Imagine that you are given two linear equations in slope-intercept form. You notice that the slopes are the same, but the y-intercepts are different. How many solutions would you expect for this system of equations?A. Cannot be determined
B. 0
C. 1
D. Infinitely many

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Answer 1
Answer:

B

If two lines have the same slope and different intercepts, then they will never cross each other; they are parallel lines. Therefore, they have no solutions since a solution is where the lines cross.

Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:B

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What are 2 irrational numbers between 13 and 15

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1. 13.1585824828741586788.......
2. 14. 4532514582525563325585.....

"An Irrational Number is a real number that cannot be written as a simple fraction."

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Evan typed 72 pages of notes one day. he typed 1/2 of the pages in the morning and 1/3 of the pages in the afternoon. he typed the rest of the evening. how many pages did he type in the morning afternoon and all together

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He typed 36 pages in the morning.     (72/2= 36)
In the afternoon, he typed 24 pages.    (72/3=24)
In the evening, Evan typed the last 12 pages.    ( 36+24=60   72-60=12)

Final answer:

Evan typed 36 pages in the morning, 24 in the afternoon, and midnight, totaling 72 pages for the day.

Explanation:

We need to apply fraction operations to find out how many pages Evan typed in the morning, the afternoon, and overall. He typed half of the pages in the morning, which is 72/2= 36 pages. He then typed one-third of the pages in the afternoon, 72/3= 24 pages.

To find out how many pages he typed in the evening, subtract what he typed in the morning and the afternoon from the total pages; 72 - 36 - 24 = 12 pages.

Therefore, Evan typed 36 pages in the morning, 24 in the afternoon, and 12 in the evening. Altogether, Evan typed a total of 72 pages that day.

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Label each pair of triangles with the postulate or theorem that proves the triangles are congruent.

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Answer:

We can conclude that Δ GHI ≅ Δ JKL by SAS postulate.

Step-by-step explanation:

Δ GHI and Δ JKL are congruents because:

1. Their sides GH and JK are equal (9 units = 9 units)

2. Their included angles ∠G and ∠J are equal (62° = 62°)

3. Their sides GI and JL are equal (17 units = 17 units)

Now, we can conclude that Δ GHI ≅ Δ JKL by SAS postulate.

I don't get 7/8n-3=5/8n+12??

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7/8n - 3 = 5/8n + 12
(7n)/8 - 3 = (5n)/8 + 12
7n - 24 = 5n + 96
7n = 5n + 96 + 24
7n = 5n + 120
7n - 5n = 120
2n = 120
n = 120/2
n = 60

The answer is: n = 60
Hey there, subtract 5/8n from both sides, 7/8n-3-5/8n+12-5/8n=1/4n-3=12, add 3 to both sides, 1/4n-3+3=12+3=1/4n=15, multiply both sides by 4, 4*1/4n=4*15, 4*15=60. So, n=60

The table shows the results of rolling a number cube, with sides labeled 1 through 6, several times. What is the experimental probability of rolling a 1 or a 5?

Express your answer in simplest form.

Outcome 1 2 3 4 5 6
Number of times outcome occurred 10 6 4 8 6 6

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Total number of rolls in the experiment:  (10 + 6 + 4 + 8 + 6 + 6)  = 40 .

Number of times  '1'  or  '5'  came up:  (10 + 6) = 16 .

Experimental probability of  '1'  or  '5'  :   16/40  =  40%
(Could change, and most likely will, in the next experiment.) 

Theoretical probability:  2/6  =  33-1/3 %


Answer:

1/4

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