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**Sample response: The formula for each is A = bh. Any parallelogram can be cut and made into a rectangle with the same area. The base and height of the parallelogram is the same as the dimensions for the rectangle.**

**Explanation: Just did the assignment.**

Answer:
area of rectangle A = l*w so area equal length time width

in case of a parallelogram A = length what is base time height what is the width corresponding of rectangle case

hope this is understandably sure easy

in case of a parallelogram A = length what is base time height what is the width corresponding of rectangle case

hope this is understandably sure easy

A movie theater owner determined that about 2 out of every 5 customers purchases popcorn. Which simulation could be used to answer questions about customers purchasing popcorn?

How do you multiply to find an equivalent fraction of. 3/10

HELP MEEEDirections: Type the correct answer in each box. Spell all words correctly, and use numerals instead of words for numbers.Use the coordinate grid below to answer the questions.What is the x-coordinate of Point A? What is the y-coordinate of Point D? Which point is on the x-axis? Which point is on the y-axis?

at 9am the outside temperature was -3 degree by the noon the temperature was 12 degree a news reporter said it was getting warmer outside.why is this incorrect?

please answer the area of rectangle is 24 cm Square if it's length is 5cm longer than its width find its length of the rectangle.

How do you multiply to find an equivalent fraction of. 3/10

HELP MEEEDirections: Type the correct answer in each box. Spell all words correctly, and use numerals instead of words for numbers.Use the coordinate grid below to answer the questions.What is the x-coordinate of Point A? What is the y-coordinate of Point D? Which point is on the x-axis? Which point is on the y-axis?

at 9am the outside temperature was -3 degree by the noon the temperature was 12 degree a news reporter said it was getting warmer outside.why is this incorrect?

please answer the area of rectangle is 24 cm Square if it's length is 5cm longer than its width find its length of the rectangle.

Calculated on each separate item because, the 5% is PER ITEM for example here in Florida, there is a 7% tax but no tax on unprepared food, but if you go to Whole Foods and buy 4 burgers and a head of lettuce they tax for each burger because if it was for the total cost they would be taxing for the head of lettuce which is not what the state law says you can do.

Algebra 2

**Answer:**

x ≈ ±20.086/√(t - 1)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

ln(t - 1) + ln(x²) = 6

Recall that lnu + lnv = ln(uv). Then

ln(t - 1) + ln(x²) = ln[(t-1)x²] = 6

Take the natural antilogarithm of each side

(t - 1)x² = e⁶

Divide each side by t - 1

x² = e⁶/(t-1)

Take the square root of each side

x = ±e³/√(t - 1)

x ≈ **±20.086/√(t - 1)**

**Answer:**

The answer is 2. ur welcome

In the analogy posed in the question, 'ready' is to 'prepared' as 'unmindful' is to 'neglectful'. That is, just as being ready is synonymous with being prepared, being unmindful is synonymous with being neglectful.

In English language, there is a type of analogy where a pattern of word pairs is presented and the pattern is to be completed with another pair of words that follows the same relation. In your question, 'ready is to prepared as unmindful is to....', therefore, we are trying to find a word that is to 'unmindful' as 'prepared' is to 'ready'.

**When someone is 'ready', it means they are 'prepared'**. In a similar way, when someone is 'unmindful', it means they are 'unprepared' or 'neglectful'. Therefore, 'unmindful is to neglectful' is the correct analogy to the given question, following the same pattern as the 'ready-prepared' analogy.

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The question seeks to find a word that is to 'unmindful' as 'ready' is to 'prepared'. This is looking for a word that shares a similar **relationship**, in this case, the word 'negligent'.

The question is a form of **analogy **or comparison where you are asked to find a word that is to 'unmindful' as 'ready' is to 'prepared'. In other words, you are looking for a word that has a similar relationship to 'unmindful' as 'prepared' does to 'ready'. When you are 'ready' you are 'prepared'. Therefore, when you are 'unmindful' you can be seen as being 'negligent' because both words signify a lack of attention or thoughtfulness.

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7-6a=6-7a

+7a on both sides gives you

7-X= 6

Subtract 7 from both sides

-X= -1

Add the negative sign in front of the x to the -1

X= --1

This will end up to be

x= 1

+7a on both sides gives you

7-X= 6

Subtract 7 from both sides

-X= -1

Add the negative sign in front of the x to the -1

X= --1

This will end up to be

x= 1

The **number **of the packages of buns will be **5 **and for hot dogs of **6 **packages. Then **both **will have the same number.

Expression in **maths **is defined as the collection of numbers variables and functions by using signs like addition, **subtraction**, multiplication, and division.

Numbers (constants), **variables**, operations, functions, brackets, punctuation, and grouping can all be represented by **mathematical symbols**, which can also be used to indicate the logical syntax's order of operations and other features.

Given that **Martha **is buying hot dogs and buns for the **class **barbecue. The hot dogs come in packages of **10**. The buns come in packages of 12.

The number of **packages **of hot dogs and buns will be **calculated **as below:-

Number of Buns = Number of hot dogs

12 x 5 = 10 x 6

60 = 60

Therefore, the **number **of the packages of buns will be **5 **and for hot dogs of **6 **packages. Then **both **will have the same number.

To know more about an **expression **follow

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Least number is 120 and 12 packs of hot dogs and 10 packs of buns