A circle has an arc of length 32π (32pi) that is intercepted by a central angle of 240°.

A circle has an arc of length 32π (32pi) that is intercepted by a central angle of 240°.

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The corresponding angles in △ABC are congruent to the corresponding angles in △FGH. The measures of two corresponding sides of the triangles are given. AB=4 AC=6 FG=x+11 FH=7x What...

Let g be a reflection in the y-axis, followed by a translation of 5 units left of the graph of f(x) = 4∛x-1

The coordinates of the vertices of △ABC are A(−3, 4) , B(−1, 3) , and C(−4, 0). The coordinates of the vertices of △A′B′C′ are A′(3, 0) , B′(1, 1) , and C′(4, 4). Fill in the blanks:...

the problem i got was 9y=19, and was asked to give it in standard for and i have no clue how.

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Consider the equation cos(3.14t)=-0.7. Find the smallest positive solution in radians and round your answer to 4 decimal places Consider the equation tan(3.25t)-6.6. Find the smallest...

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x^2+y^2+6x-10y-10=0

a diameter of a circle has endpoints (2,3) and (4,5).

y- 3 - y-2 = -1 3 2

8 - x-2/2 = x/4 Its 8 - x-2 over 2 = x/4

State the domain and find (f+g)(x)

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Solve the following: a) 25 ≤ x2 b) (2x-3)/(x+1) ≥ 1

If f(x) = 3x2+5x-2, find [f(x+h)-f(x)]/h I got an answer of 1, but I'm very skeptical of my answer :') Please help!

I'm a bit confused about these types of questions. I have quite a few of them but if I can get the gist of how to do one maybe I can do the rest on my own. thanks!

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