The answer is four or 4

**Answer:**

Its 4

**Step-by-step explanation:**

10 points ... for anyone

**Answer:**

gimmethat

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Max is scuba diving at an elevation of −64.5 feet when his friend signals to come higher. Max makes two ascents, each an equal distance, to reach an elevation of −21.4 feet, where his friend is located. What was Max's elevation after his first ascent? Enter your answer as a decimal in the box.

**Answer:**

-42.95ft

**Step-by-step explanation:**

First, find the change in elevation between where Max starts and where his friends are:

-21.4ft-(-64.5ft)=43.1ft

Since we're told that he makes two equidistant ascents, we know that each ascent would be equal to:

43.1ft/2=21.55ft

Now we take the height that he started at and add the height that he would gain in his first ascent

-64.5ft+21.55ft=42.95ft

Consider the points (-5,2) and (3,-9)

What's the horizontal distance between the two points?

**Answer:**[tex]\sqrt{185}[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[tex]\sqrt{(-5-3)^2+(2+9)^2}[/tex]

12*500 i dont feel like doing this rn

Answer: 6000

Step-by-step explanation:

12*100= 1200*5= 6000

The answer is 6000 :)))

what is X-3+4*765 if X= 90

**Answer: 3147 **

**Step-by-step explanation: because ur my bestayy**

1. How many feet long is the space Mr. Hamilton wants to fill with pictures? Explain how you know

2. Convert this length to inches

**Answer:**

4 feet I think

**Step-by-step explanation:**

8 pictures can fit on the wall, the person that said 4 is correct for a part. (Correct me if I’m wrong but I’m sure I’m not!)

A tire from Karens car is shown below Which is closest to the distance traveled, in feet, after 3 full rotations of the tire? use pi= 22/7

**Answer:**

264 inches

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Circumference = pi x diameter

28 x 22/7 = 88 (in)

88 x 3 = 264 (in)

The closest **distance **traveled by **Karen's **car is, 18.86 feet.

The circle is a closed two dimensional figure , in which the set of all points is equidistance from the center.

We know that;

One **rotation **of the tire is equal to the circumference of the tire.

And, The formula for **circumference **of a circle (remember that a tire is shaped as a circle) = πd

where, π = 22/7

d = diameter

Here, The size of one **revolution **= 2 x 22/7

= 44/7 feet

Hence, The distance covered in one rotation of the tire is 44/7 feet

So, The **distance **covered in 3 rotations = (44/7) x 3

= 18.86 feet

Learn more about the **circle **visit:

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**The complete question is this,**

A tire from Karen's car is shown below. Which is the closest to the distance traveled, in feet, after 3 full rotations of the tire? The diameter is 2 feet, by the way.

Determine whether each figure creates the conditions to form a unique triangle, more than one triangle, or no triangle..

8 cm along the left side of the triangle and 45 degrees in the lower left of the triangle....

more than one triangle

a unique triangle

no triangle

**Answer:**

(a) more than one triangle

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Specifying one side and one angle is not sufficient to define a particular triangle. **More than one triangle **can meet those requirements.

Ramiro is 3/10 as tall as the flagpole. The flagpole is 5/9 as tall as the nearby tree. The tree is 32 2/5 feet tall. How tall is Ramiro?

**Answer:**

5.4 feet

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Start with the flagpole. It is 5/9 of 32 2/5.

32 2/5 = 162/5.

5/9 * 162/5 = 162/9.

Ramiro is 3/10 as tall as 162/9.

3/10 * 162/9 = 27/5, or 5.4 feet tall

His height is 5.4 f

Thank you...

Which expression use the associative property and make it easier to evaluate 6 (3/2 x 1/5)

**Answer:**

D

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Associative property moves the parentheses, but the numbers stay in the same order.

I really need help if u want to help me I will be ur best friend lol help me pls girls and boys! also, i neeeeeed you to not just use this for points, i actually need help ya'll

**Answer:**

denise:39

Denise:19.5

David:19.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

They split the pears between the two. it shows that n is 39 and the both had pears

denise:19.5

David:19.5

**Answer:**

denise:39

Denise:19.5

David:19.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

look at the other person srry

What is the solution to this equation?

