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JamenS:
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Biologists now know that viruses
all form the same crystalline shape.
are the smallest organisms.
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Viruses can be transmitted only
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1. Pick two dogs (or other domestic animal) of different breeds.
2. Research from a website the history and characteristics of the breed.…
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Find the determinant of the following matrix.
[1/3, 3
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Find the intercepts of the line and graph the line.
5x + 6y = 30
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Use synthetic substitution to evaluate the polynomial for the given value x = 1/3.
P(x) = 3x3 + 5x2 + 4x + 2
P(1/3) = ____ Enter only a …
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A short stop makes an error by dropping the ball. As the ball drops, its height h in feet as a function of time, t, is modeled by h(t) = 16…
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The height h in feet of a baseball on Earth after t seconds can be modeled by the function h(t) = 16(t  1.5)2 + 36, where 16 is a constan…
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Use elimination to solve the system of equations. Enter your answer as an ordered pair; example: (4, 5)
5x3y=42
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Use substitution to solve the system of equations. Enter your answer as an ordered pair; example: (4, 5)
Y=3x+5
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In what position would you find the leading runner in a race? In what position do you suppose you would find the leading coefficient in a po…
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You have seen that the total number of lights in a triangular lighting rig is given by T(n) = n2/2 + n/2, while T(n+1) = n2/2 + 3n/2 + 1. If…
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T(n) is the total number of lights in a triangular lighting rig of n rows, as shown. Which polynomial function represents T(n + 1)?
T(n)=1/…
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T(n) is the total number of lights in a triangular lighting rig of n rows, as shown. Which polynomial function represents T(n + 1)?
T(n)=1/…
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T(n) is the total number of lights in a triangular lighting rig of n rows, as shown. Which polynomial function represents T(n + 1)?
T(n)=1…
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A lighting rig is a large bank of lights that creates lighting effects at concerts and sporting events. A company makes rigs with lights arr…
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Find the product:
(x 5)^3
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Divide by using synthetic division:
Enter your answer as the following example: 3x10
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divide use long division
(x^2+5x28)/(x3)
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coolaidd:
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The following is the graph of the parent function y=square root x
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Divide by using synthetic division:
(x^2+4x+1)/(x+5)
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Ziggres:
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Find the volume of each rectangular prism.:The base is a square, 4.5 cm on a side. The height is 5cm
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toristar9504:
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Find the product:
(x  y)(x2 + 2xy  y2)
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Find the product
(2x  1)^3
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Find the product:
(x2 + 9x + 7)(3x2 + 9x + 5
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Find the product:
(2x + y)4
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Rewrite the polynomial in standard form. Then identify the leading coefficient, degree, and number of terms. Name the polynomial.
3x2 + 5x…
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A vitamin's expiration date has passed. It was supposed to contain 500 mg of Calcium, but it has lost 325 mg of Calcium. How many mg of Calc…
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In astronomy, planets, moons, and asteroids are called celestial bodies. Order the bodies from least (1) to greatest (5) average distance fr…
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