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COMPLETE REASON 4 FOR THE TWO COLUMN PROOF

Answer the following question for your ENG/147 final paper. Your response to each question should be at least 50 to 75 words

Write the equation in standard form Y-4=-2 (x-3)

Which of the following points lies on the line 3x - y = -2? (-2,-4) (2,-4) (-1,1) (0,-2)

Answers are either New York City or Tokyo

he knows the length is 6

Research Methodology The Process of Formulating a “Theory” and “Law”

Solve each system of inequalities 1)y <2x+4 2x-y <=4 2)y>1/4× Y<=-x+4

in still water a riverboat can travel 12 miles per hour. It travels 48 miles upstream and the 48 miles downstream in a total tine of 9 hours. what is the speed of the current

Isis question because we just moved to Fort Smith from Fayetteville and it's been hard on this already and we just can't afford this we need to figure out a way to pay this bill

(√x-3)(√x+5)

basic concept

Determine which if this operations with matrices is defined? 2A+E? A=[[1,2][0,3]] E=[[-1,0,2],[-1,0,3]]

A customer calls and orders 2 6 foot subs. Each sub is 48.00. She orders and American mix, an Italian mix which includes salami, ham, pepperoni, 2 turkey, 1 ham, and 1 roast beef. If each sub requires...

Write the equation describing this situation that could be used to find the value of x.

I need the answers to the question

Prove that f is one-to-one. Let a, b is in R, and suppose that f(a) = f(b). Then 6a − 4 =___ so a =____.

Doug travels 4 times as fast as Eric. Traveling in opposite directions, they are 420 miles apart after 6 hours. Find their rates of travel.

A jar contains nickels and pennies. There are 56 coins in the jar in all. The total value of the coins is $1.52. How many pennies are in the jar?