Passes through (-6,5) and parallel to 2x-3y=12


Answer 1
Answer: Steps:
1. Do the point slope form
Y-5=2(x + 6)
Y-5=2x +12
2. Now you add 5 to the number 12
3. Your answer is
Y=2x +17

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G I H… I think
Coplanar is when they are the same plane so i don’t know what else it could be

What is 3/5 divided 2 1/2?



6/25 or 0.24

Step-by-step explanation:

(3/5) / (2 1/2) =

(3/5) / (5/2) =

(3/5) × (2/5) =

6/25 = 0.24



Step-by-step explanation:

I Divided 3/5 by 1/2

Can some one please help me solve this ?


You're in high school.  You learned a long time ago that the distance between
any two points is . . .

square root of [ (difference in their x-values)²  +  (difference in their y-values)² ].

Your two points are  (-9, 6)  and  (-3, 9).

The difference in their x-values is  6 .
The difference in their y-values is  3 .

The distance between the points is . . .

 square root of [ (6)²  +  (3)² ]  =  √(36 + 9)  =  √45

so this can be set up like a triangle and use that pythagorian theorem
so to find a you subsitute (x₁-x₂) and for b subsitute (y₁-y₂)

we want to find c
square root both sides
√45=3√5 in other words 3 times √5

answer is 3√5

I need so much help with this question


Step-by-step explanation:

Looking at the graph, we can see that

A = (3, -3)

B = (10, -5)

C = (6, -8)

Reflecting over the y axis means reflecting over the big, bold vertical line in the middle. To do this for a point (x, y) simply means changing the x value to -x. For example, to reflect (6, 7) over the y axis, we would turn it into (-6, 7)

A' = (-3, -3)

B' = (-10, -5)

C' = (-6, -8)

Plot these points on the graph and connect them to get your new triangle

A cylindrical swimming pool has a diameter of 18 feet and a height of 4 feet. About how many liters of water are needed to fill the swimming pool 85% of its total volume? Round your answer to the nearest whole number. (1 ft³ ≈ 28.3 L) To the nearest whole number of liters.


Final answer:

To fill a cylindrical swimming pool with a diameter of 18 feet and a height of 4 feet 85% full, you'll need approximately 24462 liters of water.


To determine how many liters of water are needed to fill the swimming pool to 85% of its total volume, we first need to calculate the total volume of the cylindrical pool. The formula to calculate the volume of a cylinder is V=πr²h were r is the radius (half of the diameter) and h is the height. Therefore, the pool's total volume in cubic feet is V=π*9²*4 ≈ 1018 ft³. However, the student only wants to fill the swimming pool up to 85%, so we multiply this total volume by 0.85 to get approximately 865 ft³.

Since 1 ft³ ≈ 28.3 L, we can calculate the needed volume in liters by multiplying the 865 ft³ by 28.3 to obtain approximately 24462 liters of water. Round to the nearest whole number, so about 24462 liters of water are needed to fill the swimming pool es up to 85% of its volume.

Learn more about Cylindrical Volume Calculation


Wright a trinomial that has 9 x squared as the GCF of its terms


9x^4+9x^3+9x^2 is a possible wnswer


36x^4 + 27x^3 + 18x^2

or 81x^4 + 63x^3 + 27x^2

Step-by-step explanation: