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You are trying to dunk a basketball. You need to jump 2.5 feet. In the air to dunk the ball. The height that your feet are above the ground is given by the function h (t)=-16ft+12. What is the maximum height your feet will be above the ground? Will you be able to dunk the basketball
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You are try to dunk a basketball. You need to jump 2.5 feet in the air to dunk the ball. The height that your feet need to be of the ground is given by the function h(t)= _ 16t2+12r. What is the maximum height your feet will be above the ground? Will you be able to dunk the ball?
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2 months ago
HELP ASAP 1.The total mass of 500 crayons is 1 kilogram. What is the mass of each crayon in grams?2.John spends 1 hour making birthday cards. If each birthday card takes 3 minutes to make, how many birthday cards can John make?
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2 months ago
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A cube-shaped tank that measures 4.64.6 meters on each side is full of water. If some water is drained to fill a cone with a height of 66 meters and a radius of 2.52.5 meters, approximately how much water is left in the tank? Use 3.143.14 for ππ and round your answer to the nearest tenth. The amount of water left in the tank is approximately __________ cubic meters.
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A trinket factory can produce 3,000 trinkets per day. The warehouse has a capacity of 50,000 trinkets. Currently, there are 8,000 trinkets in the warehouse. Assume that no trinkets are going to be shipped out of the warehouse for a while.1) Write an equation for the number of trinkets T in the warehouse after D days.2) How many days will it take to fill the warehouse?
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2 months ago
Three friends are starting a food truck and are contributing a total of $140,000 to begin operations. Their investments are in the ratio of 3:4:7. What is the difference in investment between the smallest investor an largest investor?
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Predict how much money can be saved without having a negative actual net income. monthly budget budgeted amount actual amount income wages savings interest $1150 $25 $900 $25 expenses rent utilities food cell phone savings $400 $100 $250 $75 $200 $400 $80 $200 $75 $____ net income $150 $____ a. it is not possible to save any money this month without having a negative actual net income. b. $170 can be saved resulting in an actual net income of $0. c. $200 can be saved resulting in an actual net income of $150. d. as long as you are saving money, you will not have a negative actual net income.
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2 months ago
Write an equation for the perpendicular line in slope intercept form for (-3,5);y=1/3x-2
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2 months ago
Kelly took a quiz on decimals that had 151515 questions. She got \dfrac45 5 4 ? start fraction, 4, divided by, 5, end fraction of those questions correct. She took another quiz on fractions that had 121212 questions. She got \dfrac56 6 5 ? start fraction, 5, divided by, 6, end fraction of those questions correct. On which quiz did Kelly get more questions correct?
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2 months ago
If a thermometer is represented by a vertical number line, locate the temperatures that are 4 degrees from 0°C
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2 months ago
Thomas used 25 square tiles to cover a patio with an area of 75 square feet. Paul used 20 square tiles to cover a patio with an area of 100 square feet. Sarah used 30 square tiles to cover a patio with an area of 120 square feet. Who used the square tile with the greatest side length, and what was its side length to the nearest hundredth ?
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2 months ago
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Which is equivalent to the expression? x2 + 6x + 4 A) (x + 3)2 + 5 B) (x + 3)2 − 5 C) (x − 3)2 + 5 D) (x − 3)2 − 5
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Write the equation of the line perpendicular to y= 2x +1 that passes through the point (6,2)
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Danielle needs to walk 3 miles. If she wants to reach her destination in 45minutes (3/4hour), how fast does she need to walk?
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2 months ago
Mark has $16 to buy lunch for himself and his sister. He wants to buy at least one sandwich and one bag of chips. Sandwiches cost $6 and chips cost $1.50. Write inequalities to represent the constraints on the number of sandwiches and bag of chips Mark could buy. Can Mark buy 2 sandwiches and 2 bag of chips?
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2 months ago
An automobile insurance company divides customers into three categories, good risks, medium risks, and poor risks. Assume that 78% of the customers are good risks, 20% are medium risks, and 2% are poor risks. Assume that during the course of a year, a good risk customer has probability 0.005 of filing an accident claim, a medium risk customer has probability 0.01, and a poor risk customer has probability 0.025. A customer is chosen at random. What is the probability that the customer has filed a claim? Round the answer to four decimal places.
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2 months ago
A line segment has (x1, y1) as one endpoint and (xm, ym) as its midpoint. Find the other endpoint (x2, y2) of the line segment in terms of x1, y1, xm, and ym. Use the result to find the coordinates of the endpoint of a line segment when the coordinates of the other endpoint and midpoint are, respectively, (1, −9), (2, −1) and (−2, 18), (5, 9).
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2 months ago
In the chart of accounts, each account number has two digits. The first digit indicates the major account group to which the account belongs. Which of the following correctly identifies the major account groups typically represented by the numbers 1 through 5?a) 1-Assets, 2-Liabilities, 3-Stockholders' Equity, 4-Expenses, 5-Revenuesb) 1-Assets, 2-Liabilities, 3-Stockholders' Equity, 4-Revenues, 5-Expensesc) 1-Assets, 2-Stockholders' Equity, 3-Revenues, 4-Expenses, 5-Dividendsd) 1-Stockholders' Equity, 2-Dividends, 3-Revenues, 4-Expenses, 5-Common Stock
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