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Math Statistics and Probabilities My book is absolutely no help at all!
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The sales of homes in a new development have been increasing. In January, 8 homes were sold, in February, 12 homes were sold. In March, 16 homes were sold. This pattern continued for the remainder of the year.
What is the explicit
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The explicit rule for a sequence is
The explicit rule for a sequence is
an=14−9n .
What is the recursive rule for the sequence?
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6x6x6x6x66x6x6x6x6x6x6x6x6x64x6x6x6x6x6x66x6x=
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The recursive rule for a sequence is shown.
The recursive rule for a sequence is shown.
an=an−1+6
a1=39
an=33n−6 an=6n−33 an=6n+33 an=33n+6
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Help me, please.
Help me, please.
Exercises: Perform the operations indicated.
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What is y=3x+b?
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The average daily minimum temperature for Pablo’s hometown can be modeled by the function f(x)=15.3sin(πx6)+44.1 , where f(x) is the
The average daily minimum temperature for Pablo’s hometown can be modeled by the function f(x)=15.3sin(πx6)+44.1 , where f(x) is the temperature in °F and x is the month.
x = 0 corresponds to January.
What
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The graph shows the distance y , in feet, a pendulum moves to the right
The graph shows the distance y, in feet, a pendulum moves to the right (positive displacement) and to the left (negative displacement), for a given number of seconds.
How many seconds are required for the pendulum to move from its resting position,
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The table shows the height in centimeters, that a weight bouncing from a spring would achieve if there were no friction, for a given number of seconds.
Time (s) Height (cm) 0 0 0.75 15 1.5 0 2.25 −15 3 0 3.75 15 4.5 0 5.25
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1.A rectangle and a square have the same perimeter. One side-length of the rectangle is longer than the other. What is the ratio between the areas of the rectangle and the square?
2.In rhombus ABCD, points E, F, G and
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Interesting trigonometry question
Find the Hieght of the triangle:
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How to solve this trigonometry question?
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Hectictar! A Year of Excellence!
Hectictar! A Year of Excellence!
One year of amazing answers, solutions, and elucidations.
Not enough troll posts, though
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Ann must a light bulb. She can choose between a 40W one for 0,60 euros or a 8W one for 4,20 euros...
Ann must a light bulb. She can choose between a 40W one for 0,60 euros or a 8W one for 4,20 euros. The elektricity is 0,20 euros per kWh. After how many hours is the second option cheaper to choose than the first option?
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Let f(x)=x2+3x+2 .
Let f(x)=x2+3x+2 .
What is the average rate of change of f(x) from 3 to 6?
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Let f(x)=−log(4x)+5.
What is the average rate of change of f(x) from 3 to 8?
Round your answer to the nearest hundredth. −11.74 −0.09 0.09 11.74
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The yearly profits of a company are shown in the table.
Which answer describes the average rate of change from Year 2 to Year 4?
Year Profits (thousands $)
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How many two-digit positive integers are congruent to 1 (mod 3)?
How many two-digit positive integers are congruent to 1 (mod 3)?
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