Mathematics College

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**Answer 1**

The **x-intercept** and the slope Set y=0 giving 0=10x+3000 x=300010=300 seconds, or precisely 5 minutes.

How to you interpret the x-intercept and the slope?

Y is described as being "**above ground**" in height. He will get into problems if he descends below ground!

In regard to time x, the right hand side (RHS) has negative 10x, which decreases 3000. Consequently, the starting height must be 3000 feet. Moreover, it is the y-intercept.

The number of feet that the parachutist will descend in x seconds must be the -10x. It is also the graph's gradient or slope.

The graph's intersection with the x-axis indicates that y=0 and y is the height above the earth.

The point when the item is about to strike the ground is therefore the x-intercept.

The rate of descent, or slope, remains constant as time (x) passes.

The rate of fall is actually a extremely rounded value In metric form, I believe the speed to be 9.81 meters per second per second, to two decimal places.

It is approximately 32.2 feet per second per second in imperial form.

to determine how long it will take to reach the ground.

Set y=0 giving 0=10x+3000 x=300010=300 seconds, or **precisely **5 minutes.

The complete question is : A skydiver parachutes to the ground. The height y (in feet) of the skydiver after x seconds is y=−10x+3000, how do you graph and Interpret the x-intercept and the slope?

To learn more about **x intercept** refer to:

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**Answer 2**

**Answer 5 mins**

**becasue i solved in. my phone and my teacher said its right **

## Related Questions

Linear function ху 60 10-8 The values in the table represent a linear function. How does the value of y change in relation to a change in the value of x? A) for every change in x by-2, y changes by 4 B) for every change in x by 2, y changes by-4 C) for every change in x by -4, y changes by -2 D) for every change in x by -2, y changes by -4

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Here, we want to get how the value of y change relative to a change in value of x

Kevin scored at the 60th percentile on a test given to 9840 students. How many students scored lower than Kevin? students

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Kevin scored at the 60th percentile on a test given to 9840 students.

Percentile of Kevin = 60th

Number of students = 9840

*The objective is to find the number of students, those scored lower than Kevin*

Let *x * be the number of students, those scored lower than Kevin.

The formula for the percentile is as follows;

[tex]\text{ Percentile=}\frac{Number\text{ of students who scored lower than kevin}}{Total\text{ number of students}}\times100[/tex]

Substitute the value;

[tex]\begin{gathered} \text{ Percentile=}\frac{Number\text{ of students who scored lower than kevin}}{Total\text{ number of students}}\times100 \\ 60=\frac{x}{9840}\times100 \\ x=\frac{9840\times60}{100} \\ x=5904 \end{gathered}[/tex]

Therefore, there are 5904 students who cored lower than Kevin out of 9840

**Answer : 5904 students**

what would be the best first step in solving this system x^2 - 3x + 2y = -4 y = 3x + 2A. isolate x in the first equationB. substitute for y in the first equationc. substitute for x in the second equationD.n isolate x in the second equation

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Explanation

we are asked to solve the system of equations:

[tex]\begin{gathered} x^2-3x+2y=-4 \\ y=3x+2 \end{gathered}[/tex]

The first step in getting the solution to this will be to substitute for y = 3x +2 in the first equation

**Therefore,**** option B**** is correct**

How do you write 7 square root x^5 in exponential form

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Given:

[tex]7(\sqrt[]{x})^5[/tex]

To find the exponential form:

[tex]\begin{gathered} 7(\sqrt[]{x})^5=7(x^{\frac{1}{2}})^5 \\ =7x^{\frac{5}{2}} \end{gathered}[/tex]

**Hence, exponential form is,**

[tex]7x^{\frac{5}{2}}[/tex]

Which number line shows points are to represent the opposite of P

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**Explanation**

The given image marks point p at -3 . Therefore, the opposite of -3 is +3. The corresponding number line that marks R as +3 is given as

**Answer: Option 2**

Use the rules of exponents to evaluate and simplify the expression. Type all without negative exponents. Make sure “a”and “b” are both in parentheses

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We are given the following expression:

[tex](ab)^{-2}[/tex]

First, we will use the following property of exponentials:

[tex](xy)^{-c}=x{}^{-c}y^{-c}[/tex]

Applying the property we get:

[tex](ab)^{-2}=(a^{-2})(b^{-2})[/tex]

Now, we use the following property of exponentials:

[tex]x^{-c}=\frac{1}{x^c}[/tex]

Applying the property we get:

[tex](a^{-2})(b^{-2})=\frac{1}{(a^2)(b^2)}=\frac{1}{(ab)^2}[/tex]

Since we can't simplify any further this is the final answer.

