Answer: The perimeter is 20 cm

Step-by-step explanation: The top and bottom are same length, so 6+6, and the sides are the same length, so 4+4 don’t forget it’s cm and it becomes 20 cm.

PERIMITER = ADDING ALL SIDES

AREA = MULTIPLYING

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I think you should add 5x

You should add 7x to both sides. Since the goal is to solve for x, you don't want to make the equation equal to 0 by adding 5x. Get all the Xs to one side!

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An artist creates a cone shape sculpture for an Art exhibit if the sculpture is 7 feet tall and has a base with a circumference of 21.980 feet what is the volume of the sculpture?

**Answer:**

The volume of the sculpture is 111.439

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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**Answer:**

Clearly, the probability of drawing a heart out of the deck is 13/52, or 1/4. The probability of drawing an even number as card #2 (∈{2,4,6,8,10}) for any suit is 20/51, except when the first card drawn is an even heart, then the probability of the second draw is 19/51.

find f(3) for the polynomial function F(x)=x^3-9x^2+5x-2

**Answer:**

f(3) = -41

**Step-by-step explanation:**

f(x) = x³-9x²+5x-2

now,

f(3) = 3³-9×(3)²+5×3-2

= 27-9×9+5×3-2

= 27-81+15-2

= -41

What is the measure of arc BC?

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**Answer:**

100°

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Arc BC is twice the measure of inscribed angle BEC, so is ...

arc BC = 2×50°

** arc BC = 100°**

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The inscibed angle E is 1/2 the measure of the central angle P so P is 100 degrees, and arc BC is also 100 degrees.

solve the inequality 3/5x +30>150

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**3/5x+30=150**

**We move all terms to the left:**

**3/5x+30-(150)=0**

**Domain of the equation: 5x!=0**

**x!=0/5**

**x!=0**

**x∈R**

**We add all the numbers together, and all the variables**

**3/5x-120=0**

**We multiply all the terms by the denominator**

**-120*5x+3=0**

**Wy multiply elements**

**-600x+3=0**

**We move all terms containing x to the left, all other terms to the right**

**-600x=-3**

**x=-3/-600**

**x=1/200**

It is advertised that the average braking distance for a small car traveling at 65 miles per hour equals 120 feet. A transportation researcher wants to determine if the statement made in the advertisement is false. She randomly test drives 36 small cars at 65 miles per hour and records the braking distance. The sample average braking distance is computed as 114 feet. Assume that the population standard deviation is 22 feet. Use Table 1. State the null and the alternative hypotheses for the test. H_0:mu = 120: H_A: mu notequalto 120 H_0:mu 2 greaterthanorequalto 120: H_A mu < 120 H_0: mu lessthanorequalto 120: H_A: mu > 120 Calculate the value of the test statistic and the p-value. {Negative values should be indicated by a minus sign. Round "Test statistic" to 2 decimal places 3nd "p-value" to 4 decimal places.} The p-value is: p-value < 0.01 0.01 lessthanorequalto p-value < 0.025 0.025 lessthanorequalto p-value < 0.05 0.05 lessthanorequalto p-value < 0/.10 p-value greaterthanorequalto 0.10 c. Use alpha = 0.01 to determine if the average breaking distance differs from 120 feet. Repeat the test with the critical value approach. (Negative values should be indicated by a minus sign. Round your answers to 3 decimal places.)

**Answer:**

H0: mu = 120 , Ha: : mu not equal to 120

The p-value is greater than or equal to 0.10

z= -1.636

Since the calculated value of z does not fall in the critical region H0 is not rejected.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

State the null and alternate hypothesis

H0: mu = 120

average braking distance for a small car traveling at 65 miles per hour equals 120 feet.

against the claim

Ha: : mu not equal to 120

average braking distance for a small car traveling at 65 miles per hour does not equal 120 feet.

The p-value equals 0.101764 which is greater than 0.01 and thus supports H0.

The p-value is greater than or equal to 0.10

The test statistic z is applied

Here

Sample Mean x~ = 114

Population mean μ =120

Sample size n= 36

Population SD =σ= 22

Z= u- μ/σ√n

Z= 114- 120/ 22/ √36

z= -1.636

This is a two tailed test and the critical region for two tailed test at alpha = 0.01 is z ∝/2= ± 2.58

Since the calculated value of z does not fall in the critical region H0 is not rejected.

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Find the value of x and y

**Answer:**

X is 15 and Y is 40° That's the answer

Which number line shows the solutions to

1x – 2 > 0?

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**Answer:**

The first option being 12/25

make a flow chart showing that the two triangles are congruent. NO LINKS!

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I take it the unmarked angle on the top triangle should be Q

The way the triangles are marked the following are the statements.

<Q = < X Given

RQ = XZ Given

XY = PQ Given

Is the angle included between the two given sides?

If yes then the Two Triangles are congruent by SAS

If no then the Two Triangles cannot be conclusively known to be congruent.

I have to leave you to figure out the flow chart symbols. I have no way of showing this as a flow chart if it is a computer program flow chart.

Which of these is a ratio table?

А

1

2

3

B

5

6

7

B

4.

A

1

2

3

7

A

1

2

3

B

1

4

9

A

1

2

3

B

2

4

6

**Answer:**

A 123 and b 246 i think so these follow ratio table

Find the value of x in the figure

(2x +5)*

(4y -1)*

(3x -33)*

A x=25

B x=36

C x=37

X x=38

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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The ratio of hot dogs to hamburgers on a barbeque table is 7:3. If there are 51 hamburgers on the table then how many hot dogs must be there?

