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Angles α and β are the two acute angles in a right triangle. Use the relationship between sine and cosine to find the value of α if α < β. sin(2x − 8) = cos(6x − 6)
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Determine the equation of the line given by the graph. A) y = 2 3 x − 1 B) y = 3 2 x − 1 C) y = −2 3 x − 1 D) y = −3 2 x − 1
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Eva is jumping on a trampoline. Her height h at time t can be modeled by the equation h=-16t^2+20t+6. Would Eva reach a height of 14 feet?
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Write an equation in intercept form of the parabola that Passes through (-1,40) and x=-5, 4
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Julie has two formal events to go to--one for her work and one for her partner's work. She has six formal dresses--two blue ones, one black, one red, and two white. Since the same people will not be at the two events she is okay wearing the same dress. She finds the probabilty that she wears a blue and a red dress as p(blue and red) = 2 6 · 1 6 . What do you know about the two events
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On February 1, the electricity meter reading for the Smith residence was 19,423 kilowatt hours. On March 1, the meter read 20,288 kilowatt hours. On April 1, the meter read 21,163 kilowatt hours. a. How many kilowatt hours of electricity did the Smiths use during February? b. How many kilowatt hours did they use during March?
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HELP PLEASEDetermine the missing statements and reasons for the following proof.
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You ask randomly chosen students which candidate they will vote for in the upcoming election. A total of 50 students in the sample said they will vote for Candidate A. There are 2500 students in the school. Find the number of students in the sample who said they will vote for Candidate C. Then predict the number of students in the school who will vote for Candidate C.You ask randomly chosen students which candidate they will vote for in the upcoming election. A total of 50 students in the sample said they will vote for Candidate A. There are 2500 students in the school. Find the number of students in the sample who said they will vote for Candidate C. Then predict the number of students in the school who will vote for Candidate C.You ask randomly chosen students which candidate they will vote for in the upcoming election. A total of 50 students in the sample said they will vote for Candidate A. There are 2500 students in the school. Find the number of students in the sample who said they will vote for Candidate C. Then predict the number of students in the school who will vote for Candidate C. Candidate A is 25%, Candidate B is 15%, and Candidate C is 60%.
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HELPPPPPPPPPPPP and explain
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There is a spinner with 11 equal areas, number 1 through 11. If the spinner is spun one time, what is the probability that the result is a multiple of 5 and a multiple of 2?
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