a ski slope drops 40 feet for every horizontal 90 feet. Find the slope
a ski slope drops 40 feet for every horizontal 90 feet. Find the slope
graph the system below and write its solution
80% of customers from year 1 remain at end of year 5. What is the average annual loss rate % of customers?
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A.{–0.79, 2.54} B.{-4, 7} C.{–1.75, –2.00} D.{–0.50, 0.88}
What rate of interest compounded semiannually is required to triple an investment in 30 years? Write your answer as a percent and round to nearest cents.
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I was able to get it to 3p^2-3pq, but I do not understand how to simplify. If possible, please add working out because am unsure of how to simplify.
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write an expression to match the word given
I need to have the answer for the above question. I am from grade 9.
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3/10x=13-x
Diana earns a weekly paycheck consisting of base pay of $320, plus commission of 6.4% of her weekly sales in excess of $5,000. (so Diana only earns the commission only on the amount of sales over...
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