False

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Answer:

Answer: True

Explanation: The domain of a quadratic function in standard format is always all real numbers, meaning you can substitute any real number for x. The range of a function is the set of all real values of y that you can get by plugging real numbers into x.

Linear function is almost always going to be all real numbers. The range of a non-horizontal linear function is all real numbers no matter how flat the slope might look.

Answer:
true....

the range of the function shows all real values

the range of the function shows all real values

PLEASE HELP ASSIGNMENT DUE TODAY NEED TO PASS 1) You have 2 lines. The first goes through points (6, 2) and (4, 6). The second goes through points (5,-1) and (1, 1). These lines are:A) perpendicularB) parallelC) horizontal and verticalD) none of the above2) You have 2 lines. The first goes through points (7, 0) and (4, 6). The second goes through points (1, 1) and (5,3). These lines are:A) perpendicularB) parallelC) horizontal and verticalD) none of the above

Consider △LNM.Which statements are true for triangle LNM? Check all that apply.

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A piece of rope there is 28 feet long is cut into two pieces. One is use to form a circle and others used to form a square. Write a function G representing the area of the square as a function of the radius of the circle R

Adrian shops for school clothes and spends a total of $93.42. If the local tax rate is 8%, how much was the cost without taxes?

Consider △LNM.Which statements are true for triangle LNM? Check all that apply.

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A piece of rope there is 28 feet long is cut into two pieces. One is use to form a circle and others used to form a square. Write a function G representing the area of the square as a function of the radius of the circle R

Adrian shops for school clothes and spends a total of $93.42. If the local tax rate is 8%, how much was the cost without taxes?

x = 0.973

3e^(2x) +5 = 26

3e^(2x) = 21 . . . . . subtract 5

e^(2x) = 7 . . . . . . . divide by 3

2x = ln(7) . . . . . . . .take the natural log

x = ln(7)/2 ≈ **0.973** . . . . divide by 2 and evaluate

**Answer:**

x= .973

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3e^2x +5=26

Subtract 5 from each side

3e^2x +5-5=26-5

3e^2x =21

Divide by 3 on each side

3/3e^2x =21/3

e^2x =7

Take the natural log on both sides

ln (e^2x) =ln (7)

2x = ln (7)

Divide by 2

2x/2 = ln(7)/2

x = ln(7)/2

x is approximately .972955075

Rounding to the nearest thousandth

x = .973

The **angles **of **rotation **that would **not map** the figure onto itself will **not **be the **multiple **of **40 **and this can be determined by evaluating the possible **angle **of **each rotation**.

Given :

- A nonagon is a nine-sided polygon.
- A regular nonagon was rotated about its center point.

To determine **angels **of **rotation **that would **not map **the figure onto **itself**, first, evaluate the **possible angle **of **each rotation**.

To determine the possible **angle **of **each rotation **the following calculation can be used:

The possible **angle **of **each****rotation **is the **ratio **of the complete **rotation **to the number of **sides**.

Each Rotation =

So, the **angles **of **rotation **that would **not map** the figure onto itself will **not **be the **multiple **of **40**.

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**Answer:**

See Explanation

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Given**

**Required**

Angles of rotation that would not map the shape on itself

Side of a nonagon is:

and a complete rotation is:

To start with, we calculate a possible angle of each rotation:

This is calculated by dividing the complete rotation by number of sides

**The question lacks option; so, it's difficult to give a specific answer.**

**However, I'll give a generalized answer**

For the nonagon to map on itself, the angle must be a multiple of the **calculated angle of rotation (40)**

**i.e.**

**Any angle different from the above listed angles (or any other multiple of 40 not listed above) answers the question.**

B 49,000,000

C 615,440,000

D 153,860,000

Pi*r^2

3.14*7000^2

153,860,000

3.14*7000^2

153,860,000

**Answer: See below**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The point-slope equation is y-y₁=m(x-x₁). Since we don't know our slope, we can use the formula to find the slope. All we have to do is use the coordinate we were given and plug it into the formula.

Now that we have the slope, we can fill out the point-slope equation.

**y-(-3)=2/5(x-(-3))**

**y+6=2/5(x+3)**

This is the point-slope form.

Now, we can distribute and solve to get slope-intercept form.

**y+6=2/5x+6/5**

**y=2/5x-24/5**

The equation of the line through the points (-3,-3) and (2,-1) can be found using point-slope form. It is y = (2/5)x - 9/5 in slope-intercept form.

To find the equation of a line using the point-slope form, we need to determine the slope of the line and use one of the given points to write the equation. Firstly, let's find the slope of the line using the formula: m = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1). Plugging in the coordinates (-3, -3) and (2, -1) into the formula gives us m = (-1 - (-3)) / (2 - (-3)) = 2/5. Now, we can choose one of the points (for example, (-3, -3)) and use the point-slope form equation: y - y1 = m(x - x1). Substituting the values, we get y - (-3) = (2/5)(x - (-3)). Simplifying the equation yields y + 3 = (2/5)(x + 3), which is the equation of the line in point-slope form.

To rewrite the equation in slope-intercept form y = mx + b, we need to isolate the y variable. Distributing the (2/5) to (x + 3) in the point-slope form equation gives us y + 3 = (2/5)x + 6/5. Subtracting 3 from both sides gives us y = (2/5)x + 6/5 - 3. Simplifying further, the equation becomes y = (2/5)x - 9/5. Therefore, the equation of the line through (-3, -3) and (2, -1) in slope-intercept form is y = (2/5)x - 9/5.

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140°

Pentagons add up to 540° so if you add all the degrees you get 400° and if subtracted from 540° you get 140°

Pentagons add up to 540° so if you add all the degrees you get 400° and if subtracted from 540° you get 140°

**Answer:**

d = s x t

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The formula for distance.