**Answer:**

3%

**Step-by-step explanation**

It will be 3% hope this helped

CAN SOMEONE HELP ME I DONT UNERSTANND THIS PROBLEM

**Answer:**

Step 2 B

**Step-by-step explanation:**

You are supposed to solve the parentheses and exponents first.

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WILL MARK BRAINLIEST

1. 10 pastries

2. $11

3. 5 miles

4. 0.83 cups

5. 9 pizzas

1. $0.41

2. erik because there is more

2. $11

3. 5 miles

4. 0.83 cups

5. 9 pizzas

1. $0.41

2. erik because there is more

Please help! No bots are acceptable. Please answer both! there is no right answer, they just have to equal what ever number they tell you too.

1. -10+x=-8 X=2

2. -2/5•y+-4/5 X=2

Hope this helps!

2. -2/5•y+-4/5 X=2

Hope this helps!

**Answer:**

A.-10+x=-8 X=2

B. -2/5 x (y+-4/5) X=2

100 points t who answers first and if answered right u will get brainiest ok

On the southeast corner of Millennium Park, there is a garden walk. It is marked off in red in the drawing below. Side C, the hypotenuse of the triangle, shows the row along which flowers will be planted.

⦁ If side a measures 90 feet and side b measures 120 feet, how many feet of flowers will be planted along side c, the hypotenuse of the triangle? Show your work and explain your reasoning. (2 points)

⦁ Calculate the area of the red triangle to find the area of the garden. Show your work. (2 points)

⦁ Millennium Park has an outdoor concert theater. Before a concert, the area reserved for special seating is roped off in the shape of a triangle as shown below. How can the converse of the Pythagorean theorem help you determine whether the roped off area is in the shape of a right triangle? (2 points)

⦁ The front of the stage, side C, is 50 feet long. A 40-foot rope runs along the side of square B. A 30-foot rope runs along the side of square A. Is the roped off area, triangle ABC, a right triangle? Explain. (2 points)

e) The diagonal of square A, marked off by the red stars, is where the concession stand is located. A local high school band is performing at the outdoor theater on a summer evening. The band has a school banner that is 40-feet long, and band members would like to hang it across the concession stand to let people know they are performing. Estimate the length of the concession stand to determine if the school banner can fit across the length of the concession stand. Show your work and explain your reasoning. (2 points)

Step 2: Finding distance on the coordinate grid

⦁ This is a blueprint drawing of the stage area at Millennium Park. The length of one square on the grid is equal to 5 feet. According to the blueprint, the length of the diagonal of square C is 60 feet. Is that correct? Explain. (2 points).

b) If the blueprint is drawn on the coordinate plane with vertices (1, 5) and (11, 15) for the corners labeled with red stars, would that be an accurate representation of the length of the diagonal of the square C? Show your work and explain your reasoning. (4 points—2 points for finding the length of the diagonal; 2 points for explanation)

Step 3: Using the Pythagorean theorem to find the unknown

At another park in Chicago, neighbors get together to plan a community garden. Plans for the community garden are shown below.

a) The members of the gardening group plan to build a walkway through the garden as formed by the hypotenuse of each of the four triangles in the drawing. That way, the gardeners will be able to access all sections of the garden. Calculate the length of the entire walkway to the nearest hundredth of a yard. Show your work. (4 points—1 point for each length calculation and 1 point for the total distance)

⦁ Is the value you just wrote for the total length of the walkway a rational or irrational number? Explain. (2 points)

⦁ The group is planning to build a fence around the garden. How many yards of fencing materials do they need for the fence? Show your work. (3 points—2 points for finding the value of side b and 1 point for finding the perimeter of the garden)

**Answer:**

side c = 150 feet of flowers

Area = 5400 feet squared

concert question:

The converse of the Pythagorean theorem can help you determine whether the roped off area is in the shape of a right triangle because you use the side lengths of each square and enter them into the equation, and if the equation is true, then it is a right triangle

Concession stand question:

The school banner can fit across the length of the concession stand

the following information is missing

The length if the sides: c is 50 feet long, b is 40 foot long, and a is 30-foot long.

The distance between the two red stars of the picture makes the hypotenuse of a right triangle, where two sides of length a (30 ft) are the legs. From Pythagorean theorem, diagonal of square A is:

diagonal² = 30² + 30²

diagonal = √1800 = 42.43 ft

which is longer than the banner.

Blueprint question:

No, diagonal of square C is 70.71ft

2nd blueprint question:

50 square root 2

Gardening group:

50.24 yards

Which value of kkk makes 5-k+12=165−k+12=165, minus, k, plus, 12, equals, 16 a true statement?

