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# y=-x-4 in coordinate plane (answer)

As it reads now, it fits the y=mx+b or slope intercept form which means it will be a straight line. m will be the slope and b will be the x-intercept. Since b in this case is -4, that is your x-intercept. So you can start by making a point at (-4,0) meaning at the point where x is -4 and y is...

# y=2x+2 in coordinate plane (answer)

I am assuming the problem requires you to graph this equation in the x-y coordinate plane. As it reads now, it fits the y=mx+b or slope intercept form which means it will be a straight line. m will be the slope and b will be the x-intercept. Since b in this case is 2, that is your x-intercept...

# In what form must a polynomial equation occur in order to solve? (answer)

It depends on the polynomial. Depending on the variables present it could be a quadratic or slope/intercept, etc.

# what is 3 - 5 x is less then and or equal to 2 x -11 (answer)

For the most part you can treat this like an equality. First get the like terms together 3 - 5x ≤ 2x - 11 add 11 to both sides to get rid of -11 on the right 14 - 5x ≤ 2x now add 5x to both sides to get rid of -5x 14 ≤ 7x now divide by 7 to get x by itself 14/7 ≤ x or...

# how do you solve 40z^2-47z+12=0 (answer)

There are several ways of solving quadratics: the quadratic formula, completing the square, square root, factoring. If your lesson is asking you to use a specific method you should use that one. In this case, I think you should just use the quadratic formula since you will not be able to factor...

# even odd or neither (answer)

y could be either odd or even depending on the value of x. Is there any more information provided?

# pls explain how to get this ,with some example. (answer)

Since you know the total budget amount and the percentages spent on the various things you simply need to figure out the dollar amount for tuition and room and board and then find the difference.  To find the amount spent on tuition, find 64% of \$15,000 by multiplying \$15,000 by .64 which gives...

# what happens when the plane is closer to the origin? (answer)

Assuming you mean a plane inside of a cone, a plane perpendicular to the cone and of course passing through the origin would be a circle. As you tilt the plane it becomes an ellipse and then a parabola.

# What does the symbol of the Salamander mean in Fahrenheit 451? (answer)

The firemen had a salamander as their symbol since there was a myth that salamanders could live through fire.

# Graph the inequality? (answer)

See the answer to the previous similar question as well. Since it is less than or equal to, it will be a solid line rather than dotted to show that the line is included in the accepted values. Put it in the form y = mx+ b but using the necessary inequality instead. In this case it will be y ≤...

# Graphing inequalities? (answer)

First put it in the line equation form of y=mx+b except in this case it will have an inequality sign instead of the equal sign. In this case it will be y < -4/5x + 4. Since it is greater than rather than greater than or equal to, it will be a dotted line when graphed to signify that the line...

# ABC purchased an apt building on july 2011 for \$6m.\$700,000 of these purchase price was allocated to land.calculate cost recovery deduction for year 1 (answer)

Land is not depreciable so the cost redovery deduction would be limited to the apt building in this example. \$6m - \$.7m = \$5.3m \$5.3m is the depreciable asset amount. Simply divide the cost of the asset by the useful lifespan of the asset. We'll just use 10 years for example purposes...

# how to name the point of congruence of angle bisectors (answer)

If you have a triangle XYZ with angle bisectors, where they all cross is called the incenter, labelled I. You could say that I is the incenter of triangle XYZ.

# If Pinocchio said, "My nose is about to grow", what would happen? (answer)

where N is the proposition that his nose will grow:   1. if N then not N 2. not not N 3. therefore N (rule of modus tollens)   or    1. if N then not N 2. N 3. therefore not N (rule of mdus ponens)   This is a logical paradox on the surface since affirming...

# cupones de regalo/ el (answer)

Not certain what the question is but I will give it a try.   Los cupones de regalo allí son suyos.   Hope this helps, Chris

# How do you measure between the horns of a Dilemma ? (answer)

This question is a bit vague but we can say something in general about dealing with arguments that pose a dilemma.  Let me pose a classic dilemma we can use for illustration. A contemporary version of the Euthyphro dilemma starts from the assertion that goodness comes from God. One asks whether...

# please explaine how to do 7th grade algabretice equations (answer)

Gaby, algebra at any level kind of boils down to solving equations to find out the value of the variables. But that can take many forms at the 7th grade level. Some equations just require isolating the variable: 5+x=6 subtract 5 from each side so x is by itself 5-5+x=6-5 this...

# When you take a negative fraction and write a rational number as a terminating decimal is the answer negative or positive? (answer)

To check equality between a fraction and a number with a decimal you can divide the numerator by the denominator. The fact that it is a negative will not change by doing this.   -126 divided by 35 equals -3.6.   -9 divided by 24 equals -.375.   So, as far as I can see, the...

# the causes of the Cold War (answer)

The Cold War arose due to mistrust between the US and the Soviet Union based on various factors. Following WWII, the US and Soviet Union no longer had a reason to set aside different political outlooks for the sake of defeating a grave common enemy. A number of impasses like the Soviet rejection...

# can you help me withalge4bra (answer)

In general, inequalities work the same as regular algebraic equations with the exception of some key rules. If you multiply or divide by a negative then you have to reverse the symbol for instance: -2x>6 -2x/-2>6/-2 dividing by a negative x<-3 reversing the inequaity   There...