Answer:

**Answer:**

Here, m is a line and we have to find the draw parallel line of line of m through a point P with the help of straightedge and compass,

The correct order of steps for constructing a line through point P that is parallel to line m are as follows,

**Step 1 :** Use the straightedge to draw a line n that passes through P and intersect line m, lebel the point of intersection as X,

**Step 2 :** Place the point of the compass on point X and draw an arc that intersect line m and n, label the intersection point A and B,

**Step 3 : **Without changing the width of the compass opening, place the point of compass on point P and draw an arc that intersect line n label the intersection point as C,

**Step 4 :** Place the point of compass on point A and open it to the width of AB,

**Step 5 :** With the compass opening set the width of AB, place the point of the compass On point C and draw an arc that intersects the arc that was drawn from point P lebel the intersection of arc as point Y,

**Step 6 :** Use the straightedge to draw PY

Answer:

**Answer:**

**Here's the list of the following sequence in the right order for you (I took the test myself and got this whole sequence right)**

1. Use the straightedge to draw a line n that passes through *P* and intersects line *m*. Label the point of intersection as point *X*.

2. Place the point of the compass on point *X* and draw an arc that intersects lines *m* and *n*. Label the intersections as points *A* and *B*.

3. Without changing the width of the compass opening, place the point of the compass on point *P* and draw an arc that intersects line *n*. Label the intersection as point *C.*

4. Place the point of the compass on point *A* and open it to width *AB*.

5. With the compass opening set to width *AB*, place the point of the compass on point *C* and draw an arc that intersects the arc that was drawn from point *P*. Label the intersection of the arcs as point *Y*.

6. Use the straightedge to draw *line PY*.

PLEASE HELP ME WILL MARK YOU IF YOU HELP(please answer all of them >_<)

Ernie scored 8 more points than Mike scored. Ernie scored 20 points.Let p be the number of points Mike scored. Can p be 12?

What is the value of the expression (0.5)4 ?

at bingo Carol won 13 out of 25 games that she played . What percent of the games did she win?? ASAP

Carla is going to the water slides and needs to figure out which deal is better. She can pay$31 to go on the water slides as much as she wants, or she can pay $13 to get in, plus anadditional $3 per trip down the water slides. If Carla goes on a certain number of trips downthe water slides, the two options are equivalent in terms of cost. How many trips is that?What is the cost?

Ernie scored 8 more points than Mike scored. Ernie scored 20 points.Let p be the number of points Mike scored. Can p be 12?

What is the value of the expression (0.5)4 ?

at bingo Carol won 13 out of 25 games that she played . What percent of the games did she win?? ASAP

Carla is going to the water slides and needs to figure out which deal is better. She can pay$31 to go on the water slides as much as she wants, or she can pay $13 to get in, plus anadditional $3 per trip down the water slides. If Carla goes on a certain number of trips downthe water slides, the two options are equivalent in terms of cost. How many trips is that?What is the cost?

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**Answer:**

560 m

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Jill's distance is given as 250 m.

John's distance can be computed as ...

distance = speed × time = (70 m/min)(3 min) = 210 m

Suzy's distance is given as 100 m.

Then the total distance is ...

250 m + 210 m + 100 m = **560 m**

**The distance traveled is 560 m in this relay**.

Answer is 49

112 divided by 8 is 14

14 multiplied by 3.5 is 49

112 divided by 8 is 14

14 multiplied by 3.5 is 49

The discriminant help us to identify the nature of the roots.

If Disc > 0, the function has two distinct roots

If Disc = 0, the function has repeated roots

If Disc < 0, the function has complex roots

The turning away of the function indicates a repeated root at that point.

Thus, the given quadratic equation has a repeated root at x = 2. So the discriminant of the function is zero.

**Therefore, the correct answer is option B**

If Disc > 0, the function has two distinct roots

If Disc = 0, the function has repeated roots

If Disc < 0, the function has complex roots

The turning away of the function indicates a repeated root at that point.

Thus, the given quadratic equation has a repeated root at x = 2. So the discriminant of the function is zero.

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

VP = 117 mm

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Corresponding sides of similar quadrilaterals are proportional.

VP/FD = BP/KD

VP = FD·BP/KD = (45 mm)·(78/30) . . . . multiply by FD; fill in the givens

**VP = 117 mm**

The **product **of the numbers are 36r and 32s.

When we **multiply **two numbers the resultant is called their **product**.

Given that, what can be the **products **of 6 and 6r and 8s and 4

a) 6 and 6r =

We can write it as =

6 x 6 x r

now **multiply **the numeric parts,

36 x r

= 36r

Similarly,

b) 8s and 4 =

We can write it as,

8 x s x 4

= 8 x 4 x s

now **multiply **the numeric parts,

= 32 x s

= 32s

Hence, the **products **are 36r and 32s.

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Product tells us we’re going to multiply.

6 x 6r = 36r

8s x 4 = 32s

We don’t have a number value to substitute in for r or s, so we just leave those variables as they are.

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6 x 6r = 36r

8s x 4 = 32s

We don’t have a number value to substitute in for r or s, so we just leave those variables as they are.

LMK if you have questions