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So, the answer is yes.

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Yes

4/9= 0.4444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444

1/3= 0.3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333

4/9= 0.4444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444

1/3= 0.3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333

in the figure p is the incenter of isosceles rst what type of triangle is rpt? Thank you in advance .

What is 38/4 as a mixed number

1/2/3 in simplest form

Evan has equal numbers of pop songs, jazz songs, and rock songs loaded on his personal music player. He has it set to play songs on a random shuffle. Suppose Evan is designing a simulation that could be used to estimate the probability that the next two songs to play are both jazz songs. Which simulation design could Evan use to estimate the probability? A. Coin Let heads (H) = jazz Let tails (T) = pop or rock Toss coin three times. Repeat. B. Number cube Let 1 = pop Let 2 jazz Let 3 = rock Roll cube four times. Repeat. C. Number cube Let 1,2 = pop Let 3,4 = jazz Let 5, 6 = rock Roll cube two times. Repeat. D. Random Digits Let 1,2,3 = jazzLet 4,5,6 = pop Let 7,8,9,0 = rockSelect two random digits. Repeat.

A shopper bought shoes marked $40. The sale tax is 8%. How much did the shopper pay in all?

What is 38/4 as a mixed number

1/2/3 in simplest form

Evan has equal numbers of pop songs, jazz songs, and rock songs loaded on his personal music player. He has it set to play songs on a random shuffle. Suppose Evan is designing a simulation that could be used to estimate the probability that the next two songs to play are both jazz songs. Which simulation design could Evan use to estimate the probability? A. Coin Let heads (H) = jazz Let tails (T) = pop or rock Toss coin three times. Repeat. B. Number cube Let 1 = pop Let 2 jazz Let 3 = rock Roll cube four times. Repeat. C. Number cube Let 1,2 = pop Let 3,4 = jazz Let 5, 6 = rock Roll cube two times. Repeat. D. Random Digits Let 1,2,3 = jazzLet 4,5,6 = pop Let 7,8,9,0 = rockSelect two random digits. Repeat.

A shopper bought shoes marked $40. The sale tax is 8%. How much did the shopper pay in all?

By analyzing the **asymptotes **we can find the g**raph **of the **rational function.** Also a** graph **is provided below.

We have the **rational function:**

f(x) = (2x)/(x^2 - 1).

First, you can see that we have two zeros on the **denominator**. One happens when x = 1 and the other when x = -1.

This means that the **graph **of this **function **will have two vertical **asymptotes **at these values. (four actually as we have one going to each end in each point).

With that description we can find the **graph **of the **function**, I will also post it so you can recognize it.

If you want to learn more about **rational functions**, you can read:

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

f(x) = 2 / (x^2 - 1) is better written as

2

f(x) = ------------------

(x - 1)(x + 1)

This is undefined at x = -1 and x = 1; there are vertical asymptotes at x = -1 and x = 1.

The y-intercept is found by letting x = 0; we get

2

f(x) = ------------------ = -2 => (0, -2)

(0 - 1)(0 + 1)

Please, next time, share the answer choices. Thank you.

In the decimal form 3/11 is .2727

B. two points

C. two circles

D. two ellipses

D because of the front of the plane and the back of the plane

full of water. How many gallons of water are in the tub?

You filled it with a ninth of the way full of water so you just simply divide the capacity of the tube by how much it's filled. In this case:

22.5/9 = 2.5

22.5/9 = 2.5

B trapezoid.............

b because base 1 and base 2 (top and bottom) are opposite and does not have equal length

**Ax + By: 18** and** Ax - By: 6** intersect in **(3,-2).** He finds **A** and **B.**

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substitute your point (3,-2) on both equations:

A(3)+b(-2)=18 <--equation 1

a(3)-b(-2)=6 <--equation 2

add both equations, you'll get

6A=24

A=4

substitute the value of A in any equtions

equation 1: (4)(3)-2b=18

simplify and solve for b, you'll get b=-3

thus, A=4 & B=-3

A(3)+b(-2)=18 <--equation 1

a(3)-b(-2)=6 <--equation 2

add both equations, you'll get

6A=24

A=4

substitute the value of A in any equtions

equation 1: (4)(3)-2b=18

simplify and solve for b, you'll get b=-3

thus, A=4 & B=-3