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Suppose that the equation, y = 8(1.07)x, represents the winning prize money, in thousands, for first place in the a major auto race. X repr…
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Solve x + 8 < 3 and x + 9 > -4
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Is 9 a solution of -5 < x < 9
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Write an equation in point-slope form of a line that passes through the point (-5, 7) and whose slope is 6
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Write the solution as a set of ordered pairs given the equation y = 5000 + .12x, when x = 100, 112, 125.44.
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Solve for the given domain. Write the solution as a set of ordered pairs.
y = 6 – 3x, domain {-1, 0, 1, 2, 3}.
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Describe whether the following relationship has a positive, negative, or no correlation.
Your free time decreases a…
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Given the direct variation equation, y = kx, solve for the direct constant of variation of the line passes that through (2,4).
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Determine whether the relation in the table is a function, and if so, write a function.
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Given the function f(x) = 4x, find the value of f(4).
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State whether the following sequences are arithmetic; and if so, state the common difference.
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What are the x- and y – intercepts of the following equation: y = 4x + 20
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I love how ALMOST EVERY Question on math in open questions , are all very arduous :/
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I think it would be groovy if Open Study made a status bar lol, sometimes I want to put how im feeling or what im doing but i cant.
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What is 1+1 ? LOL i dont know.
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This website is better than any other website i have ever been to! It is so informative and its imperative all students know about this site…
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There are two consecutive even numbers such that six times the smaller number minus five times the greater number is -2. What is the small…
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Find the value of q: q + 3.7 = 3
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