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HELP please ;)
A recent poll found that 45% of eligible voters are planning to vote in favor of a new bylaw. Suppose you randomly survey …
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WHOEVER HATES MATH BECOME A FAN!!!! ;)
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Will679:
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what is the product in simplest form? and state any restrictions.
4a^5/7b^4 * 2b^2/2a^4
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Algebra 2 please help!!!!
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Suppose that w and t vary inversely and that t = 1/5 when w = 4. Write a function that models the inverse variation, and find t when w = 9.
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The sales of lawn mowers t years after a particular model is introduced is given by the function
y = 5500 ln(9t + 4), where y is the number…
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A supreme court decision sets a
a. precedent
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This is the foundation for the deciding cases.
a. writ fo certiorari
b. congressional amendments
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9^8x=27
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Suppose you invest $500 at an annual interest rate of 8.2% compounded continuously. How much will you have in the account after 15 years?
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Suppose you deposit $5,000 in a savings account that earns 3% annual interest. If you make no other withdrawals or deposits, how many years …
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Will679:
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what is the solution of this equation:
sqrt of (2x+13)5=x
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Why is the Office of management and budget so important?
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Will679:
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Let F(x) = x2 – 16 and g(x) = x + 4. Find f/g
and its domain.
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