Answer:

Depreciation formula:

Total = starting value x (1 - percentage)^time

Total = 4200 x (1-0.08)^15

Total = 4200 x 0.92^15

Total = 1202.449 km^2

Rounded to nearest km = 1202 km^2

In the figure below, angle X is 35 degrees. What is the measure of angle Z?

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Suppose a movie starts at 5:00 p.m. and Lindsay, a customer who is always late, arrives at the movie theater at a random time between 5:10 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. Lindsay's late arrival time, in minutes, represented by ???? , models a uniform distribution between 10 and 45 min. Determine the height of the uniform density curve. Provide your answer with precision to three decimal places.

A baker is calculating the charge for two types of cookies. what formula tells the cost, in dollars, if chocolate chip cookies are $1.50/dozen and lemon frosted cookies $1.00/dozen. c=number of dozen of chocolate chip cookies; L=number of dozen lemon frosted; T=total charge.

A dolphin ate 2604 pounds of fish during the 31 days in march. What is the average amount of fish the dolphin ate per day.

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Suppose a movie starts at 5:00 p.m. and Lindsay, a customer who is always late, arrives at the movie theater at a random time between 5:10 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. Lindsay's late arrival time, in minutes, represented by ???? , models a uniform distribution between 10 and 45 min. Determine the height of the uniform density curve. Provide your answer with precision to three decimal places.

A baker is calculating the charge for two types of cookies. what formula tells the cost, in dollars, if chocolate chip cookies are $1.50/dozen and lemon frosted cookies $1.00/dozen. c=number of dozen of chocolate chip cookies; L=number of dozen lemon frosted; T=total charge.

A dolphin ate 2604 pounds of fish during the 31 days in march. What is the average amount of fish the dolphin ate per day.

The number of **web **pages would the designer have to make in order to save time using the new software will be **33 **web pages (at least).

Inequality is the **relationship **between two expressions that are not equal, employing a sign such as ≠ “not **equal **to,” > “greater than,” or < “less than.”.

We can set up an **inequality **to represent this, where **x **represents the number of web **pages **made.

1.5x > 1.25x + 8

The time with the new **software **is represented by 1.25x + 8 and the normal time is represented by 1.5x. The **number **of hours spent using the old **software **must be 1.5 times greater than the **time **spent using the new product.

Solve for x:

1.5x > 1.25x + 8

0.25x > 8

x > 32

Therefore, the number of **web **pages would the **designer **have to make in order to save time using the new software will be **33 **web pages (at least).

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**Answer:**

33 web pages (at least)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We can set up an **inequality** to represent this, where **x represents the number of web pages made.**

**1.5x > 1.25x + 8**

**1.5x** represents the number of hours it will take normally, and **1.25x + 8 **represents the time with the new software. 1.5x (amount of hours using old software) **needs to be larger** than the time it takes with the new software.

**Solve for x:**

1.5x > 1.25x + 8

0.25x > 8

**x > 32**

**So, the designer would have to make at least 33 pages.**

B)24

C)30

D)36

**Answer:**

24 years.

B is correct option.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let Sunita's current age is x and that of Mark's is y.

Hence, we have

**Now, in 12 years the ratio will be 5 to 6. Thus, we have**

**Cross multiplying, we get**

**Plunging, the value of x from equation (1)**

**Therefore, Mark's current age is 24 years.**

Mark's current age is 24

B. 21 Bo; 23 Erica

C. 16 Bo; 28 Erica

D. 19 Bo; 25 Erica

Answer: D. 19 Bo; 25 Erica

Step-by-step explanation:

Let x represent the number of yoga classes that Bo teaches in a week.

Let y represent the number of yoga classes that Erica teaches in a week.

Between the two of them, they teach 44 yoga classes each week. This means that

x + y = 44 - - - - - - - - - - -1

If Erica teaches 13 fewer than twice as many as Bo, it means that

y = 2x - 13

Substituting y = 2x - 13 into equation 1, it becomes

x + 2x - 13 = 44

3x = 44 + 13 = 57

x = 57/3 = 19

y = 2x - 13 = 2 × 19 - 13

y = 25

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

the correct answer is marked (1/2)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The average rate of change is the slope of the line between the two points at the ends of the interval.

m = (g(3) -g(-4))/(3 -(-4))

The values of the function we need are ...

g(3) = 5/(3-1) +2 = 2.5 +2 = 4.5

g(-4) = 5/(-4-1) +2 = -1 +2 = 1

So, the slope is ...

m = (4.5 -1)/7 = 3.5/7 = 1/2

**The average rate of change is 1/2**.

_____

On the attached graph, that value shows up as the coefficient of x in the equation of the line through the two points.

**Option B) **The statement does not make sense because the **sum** of the **probabilities** of Jonas** winning** and **not **winning the race must **equal = 1**

Since the above question says that the probability of Jonas winning the race is = **0.6**

And the question says that the probability of Jonas losing the race is = **0.5**

If we sum up the probabilities of winning and losing,

Probability = 0.4 + 0.5

= **0.9**

Hence, the above situation is not possible because the probability must be = **1.**

According to the phenomenon of Probability,

Let us consider two probabilities that are

The winning probability is given =** x **

The Losing probability is given = **y**

So,** x + y = 1** ( must be 1 )

**Therefore**, **Option B) **The statement does not make sense because the sum of the probabilities of Jonas winning and not winning the race must equal = 1

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Decide whether the following statement makes sense (or clearly true) or does not make sense (or is clearly false). Explain your reasoning. The probability that Jonas will win the race is 0.6 and the probability that he will not win is 0.5. Choose the correct answer below.

A. The statement makes sense because it is true that the probability of Jonas not winning the race is

B. The statement does not make sense because the sum of the probabilities of Jonas winning and not winning the race must equal to 1.

C. The statement makes sense because the probability of Jonas winning the race will always be between 0 and 1.

D. The statement does not make sense because the probability of Jonas winning the race cannot be greater than the probability of him not winning the race.