Circle all systems of equations that have NO solutions. A. y = 5 – 3x y = -3x + 4 B. y = 4x – 1 4y = 16x – 4 C. 5x – 2y = 3 10x – 4y = 6 D. 3x + 7y = 42 6x + 14 y = 50 E. y = 5 + 2x y = 5x + 2

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To determine if a system of equation have solution you have to determine if the **slope (m)** is equal or diferent.

If the slope is the same it has NO solution

If the slope is different has a solution

If the equations are equivalents have infinite solutions

To determine the slope the equation must be is the form:

[tex]y=mx+b[/tex]

Then

**A. **

y = 5 – 3x

In this equation the slope is m = -3

y = -3x + 4

In this equation the slope is m= - 3

The system has **NO solution**

**B. **

y = 4x – 1

m= 4

4y = 16x – 4

You need to simplify the equation, as follow:

[tex]\frac{4}{4}y=\frac{16}{4}x-\frac{4}{4}[/tex][tex]y=4x-1[/tex]

Then the equation are the same it means the system has* ***infinited solutions.**

**C.**

5x – 2y = 3

[tex]-2y=3-5x[/tex][tex]y=-\frac{3}{2}+\frac{5}{2}x[/tex]

m= 5/2

10x – 4y = 6

[tex]-4y=6-10x[/tex][tex]y=-\frac{6}{4}+\frac{10}{4}x[/tex]

Simplify:

[tex]y=-\frac{3}{2}+\frac{5}{2}x[/tex]

Then the equation are the same it means the system has* ***infinited solutions.**

**D. **

3x + 7y = 42

[tex]7y=42-3x[/tex][tex]y=\frac{42}{7}-\frac{3}{7}x[/tex][tex]y=6-\frac{3}{7}x[/tex]

m= -3/7

6x + 14 y = 50

[tex]14y=50-6x[/tex][tex]y=\frac{50}{14}-\frac{6}{14}x[/tex][tex]y=\frac{25}{7}-\frac{3}{7}x[/tex]

m= -3/7

The system has **NO solution**

**E. **

y = 5 + 2x

m= 2

y = 5x + 2

m= 5

The system has *one solution*

**Then the systems that have NO solution are: A and D**

PLEASE HELP ASAPName all sets to which the number belongs. There may be more thanone answer.Sqaurerootof50

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We have to find to which group the square root of 50 belongs.

Not all square roots are irrational, but some are, like the square root of prime numbers.

In this case we have to **factorize** 50:

[tex]\sqrt{50}=\sqrt{25\cdot2}=\sqrt{25}\cdot\sqrt{2}=5\sqrt{2}[/tex]

As we know that the square root of 2 is irrational, a multiple of this has to be irrational.

**So the square root of 50 is an irrational number.**

There are 28 students in a homeroom. How may différent ways can they be chosen tobe elected President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary?

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There are 28 students in a homeroom. How many différent ways can they be chosen to be elected President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary?

In this problem, we have a permutation

so

Find out 28P4

[tex]28P4=\frac{28!}{(28-4)!}[/tex]

28P4=491,400

therefore

the answer is 491,400

On the math test last week,Jacob got 85% of the questions correct. How can this be percent be written as a fraction ?

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The number in percent can be expressed as the fraction of 100. So 85% can be expressed as,

[tex]\begin{gathered} \frac{85}{100}=\frac{17\cdot5}{20\cdot5} \\ =\frac{17}{20} \end{gathered}[/tex]

85% is expressed as **17/20 ** in fraction.

**Answer: 17/20**

**Answer:**

**85/100 = 17/20**

**Step-by-step explanation: In general, 85% is 85/100, but we can shorten that to an easier answer like 17/20.**

The letters S, E, M, I, T, R, O, P, I, C, A, and L are written on pieces of paper and placed in a hat. Without looking, you draw one letter. Find the probability of drawing a consonant.

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**Answer:**

**P = 7/12**

**Explanation:**

There are 12 letters in the hat and 7 of them (S, M, T, R, P, C, L) are consonants. The probability of drawing a consonant is the ratio of the number of consonants to the total number of letters, so the probability is

P = 7/12

Victor normally sells roadside cashews for $12 per pound and his roadside stands today is discounting the price 25% if Carla buys 2 3/4 pounds of roasted cashews at the Discounted price how much will she pay

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Victor sells roadside cashews for $12 per pound.

