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STILL DONT GET THIS QUESTION! HELPPPP PLSSS
state the domain and range, the restrictions, the intervals of increasing and decreasing, the roots, y-intercepts, and vertices
f(x)=+√x-2
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59.63*30382038302833
59.63*30382038302833
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the answer is right but i am not sure if i can write it this way
can i reduce the numerator this way even thought there weren't any brackets there?
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Chemial equations
Complete the following Chemical equations:
(Of course, the amount of matter before and after the reaction must be the same;
If you don't know what it means, this means that there must be the same number of occurences of each element en each
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Find the area of the shaded sector with a radius of 14 and a central angle of 50 degrees. Leave you answer in terms of pi.
Find the area of the shaded sector with a radius of 14 and a central angle of 50 degrees. Leave you answer in terms of pi.
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what percentage of 921400 is 571900
what percentage of 921400 is 571900
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convert hexadecimal E7 into a decimal
convert hexadecimal E7 into a decimal
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what % of 921400=571900
what % of 921400=571900
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A regional manager visits local fast-food franchises and evaluates the speed of the service. If the manager receives her meal within 45 seco
A regional manager visits local fast-food franchises and evaluates the speed of the service. If the manager receives her meal within 45 seconds, the server is given a free movie-admission coupon. If it takes more than 45 seconds, the server receives nothing.
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Find the approximate surface-area-to-volume ratio of a bowling ball with a radius of 5 inches.
Find the approximate surface-area-to-volume ratio of a bowling ball with a radius of 5 inches.
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the answer is wrong and i cant find where's the mistake
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What percent of 89 is 36?
What percent of 89 is 36?
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3=log9(729)
3=log9(729)
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Rewrite the following relationships using function notation.
- An airplane needs to travel 400 km. Determine a function for the speed of the airplane, with respect to time.
-Scott wants to calculate the distance from his house to each of his friends' houses. If he drives at 50 km/h, find a function for the
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how do you find the volume of a 3D shape
how do you find the volume of a 3D shape
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Correlation Coeffecient
Is there a way to find the correlation coefficient (r) without a calculator? Or with an online calculator?
2orangedew@gmail.com
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How do you find the sector of a circle
How do you find the sector of a circle?
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Report an Error Problem: Mr. Pillot always rides his bicycle to work, and he begins his ride at the same time every day. If he averages 10 miles per hour, he
Report an Error Problem: Mr. Pillot always rides his bicycle to work, and he begins his ride at the same time every day. If he averages 10 miles per hour, he arrives at work 2 minutes late, but, if he averages 15 miles per hour, he arrives 1 minute early.
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Evaluate $(2009)^2 - (2008)(2010)$.
Evaluate $(2009)^2 - (2008)(2010)$.
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