**Answer:**

119 hotdogs

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let 7x = no. of hotdogs

then 3x = no. of hamburgers

3x = 51

x = 17

7(17) = 119 hotdogs

With the spinner shown, the theoretical probability of landing on 2 is 0.25. Which number of spins would most likely result in a relative frequency that is closest to the theoretical probability?

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**Step-by-step explanation:**

Agree or Disagree? plz help no link plz

**Answer:**

Agree

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Can someone help me with this math problem

**Answer:**

$1,545

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3% of 1500 is 45

1500 + 45 = 1545

Which words best fill in the blank indicate a shift in setting?

**Answer:**

4.upon

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If you can answer this u are the best

**Answer:**

47

**Step-by-step explanation:**

if there are 100 total and 45 are girls, then there are 55 boys enrolled. since 8 are absent- 55-8=47

What is the area of the figure composed of a parallelogram, a square, and a rectangle?

**Answer:**

Let's cut the figure into:

Parallelogram, square, and rectangle.

Let's find the area of the parallelogram first:

10 x 3.5 = **35**

Let's find the area of the square:

4 x 4 = **16**

When given one length of a square you already know are sides and lengths are equal so therefore 1 given length of a square is all the lengths.

Let's find the area of a rectangle:

6 x 12.5 = **75**

Now let's add all the areas up:

35 + 16 + 75 = **126 square inches is your answer.**

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Answer:

1/6

Step-by-step explanation:

Given the following data;

A single fair die = 6

To find an outcome of A5;

Since the die was tossed just once, the outcome would be a fraction of the total number of outcomes.

P(A5) = number of times tossed/total number of outcomes

P(A5) = 1/6

A farmer wants to know the effect of using various amounts of fertilizer in relation to the yield of his crops. He subdivided a portion of his land into 10 separate, but essentially equal, plots. He divided the land so that all of the plots had equal exposure to sun, rain, and other environmental conditions. He randomly selected 2 of the 10 plots and spread 2 pounds of fertilizer over each of them. Then he randomly selected 2 of the remaining plots and spread 3 pounds of fertilizer over each of them. He continued with the last sets of plots in the same manner, spreading 4, then 5, then 6 pounds of fertilizer over each of them. Below is a computer output for linear regression of amount of fertilizer versus yield for the 10 plots of land.

Predictor Coef SE Coef T P

Constant 10.100 0.7973 12.67 0.000

Fertizer 1.50 0.1879 6.12 0.000

S= 0.8404; R-Sq= 82.4% R-Sq(adj) = 80.28%

Required:

What is the equation of the least squares regression line from this sample?

**Answer:**

Y = 10.1 + 1.50x

**Step-by-step explanation:**

From the data contained in the computer output for linear regression

The coefficient of intercept = 10.1

coefficient of fertilizer = 1.50

Sample of an Equation of least squares regression line

y = a + bx

where : a = intercept , b = slope

**hence the required equation will be **

Y = 10.1 + 1.50x

y = yield , x = fertilizer

Which of the following is the correct point-slope equation for the line that

passes through the point (-3,-9) and is parallel to the line given by

y = 2.5x - 20?

O A. Y-3 = 2.5(x-9)

B. y + 3 = 2.5(x + 9)

O C. y + 9 = 2.5(x + 3)

O D. Y- 9 = 2.5(x-3)

The answer is A because

How much shorter of a kiloliter is 498 Litre?

**Answer:**

hi

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:498000 **

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Survey data involving two random samples of students at law school are shown. The surveys were taken comparing the age of students in 1900 to the age of students in 2014

Whats the answer

Answer:

A and C if you don't believe me look at this link down below

Step-by-step explanation:

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**Statement first **there was a ten-year age gap between the oldest and **youngest students **in **1990**.and **statement fourth **are **correct **

It is defined as the **group **of **data **having the same **entity **which is **related **to **some **problems. The **sample **is a **subset **of the **population**, it is a part of the **population**.

We have:

**Survey **data **involving **two **random samples **of students at law school are shown. The **surveys **were taken, comparing the age of students in **1900 **to the **age **of **students **in **2014**.

The **statements **that are **true **about the **two samples **of **students**:

Thus, **statement first **there was a ten-year age gap between the oldest and **youngest students **in **1990**.and **statement fourth **are **correct **

Learn more about the** population and sample** here:

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What is z if x = 25, u = 22, o= 6, and

n = 9?

A. -2.5

B. -1.5

C. 1.5

D. 2.5

**Answer:**

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What percent of 80 is 20? Answer pla

**Answer:**

25%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[tex] \frac{20}{80} = \frac{1}{4} = 0.25 = 25\%[/tex]

To build a computer, Tom needs to buy a motherboard for £ 120, and a CPU for

£ 100.Then find the total cost of building 10 computer ?

**Answer:**

£2200

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1 computer = £120 + £100

1 computer = £220

10 computers = £220 x 10

10 computers = £2200

The table shows the number of hours Marcus worked each week and his pay for the week. How much did Marcus earn per hour?

**Answer:**

$8.5 per hours

**Step-by-step explanation:**

102/12=8.5

119/14=8.5

136/16=8.5

153/18=8.5

**Answer:**

8.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

102/12=8.5

119/14=8.5

136/16=8.5

153/18=8.5

Jessica begged her parents for a new bike for months before her birthday. On her birthday, her parents presented her with a shiny silver

bike Jessica was so excited that she told her parents she'd cherish the bike forever. She rode her bike every day and wouldn't let anyone else touch

it

What does cherish mean?

O 1. remember

0 2. share

3 treasure

4 watch

Cherish also means remember. Jessica will never forget about her bike.

Your answer is 1. remember

Your answer is 1. remember

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