**Answer:**

k=1

Step-by-step explanation:

Simplify 1/k

3 2 1

(((—+2)-(—•k))-4)-(—-2) = 0

k k k

2.1 Subtracting a whole from a fraction

2 2 • k

2 = — = —————

1 k

2.2 Adding up the two equivalent fractions

Add the two equivalent fractions which now have a common denominator

1 - (2 • k) 1 - 2k

——————————— = ——————

k k

Simplify 2/k

3 2 (1-2k)

(((—+2)-(—•k))-4)-—————— = 0

k k k

Simplify 3/k

3 2 (1-2k)

(((—+2)-(—•k))-4)-—————— = 0

k k k

5.1 Adding a whole to a fraction

3 (1 - 2k)

(((— + 2) - 2) - 4) - ———————— = 0

k k

6.1 Subtracting a whole from a fraction

2 2 • k

2 = — = —————

1 k

7.1 Subtracting a whole from a fraction

3 + 2 • k 2k + 3

————————— = ——————

k k

8.1 Adding fractions which have a common denominator

Combine the numerators together, put the sum or difference over the common denominator then reduce to lowest terms if possible:

2 2 • k

2 = — = —————

1 k

9.1 Pull out like factors :

2 - 2k = -2 • (k - 1)

10.1 When a fraction equals zero ...

Where a fraction equals zero, its numerator, the part which is above the fraction line, must equal zero.

Now,to get rid of the denominator, Tiger multiplys both sides of the equation by the denominator.

Here's how:

-2•(k-1)

———————— • k = 0 • k

k

Now, on the left hand side, the k cancels out the denominator, while, on the right hand side, zero times anything is still zero.

The equation now takes the shape :

-2 • (k-1) = 0

Equations which are never true:

10.2 Solve : -2 = 0

This equation has no solution.

A a non-zero constant never equals zero.

Solving a Single Variable Equation:

10.3 Solve : k-1 = 0

Add 1 to both sides of the equation :

k = 1

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Equations are expressions separated by an equal sign. The** value of k** that will make the equation true is **-1**

Given the **equation **expressed as

5−k+12=16

We need to find the** value of "k**" that will make the equation equal

Given

5−k+12=16

Collect the like terms

17 - k = 16

Subtract 17 from both sides

17 - k - 17 = 16 - 17

k = 16 - 17

k = -1

Hence the** value of k** that will make the equation true is **-1**

Learn more on **equations **here; https://brainly.com/question/2972832

PLEASE ANSWER ASAP! 20 POINTS!

**Answer:**

c

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Plz help me thxs ASAP

**Answer:**

12

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Just count how many on 2 1/4 and the ones longer than it. it makes 12

**Answer:**

12

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Sorry it delayed my answer but its 12 because it says 2 1/4 or longer so you add how many dots are on 2 1/4 plus the ones after that, that are more and it is 12 feathers (:

Which of the following measurements could be the side lengths of a right triangle?

A. √44 in, √8 in, √40 in

B. √56 in, √24 in, √28 in

C. √36 in, √24 in, √64 in

D.√32 in,√8 in, √40 in

The answer should be C but I’m not for sure ask your teacher sorry!!

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The sixth term is 22 and the common difference is six. Whats the fiftieth term?

Its 76 cause 6 times 9 is 54 and 54+22 is 76

the fifth term is 76

Type of Ball football basketball baseball softball

Cost per

Ball

$8.00 $9.00 $7.00 $5.00

Total

Number of

Balls

(from Part

1)

1. When Mrs. Weeks bought all of the baseballs and softballs, she paid

for them using four $100.00 bills. How much change did she receive?

2. Write expressions that include parentheses and order of operations to

show how to find the answer. Show your work.

3. After school began, Mrs. Weeks realized that she needed more

basketballs and footballs. If she spent $135.00 on basketballs and

$48.00 on footballs, how many more balls did she purchase?

4. Write expressions the include parentheses and order of operations to

show how to find the answer. Show your work.

**Answer:**

1.- He received 388 dollars in exchange.

2.-(100 x 4) - (7.00 + 5.00)

= 400 - 12

= 488

3.- I buy 15 basketballs.

And I buy 6 soccer balls.

4.- (135 ÷ 9) (48 ÷ 8)

= 15, 6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I hope I have helped you can you put that this is the smartest answer please?

Victor wants to conduct a survey to find how much time the students of his school spent playing football. Which of the following is an appropriate statistical question for this survey?

- Who plays football on weekends?

- Who plays football the most on Mondays?

- How many hours per week do you play football?

- How many students play football for one hour every day?

**Answer:**

How many hours per week do you play football?

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Select all the statements that would be true in a probability model for rolling a cube with faces numbered 1 through 6.

Sample space: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

P(1) = 16

P(2) = 26

P(6) = 16

The outcomes of the trial: 2, 2, 2, 5, 3, 2, 6, 5, 6, 1

**Answer: A,B, D and E.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**When a cube with faces numbered 1 through 6 is rolled:**

**(A)The sample space is 1,2,3,4,5,6. Option A is correct**

**(B) P(rolling a 1) =1/6, Option B is correct**

**(C)P(rolling a 2)=1/6, therefore option C is incorrect.**

**(D)P(rolling a 6)=1/6, Option D is correct**

**(E)In an experimental trial, the outcome must be members of the sample space. Therefore, the outcomes in option (E), 2, 2, 2, 5, 3, 2, 6, 5, 6, 1 are valid.**

Can someone plz answer thisssssss

**Answer:**

11.75

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

$11.75

**Step-by-step explanation:**

So $47.00 is the total amount of money that he paid for 4 tickets. You wanna find how much each ticket is so it would be $47.00 divided by 4 which is $11.75

Find the value of x.

