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Mode would I was taught mode most they both start with mo so if you were something the most it would be your favorite

Find the output, h, when the input, x, is - 18. h=17+ x/6

Triangle ABC is reflected across the y-axis to form the image A'B'C'. Triangle A'B'C' is then reflected across the x-axis to form the image A''B''C''. What type of rotation can be used to describe the relationship between triangle A"B"C" and triangle ABC

What is the different between the greatest green beans weight and the least green bean weight

John receives two credit card offers in the mail. Credit Card A: 1% introductory APR, 19.9% APR for purchases after the introductory period, and 22.9% APR for cash advances. Annual membership fee: $0. Credit Card B: 0% introductory APR, 20.9% APR for purchases after the introductory period, and 24.9% APR for cash advances. Annual membership fee: $0. What would be a valid reason for John to choose one card over the other? Select the best answer from the choices provided. A. John chooses Credit Card A because any purchases he makes after the introductory APR period will have a 1% APR because of the annual membership fee of $0. B. John chooses Credit Card B because he will not have to pay any interest on a cash advance if he makes his payments by the due date. C. John chooses Credit Card A because he will not have to pay any late fees if he makes a payment after the due date since he has $0 annual membership fee. D. John chooses Credit Card B because he will not have to pay any interest on his purchases during the introductory APR period.

Suppose you have a wallet with $5 bills, $10 bills, and $20 bills. If the probability of picking a $20 bill is 4/15, and the probability of picking a $20 bill is 4/15, and the probability of picking a $5 bill is 1/3, what is the probability of picking a $20 bill?

Triangle ABC is reflected across the y-axis to form the image A'B'C'. Triangle A'B'C' is then reflected across the x-axis to form the image A''B''C''. What type of rotation can be used to describe the relationship between triangle A"B"C" and triangle ABC

What is the different between the greatest green beans weight and the least green bean weight

John receives two credit card offers in the mail. Credit Card A: 1% introductory APR, 19.9% APR for purchases after the introductory period, and 22.9% APR for cash advances. Annual membership fee: $0. Credit Card B: 0% introductory APR, 20.9% APR for purchases after the introductory period, and 24.9% APR for cash advances. Annual membership fee: $0. What would be a valid reason for John to choose one card over the other? Select the best answer from the choices provided. A. John chooses Credit Card A because any purchases he makes after the introductory APR period will have a 1% APR because of the annual membership fee of $0. B. John chooses Credit Card B because he will not have to pay any interest on a cash advance if he makes his payments by the due date. C. John chooses Credit Card A because he will not have to pay any late fees if he makes a payment after the due date since he has $0 annual membership fee. D. John chooses Credit Card B because he will not have to pay any interest on his purchases during the introductory APR period.

Suppose you have a wallet with $5 bills, $10 bills, and $20 bills. If the probability of picking a $20 bill is 4/15, and the probability of picking a $20 bill is 4/15, and the probability of picking a $5 bill is 1/3, what is the probability of picking a $20 bill?

**Answer:**

See possible solutions below.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The statements are not given. But the following can be determined from the graph:

- More days recorded temperatures between 82 and 84 then other temperatures.
- The least number of days recorded temperatures between 88 and 90.
- The histogram is skewed to the right also known as positive skewed distribution.
- The mean and median will most likely be in the range of 82-84 temperatures. But the mean will be greater than the median.

Answer:

Step-by-step explanation:

**Answer:**

Volume = 11 1/4 feet cubed

90 cubes can be added to fill the prism.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

(L)(W)(H) = volume

(2 1/2)(3)(1 1/2) = 11 1/4 ft cubed

1 cube is 1/2 a foot so 2 1/2 ft is 5 cubes, 3 ft is 6 cubes, and 1 1/2 ft is 3 cubes.

(5)(6)(3) = 90 cubes

**Answer:**

Tommy and Manuel are 16 ft apart

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The locations of all three players are shown in the image below

They form a right triangle where the hypotenuse is 20 ft, and one of the legs is 12 ft. We must find the other leg.

We must use Pythagoras's theorem. Being a and b the legs of a right triangle and c its hypotenuse, then

Knowing c and one of the legs, say b:

Using the values c=20, b=12 we find

So, Tommy and Manuel are 16 ft apart

B. If Carl uses the two short pieces,how much more cable would be need?

C. After Carl has used 1 yard of cable,how much cable will he have left?explain your answer

**Answer:**

A- 5/6 and 1/4

B- 1/12

C- 3/4

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Given :** Carl has three lengths of cable,

Cable 1 - yard long,

Cable 2 - yard long,

Cable 3 - yard long

He needs at least 1 yard of cable.

**A. **Which two pieces together make a length at least 1 yard and closest to 1 yard?

We can form possible piece together

Taking 5/6 and 1/4

Taking 1/4 and 2/3

Taking 5/6 and 2/3

Length at least 1 yard and closest to 1 yard is the **5/6 yard and the 1/4 yard together.**

**B. **If Carl uses the two short pieces,how much more cable would be need?

The two short pieces 1/4 and 2/3 makes 11/12 of a yard,

So, **he would need** yards more of cable.

**C. **After Carl has used 1 yard of cable,how much cable will he have left?

Altogether he has yards of cable.

If he took the 1 cable needed, he would then have **3/4 of a yard leftover.**

a. the 5/6 yard and the 1/4 yard

b. the two short pieces makes 11/12 of a yard, he would need 1/12 yards more of cable.

c. altogether he has 1 and 3/4 yards of cable. If he took the 1 cable needed, he would then have 3/4 of a yard leftover.

b. the two short pieces makes 11/12 of a yard, he would need 1/12 yards more of cable.

c. altogether he has 1 and 3/4 yards of cable. If he took the 1 cable needed, he would then have 3/4 of a yard leftover.

no because if you simplify 0.248 to the nearest hundredth it turns into 0.25 therefore it will be less than 0.29

nope it is not :) although she already explained it

You can do it on a calculator and it gives you 2659/ 2500