−6(x+7)=−30

Enter your answer in the box.

**Answer:**

x = -2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

-6(x + 7) = -30

distribute the -6

-6 * x = -6x and -6 * 7 = -42

-6x - 42 = -30

add 42 to both sides

-6x = 12

divide both sides by -6

-6x/-6 = x and 12/-6 = -2

we're left with x = -2

Please help please and thank you

**Answer:**

The answer is 1.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The answer is 1.5

The correct answer is -1.5

Someone help me with this please, I really need help, and it's due tmrw...PLEASE

**Answer:**

[tex]y=2x+4[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

y = 2x + 4 (i think thats the answer)

Help plz:

10. Remove the parentheses by multiplication:

a. 6(2a - 4) =

b. x(2x + 10) =

c. 5(9x - 9) =

d. 3x(2x - x) =

**Answer:**

A = 12a - 24

B = 2x² + 10x

C = 45x - 45

D = 6x² - 3x²

**Step-by-step explanation:**

You can solve all of these by distributing the first number/variable into the parenthesis. Just multiply the number outside the parenthesis by each of the terms inside the parenthesis.

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Drag each graph to the correct location on the table. Identify the scatter plots that show a positive association, a negative association, or no association.

Graph 1 negative

Graph 2 negative

Graph 3 no correlation

Graph 4 positive

Graph 5 no correlation

Graph 6 positive

(Arranged from first to last)

Graph 2 negative

Graph 3 no correlation

Graph 4 positive

Graph 5 no correlation

Graph 6 positive

(Arranged from first to last)

Meghan made [tex]$458[/tex] in her last paycheck. If she would like to

save at least [tex]$175[/tex]of it, how much can she spend?

X - How Much She Can Spend

**Answer:**

She would be able to spend 283

**Step-by-step explanation:**

458-175=283

Hope this helps!

458 - 175= 283

Meghan can spend 283

Meghan can spend 283

What is the probability of choosing a burrito with cheese and a taco or wrap with salsa??

**Step-by-step explanation:**

50/50 chance of choosing one or the other because there is only two options

I shall give the right answer brainliest

**Answer:**

I would say that the answer is **1**** ****×**** ****1****0****^****1****.**** **

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Hope this helps. If I get it wrong I'm sorry. :S

**Answer:**

C

**Step-by-step explanation:**

C:7,000 x 10^1 = 70,000

B:7,000 x 1.1 = 7,700

D:7,000 x 10^-1 = 700

A:7,000 x 63,000 = 441,000,000

Natalia is moving into a new house. All together, her furniture weighs 2,896 pounds. If it takes 2 trucks to carry all of Natalia's furniture, what is the average weight load on each truck?

**Answer:**

1448 Pounds per truck

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Divide 2896 by 2

If you haven't learned long division yet, try breaking up the number and dividing it by 2 like this:

2000/2=1000

800/2=400

90/2=45

6/2=3

Then, add them up and solve from there: 1000+400+45+3=1400+48=1448

**Answer:**

1448

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2,896/2 = 1448

Hope this helps!

The y axis is _____________

horizontal

vertical

diagona

**Answer:**

**VERTICAL**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Im 100% certain that it is vertical. The y-axis is vertical.

Your friend finds the value of 8⁴. 8⁴ = 8x4 = 32 Is your friend correct? Explain

I would say my friend is correct. I think this because when doing function tables, i would often say x2, x5, etc. This would mean that it would be X x 2, and X x 5. If you replace the "x" and turn it into 8, than I would think it would mean the same thing. So, yes. My friend is correct.

I'm not sure if this was what you were looking for, but I hope this helps somehow!

Does the equation y = x represent a function?

Y equals 16 to be correct

Sarah wanted to buy a TV. She had $390 in her pocket. The TV she wanted was $415; however she had a 10% off coupon. The sales tax is 6%. Does she have enough money to purchase the TV?

Answer: Sarah does not have enough money to purchase the TV.

Explanation: The total price is $395.91.

**Answer:**

No

**Step-by-step explanation:**

10% of 415

= 1/10 of 415

= 1/10 * 415

= $41.5

415 - 41.5 = $ 373.5

6% of 415

= 6% * 415

= $24.9

∴ $373.5 + $24.9 = $398.4

∴ Sarah cannot buy the TV as she is $ 8.4 short.

