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Jeff’s par scores for five rounds of a golf game were 4, –3, 5, –3, and –4. What was his final score? A. 7 B. –1 C. –19 D. 19
just add all of them
The center of rotation is point P. Which choice describes the rotation of ΔXYZ to form ΔX'Y'Z'? A. counterclockwise 270° B. clockwise 90° C. clockwise 270° D. counterclockwise 180° http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/802500_803000/802634/2/bafc802b88449439fba94f32c0775160ad232d2b/14_2138_30_question.jpg
Its clock wise
it either B or C
I think its B
Three vertices of a square are given. Find the coordinates of the fourth vertex. (–4, –2), (–2, –2), (–2, –4), ( , )
Which inequality is shown on this number line? assessment graphic A. h < –3 B. h < –2 C. h > –3 D. h > –4 http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/714500_715000/714749/2/94f9a964b1940d216881901f8ea2901c8440e36a/76879_question.jpg
Which inequality models this situation? The height of the ceiling is greater than 7.5 feet. A. h < 8 B. h > 8 C. h > 7.5 D. h < 7.5
What is the perimeter of rectangle ABCD shown on the coordinate plane? ____units http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/767500_768000/767522/2/c3e1287e870ebb14d4d5fd406435aad58efb3aa9/79244.jpg
Identify the independent and dependent variables. Larry is conducting an experiment to see how many inches of snowfall occur each hour during the day. A. Independent: inches of snowfall Dependent: time of day B. Independent: day of the week Dependent: inches of snowfall C. Independent: hours in a day Dependent: inches of snowfall D. Independent: time of day Dependent: inches of snowfall
C not the answer
I dont know what happened My computer just put in C
The answer is D
I didnt even type anything
do you want to review my answers or no? cause ill find someone else to help
I can do it
A cyclist rode at a constant speed as shown in the graph. After 5 seconds, he had traveled 70 feet. Use the graph to find how far the cyclist had traveled after 10 seconds. http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/720000_720500/720339/2/e9b5bfdadb8b05dfbe8cb7b3d445795b458e1750/77013_question.jpg
A flatbed truck can haul 60 crates in 5 loads. How many crates can it haul in 8 loads? A. 480 B. 68 C. 96 D. 300
A cheetah ran 704 feet in 8 seconds, and then another 328 feet in 4 seconds. What was the cheetah's average speed? A. 86 ft/s B. 94 ft/s C. 84 ft/s D. 85 ft/s
Ben makes $6 for 1 hour of work. How much would he make for 18 hours of work? A. $12 B. $108 C. $3 D. $24
Which equation could be used to solve the problem? A cheetah can run 90 feet in 1 second. At that rate, how far can the cheetah run in 30 seconds (d)? A. d = 90 • 30 B. d = 90 ÷ 30 C. d = 30 ÷ 90 D. d = 90 + 30
A restaurant keeps track of sales each week. According to the scatter plot, which amount is an estimate of sales that will be made in week 8? A. $2000 B. $500 C. $1500 D. $1000 http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/713500_714000/713830/3/59c99295c2d4335e4e63cb1aec24a27db6bf1b34/74468_question.jpg
What type of correlation is shown in the scatter plot? A. no correlation B. positive correlation C. negative correlation http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/767500_768000/767520/2/cef895ead2ef9fffaf714ff8f79e5f432d7feda3/79242.jpg
Is the ordered pair (4, 20) a solution to the equation y = 5x? If yes, is it the only solution? A. No, because the ordered pair does not fit the equation. B. Yes, but it is not the only solution to the equation. C. Yes, and it is the only ordered pair that fits the equation.
B I think
If x can be any number, how many solutions are there for the equation? y = 7x – 1 A. There are two solutions because there are two variables in the equation. B. There is no solution because there are no values for the variables that make the equation true. C. There is only one solution because all equations have one solution. D. There are many solutions because there are many values for the variables that make the equation true.
Here are 10 test scores: 50, 74, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 80, 82, 84. The mean of these scores is 76. How does removing the outlier 50 affect the mean? A. The set has 50 as an outlier and removing it decreases the mean by about 2. B. The set has 50 as an outlier and removing it increases the mean by about 3. C. The set has 50 as an outlier and removing it decreases the mean by about 6.
The box-and-whisker plot describes the scores of soccer teams in a recent tournament. What was the median score? A. 0 B. 2 C. 6 D. 4 http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/767500_768000/767519/2/5a365d24cad5dc392a4b3e004823a58be5b4a203/79233.jpg
How will adding the value 1000 affect the mean and median of the data set 5, 10, 17, 19, 20? A. The median increases and the mean stays the same. B. The mean increases and the median stays the same. C. The mean increases more than the median increases. D. The mean and the median increase by the same amount.
The histogram shows the number of books read by people participating in a local book club. Which statement is best supported by this histogram? A. Six people read more than 6 books. B. Four people read 6 to 8 books. C. Three people read no books. D. Between 6 and 8 people read 4 books. http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/767500_768000/767515/4/5bff26ca126ccd42f25babc2e86199a1fc6f8528/79229.jpg
Karen bowled 5 games. Her scores were 80, 95, 100, 85, 95. What is the mean of her scores for the 5 games? A. 91 B. 80 C. 95 D. 100
The probability of drawing a quarter from a bag of coins is 1/10 . What is the probability of drawing a coin that is not a quarter from the bag? A. 20% B. 90% C. 10% D. 100%
A spinner has five congruent sections numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Rahm made 50 spins of this spinner and recorded the outcomes in this table. Outcome Number 1 12 2 10 3 9 4 11 5 8 What is the theoretical probability of the spinner stopping on 5? What is the experimental probability of the spinner stopping on 5? A. Theoretical - 20% Experimental - 16% B. Theoretical - 20% Experimental - 20% C. Theoretical - 16% Experimental - 20% D. Theoretical - 20% Experimental - 8%
A number cube with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 is rolled 1000 times. About how many times would it be expected that a number greater than 5 is rolled? A. 333 B. 500 C. 167 D. 667
A I gotta go now sorry