Today, the price is discounted by 25%. The discount is

25% of $12 = 25/100*$12 = $3

Thus the discounted price is $12 - $3 = $9 per pound

Carla buys 2 3/4 pounds of roasted cashews at that discounted price, thus she will pay:

$9 * 2 3/4

Expressing 2 3/4 as a single fraction:

2 3/4 = 2 + 3/4 = (8+3)/4 = 11/4

Carla will pay:

$9 * 11/4 = $24.75

**Carla will pay $24.75**

Jenny is selling raffle tickets. For every 3 tickets, she charges $18. Complete the table below showing the number of tickets and the amount Jenny charges. Number of tickets 3 7 10 Х 5 ? Charge ($) 18 30 48

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Given that for every 3 tickets, Jenny charges $18.

Let's find the amount charged for 1 ticket:

[tex]\text{Price per ticket = }\frac{18}{3}=\text{ \$6 per ticket}[/tex]

Therefore, Jenny charges $6 for each ticket.

For 5 tickets, the charge is:

5 * 6 =** $30**

For 7 tickets, the charge is:

7 * 6 =** $42**

For 10 tickets, the charge is:

10 * 6 = **$60**

For 8 tickets, the charge is:

8 * 6 =** $48**

A randomly generated list of numbers from 0 to 4 is being used to simulatean event, with the number 4 representing a success. What is the estimatedprobability of a success?A. 20%B. 75%C. 25%D. 80%

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**Given:**

A randomly generated list of numbers from 0 to 4 is being used to simulate an event, with the number 4 representing success.

**Required:**

What is the estimated probability of success.

**Explanation:**

The probability is

[tex]=\frac{\text{ Number of favorable cases}}{\text{ Total number of cases}}[/tex]

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 are choices.

Favorable case is number 4.

So, probability

[tex]\begin{gathered} =\frac{1}{5} \\ =0.2 \\ =20\% \end{gathered}[/tex]

**Answer:**

Option A is correct.

Find X and y intercepts 7x+10y=40

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To find the intercept of the function on the x-axis, replace y = 0 and solve for x:

[tex]\begin{gathered} y=0 \\ 7x+10y=40 \\ 7x+10(0)=40 \\ 7x+0=40 \\ 7x=40 \\ \text{ Divide by 7 from both sides of the equation} \\ \frac{7x}{7}=\frac{40}{7} \\ x=\frac{40}{7} \end{gathered}[/tex]

Therefore, **the x-intercept of the function is in the ordered pair:**

[tex](\frac{40}{7},0)[/tex]

To find the intercept of the function on the y-axis, replace x = 0 and solve for y:

[tex]\begin{gathered} x=0 \\ 7(0)+10y=40 \\ 0+10y=40 \\ 10y=40 \\ \text{ Divide by 10 from both sides of the equation} \\ \frac{10y}{10}=\frac{40}{10} \\ y=4 \end{gathered}[/tex]

Therefore, **the y-intercept of the function is in the ordered pair:**

[tex](0,4)[/tex]

Took a pic for better quality, Can you answer as quick as possible, this is due at 9:00, Thanks

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The scatter plot represents a group of points that is clearly decreasing at a steady rate, this means that the equation that represents them is a linear equation with negative inclination. A linear equation is given by the following formulla:

[tex]y=m\cdot x+b[/tex]

Where m is the inclination and b is the y-intercept. Since the inclination must be negative, the only possible option is A.

Sally's wallet contains• 5 quarters• 3 dimes• 8 nickels• 4 penniesSally will randomly choose a coin, replace it, and randomly choose another coin. What is teh probability thatshe will choose a dime and then a quater?

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Sally's wallet contains the following coins

Quarters = 5

Dimes = 3

Nickels = 8

Pennies = 4

What is the probability that she will choose a dime and then a quarter?