Question: 5/12 − 2/5= 1/60

A. The answer 1/60 is not reasonable because 5/12 is closer to 1 than to 1/2, and 2/5 is closer to 0 than to 1/2, making the difference close to 1/2.

B. The answer 1/60 is not reasonable because 5/12 is closer to 1/2 than to 1, and 2/5 is closer to 0 than to 1/2, making the difference close to 1/2.

C. The answer 1/60 is reasonable because both fractions are closer to 1/2 than they are to 0, making the difference close to 0.

D. The answer 1/60 is reasonable because both fractions are closer to 1 than they are to 1/2, making the difference close to 0.

**Answer:**

C

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**It is reasonable**: the answer is both reasonable and correct because 5/12 - 2/5 = 1/60. This is because using cross multiply, 5 x 5/12 = 25/60, 12 x 2/5 = 24/60. 25/60 - 24/60 = 1/60.

**Both are closer to half: **half out of 12 would be 6/12 and 0 would be 0/12, so 5/12 is closer to half because 5/12 is closer to 6/12 than 0/12. Half out of 5 would be 2.5/5 and 0 would be 0/5, so 2/5 is closer to half because 2/5 is closer to 2.5/5 than 0/5.

**The difference is close to 0: **1/60 is very close to 0. It's only worth 0.016.

The answer is b bc if you know how to work it out then you can find it

The following table shows the number of visitors to Yellowstone National Park from 2000 to 2006.

What was the percent of change in the number of tourists between 2000 and 2001?

**Answer:**

79,707

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2,838,233 - 2,758,526= 79,707

2,838,233

-2,758,526

——————

79,707

-2,758,526

——————

79,707

I promise I will give you a crown if you do it right.

Q. Arrange the following integers in ascending order.

a. 3902, -3923, -3454, -3345, 3623, -3212.

b. 1005, -1090, -1420, -1230, 1302.

c. -100, -110, -99, 99, 101, 110.

d. 9990, 9011, 9909, -9099, -9990, 9099.

**Answer:**

A) -3923, -3454, -3345, -3212, 3623 and 3902.

B) -1420, -1230, -1090, 1005 and 1302.

C) -110, -100, -99, 99, 101 and 110

D) -9990, -9099, 9011, 9099, 9909, 9990

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Im doing this till 3:30

**Answer: C**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

First set greater than 300 since Zack has to make more than 300 to make a profit. The equation is the amount he makes (n) - cost of supplies ($32.50). He is completing 4 rooms so multiply (n - 32.5) with 4.

The equation would be 4 (n - 32.5)>300

Now to solve for n, divide 4 on other sides, then add 32.5 to both sides.

Which point on the number line represents Negative three-fourths?

A number line going from negative 2 to positive 1 in increments of 1. There are 4 equal spaces between each number. Point A is 1 mark to the right of negative 2. Point B is 1 mark to the right of negative 1. Point C is 1 mark to the left of 0. Point D is 1 mark to the left of 1.

A

B

C

D

**Answer:**

A

**Step-by-step explanation**

**i am biggest brain**

If each unit on the grid represents 2.5 inches, find the height of the triangle.

**Answer:**

15

**Step-by-step explanation:**

on edge

The answer is 15 inches

Sarafina Ltd is considering two new investment projects, project A and project B. Each project would require an immediate cash outlay of Ksh. 10 million. The company expects to have available enough resources to undertake only one of the projects.The company management believe that return from existing activities and from the new projects will depend on economic environment that will prevail during the coming year. The estimated returns and probabilities of the possible economic environments are as follows:Economic environmentGoodFairBadProbability0.30.40.3Return from project A (Ksh "000")12,50012,5009,500Return from Project B (Ksh "000")10,00011,75013,000Aggregate return from existing portfolio of projects. (Ksh "000")90,000120,000130,000The company has a current market value of Ksh. 100 million. The management believe that the risks and returns per shilling of market value of their existing activities are similar to those of the stock market as a whole, including their dependence on whichever economic environment prevails. The return on treasury bills is 8% per annum.Using CAPM, advise the management of the company on which of the two projects should be accepted.
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