Equation?

X?

Answer:

(12x + 19) + (22x - 9) = 180°, x = 5

Step-by-step explanation:

Supplementary angles are 2 angles that adds up to 180°

Another words,

(12x + 19) + (22x - 9) = 180°

Now we solve for x by combining like terms:

34x + 10 = 180°

Subtract 10 on both sides:

34x = 170°

Divide 34 on both sides:

x = 5

The answer is what they said

I need help with this!!!!!!!!!

the answer is B bc 8 time is the radius squared times pi

Answer: B

Step-by-step explanation: The formula for the area of a circle is A = πr2. The way you find r is dividing the diameter by 2. So B is the answer.

help me with this please

**Answer:**

i will asnwer you if you tell me what it is asking you to do

what do you have to do

Find the percent of change. Yesterday 270 concert tickets were sold.

a) Today 216 tickets were sold.

b) Use the percent of change to predict the number of tickets sold tomorrow.

c) Find the percent of change in the number of tickets sold from yesterday to tomorrow.

**Answer:**

the anwser is b because the tickets are getting sold a a lower price

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Find the length of the side of a square with an area of 144inches squared

**Answer:**

12

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

12 inches

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**if it's a square you have to multiply 2 of the same numbers **

**one length is 12 inches because**

**12 x 12 = 144 **

**B)**

HELP HELP HELP PLSSSS

**Answer:**

blue increased is addition

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I believe it’s 20 + y

SCIENCE QUESTION BUT I HAD TO PUT IN MATH - I WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST TO CORRECT ANSWER

Light energy from the Sun is used by a plant to perform photosynthesis. Which structure of the plant helps it to absorb this energy?

A. chloroplast

B. root

C. stamen

D. xylem

a. chloropast

it absorbs the sun.

it absorbs the sun.

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if there are no fake answers i will do 15 points next time

**Answer:**

#1) 15*6*7=630CM^3

#2) (50)^3=50*50*50=125,000

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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PLEASE HELP ME! ILL GIVE BRAINLIEST

1. x=6

2. x=6

3. x=6

4. x=6

they are all 6

2. x=6

3. x=6

4. x=6

they are all 6

I need help ill give brainliest

NO LINKS

**Answer:**

100%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

No data is above 61

answer: 100 percent

Janet has 6 red marbles, 3 blue marbles, 2 green marbles, and 1 black marble in a bag. She randomly picks one marble, keeps it out of the

bag, and then picks a second marble from the bag.

What is the probability Janet will pick a green marble first and then a red marble?

A. 1/12

B. 1/11

C. 1/3

D. 8/23

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

1/3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

if bed bugs belong on beds where do cockroaches go and stay? hmmmmmm whoever answers first gets a brainlist

**Answer:**

They live in sewers or humid areas

**Step-by-step explanation:**

PLZ HELP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

**Answer:**

4/5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Answer:

15

Step-by-step explanation:

(4 ^2) - 1

This is due in 10 minutes so please answer quickly of you can!

Simplify the expression: 6+2(7x-3)

**Answer:**

56x-24

**Step-by-step explanation:**

6+2(7x-3)

6+2=8

8(7x-3)

8×7x=56x

8×3=24

=56x-24

Please help with the question! I'll give brainliest to the correct answer.

**Answer:**

True, Point G is in Quadrant II.

**Answer: G is on Quadrant ll**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Can someone please explain composite events to me in layman's terms?

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A simple event is one that can only happen in one way - in other words, it has a single outcome. If we consider our previous example of tossing a coin: we get one outcome that is a head or a tail. A compound event is more complex than a simple event, as it involves the probability of more than one outcome.

Elena is programming a video game. She needs to simulate the power-up that the player gets when they reach a certain level. The computer can run a program to return a random integer between 1 and 100. Elena wants the best power-up to be rewarded 15% of the time. She could use the computer to simulate the player getting the best power-up at least 2 out of 3 times.

Which of the following matches the results to get the best power-up at least 2 out of 3 times.

1 Elena could have the computer generate 3 random integers between 1 and 100. If at least 1 of the numbers are between 1 and 15, then the player got the best power-up at least twice.

2 Elena could have the computer generate 3 random integers between 1 and 100. If at least 2 of the numbers are between 1 and 15, then the player got the best power-up at least twice.

3 Elena could have the computer generate 3 random integers between 1 and 100. If at least 2 of the numbers are between 1 and 30, then the player got the best power-up at least twice.

**Answer:**

13The smallest zero or root is x = -10

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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