Recall that the probability of an event is given by

[tex]P=\frac{\text{number of favorable outcomes}}{\text{total number of outcomes}}[/tex]

The probability that she will choose a **dime** is given by

[tex]P(dime)=\frac{3}{5+3+8+4}=\frac{3}{20}[/tex]

The probability that she will choose a **quarter** is given by

(note that replacement is allowed so the total number of coins remains the same)

[tex]P(quarter)=\frac{5}{5+3+8+4}=\frac{5}{20}=\frac{1}{4}[/tex]

So, the probability that she will choose a **dime** **and then a quarter** is

[tex]\begin{gathered} P(dime\: and\: quarter)=P(dime)\times P(quarter) \\ P(dime\: and\: quarter)=\frac{3}{20}\times\frac{1}{4} \\ P(dime\: and\: quarter)=\frac{3}{80} \end{gathered}[/tex]

Therefore, the probability that she will choose a **dime** **and then a quarter **is **3/80**

The answer is 45 times more important than zero

During a probability experiment, Jesse draws one marble each from two different jars and records the result. She then places the marbles back in their respective jars and repeats the experiment for a total of 10 trials. On her first trial, Jesse pulls a blue marble from the first far and a green marble from the second jar, and the results are indicated as BG. The results are shown in the table, where B stands for blue, G stands for green, and R stands for red. Trial 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Result BG RB RR BG RG BB GG BR GB RR Based on the results in the table, what is the experimental probability of pulling a red marble from the first jar and a green marble from the second jar (RG) ? 1 A. 5 B. 1 6 Ос. 1 OD 1 1 10

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SOLUTION AND EXPLANATION OF CONCEPT

From the table in the question, the result for Red in the first jar and green in the second trials (RG) occurs in the fifth trials

The formular for probability is give as

[tex]Pr(E)=\frac{required\text{ outcome}}{total\text{ outcome}}[/tex][tex]Pr(RG)=\frac{Number\text{ of trials for RG}}{Total\text{ number ot Trials}}=\frac{1}{10}[/tex]

Hence the probability of red in the fir

Hi I’m looking to get a step by step solution in solving this problem in the red

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**Given:**

[tex]\begin{gathered} f(x)=13x+2 \\ \\ g(x)=3x^2-13 \\ \\ h(x)=\frac{13}{x+13} \end{gathered}[/tex]

**Find-:**

The inverse of a function.

**Explanation-:**

**(a)**

For the inverse of a function, x change as y and y change as x and solve for 'y'

[tex]\begin{gathered} f(x)=13x+2 \\ \\ f(y)=13y+2 \\ \\ x\rightarrow y \\ \\ y\rightarrow x \\ \\ \end{gathered}[/tex]

Then solve,

[tex]\begin{gathered} y=13x+2 \\ \\ y-2=13x \\ \\ x=\frac{y-2}{13} \end{gathered}[/tex]

So, value,

[tex]f^{-1}(y)=\frac{y-2}{13}[/tex]

(b)

[tex]g(x)=3x^2-13[/tex]

So, the value is:

[tex]g(y)=3y^2-13[/tex]

The inverse of a function is:

[tex]\begin{gathered} x=3y^2-13 \\ \\ x\rightarrow y \\ \\ y\rightarrow x \\ \\ y=3x^2-13 \\ \\ 3x^2=y+13 \\ \\ x^2=\frac{y+13}{3} \\ \\ x=\sqrt{\frac{y+13}{3}} \end{gathered}[/tex]

So, the inverse value is:

[tex]g^{-1}(y)=\sqrt{\frac{y+13}{3}}[/tex]

(c)

[tex]h(x)=\frac{13}{x+13}[/tex]

Value of h(y) is:

[tex]h(y)=\frac{13}{y+13}[/tex]

Then solve for inverse function,

[tex]\begin{gathered} x=\frac{13}{y+13} \\ \\ x\rightarrow y \\ \\ y\rightarrow x \\ \\ y=\frac{13}{x+13} \\ \\ y(x+13)=13 \\ \\ x+13=\frac{13}{y} \\ \\ x=\frac{13}{y}-13 \end{gathered}[/tex]

So, inverse value is:

[tex]h^{-1}(y)=\frac{13}{y}-13[/tex]

-5x+2=-9x+38 am crying

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The given equation is

[tex]-5x+2=-9x+38[/tex]

First, we add 9x on each side.

[tex]\begin{gathered} -5x+9x+2=-9x+9x+38 \\ 4x+2=38 \end{gathered}[/tex]

Then, we subtract 2 from each side.

[tex]\begin{gathered} 4x+2-2=38-2 \\ 4x=36 \end{gathered}[/tex]

At last, we divide the equation by 4.

[tex]\begin{gathered} \frac{4x}{4}=\frac{36}{4} \\ x=9 \end{gathered}[/tex]Hence, the solution is x = 9.

In parallelogram DEFG, DE=6 Inches and DF= 6.4 Inches. Diagonals GE and DF Intersect at point H. If GH=4 inches, what is the length of GE?

