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❣️ ☯️ ☦️please i need help really really badllyyy ☦️ ☯️❣️2. write a justification for a line 2, line 3, and line 4. explain why you chose each justification.line 1: 5x-2=3x+7line 2: 2x-2=7line 3: 2x=9line 4: x=4.5thank you
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Which property of equality would be used to solve the equation -3x = 252?additionsubtractionmultiplicationdivision
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The sports boosters club is having a bake sale to buy uniforms. They want to raise $250. They need to rent a booth for $20. How many dozen cookies will they need to sell if they charge $3 per dozen?Which equation could be used to solve this problem?250 = 3c - 20250 = 3 - 20c250 = 20 - 3c250 = 20c - 3
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ANSWER ASAP PLEASEJavier has 3 bags that contained numbered balls.Bag A has balls numbered 1 to 3.Bag B has balls numbered 4 to 6.Bag C has balls numbered 7 to 9.Javier and his friend Mayling make diagrams to represent all the possible outcomes if Javier pulls one ball from each bag. However, when they compared diagrams, they realized that their diagrams were different.Which diagram shows the correct sample space if Javier draws one ball from each bag? Using the correct diagram, how many outcomes are there where at least two balls show an odd number? [8, 16, 10, 12]Using the correct diagram, how many outcomes are there where just one ball is a multiple of 4? [12, 9, 15, 6]
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A triangular prism is 20 millimeters long and has a triangular face with a base of 24 millimeters and a height of 16 millimeters. The other two sides of the triangle are each 20 millimeters. What is the surface area of the triangular prism?
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I need help with my homework problem, I'm. not sure what formula to use or how to do it. I attached the problem belowYou begin saving for retirement at age 25, and you plan to retire at age 60. You want to deposit a certain amount each month into an account that pays an APR of 3% compounded monthly. Make a table that shows the amount you must deposit each month in terms of the nest egg you desire to have when you retire. (Round your answers to the nearest cent.)Nest egg size Needed deposit$100,000 $ $200,000 $ $300,000 $ $400,000 $ $500,000 $ $600,000 $ $700,000 $ $800,000 $ $900,000 $ $1,000,000 $
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PLEASE HELPPPPP Find the indicated limit, if it exists. limit of f of x as x approaches negative 4 where f of x equals x plus 3 when x is less than negative 4 and f of x equals 3 minus x when x is greater than or equal to negative 4
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PLS HELP!!! a graph of Evan’s bank account is shown. What are the dependent and independent variables?
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If m∠B = 24°, and m∠D = 46°, what is m∠BEA?
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Malik wants to find the probability that he and his friend Alyssa will have P.E. as their first elective for the next school year. There are six electives to choose from this school year.Malik designs a simulation where he flips two coins to determine whether he and Alyssa will have PE as their first elective. If the coins land "heads," they will have P.E. first. If the coins land "tails," they will have a different elective first. Malik flips the coins 15 times to calculate the probability they will both have P.E. as their first elective. A better simulation is to change the simulation method to [spinning a spinner with 6 equal sections; just flipping one coin twice; spinning a spinner with 4 equal sections; drawing a card from a deck of 52 cards]Malik should change 15 trials to [75, 30, 10, 50, 5] trials. This will provide results that are closer to the theoretical probability.Using the new simulation criteria, Malik should expect the probability that he and Alyssa will both have P.E. as their first elective to be about [25%, 16.7%, 2.78%, 6.25%]
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