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muscrat123

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CAN ANYBODY HELP ME WITH A FEW QUESTIONS? I WILL FAN AND MEDAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. anonymous
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    sure

  2. muscrat123
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    thanku thank u

  3. anonymous
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    yeah

  4. muscrat123
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    are u good with math?

  5. muscrat123
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    i really need to get an A

  6. anonymous
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    yep

  7. muscrat123
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    ok hold on. i need to start bc i didnt want to start until i knew i had someone to help

  8. anonymous
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    sure

  9. muscrat123
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    The two dot plots below compare the forearm lengths of two groups of schoolchildren: Based on the visual inspection of the dot plots, which group appears to have the longer average forearm length? Group X, because no child in the group has a forearm length longer than 12 inches Group X, because four children in the group have the least forearm length of 10 inches Group Y, because a child in the group has the least forearm length of 10 inches Group Y, because six children have a forearm length longer than 12 inches

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  10. anonymous
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    A or group X

  11. anonymous
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    B sorry

  12. anonymous
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    Group X, because four children in the group have the least forearm length of 10 inches is answer

  13. muscrat123
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    the answer is b ?

  14. anonymous
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    yes

  15. muscrat123
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    What is the initial value of the function represented by this table? x y 0 3 1 5 2 7 0 2 3 5

  16. anonymous
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    oh i got it, hope this help: 0 + 3 =3 1+ 4 =5 2+5 =7 3+6=9 5+7=12

  17. anonymous
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    so B

  18. anonymous
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    @Leong

  19. muscrat123
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    why b?

  20. anonymous
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    Because he answer increase by two each time

  21. anonymous
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    the I mean

  22. anonymous
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    yes!

  23. anonymous
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    :0

  24. anonymous
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    next question?

  25. anonymous
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    @muscrat123 look at my answers, you see how i got the results? now look at the number i plus in :)

  26. anonymous
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    :)

  27. anonymous
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    it increase with the results on side y! tadaaaaaaa

  28. muscrat123
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    yay thx

  29. anonymous
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    any more questions?

  30. muscrat123
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  31. anonymous
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    A

  32. anonymous
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    you chose correct answer :) great

  33. muscrat123
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    Two functions, P and Q, are described as follows: Function P y = 5x + 3 Function Q The slope is 2 and the y-intercept is 4. How much more is the slope of function P than the slope of function Q? 3 5 7 8

  34. anonymous
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    @Leong

  35. anonymous
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    @_greatmath7 I have to disagree with your answer on "The two dot plots below compare the forearm lengths of two groups of schoolchildren: Based on the visual inspection of the dot plots, which group appears to have the longer average forearm length?"

  36. muscrat123
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    yea actually now i think it is d. thx for the catch! @heretohelpalways

  37. muscrat123
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    @Leong @LynFran

  38. muscrat123
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    @robtobey

  39. anonymous
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    sorry

  40. anonymous
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    I have to do homework I am so so sorry I feel so bad :(

  41. muscrat123
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    only 3 more questions!

  42. anonymous
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    gtg I am sorry

  43. anonymous
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    ok 1 more question

  44. muscrat123
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    really fast

  45. anonymous
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    oh and it is D my bad LOL

  46. muscrat123
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    Two functions, P and Q, are described as follows: Function P y = 5x + 3 Function Q The slope is 2 and the y-intercept is 4. How much more is the slope of function P than the slope of function Q? 3 5 7 8

  47. anonymous
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    @iwanttolearn1212

  48. anonymous
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    @hep_people

  49. anonymous
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    @Lena772

  50. muscrat123
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    can u help me real fast? @_greatmath7

  51. anonymous
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    I will try But I don't really know functions

  52. muscrat123
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    There is a 90% chance of rain tomorrow and a 30% chance that the baseball game will be postponed. What is the probability that it will rain tomorrow and the baseball game will be postponed? 3% 6% 27% 60%

  53. anonymous
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    P(A & B) = P(A) * P(B) = .90 * .30 = .27

  54. anonymous
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    So C

  55. muscrat123
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    positive?

  56. anonymous
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    Yes

  57. anonymous
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    I am great at percents and fractions

  58. muscrat123
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  59. anonymous
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    go to desmond graphing calc and type in both questions and you will get answer

  60. anonymous
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    @muscrat123

  61. muscrat123
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    for the last question i posted? which question?

  62. anonymous
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    the last question you posted

  63. muscrat123
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    how do i use it?

  64. anonymous
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    here let me put link

  65. anonymous
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    or math papa

  66. anonymous
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    use math papa

  67. anonymous
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    you type in y=-3x-2 in algebra calc

  68. anonymous
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    how do you put links

  69. muscrat123
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    this is my last question: Two functions, P and Q, are described as follows: Function P y = 5x + 3 Function Q The slope is 2 and the y-intercept is 4. How much more is the slope of function P than the slope of function Q? 3 5 7 8

  70. anonymous
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    someone help @Loser66 @Leong

  71. anonymous
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    WILL GIVE MEDAL AND BE FAN PLEASE HELP

  72. muscrat123
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    @Zale101

  73. anonymous
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    @iwanttolearn1212

  74. muscrat123
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    @Owlcoffee

  75. muscrat123
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    Two functions, P and Q, are described as follows: Function P y = 5x + 3 Function Q The slope is 2 and the y-intercept is 4. How much more is the slope of function P than the slope of function Q? 3 5 7 8

  76. muscrat123
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    will fan

  77. anonymous
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    @Owlcoffee

  78. muscrat123
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    @jammy987

  80. muscrat123
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    @Owlcoffee r u gonna reply?

  81. muscrat123
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    @shabbaranks

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    @Katherine2016

  83. muscrat123
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    Two functions, P and Q, are described as follows: Function P y = 5x + 3 Function Q The slope is 2 and the y-intercept is 4. How much more is the slope of function P than the slope of function Q? 3 5 7 8

  84. anonymous
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    @Kaelyn78

  85. Owlcoffee
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    Function "P" represents a line, you can determine what geometric body it forms by looking at the variable with the highest exponent, and since both x and y have an exponent of "1" we can conclude that funciton "P" represents a line. A line is all the set of points that form a colineal vector with \(\vec u\) which is called the "director vector" of the line, and the line is composed by all the points that form a colineal vector with \(\vec u \) on the axis defined by the direction of the vector and any given point. That+s pretty much all there is to "lines", but what is most important is that lines can be respresented with equation that follow a certain structure, there are a total of 8 forms to express the equation of a line, but you only need to worry about two of them; The general form of the line : \(ax+by+c=0\) and the "point-slope form": \(y=mx+c\) You can see that the line represented by the function "P" follows the structure of the second structure: \(y=mx+c\) where "m" is the slope and "c" is the y-interception. This means, that only observing the equation of the function you can pull out the slope and the y-interception of the function "P". \[y=5x+3\] We can see that it follows the structure \(y=mx+c\) so therefore, we can see that the slope of function "P" is 5 and the y-intercept being "3".

  86. muscrat123
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    i already figured it out but thanks

  87. anonymous
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    sorry I'd really like to help but I'm not practiced enough to be confident that I can teach anyone

  88. anonymous
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    for this question: 5-2

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