# A limited edition poster increases in value each year. After 1 year, the poster is worth $20.70. After 2 years, it is worth$23.81. Which equation can be used to find the value,y, after x years? (Round money values to the nearest penny.)

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Answer 1
Answer: y= 3.11x+ 17.59

I got this equation by doing 23.81-20.70 to find m, which is 3.11.
Then to find b, or y-intercept, I subtracted 3.11 from 20.70 to get the origin all price and got 17.59

## Related Questions

What’s the correct answer for this?

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Answer:

B.

Step-by-step explanation:

First GH =1

Scale factor of 0.5 is applied

GH=1×0.5

GH=0.5

A number, n, is multiplied by -3/8. The product is -0.5 What is the value of n?

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Answer:

n=4/3

Step-by-step explanation:

n*(-3/8)=-0.5

n=0.5/3/8

n=1/2 / 3/8

n=4/3

Check:

4/3*-3/8=-0.5

4/3*-3/8=-1/2

-1/2=-0/5

CORRECT!

Laquita divides 3 pizzas equally among her 5 children how much pizza does each child receive

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Answer:

0.6

Step-by-step explanation:

each child gets just over half a pizza

Answer:

About 4

Step-by-step explanation:

Depends how many slices each pizza is but based on the average 8 slice pizza, 8 slices each pizza 3 pizzas 8*3= 24 slices

24/5= about 4 slices per child with 4 slices left

Find angle x on the given figure

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Answer:

41 is correct

Step-by-step explanation:

90 + 49 = 139

180 - 139 = 41

1-1 Relations and Functions Marcus drives 32 miles to work each day. He records the number of minutes it takes him to drive and writes his average speed as the input and the number of minutes as the output. He recorded his information in a table, like the one shown below. Speed (mph) Time (minutes) 60 32 45 43 55 35 50 38 62 31 If Marcus drives no faster than 65 miles per hour, what is the domain that includes all possible average speeds using interval notation? O A. [0, 65] B. [65,-) O C. (0, 65) D. (65,-)​

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Answer:

A. [0, 65]

Step-by-step explanation:

Given that

Distance that Marcus drives every day = 32 miles.

The table having average speed as input and time taken as output is shown below in the table format:

To find:

The domain that includes all possible average speeds using interval notation = ?

Solution:

First of all, let us understand what is a domain of a function.

Domain of a function is set of valid input values that can be provided to the function so that it has a valid output.

If a function is written as:

then values of are the input given to the function.

In the given question statement, we are given that maximum Average speed attained by Marcus is 65 miles per hour.

That means domain has a maximum value of 65.

Let us learn something about interval notation.

( or ) means the value is not inclusive.

[ or ] means the value is inclusive.

Here 65 will be inclusive.

On the left side of comma, lower value is written and on the right side of comma, larger value is written.

So, domain for the current situation will be:

[0, 65]

0 is taken as the minimum value of domain here, because average speed value can not be negative.

This interval will contain all the possible values of input (average speed) as shown in the above table of values.

What are the coordinates of the vertices of the image after a 90-degree counter-clockwise rotation about the origin?
(2,3)
(-3,-1)
(2, -1)

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The coordinates of the vertices of the image after the 90-degree counter- clockwise rotation about the origin is :

• ( - 3, 2 )
• ( 1, -3 )
• ( 1, 2 )

### How to rotate 90-degree counter- clockwise rotation about the origin?

To perform a 90-degree counterclockwise rotation about the origin, follow these steps:

• Write down the coordinates of the point you want to rotate. Let's call the point ( x , y).
• To perform a counterclockwise rotation, switch the x and y-coordinates and negate the new x-coordinate. The new coordinates will be ( - y , x).

This means that the vertices will become :

( 2 , 3) ⇒ ( - 3, 2 )

( - 3, -1) ⇒ ( 1, -3 )

( 2, - 1) ⇒ ( 1, 2 )

Find out more on rotations at brainly.com/question/2271360

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