365 Answered Questions for the topic Algebra II

05/27/22

Describe the transformation necessary to transform the graph of f(x) into that of g(x)

f(x)= lxlg(x)= lx+2l
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05/11/22

The function models the number of​ accidents, f(x), per 50 million miles driven as a function of a​ driver's age,​ x, in​ years, where x includes drivers from ages 16 through​ 74, inclusive.

The function models the number of​ accidents, f(x), per 50 million miles driven as a function of a​ driver's age,​ x, in​ years, where x includes drivers from ages 16 through​ 74, inclusive. The... more
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05/11/22

The height a ball bounces is less than the height of the previous bounce due to friction. The heights of the bounces form a geometric sequence.

The height a ball bounces is less than the height of the previous bounce due to friction. The heights of the bounces form a geometric sequence. Suppose a ball is dropped from one meter and rebounds... more
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05/11/22

In​ March, a family starts saving for a vacation they are planning for the end of August. The family expects the vacation to cost ​$1327.

In​ March, a family starts saving for a vacation they are planning for the end of August. The family expects the vacation to cost ​$1327. They start with ​$120. At the beginning of each month, they... more
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05/11/22

An amphitheatre has 20 seats in the first​ row, 24 in the​ second, 28 in the​ third, and so​ on, for 29 rows. How many seats are in the​ amphitheatre?

An amphitheatre has 20 seats in the first​ row, 24 in the​ second, 28 in the​ third, and so​ on, for 29 rows. How many seats are in the​ amphitheatre?
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05/11/22

You are offered a job that pays ​$36,000 during the first​ year, with an annual increase of 10​% per year beginning in the second year.

You are offered a job that pays ​$36,000 during the first​ year, with an annual increase of 10​% per year beginning in the second year. That​ is, beginning in year​ 2, your salary will be 1.1 times... more
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05/11/22

Given two terms of the arithmetic​ sequence, a3=25 and a8=−10​, find a1 and d.

Given two terms of the arithmetic​ sequence, a3=25 and a8=−10​, find a1 and d.
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05/11/22

In ΔABC​, ∠C is a right angle. Find the remaining side and angles. Round to the nearest tenth. b=1.6   c=3.3

In ΔABC​, ∠C is a right angle. Find the remaining side and angles. Round to the nearest tenth.b=1.6   c=3.3
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05/11/22

If it rains ​tomorrow, the probability is 0.6 that John will practice his guitar. If it does not rain ​tomorrow, there is only a 0.3 chance that John will practice.

If it rains ​tomorrow, the probability is 0.6 that John will practice his guitar. If it does not rain ​tomorrow, there is only a 0.3 chance that John will practice. Suppose the chance of rain... more
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05/11/22

Determine the number of cycles the sine function shown to the right has in the interval from 0 to 2π. Find the amplitude and the period of the function.

Determine the number of cycles the sine function shown to the right has in the interval from 0 to 2π. Find the amplitude and the period of the function.
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05/06/22

Find the amount in a continuously compounded account for the following condition.​Principal, ​$3000​; Annual interest​ rate, 5.5​%; ​time, 2 years

Find the amount in a continuously compounded account for the following condition.​Principal, ​$3000​; Annual interest​ rate, 5.5​%; ​time, 2 years
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05/06/22

Write a polynomial function of least degree with rational coefficients so that ​P(x)=0 has the given root. 2−5i

Write a polynomial function of least degree with rational coefficients so that ​P(x)=0 has the given root.2−5i
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05/06/22

Complete the​ table, which shows the first and second differences in​ y-values for consecutive​ x-values for a polynomial function of degree 2.

Complete the​ table, which shows the first and second differences in​ y-values for consecutive​ x-values for a polynomial function of degree 2.
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05/06/22

Find the factored form of the expression. Check your answer.

Find the factored form of the expression. Check your answer. 6x^2+486=0
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05/06/22

A smoke jumper jumps from a plane that is 1700 ft above the ground. The function h=−16t2+1700 gives the jumper's height h in feet during the free fall at t seconds.

A smoke jumper jumps from a plane that is 1700 ft above the ground. The function h=−16t2+1700 gives the jumper's height h in feet during the free fall at t seconds.a. How long is the jumper in free... more
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05/05/22

Find the time it takes for the cannonball to strike the ground.

If a certain cannon is fired from a height of 7.9 meters above the​ ground, at a certain​ angle, the height of the cannonball above the​ ground, h, in​ meters, at​ time, t, in​ seconds, is found by... more
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05/05/22

What's the smallest​ amount, in​ dollars, that you can charge and make a profit of at least ​$118​?

Your class is selling boxes of flower seeds as a fundraiser. The total profit p depends on the amount x that n your class charges for each box of seeds. The equation p=−0.5x2+25x−107 models the... more
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05/05/22

A smoke jumper jumps from a plane that is 1700 ft above the ground. The function h=−16t2+1700 gives the​ jumper's height h in feet during the free fall at t seconds.

A smoke jumper jumps from a plane that is 1700 ft above the ground. The function h=−16t2+1700 gives the​ jumper's height h in feet during the free fall at t seconds.a. How long is the jumper in... more
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05/05/22

A model for a​ company's revenue from selling a software package is ​R(p)=−2.5p2+650​p, where p is the price in dollars of the software. What price will maximize​ revenue? Find the maximum revenue.

A model for a​ company's revenue from selling a software package is ​R(p)=−2.5p2+650​p, where p is the price in dollars of the software. What price will maximize​ revenue? Find the maximum revenue.
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05/04/22

How can the laboratory technician combine a batch of an acid solution that is pure acid with another that is 10​% to get the desired concentration?

A laboratory technician needs to make a 42​-liter batch of a 40​% acid solution. How can the laboratory technician combine a batch of an acid solution that is pure acid with another that is 10​% to... more
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05/04/22

Evaluate the expression for the given values of the variables.

Evaluate the expression for the given values of the variables.−k^2−​(8k−5​n)+9​n; k=−2 and n= -5
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05/04/22

Write the compound inequality as an absolute value inequality.

Write the compound inequality as an absolute value inequality.1.7≤h≤1.9
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05/04/22

Suppose the stadium takes in ​$1,448,500 from each​ sold-out event. How many seats does each section​ hold?

A stadium has 55,000 seats. Seats sell for ​$35 in Section​ A, ​$20 in Section​ B, and ​$15 in Section C. The number of seats in Section A equals the total number of seats in Sections B and C.... more
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04/29/22

How do I find Find f(g(5))

Given f(x) = 3x + 10   g(x) = x - 2  h(x) = x^2

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