Mathematics High School

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**Answer 1**

**Answer****:-**

**first take the angle sum property in triangle CAB**

**45+30+∠B=180**

**75+∠B=180**

**∠B=180-75**

**∠B=105**

**In a parallelogram, opposite angles are equal**

**therefore, **

**∠D=105(opposite angles are equal)**

**hope you find it helpful**

## Related Questions

How many units away is 1 from -6 on a number line? A. 7 B. -5 C. 5 D. -7

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**Answer:**

7

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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60°

60°

x= [ ? 1°

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x = 30

you can add 60 & 60 together subtract from 180 then divide by 2 or you can add 60 & 90 then subtract from 180

Reed is currently r years old. Which expression represents his age seven years from now

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**Answer: r+7**

Whatever his age is now, we add 7 to it. So we simply add 7 to r getting r+7.

Example: Say he is 10 years old now

r = 10

**r+7** = 10+7 = 17

meaning he will be 17 seven years from now

Is the coldest temperature represented by a positive or negative number? *

Positive

Negative

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The coldest temp is negative

Based on the table, which statement best describes a prediction for the end behavior of the graph of f(x)?

O As x = 0,f(x) = -00, and as x - -0,f(x) = 0

O As x - ,f(x) 0, and as x -00,f(x) - 00

As x - 00, f(x) 0, and as x -00,f(x) -

As X -f(x) - -00, and as x → ---0, f(x)

--00

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**Answer:**

B

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I got it right on edge

The describes a **prediction **for the **end** **behavior **of the graph of f(x) is

∞, f(x) - ∞ and x- (-∞), f(x) - ∞.

What is End Behavior of function?

The **behaviour **of the function graph at the "**ends**" of the x-**axis **is known as the end behaviour of a function, or f.

In other words, if we look at the **right end **of the x-axis (as x approaches + ∞) and the left end of the x-axis (as x approaches -∞), the end behavior of a function represents the trend of the graph.

We have,

the table as

x -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3

f(x) 14 6 0 -4 -6 -6 -3 0 6

If we look at the **table **then we can conclude for further values

x **tends **to ∞ then f(x) tends to ∞

and, when x **tends **to -∞ then f(x) tends to ∞.

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Round 287,301 to the nearest hundred thousand.

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**Answer:**

It is 300,000

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Need help with this please

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**Answer:**

c

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A negative function is when the graph is below the x axis.

When x < 0, the function is negative.

Plz help me out with this problem

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**Answer:**

C

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The answer is C because the graph of the function is increasing and Y has to be greater than the slope and C has a Y-intercept just like the equation

Solve each equation 3x+2(5x-3)=7

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**Answer:**

**1**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Step 1:**

**3x + 2 ( 5x - 3 ) = 7**

**Step 2:**

**3x + 10x - 6 = 7**

**Step 3:**

**13x - 6 = 7**

**Step 4:**

**13x = 13**

**Answer:**

**x = 1**

**Hope This Helps :) **

Rewrite 8 as an improper fraction. Use / for the fraction line.

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8/1 is the answer!

hope this helps

**Answer:**

8/1

**Step-by-step explanation:**

5.

A line passing through the points (-1, -5) and (4, t) has a slope equal to 1.

Find the value of t.

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**Answer: 1.2**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Slope (m) =

ΔY

ΔX

=

6

5

=1.2

θ =

arctan(ΔY)

ΔX

=50.194428907735°

ΔX = 4 – -1 = 5

ΔY = 1 – -5 = 6

Distance (d) = √ΔX2 + ΔY2 = √61 = 7.8102496759067

Equation of the line:

y = 1.2x – 3.8

or

y =

6x

5

– 19

5

When x=0, y = -3.8

When y=0, x = 3.1666666666667

find the value of x in the triangle at the right

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**Answer: X = 72**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

All triangles are 180 degrees, subtracting 36 from it

144 = 2x

divide 144 by 2

x = 72

PLEASE HELP SUPER EASY MATH PROBLEM WILL MARK BRAINLIEST

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**Answer:**

m∠5 = 67

m∠7 = 67

**Step-by-step explanation:**

m∠4 and m∠5 add up to 180 because they are same side interior angles.

180 - 113 = m∠5

m∠5 = 67

m∠5 = m∠7 because they are vertically opposite angles

hence, m∠7 = 67 degrees

**Answer:**

angle 5: 67 degrees. Angle 7: 67 degrees. (make sure to add the degrees logo)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

basically, angle 4 is 113 degrees. 180 degrees minus 113 is 67, which is how much angles 1 and 3 are. angles one and three are also equivalent to 5 and 7, which means they are also 67 degrees

what is the solution to this equation? 5x + 15 +2x =24 + 4x

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**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

5x + 15 + 2x = 24 + 4x

7x + 15 = 4x + 24

3x + 15 = 24

3x = 9

x = 3

Point P was rotated about the Irgun (0,0) by -15

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**Answer:**

D

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The point you're looking for is the same distance from the origin, but 15° clockwise around a circle centered at the origin. Points A and D are the only ones with the same radius. **Point D is the only one that is 15° clockwise from P**.

