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Evaluate the expression below at t = 4, P = $400, and r = 7%. Round your answer to two decimal places and enter it below. Do not include un…
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Given f(x), complete the equation for the inverse of f(x). F(x)= (3x2)/6, f^1(y)=?
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Given f(x), complete the equation for the inverse of f(x). F(x)=6x7 , f^1(y)=?
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Given triangle FRU with coordinates F (4, 8), R (12, 8), and U (11, 0) find the image of point F after a reflection in the line y = x?
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For the graph of y = bx, the domain is : a) all real numbers less than 0 b) all real numbers greater than 0 c) all real numbers d)both r…
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Find the x and yintercepts for 3x + 4y  12 = 0
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if y/3+2=9/4 then what is y?
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M is the center of this circle. Find the length of BAS to the nearest tenth
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In this circle, WX = 16 and m ZXY = 88. Find the length of ZY to the nearest tenth
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A satellite in a circular orbit just above the surface of the Earth (r = 1 Re) would need 8 km/sec to stay in orbit. If a missile is sent a…
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A satellite in a circular orbit just above the surface of the Earth (r = 1 Re) would need 8 km/sec to stay in orbit. If a missile is sent at…
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The scientific satellite ISEE 1 had its perigee is at 1.2 Re, apogee at 23 Re. About how much slower do you think its motion was at apogee, …
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The scientific satellite ISEE 1 had its perigee is at 1.2 Re, apogee at 23 Re. About how much slower do you think its motion was at apogee, …
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Explore the meaning of conservative and liberal by exploring the Web and identifying sites that are conservative and liberal in nature. Als…
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Express the observational result on the position of the halfmoon (the way Aristarchus believed it was), using the terms "parallax" and "bas…
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Meteorites tend to fall more frequently in the afternoon, suggesting they overtake the Earth in its orbital motion. What can this tell about…
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The scientific satellite ISEE 1 had its perigee is at 1.2 Re, apogee at 23 Re. About how much slower do you think its motion was at apogee, …
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5. A satellite in a circular orbit just above the surface of the Earth (r = 1 Re) would need 8 km/sec to stay in orbit. If a missile is sent…
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The period of Comet Halley is approximately 75 years. Assume its perigee is at 0.5 AU from the Sun (1 AU or "astronomical unit" is the mean …
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The mean distance of Neptune from the Sun is 30.07 AU (=astronomical unit, means EarthSun distance), that of Pluto 39.4 AU. Are these two n…
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Section #8b, about using a total solar eclipse to estimate the distance of the Moon, includes a map of the eclipse of August 11, 1999. The p…
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Write an equation for the line in point/slope form and slope/intercept form that has the given condition.. (equations attached)
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Find the functional values.. (equation attached)
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Find and simplify a) f(a), b) f(a+h) and c) f(a+h)f(a)/h, h not equal to 0 using the given function f(x)=x^2+5x10
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Graph the given function using the given values of x. Also use the graph to determine the domain and range of the function.
1a. f(x)=x^2+4;…
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If f=(1,2), (2,3), (3,4), (4,5), g=(1, 2), (3, 3), (5, 5), h=(1,0), (2,1), (3,2), then what is g o f o h?
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Write the given function as a composition function using f and g.
h(x) = 1/x 5
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If f=(1,2), (2,3), (3,4), (4,5), g=(1, 2), (3, 3), (5, 5), h=(1,0), (2,1), (3,2), then what is fg?
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Mars has surface gravity 0.39 g or about 3.9 m/s2, radius r = 3332 km and a rotation period of 24 hr. 37.38 min.
(a)What is the orbital velo…
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In last night’s basketball game, Sally scored 9 less than twice what Lucy scored. The sum of their scores is 27. How many points did Sally a…
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