xmnc
Calculators
General
Algebra
Geometry
Coordinate-geometry
Statistics
Calculus
Qna
Math
xmnc
xmnc
Home
General
Algebra
Geometry
Coordinate-geometry
Statistics
Calculus
Qna
Math
MATH SOLVE
Home
3378 Times Tables
Qna
1 month ago
3377 Times Tables
Qna
1 month ago
3382 Times Tables
Qna
1 month ago
3384 Times Tables
Qna
1 month ago
3386 Times Tables
Qna
1 month ago
3385 Times Tables
Qna
1 month ago
3387 Times Tables
Qna
1 month ago
3383 Times Tables
Qna
1 month ago
3388 Times Tables
Qna
1 month ago
3389 Times Tables
Qna
1 month ago
Question 1 Find the maximum value of the function for the polygonal convex set determined by the given system of inequalities
General
2 months ago
Find the maximum value of the function for the polygonal convex set determined by the given system of inequalities (Picture provided)
General
2 months ago
WORTH 98 POINTSThe number of horses occupying stalls at the county fairgrounds can be modeled by the following function, where x represents the number of days since the first of June.h(x)=-3x^2+30+225Rewrite this function in the form that reveals when there are no horses occupying stalls at the fairgrounds
General
2 months ago
Martina chose a random sample of 10 bags of candy from two different brands, A and B. All bags in the sample are the same size. Martina counts the number of candy pieces in each bag and plots the results on two dot plots. A dot plot is shown. The title of the plot is Brand A. The line is numbered with tick marks at 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, and 70 and is labeled Number of Candy Pieces. There are 2 dots at 52, 1 dot at 53, 2 dots at 55, 1 dot at 56, 2 dots at 57, and 2 dots at 62. A dot plot is shown. The title of the plot is Brand B. The line is numbered with tick marks at 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, and 70 and is labeled Number of Candy Pieces. There is 1 dot at 44, 1 dot at 46, 2 dots at 52, 1 dot at 55, 1 dot at 62, 1 dot at 65, 2 dots at 67 and 1 dot at 69 Based on the plots, which statement is a valid comparison of the number of candies in the bags of the two brands? A. The number of candies in the bags from brand B is greater and more consistent than the number of candies in the bags from brand A. B. The number of candies in the bags from brand B is greater and less consistent than the number of candies in the bags from brand A. C. The number of candies in the bags from brand B is fewer and more consistent than the number of candies in the bags from brand A. D. The number of candies in the bags from brand B is fewer and less consistent than the number of candies in the bags from brand A.
General
2 months ago
Amy has 3 children, and she is expecting another baby soon. Her first three children are girls. Is the sex of the fourth baby dependent or independent of the first three?A) Independent. With every child, there is a 50% chance of having a boy or girl. EliminateB) Dependent. Amy has not had a boy yet, so her chance of having a boy is greater. C) Dependent. Every time Amy has a baby, the chances of having another girl increase. D) Independent. Only the mom and dad determine the sex of that baby, not the siblings.
General
2 months ago
You are given the system of equations to solve by the elimination method, which is an INCORRECT step that will NOT produce a system with the same solution?2x + y = −10 3x + 4y = −20A) multiply the first equation by 4 and subtract the second equation B) multiply the first equation by −4 and add the second equation C) add 8 times the first equation and −2 times the second equation D) multiply y by 4 in the first equation and subtract the second equation
General
2 months ago
A local radio station surveyed people going into a grocery store about whether or not they liked country and if they listed to that station. The results are shown in the table. Is listening to the radio station independent of liking country music? Explain.A) No, the probability of not liking country is the same as the probability of not liking country given that they listen to the station. B) Yes, the probability of not liking country is the same as the probability of not liking country given that they listen to the station. C) No, the probability of not liking country is different from the probability of not liking country given that they listen to the station. D) Yes, the probability of not liking country is different from the probability of not liking country given that they listen to the station.
General
2 months ago
Math algebra 1 plsssss helppppp!!!!
General
2 months ago
Problem situation: Anna is at the movie theater and has $35 to spend. She spends $9.50 on a ticket and wants to buy some snacks. Each snack costs $3.50. How many snacks, x, can Anna buy? Inequality that represents this situation: 9.50+3.50x?35 Drag each number to show if it is a solution to both the inequality and the problem situation, to the inequality only, or if it is not a solution. 4 314 912 4.25 ?2 2 Solution to BOTH the inequality and the situation Solution to the inequality ONLY NOT a solution
General
2 months ago
Jason used his car as collateral to borrow money from his bank. After losing his job, Jason is now unable to make his monthly payments for the loan, defaulting on the loan. If Jason is unable to continue to make his payments, what is likely to happen to his car? a. The bank will ask Jason to sell the car to help pay back his loan. b. The bank will seize the car and likely sell it to pay off Jason's loan. c. The bank will notify the local government of Jason's default on his loan, making it illegal for Jason to drive the car. d. The bank will put a "boot" on one wheel of the car, making it un-drivable until Jason begins making his payments again.
General
2 months ago
Previous
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Next