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The piece of paper above is folded along the dotted lines to form a cube. If the edges of the cube meet with no overlap, what is the volume,…
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Which of the following is NOT a possible length of the side of a square with area less than 17?
A) 1
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Use a trigonometric function to find the value of x. I will add a picture and answer choices.
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Solve the triangle(will add picture). m<N = 118 degrees, m<P = 33 degrees, and m=15. Round to the nearest tenth.
A) m<M = 29 degrees, n …
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A triangle has a side with length 6 feet and another side with length 8 feet. The angle between the sides measures 73 degrees. Find the area…
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Solve the equation sin theta = 0.3 to the nearest tenth. Use the restrictions 90degrees < theta < 180degrees.
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Solve the equation sin theta = 0.3 to the nearest tenth. Use the restrictions 90degrees < theta < 180degrees.
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Use a reference angle to find the exact value of sin 300 degrees.
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Use the sum of a series to estimate the area under the curve f(x)=x^2+12x+13 over 0 less than or equal to x less than or equal to 12. Use 4…
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Use the sum of a series to estimate the area under the curve f(x)=x^2+12x+13 over 0 less than or equal to x less than or equal to 12. Use 4…
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Determine if the geometric series 14+21+63/2+189/4+... converges or diverges.
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Find the first 3 terms of the geometric sequence with a6=128 and a11=4,096.
A) 4, 16,64
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Find the sum s8 for the geometric series 6+0.6+0.06+0.006+...
A) 6.6666666
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Of the new cars in a car dealer's lot, 1 in 6 are white. Today, 4 cars were sold.
A) What is the probability that 3 of the cars sold were…
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Using Pascal's Triangle, expand (x+3y)^3 and (m+3n)^3. Show work.
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How do you find the interquartile range of a boxandwhisker plot?
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How do you find the interquartile range of a boxandwhisker plot?
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The table shows the probability distribution for the number of people who contract a disease in a scientific study. Find the expected number…
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Write an equation in standard form for the hyperbola with center (0,0), vertex (0,6), and focus (0,8).
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Write the equation of the line that is tangent to the circle 169=x^2+y^2 at the point (12,5).
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Find the center and radius of a circle that has a diameter with endpoints (9, 6) and (1,0). Show work.
a) center (4,3); radius 5
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Simplify (I will add picture). Assume that all expressions are defined.
The answer choices are in the last comment!
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Subtract (2x^248)/(x^216)  (x+6)/(x+4). Identify any xvalues for which the expression is undefined.
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Solve the square root of x+31=x+1
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How do I find the horizontal asymptote of 1/(x+7)+3? Show work please.
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Multiply (5x^3)/(3x^2y) divided by (25)/(3y^9). Assume that all expressions are defined.
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Multiply (5x^3)/(3x^2y) divided by (25)/(3y^9). Assume that all expressions are defined.
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Multiply (5x^3)/(3x^2y) divided by (25)/(3y^9). Assume that all expressions are defined.
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Multiply (8x^4y^2)/(3z^3)*(9xy^2z^6)/(4y^4). Assume that all expressions are defined.
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The volume V of a cylinder varies jointly with the height h and the radius squared r^2, and V=157.00cm^3 when h=2cm and r^2=25cm^2. Find V w…
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