MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is 360.43 to degrees, minutes, and second

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

360 degrees 25 minutes and 48 seconds.

Step-by-step explanation:

There are 60 minutes in a degree and 60 seconds in a minute.

0.43 = 60*0.43 = 25.8 minutes.  

Now 0.8 minutes = 0.8 * 60 seconds.= 48 seconds.

Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

360 25´ 48´´

Step-by-step explanation:

its B on edge just took it on edgenuity


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HIGH SCHOOL

If a line crosses the y-axis at (0, -3) and has a slope of 3, what is the equation of the line?

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General equation of the line is 
y = mx + c

c = -3
m = 3

so the equation is
y = 3x - 3
General equation of the line is 
y = mx + b
m = 3
so y=3x+b

now find b
-3=3(0)+b
-3=b

so the equation is
y = 3x - 3
HIGH SCHOOL

What is the simplified form of THE SQUARE ROOT of 48n^9 ?

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The square root of 48 n^9 can be determined by determining first the square root of the coefficient separately, then the variable, If the number is not a perfect square, then we get the nearest square. square root of 48 is 4 square root of 3. square root of 9 is equal to 3. Hence, the answer is 4n3 square root of 3. 
COLLEGE

What is this trinomial in factored form? 3a^2-2a-1

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Simplifying 3a2 + -2a + -1 = 0 Reorder the terms: -1 + -2a + 3a2 = 0 Solving -1 + -2a + 3a2 = 0 Solving for variable 'a'. Factor a trinomial. (-1 + -3a)(1 + -1a) = 0 Subproblem 1Set the factor '(-1 + -3a)' equal to zero and attempt to solve: Simplifying -1 + -3a = 0 Solving -1 + -3a = 0 Move all terms containing a to the left, all other terms to the right. Add '1' to each side of the equation. -1 + 1 + -3a = 0 + 1 Combine like terms: -1 + 1 = 0 0 + -3a = 0 + 1 -3a = 0 + 1 Combine like terms: 0 + 1 = 1 -3a = 1 Divide each side by '-3'. a = -0.3333333333 Simplifying a = -0.3333333333 Subproblem 2Set the factor '(1 + -1a)' equal to zero and attempt to solve: Simplifying 1 + -1a = 0 Solving 1 + -1a = 0 Move all terms containing a to the left, all other terms to the right. Add '-1' to each side of the equation. 1 + -1 + -1a = 0 + -1 Combine like terms: 1 + -1 = 0 0 + -1a = 0 + -1 -1a = 0 + -1 Combine like terms: 0 + -1 = -1 -1a = -1 Divide each side by '-1'. a = 1 Simplifying a = 1Solutiona = {-0.3333333333, 1}
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Find the coordinates of the midpoint of the segment whose endpoints are H(6,4) and K(2,8).

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Answer:

The midpoint is (4,6)

Step-by-step explanation:

When we have 2 points, we can find the midpoint by using the formula

midpoint = (x1+x2)/2, (y1+y2)/2

              = (6+2)/2, (4+8)/2

                   = (8/2),  12/2

                = 4,6  

HIGH SCHOOL

Which term describes the red curve in the figure below?

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Where is the figure, i cant see it in this your question, you can rewrite the quest.
HIGH SCHOOL

What is the standard form
Fourteen million fifteen

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Just write it out using numbers: 14,000,015

COLLEGE

Between x = 2 and x = 3, which function has a greater average rate of change than y = 13 -x ?

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For this case what you should know is that the slope of the line can be calculated as:
 Tan x = sin x / cos x
 The lines x = 2 and x = 3 have an angle of 90 degrees with respect to the x axis:
 Tan 90 = sin 90 / cos 90 = 1/0 = inf
 Therefore, both lines have a rate of change that tends to infinity.
 answer
 Both lines have the same slope (infinity) Both are greater than m = -1
COLLEGE

A number, x, is 4 times another number, y. The difference between the number is 18. what is the value of the larger number?

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24
6*4 is 24    6 is the smaller

A number, (24), is 4 times another number, (6). The difference between the number is 18.(24-18=6) what is the value of the larger number?
The wording to this question is a little weird, but I think the answer is 6. I kind of just substituted numbers in the problem, but I would double check
HIGH SCHOOL

What is the product of (–0.9)(–2.4)?

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Since you're multiplying two negatives, the answer will be positive. (-0.9)(-2.4) = 2.16
(-0.9)×(-2.4)
=2.16. Hope it help!
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