MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Solve the formula for the specified variable

A=P+PRT for T

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Answer 1
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tom purchased shares of dupoint for $47.65 per share he plans to sell the shares when the stock price rises 20% at what price will he sell his shares

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If we take 47.65 to be the 100%, how much is 100% + 20% or 120% of that then?


HIGH SCHOOL

Find the center and radius of the circle with equation (x + 8)2 + (y + 3)2 = 49.

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Answer:

if you still need this is answer its C.

Step-by-step explanation:

C. HOPE THIS HELPS

Center is at (h,k) in standard form:
(x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2
Center: (-8, -3)
Radius (r): sr49 = 7
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Three students opened saving accounts. Mariama has saved $25.40. Shai saved 3/4 of the amount that Mariama saved. Nyah saved twice as much as Shai. How much is the total saved of all three?? Plzzz explain your answer

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The amount of money Shai saved:

The amount of money Nyah saved:

The total amount three people saved:

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A fair coin is tossed 25 times. what is the probability that at most 24 heads occur?

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The probability that at most 24 heads occur is; 24/25.

What do we mean by probability?

Probability is the branch of mathematics that deals with numerical descriptions of how likely an event is to occur or how likely it is that a proposition is true. The probability of all the events occurring need to be 1.

We have been given that a fair coin is tossed 25 times.

So, We need to find the probability:

Favourable outcomes = 24

Total outcomes = 25

The formula of probability = Favourable outcomes/Total outcomes

⇒ 24 /25

Therefore, the probability that at most 24 heads occur is; 24/25.

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Very rare. Because 25 is a high chance of it always being heads.
HIGH SCHOOL

What is the volume of x?

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Sorry, but you need to be more specific!!  


Happy Mathing!!

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is the value of the expression when p = –16 and q = 4?

4p/q

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So subsitute
(4 times -16)/4=-64/4=-32/2=-16/1=-16
or
(4 times -16)/4=4/4 times -16/1=1 times -16=-16
answer is -16


We are simply trying to solve:      4p/q.

p = -16, q = 4.

= 4p/q  =  4 * -16 / 4 =  -16.    4 below divides into 4 at top. Left with -16 at top.

Answer = -16.
HIGH SCHOOL

The domain of a quadratic function is all real numbers and the range is y s 2 How many x-intercepts does the function have?

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Answer:

2

Step-by-step explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following points does not lie on the graph of y = 5x - 5? (0, -5)

(1, 0)

(-5, 0)

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Y=5x-5 (0,-5) (1,0) (-5,0)

-5=5(0)-5
-5=-5

0=5(1)-5
0=5-5
0=0

0=5(-5)-5
0=-25-5
0=-30

the following point that does not lie on the graph of y=5x-5 is point (-5,0)

Answer:

(-5,0)

Step-by-step explanation:

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The club's total number of members will grow exponentially each month. She uses the given expression to model the number of club members, in hundreds, after advertising for t months. 1.8(1.02)^12t

What does the value 1.8 represent?

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Answer:

1.8 represents the initial number of the club members in hundreds.

Step-by-step explanation:

* Lets revise the exponential grows

- If a quantity grows by a fixed percent at regular intervals,

 the pattern can be depicted by this function.

- The function of the exponential growth is:

  y = a(1 + r)^x

# a = initial value (the amount before measuring growth)

# r = growth rate (most often represented as a percentage and

  expressed as a decimal)

# x = number of time intervals that have passed

* Now Lets study the problem to solve it

- The club's total number of members will grow exponentially

  each month

- The expression to model the number of club members, in

  hundreds, after advertising for t months is

  1.8(1.02)^12t

* Lets compare between this model and the function above

# a = 1.8 ⇒ initial number of members in hundreds

# r = 1.02 - 1 = 0.02 ⇒ growth rate

# x = 12t ⇒ number of time intervals

* 1.8 represents the initial number of the club members in hundreds.

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