Answer:

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Standard equation of a circle is

As the radius is half of the diameter we can divide 12 by 2 to get a radius, then we can input values into this equation.

Mrs. Perez is buying a refrigerator for $1368.25, which includes taxes and delivery charges. She pays $497.80 in cash and will write a check for the balance. For how much should she write the check?

El Sr. Jorge Se Dedica A Reparar Y Construir Diferentes Estructuras Metálicas. Para Realizar Algunos Trabajos Envió A Su Ayudante Juan A Comprar Los Siguientes Materiales. 1. Barras De Solera De Las Siguientes Medidas: 1 1/8 in, 1 1/4 in Y 1/2 in. Al Llegar A La Ferretería, Le Muestran Un Manual Donde Aparecen Las Medidas Que Están Disponibles. a) 0.933 in b) 0.4375 in c) 0.5 in d) 1.375 in e) 1.125 in f) 1.933 in g 1.250 in h) 1.012 ¿Cuáles Medidas Del Manual Debe Pedir Juan?

a duck mass at Birth was 0.05 kg that duck gained approximately 0.042 kilograms each week after how many weeks is the duck Mass 0.890 kilograms

HELP ME QUICK! Which fraction is equivalent to 20%? StartFraction 1 Over 20 EndFraction StartFraction 2 Over 20 EndFraction StartFraction 4 Over 20 EndFraction StartFraction 5 Over 20 EndFraction.

Explain why you should record a 1 in the tens column when you regroup in an addition problem.

El Sr. Jorge Se Dedica A Reparar Y Construir Diferentes Estructuras Metálicas. Para Realizar Algunos Trabajos Envió A Su Ayudante Juan A Comprar Los Siguientes Materiales. 1. Barras De Solera De Las Siguientes Medidas: 1 1/8 in, 1 1/4 in Y 1/2 in. Al Llegar A La Ferretería, Le Muestran Un Manual Donde Aparecen Las Medidas Que Están Disponibles. a) 0.933 in b) 0.4375 in c) 0.5 in d) 1.375 in e) 1.125 in f) 1.933 in g 1.250 in h) 1.012 ¿Cuáles Medidas Del Manual Debe Pedir Juan?

a duck mass at Birth was 0.05 kg that duck gained approximately 0.042 kilograms each week after how many weeks is the duck Mass 0.890 kilograms

HELP ME QUICK! Which fraction is equivalent to 20%? StartFraction 1 Over 20 EndFraction StartFraction 2 Over 20 EndFraction StartFraction 4 Over 20 EndFraction StartFraction 5 Over 20 EndFraction.

Explain why you should record a 1 in the tens column when you regroup in an addition problem.

a quadrilateral with no congruent angles

B.

a quadrilateral with no congruent sides

C.

a quadrilateral with no right angles

D.

a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides

A trapezoid is a quadrilateral meaning it has four sides, and it also has one pair of parallel line meaning the lines will never touch so the answer is D.

and each rolled 3 games;

1. create a step function equation to calculate the cost per student per game

2. graph your step function

3. determine the total cost for this bowling outing

**Answer:**

- see below
- $72

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**1.** Since the function is supposed to give cost per game, it will be the stated cost per game (2.50 or 2.00) in addition to the quotient of the fixed cost and the number of games. For more than 2 games, the "fixed cost" is essentially the $5 shoe cost plus the premium on the first two games, an additional dollar.

For graphing purposes, we choose to use the "ceiling" function, so that any fractional game is charged at the price for the next higher integer number of games.

The "cost per game" function can be written as ...

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**2.** The graph is shown in the attachment.

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**3.** The cost per game for 3 games is c(3) = 6/3+2 = 4, so the cost for 3 games for 1 student is 3·4 = 12. **The cost for 6 students** is then 6·12 = **72 dollars**.

B. 57⁄90, rational

C. 63⁄90, rational

D. 63⁄99, rational

answer B

We assume x= 0.6333

100x = 63.3333

10x= 6.333 33 (subtract it )

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90x = 57 ( divide by 90 on both sides)

So x=

**Answer : **

When we can write a number in fraction form then it is a rational number.

We converted the decimal number into a fraction so it is** rational**

The answer is B. 57/90, rational.

Figure 2

Figure 3

based on the pattern, how many toothpicks will Jan use in figure 20?

Where Jan is using toothpicks to create patterns as shown below, He will need **79 toothpicks **to complete figure 16. This is an **arithmetic progression **problem.

As indicated above, the given **sequence **is an arithmeticprogression.

It is also to be noted that each figure increases with a number of 4 toothpicks.

Thus, to find how many toothpicks will be required at the 20th figure, we need to use the following formula:

The nth term of an **arithmetic sequence **is given by the formula:

For this sequence:

Learn more about **arithmetic progression **at:

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Full Question:

Although part of your question is missing, you might be referring to this full question:

Jan is using toothpicks to create patterns as shown below. Based on the pattern, how many toothpicks will Jan use in Figure 16?

See attached.

**Answer:**

63

** explanation:**

They are adding 2 triangles to each figure, you could do it the LONG way by adding 2 to each figure or use an explicit rule

Hope it helps!

150!! 50% of 100 is 50 so you add that to the original 100!

What percentage of the coins are pennies?

You just have to divide 240 by 600 and then multiply that by 100. So it will be 40%