Answer:
The answer would be $0.69 because that is 75% of .92

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What is 3x+23+100xFor math

David bought 50/100/25 policy with a $500 deductible on collision and $500 deductible on comprehensive coverage.If the base premiums are $310, $175, $148, and $85, respectively, how much is his total base premium if her rating factor is 2.15? $1,543.70 $1,254.50 $718.00 $324.22

Please answer ASAP i need to get this assignment done ive attached a photo of the graph and the answers

What is the value of x in the equation 6(5-8x)+12=54

What is 3x+23+100xFor math

David bought 50/100/25 policy with a $500 deductible on collision and $500 deductible on comprehensive coverage.If the base premiums are $310, $175, $148, and $85, respectively, how much is his total base premium if her rating factor is 2.15? $1,543.70 $1,254.50 $718.00 $324.22

Please answer ASAP i need to get this assignment done ive attached a photo of the graph and the answers

What is the value of x in the equation 6(5-8x)+12=54

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so at first you have 20

so

y= money saved so

so each week times 2 +20 =total because

you started with 20 then

x weeks times 2 gives you how much you earned so

y=2x+20

slope=2

(slope intercept form=y=mx+b where m=slope)

so

y= money saved so

so each week times 2 +20 =total because

you started with 20 then

x weeks times 2 gives you how much you earned so

y=2x+20

slope=2

(slope intercept form=y=mx+b where m=slope)

77% decrease

77% increase

73% increase

The **percent** of **change** from 100 to 27 is a 73% **decrease**. The **percent** of **change** is the value of a variable to which it **gains** or **losses** its magnitude.

The **percent** of **change** is calculated as follows:

% change = 100 × [final value - initial value]/(initial value)

The initial value is 100 and the final value is 27

So, the **percent** of **change** is

% change = 100 ×

= 100 × (-0.73)

= -73%

The **negative****sign** indicates a **decrease** from the initial value to the final value.

Therefore, the **percent** of **change** from 100 to 27 is a **73%****decrease**. So, option A is correct.

Learn more about the **percent** of **change** here:

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I'm no expert, but considering it went down its probably a decease. (duh). I think its 77%, but I'm not very good with percentages

James works in a flower shop. He will put 36 tulips in vases. He must use the same number of tulips in each vase. How many tulips could be in each vase?

There are multiple answers:

• if he has 36 vases, he would be able to put one tulip in each.

• if he has 18 vases, he would be able to put two tulips in each

• if he has 12 vases, he would be able to put three tulips in each

• if he has 9 vases, he would be able to put four tulips in each

• if he has 6 vases, he would be able to put six tulips in each

• if he has 4 vases, he would be able to put nine tulips in each

• if he has 3 vases, he would be able to put twelve tulips in each

• if he has 2 vases, he would be able to put eighteen tulips in each

Essentially you are looking to find out what the multiples are and then dividing to find the number of tulips.

• if he has 36 vases, he would be able to put one tulip in each.

• if he has 18 vases, he would be able to put two tulips in each

• if he has 12 vases, he would be able to put three tulips in each

• if he has 9 vases, he would be able to put four tulips in each

• if he has 6 vases, he would be able to put six tulips in each

• if he has 4 vases, he would be able to put nine tulips in each

• if he has 3 vases, he would be able to put twelve tulips in each

• if he has 2 vases, he would be able to put eighteen tulips in each

Essentially you are looking to find out what the multiples are and then dividing to find the number of tulips.

To find out how many tulips could be in each vase, divide the total number of tulips by the number of vases. The number of tulips in each vase will be the same.

To find out how many tulips could be in each vase, we need to divide the total number of tulips (36) by the number of vases. Since James must use the same number of tulips in each vase, the number of tulips in each vase will be the same.

So, to find out how many tulips could be in each vase, we divide 36 by the number of vases.

For example, if there are 6 vases, then the number of tulips in each vase would be 36 divided by 6, **which is 6. Therefore, each vase would have 6 tulips.**

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First, i would look at the word sum. what does it mean by sum? the sum of two numbers is what? I think of it as sum=its an addition problem and the sum is what those two numbers added together equal. For example the sum of one and two is thee.

Lets say Matt's number is x.

So we got three numbers here; x, 7.5 and 38.2.

how about i simplyfy; "the sum of his number and 7.5 is 38.2"

What it is saying is that...

x and 7.5's sum is 38.2

if sum means it is an addition problem and 38.2 is the answer to this addition problem between 7.5 and x, even though you want to find x... then if you know this, your neext step is to translate this into an equation.

x plus 7.5 equals 38.2

x+7.5=38.2.

when it is an equation, you must subtract 7.5 by both sides. so it would be x=38.2-7.5

38.2-7.5 is... 30.7

that means x, Matt's number, is 30.7.

to do some these kinds of problems, you have to translate the sentences into an equation.

when it says the word product it is a multiplication problem

when a number is decreased, it is less than the original amount. so you are subtracting from the original number. so it would be "the number minus lets say 2 is equal to lets say four." that would mean the number is 6. x-2=4 is the equation.

I hope this helped out... I don't have the time to explain everything... this info may help...

Lets say Matt's number is x.

So we got three numbers here; x, 7.5 and 38.2.

how about i simplyfy; "the sum of his number and 7.5 is 38.2"

What it is saying is that...

x and 7.5's sum is 38.2

if sum means it is an addition problem and 38.2 is the answer to this addition problem between 7.5 and x, even though you want to find x... then if you know this, your neext step is to translate this into an equation.

x plus 7.5 equals 38.2

x+7.5=38.2.

when it is an equation, you must subtract 7.5 by both sides. so it would be x=38.2-7.5

38.2-7.5 is... 30.7

that means x, Matt's number, is 30.7.

to do some these kinds of problems, you have to translate the sentences into an equation.

when it says the word product it is a multiplication problem

when a number is decreased, it is less than the original amount. so you are subtracting from the original number. so it would be "the number minus lets say 2 is equal to lets say four." that would mean the number is 6. x-2=4 is the equation.

I hope this helped out... I don't have the time to explain everything... this info may help...

B: Y=(x-5)^2-16

C: Y=(x-5)^2+16

D: Y=(x+5)^2-16

**Answer:**

B

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given

y = x² - 10x + 9

Using the method of completing the square

add/subtract (half the coefficient of the x- term)² to x² - 10x

y = x² + 2(- 5)x + (- 5)² - (- 5)² + 9

= (x - 5)² - 25 + 9

= (x - 5)² - 16 → B

Figure out the equation for each of the multiple choice.

Then you will get the answer .

For example:

a. (x+5)(x+5) +16

= x^2 + 5x+5x+25+16

= x^2+10x+41

1/2 × 12 × 10

= 6 × 10

= 60 square feet

Hope this helps!

= 6 × 10

= 60 square feet

Hope this helps!

120 ft.

Hope that helped :)

Hope that helped :)