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2 months ago
The vertex of an angle measuring 32° is in the exterior of a circle and its sides are secants of the circle. If the sum of the measures of the intercepted arcs is 180°, find the measure of each intercepted arc.
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Fine Furniture Company had a net income of $50,000. Accounts receivable increased by $30,000; inventory decreased by $20,000; amounts payable increased by $4,000; and salaries payable decreased by $1,000. The amount of cash flow from continuing operating activities under the indirect method is
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2 months ago
I don’t get this? Someone please answer and explain :))
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2 months ago
Calculate the volume of the composite solid. Round your answer to the nearest hundreth
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Find the volume of the composite solid. A. 702.00in^3B. 1218.03in^3C. 676.01in^3D. 811.51^3
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This is calculus using L'hospitals rule Lim x --> 0 (1+2x)^(-3/x)
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Please show work!!!!!!!!!
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Find an equation of a line that comes close to the points listed in below. Then use a graphing calculator to check that your line comes close to the points.x (2,4,5,6,8)y (12,10,6,6,1)A.y = 2 x + 2B.y = negative 2 x + 17C.y = negative 2 x + 18D.y = negative 1.3 x + 15
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2 months ago
Someone please explain (:
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Solve for a. A=a+b/2⋅ h a=Ah−b2a=2Ab−ha=2Ah−b
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When performing a horizontal analysis on an income statement, the percentage change in any individual item is calculated by dividing the dollar amount of the change from the base period to the current period by A. the average of the base and the current period amounts. B. the amount estimated for the future period. C. the base period amount. D. the current period amount.
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2 months ago
Given that bisects ∠CEA, which statements must be true? Select THREE options.m∠CEA = 90°m∠CEF = m∠CEA + m∠BEFm∠CEB = 2(m∠CEA∠CEF is a straight angle. ∠AEF is a right angle.
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2 months ago
Six friends ordered a pizza and decided to split the cost equally. If the total cost of the pizza was $16.95, determine the exact amount that each person owes and use it to identify the most accurate response.A) Each person owes $2.71 for the pizza. B) Each person owes $2.83 for the pizza. C) Each person owes $2.95 for the pizza. D) Each person owes $3.12 for the pizza.
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2 months ago
Anyone know this I need help
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2 months ago
WILL MARK AS BRAINLIEST AND 5 STAR RATING AND A THANKS FOR THE CORRECT ANSWER !!!!!What's the answer for this ?
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The Mosteller formula for calculating adult body surface area is Upper B equals StartRoot StartFraction hw Over 3131 EndFraction EndRoot, where B is an individual's body surface area in square meters, h is the individual's height in inches, and w is the individual's weight in pounds. Find the body surface area of an individual who is 68 inches tall and who weighs 141 pounds.
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2 months ago
The height of a hockey puck that is hit toward a goal is modeled by the function f(x) = −x2 + 8x − 10, where x is the distance from the point of impact. Complete the square to determine the maximum height of the path of the puck. −(x − 4)2 + 26; The maximum height of the puck is 26 feet. −(x − 4)2 + 26; The maximum height of the puck is 4 feet. −(x − 4)2 + 6; The maximum height of the puck is 4 feet. −(x − 4)2 + 6; The maximum height of the puck is 6 feet.
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2 months ago
Mrs Hong had some milk. She used of it to bake some waffles and300 ml to bake a pie. After baking the waffles and the pie, she had ofthe milk left. How much milk did Mrs Hong have at first?afhesT
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A plant foreman wanted to know how many hours had been spent on a particular project. He asked his supervisors to report the hours worked by each department. Here’s the information he received. Department A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .202.5 hours Department B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 3⁄4 hours Department C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198.25 hours Department D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215 1⁄5 hours Calculate the total number of hours spent on this project by all four departments. (Hint: Change all the hours to either decimals or fractions before adding.)
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2 months ago
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