author uses words to persuade the reader, while in the second excerpt, the author uses language to entertain the reader. In the first excerpt, the author uses narrative techniques and figurative language, while in the second excerpt, the author includes facts to persuade.
Algebra
2 months ago
Read the excerpt from Neil deGrasse Tyson’s “Death by Black Hole.”If you stumbled upon a black hole and found yourself falling feet-first toward its center, then as you got closer, the black hole’s force of gravity would grow astronomically. Curiously, you would not feel this force at all because, like anything in free fall, you are weightless. What you do feel, however, is something far more sinister. While you fall, the black hole’s force of gravity at your two feet, t being closer to the black hole’s center, accelerates them faster than does the weaker force of gravity at your head. Read the excerpt from Billy Collins’s “Man Listening to Disc.”the only true point of view,is full of the hope that he,the hub of the cosmoswith his hair blown sideways,will eventually make it all the way downtown.Which choice best describes the differing views Tyson and Collins present of humanity?A.Tyson describes a sinister universe where men are eaten by black holes, while Collins describes a cosmos full of hope for a better future.B.Tyson writes about a scientific fact of life, while Collins writes about an emotionally charged event in his life.C.Tyson presents humans as powerless against the forces of nature, while Collins presents an individual creating his own destiny.D.Tyson suggests that people have no control of their lives in a dangerous world, while Collins reminds people to take control and be focused.
Algebra
2 months ago
Read the excerpt from part one of Trifles. HALE. I didn’t hear or see anything; I knocked at the door, and still it was all quiet inside. I knew they must be up, it was past eight o’clock. So I knocked again, and I thought I heard somebody say, “Come in.” I wasn’t sure, I’m not sure yet, but I opened the door—this door indicating the door by which the two women are still standing, and there in that rocker—pointing to it sat Mrs. Wright. They all look at the rocker. How does the underlined stage direction affect the mood of the scene?
Algebra
2 months ago
Read the excerpt from Thoughts and Sentiments. However, notwithstanding all that has been done and written against it, that brutish barbarity, and unparalelled injustice, is still carried on to a very great extent in the colonies, and with an avidity as insidious, cruel and oppressive as ever. What inference about Cugoano’s beliefs is most supported by this excerpt? Cugoano believes that slavery does not have to be cruel and oppressive. Cugoano believes that slavery needs to be abolished in the colonies. Cugoano believes that more people need to speak out against slavery. Cugoano believes that more writers need to write about slavery.
Algebra
2 months ago
Read the passage from "Two Kinds.”"You want me to be something that I’m not!” I sobbed. "I’ll never be the kind of daughter you want me to be!”"Only two kinds of daughters,” she shouted in Chinese. "Those who are obedient and those who follow their own mind! Only one kind of daughter can live in this house. Obedient daughter!”"Then I wish I weren’t your daughter. I wish you weren’t my mother,” I shouted. As I said these things I got sca. It felt like worms and toads and slimy things crawling out of my chest, but it also felt good, as if this awful side of me had surfaced, at last."Too late change this,” said my mother shrilly.And I could sense her anger rising to its breaking point. I wanted see it spill over. And that’s when I remembe the babies she had lost in China, the ones we never talked about. "Then I wish I’d never been born!” I shouted. "I wish I were dead! Like them.”Which conflicts are revealed in the passage? Select two options.an internal conflict within the narrator, who is frightened by the extremity of her anger at her mother an external conflict between the narrator, who is demanding independence, and her mother, who is demanding obediencean external conflict between the narrator and her mother over whether or not the narrator will continue to live at homean internal conflict within the narrator’s mother, who cannot decide whether to throw her daughter out of the family homean external conflict between the narrator, who wants to be the kind of daughter her mother wants, and her mother, who thinks that’s impossibleMark this and return
Algebra
2 months ago
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