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Answer 1


I think this the answer. you have to figure it out by analysis the graph

Answer 2
Answer: The graph is (-4,0),(0,1),(1,2),(2,4) and the questions are increases and then decreases

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How do you find the maximum or minimum of g(x) = 2x^2 + 12x +14


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Can you please answer the question in the attachment?


15a) The answer is 3x+10 
b) you could have 3x 4x and 5x 
c) 4x+2 (you add up the 3 expressions and divide by 3) 
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Simplify the following polynomial expression. (5x^4-9x^3+7x-1)+(-8x^4+4x^2-3x+2)-(-4x^3+5x-1)(2x-7)



5x^4 - 37x^3 - 6x^2 + 41x - 6

Step-by-step explanation:

Nicole wants to wallpaper the back wall of her bedroom. The wall is in the shape of a rectangle. Its length is 17 feet and its width is 13 feet. Suppose wallpaper costs $5 for each square foot. How much will wallpaper cost for the wall?


First, calculate the area of the wall in square feet.

Area = Length times Width equals 17 times 13.

Then, multiply the area in square feet times the cost for each square foot.

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Step-by-step explanation:

Tim has a picture frame that is 30 cm long and 24 cm wide. He wants to make a picture frame that is similar in shape but is 18 cm long. How wide should this second picture frame be?


We can set up a proportion to find the same shape.

30/24 = 18/x

x stands for how wide in cm.

30/24 = 18/x

Cross multiply

30*x = 30x
24*18 = 432

432 = 30x

30x/30 = 432/30

x= 14.4

Answer: The width should be 14.40 cm wide.
30 - 24 = 6
18 - 6 = 12
12 cm wide

Paul is taking inventory of unsold ladies’ dresses from last month. The following matrix shows how many of each dress were left in red, blue, white, and green. The matrix below shows the new stock of the same color dresses that arrived in the store today. Which matrix shows the total number of dresses of each color and size that Paul has in stock before any sales were made today?




Step-by-step explanation:

Just add both matrices

Based on the number of dresses in stock, and the new stock that arrived, the matrix that showed the total number of dresses that Paul had in stock before sales is attached.

Which matrix shows the number of dresses before sales?

You can find this out by adding the numbers in the Matix before the new stock arrived, to the matrix that shows the new stock.

Sum the numbers in each position to get the new quantity:

= Small red + Small red new stock

= 2 + 3

= 5

= Medium Blue + Medium blue new stock

= 0 + 4

= 4

= White Large + White large new stock

= 3 + 1

= 4

Do this for all of them.

The new matrix is shown attached.  

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