B) Graph B

C) Graph C

D) Graph D

Answer:
Can u add a picture of the graphs I can’t tell what the answer is if I don’t have the graph

Answer:
a straight line graph

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according to the line plot how many more Runners ran 1/3 of a mile for their warm-up than ran 1/4 of a mile

Suppose you are an elementary school teacher. You want to order a rectangular bulletin board to mount on a classroom wall that has an area of 90 square feet. Suppose fire code requirements allow for no more than 30% of a classroom wall to be covered by a bulletin board. If the length of the board is three times as long as the width, what are the dimensions of the largest bulletin board that meets fire code?

A carpenter cuts a board 3 3/8 feet off the end of a board that is 6 1/2 feet long. How long is the remaining piece of board?

A school has 5000 students. There are 1500 freshman, 1500 sophomores, 1000 juniors, and 1000 seniors. At 8:00 AM, all students are in class; there are 200 classes that each have 25 students. The administration wants to give a survey asking the students about their favorite classes. They wish to poll 100 students. The entire student body is assigned a number, and then a random number generator is used to select 100 of those numbers at random. The students matching those numbers are given the survey. What sampling method was used?

according to the line plot how many more Runners ran 1/3 of a mile for their warm-up than ran 1/4 of a mile

Suppose you are an elementary school teacher. You want to order a rectangular bulletin board to mount on a classroom wall that has an area of 90 square feet. Suppose fire code requirements allow for no more than 30% of a classroom wall to be covered by a bulletin board. If the length of the board is three times as long as the width, what are the dimensions of the largest bulletin board that meets fire code?

A carpenter cuts a board 3 3/8 feet off the end of a board that is 6 1/2 feet long. How long is the remaining piece of board?

A school has 5000 students. There are 1500 freshman, 1500 sophomores, 1000 juniors, and 1000 seniors. At 8:00 AM, all students are in class; there are 200 classes that each have 25 students. The administration wants to give a survey asking the students about their favorite classes. They wish to poll 100 students. The entire student body is assigned a number, and then a random number generator is used to select 100 of those numbers at random. The students matching those numbers are given the survey. What sampling method was used?

**Answer:**

162 Joules

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Remember, the equation for the kinetic energy of an object is:

where m is the mass of the object in kg (kilograms), v is the velocity of the object in m/s (meters per second), and K is the kinetic energy of the object in J (joules).

We are given that the cat's mass is 4 kg. We will use this for m. We are also given that the cat is moving at 9 m/s. This would be it's speed. We can use this for velocity, or v. Plugging in we get:

So K, or the kinetic energy, would be 162J.

I hope you find my answer and explanation to be helpful. Happy studying.

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

it shows that each number is added by 6 so you would have to at 6+18 which would be DE=24

44 cm

154 cm

616 cm

**Answer: 154 cm is the answer**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

154 cm

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**Step-by-step explanation:**

168000*28%=47,040

**Answer:**

SSS

**Step-by-step explanation**

youre given only side conguencys, so you cant prove the angles are conguent

the other size is 10 too and there will be enough spaces with 1 foot left!!!! :)