_____

The approximate coordinates of the rotated point are (-4.3120, 3.2259).

Solve and sketch its graph

1. 3x^2 - 4x = 0

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**Step-by-step explanation:**

By solving, I am assuming that you want to find the zeros.

So to find what x equals, first, you factor out an x.

3x² - 4x = 0

x(3x - 4) = 0

Here, you can separate the equation into two different equations to solve for x.

*3x - 4 = 0* and *x = 0*3x = 4x = [tex]\frac{4}{3}[/tex] and x = 0

Those are your zeros.

And for its graph, you can always look to an online graphing calculator. I used Desmos.

A concert hall has seven sections. Each section has twenty-three rows. Each row has fourteen seats. If the theater sells out for a particular performance, how many people attended? If the average ticket sold for $20, how much was collected at the box office?

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If the theater sells out, 2254 people would have attended. With each ticket being 20 dollars, $45,080 would have been collected at the box office

Rudy has $584.00. Does he have enough to buy a viola and an oboe ? How much is needed?

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**Answer:**

No he needs $598

**Step-by-step explanation:**

351+247=598

Solve for x.

3x^2-14=13

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**Answer:**

x = ± 3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given

3x² - 14 = 13 ( add 14 to both sides )

3x² = 27 ( divide both sides by 3 )

x² = 9 ( take the square root of both sides )

x = ± [tex]\sqrt{9}[/tex] = ± 3

What is the absolute value of |-64]

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**Answer:**

**64**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Step 1:**

**Absolute Value is the distance between a number and 0. **

**Answer:**

**The answer is 64 because - 64 is still 64 units away from zero.**

**Hope This Helps :)**

WILL MARK BRAINLIEST PLEASE ANSWER QUICK: In the equation y = 2x + 3, the number in front of the x is the _______

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**Answer:**

Slope

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Slope-Intercept Form: **y = mx + b**

*m* = slope

*b* = y-intercept

We are given y = 2x + 3:

We define our variables:

*m* = 2

*b* = 3

Therefore, our slope is 2 and our y-intercept is 3.

**Answer:**

Slope

**Step-by-step explanation:**

what is 12,220x3000457

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Answer: 36665584540

Step-by-step explanation:

**Answer:**

36,665,584,540

**Step-by-step explanation:**

i calculator the numbers in a paper and add them like i did in 7th grade like

Example:

12,220

3000457

+_______________

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36,665,584,540

⬇

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A family pays $8.00 to park at a concert. Tickets for the concert cost $13.50 per person. The family spent a total of $89.00 for parking fees and tickets to the concert. The situation can be modeled by the equation 89 = 13.5n + 8, where n represents the number of tickets purchased. How many concert tickets did the family purchase? tickets

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**Answer:**

89=13.5n=8 89-8=13.5n 81=13.5n 81/13.5=13.5n/13.5 6=n

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

6...I believe

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Tyler orders a meal that costs $15 A) If the tax rate is 6.6%, how much will sales tax be on Tyler's meal? B) Tyler also wants to keave a tip for the server. How much do you think he should pay in all?

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B well tip is 10% so do 15 times 10 + 15 and that will be your answer for b

**Answer: **

**.99**

**18.99**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The answer to the first one is o.99 bc you would change 6.6% to a decimal and that would be 0.066 then you would add one to it and multiply it by 15 so the equation would look like this 1.066*15=0.99

The answer to the second one is 18.99 bc you would add 20% to 6.6% to get 26.6% and then you would change that into a decimal and add one to it to get 1.266 then multiply it by 15 to get 18.99

is 3/4 rational or irrational

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**Answer:**

rational

**Step-by-step explanation:**

cause it can be written as a fraction.

Find two consecutive even integers such that six times the lesser added to the greater gives

a sum of 86

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12 and 14 are the answers

Convert 5.4 • 10^3 to standard form

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**Answer:**

5400

**Step-by-step explanation:**

you move the decimal point 3 times

5√5 can be written in the form [tex]5^{k}[/tex]

Find the value of k

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**Answer:**

n=3/2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

5 = 5^(1/2)

5√5 = [5^1] * [5^(1/2)]

when you multiply you add exponents

5√5 = 5^(1 + 1/2)

but 1 = 2/2

so

5√5 = 5^[(2/2) + (1/2)] = 5^[3/2]

Point K is on line segment \overline{JL} JL . Given JK=5x+7,JK=5x+7, JL=2x+8,JL=2x+8, and KL=4,KL=4, determine the numerical length of \overline{JL}. JL .

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**Answer:**

JL = 6 units

**Step-by-step explanation:**

It is given that,

K lies on line segment JL.

We have, JK=5x+7,JL=2x+8, and KL=4.

JL = JK + KL

2x+8 = 5x+7 + 4

Taking like terms together.

8-7-4=5x-2x

-3 = 3x

**x = -1**

Put x = -1 in JL = 2x+8. So,

JL = 2(-1)+8

JL = 6

**Hence, the length of JL is 6 units.**

the product of 7 and the difference between a number and 10

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**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**thats written out like this**

**7x(a-10)**

**if your asking whats the number you cant really find that out also there might not be parentheses thats just how i write it**