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#### Willie has an average (mean) of 84.8 on the first five exams. What is the least he can score in order to have an average of 85 for all six exams?

Willie has an average (mean) of 84.8 on the first five exams. What is the least he can score in order to have an average of 85 for all six exams?

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#### For Julia — linear equations part 2

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#### For Julia — linear equations

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#### Modeling Algebra 2

Danny is measuring two pyramids whose bases are squares.Given the height h and volume V of the first pyramid, Danny uses the formula A= sqrt 3V/h to compute its base's side length a to...
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#### Differential Equations

How do we solve the following differential equation?dr/[ (m/(r^2)) + vcos(theta) ] = r*d(theta)/(-vsin(theta)

#### solving compound inequalities !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

−9x+5≤17 or 13x+25≤−1−15x+60≤105 and 14x+11≤−31

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#### Algebra 2 Modeling

Each Christmas elf makes x toys in an hour. n elves work for t hours to produce 1000 toys. Write an equation that relates x, n, and t.

#### Logarithm question :)

log24x+log4(sqrt x)=1.5i need to get these two things:1.domain 2.solution (ie x=...)

#### Complicated logarithmic question:/

X={sqrt(10a*sqrt[0.1])}/10sorry if the formatting is strange...I need to get: log10x=I tried it but I have no idea how to approach the problem.

#### Logarithm question:)

Log3(3-x)+log3(4-x)=1+2 log 32i got the answer which is x=0, but I can’t figure out what the domain of it is. I got 3<x<4. what I need to answer: what is the domain?

#### Logarithm question :)

Log225125-log2255I got 1 as my initial answer but apparently it’s wrong :(

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#### Set up equations and solve: A car dealership orders 29 vehicles. Some are SUVs and some are minivans. The SUVs cost $22,000 each and the minivans cost $16,000 for the dealer.

If the dealer pays $608,000 how much of each did he order?

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#### If c = 8 and abc = 12, what is the value of ab?

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#### The sum of 2 numbers is nine times their difference. The smaller of these numbers is 20. What it the greater?

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#### Algebra 2 expressions

In the following expression, both A and B are variables that can take positive values.2\sqrt(A)-(B)/(5)
2√A - B/5Which of these actions will cause the expression's value to increase?Choose 2...
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#### An international company has 18,900 employees in one country. If this represents 23.8% of the company's employees.

An international company has 18,900 employees in one country. If this represents 23.8% of the company's employees, how many employees does it have in total?Round your answer to the nearest whole...
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#### please can someone help me as soon as possible. please.

Let g(x) be the transformation of f(x) = |x| left 2 units. Identify the rule for g(x) and its graph.A.) g(x) = |x + 2|B.) g(x) = |x| + 2C.) g(x) = |x| + 2D.)g(x) = |x + 2|Please give solution and...
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#### please help me as soon as possible. please

Question 1.) Identify the scatter plot of the data. Treat the number of girls in the class as the independent variable.Data Table:Class: I II III IV V VI VII VIII ...
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#### five-step strategy for solving word problems to find the number described

When 70% of a number is added to the number, the result is 204.

Algebra 2

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#### A system of pulleys is loaded with an m1 = 106 pound weight and an m2 = 23 pound weight

The tensions t1 and t2 in the ropes and the acceleration a of the 23-pound weight are modeled by the system below, where t1 and t2 are measured in pounds and a is in feet per second squared.I need...
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#### Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes, domain, range, and roots of f(x)=−(1/x−3)+2

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