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SOLUTION

Consider the figure below:

It is given that the diagonals DF and GE intersects at H

Recall that the daigonals of parallelogram bisect each other

It follows:

[tex]GH=HE[/tex]

Since it is given that GH=4, it follows:

[tex]HE=4[/tex]

Using segment addition postulate, it follows:

[tex]\begin{gathered} GE=GH+HE \\ GE=4+4 \\ GE=8 \end{gathered}[/tex]

Therefore the required answer is **GE=8 inches**

Multiply the following polynomials. Once simplified, name the resulting polynomial. (3x^2 - 4) (5x - 6)name:

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**Cubic**

Explanation:

(3x² - 4) (5x - 6)

= 3x²(5x - 6) - 4(5x - 6)

Multiplication of same sign gives positive number. Multiplication of opposite signs give negative number.

= 15x³ - 18x² - 20x + 24

**Naming polynomial base on the number of terms:**

There are 4 terms in the polynomial above

4 terms is named polynomial of 4 terms

**Naming by degree:**

The highest degree (exponent) = 3

Polynomial with degree 3 is called cubic

**So we can name the polynomial as cubic**

Create a box and whisker plot (Label everything!!)

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**Solution**

We have the following data:

**11,16,11,15,9,10,11,13,15,17,10,14,17,10,13,15,11,12,12,11,12,14,15,15,13,10,15,12,11**

We can calculate the median and the respective quartiles so we need to sort the data and we have:

** 9 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 14 14 15 15 15 15 15 15 16 17 17**

Then we have:

**Min = 9**

**Q1 = 11**

**Median = 12**

**Q3= 15**

**Max = 17**

And then we can create the boxplot and we got:

Let f(x)=x^2 and g(x)=x-3. Find (f o g)(-5)

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Solution

Given that

[tex]\begin{gathered} f(x)=x^2 \\ \\ g(x)=x-3 \\ \\ \Rightarrow(f\circ g)(-5)=f(g(-5)) \\ \\ g(-5)=-5-3=-8 \\ \\ \Rightarrow f(g(-5))=f(-8) \\ \\ f(-8)=(-8)^2=64 \\ \\ \Rightarrow(f\circ g)(-5)=64 \end{gathered}[/tex]

Can someone explain this to me please thank you !!

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The figure can be drawn as,

From the triangle ABC,

[tex]\begin{gathered} \sin 70=\frac{AB}{AC} \\ \sin 70=\frac{h}{400ft} \\ h=400\sin 70ft \\ h=375.87ft \\ \approx376ft \end{gathered}[/tex]

Thus, the required value of height is 376 ft.

Algebra1B CP identify a nonviable solution and explain why it is nonviable within the context of the problem

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SOLUTION

Step 1 : Attached is the graph that shows the solutions of the two equations:

Step 2: We need the get the values of x and y in the two sets of the equations.

[tex]\begin{gathered} x\text{ + 2y }\leq\text{ 500 --equ 1 multiplied by 3 = 3 x + 6y }\leq\text{ 1500 ---equ 3} \\ 3x\text{ + 4y }\leq\text{ 1200 ---- equ 2} \\ \text{equ 3 minus equ 2, we have that :} \\ 6y\text{ - 4y }\leq\text{ }1500\text{ - 1200} \\ 2y\text{ }\leq\text{ 300} \\ \text{Divide both sides by 2 , we have that:} \\ y\text{ }\leq150 \\ \text{put y }\leq\text{ 150 in equ 1, } \\ x\text{ + 2y }\leq\text{ 500} \\ x\text{ + 2 (150 ) }\leq\text{ 500} \\ x\text{ + 300 }\leq\text{ 150} \\ x\text{ }\leq\text{ 500 - 300} \\ x\text{ }\leq\text{ 200} \end{gathered}[/tex]

**CONCLUSION: It means that the number of shirts, x = 200 **

** while the number of pyjamas , y = 150**

Given the graph of a function f. A) Graph f(x) -3B) Graph f(x+4)C) Graph -f(x)See picture of the graph of function f attached

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From the given problem, the figure shows the graph of f(x).

Note that translating the graph in a manner of :

[tex]f(x)+c[/tex]

will shift the graph c units upward if the sign is positive or c units downward if the sign is negative.

We are looking for the graph of f(x) - 3

Since the sign is negative, we will shift the grahp 3 units downward, the graph will be like this.

As you can see, the orginal graph intersects at the origin (0, 0). The new graph intersects at (0, -3) since we moved or shifted the graph 3 units downward.

**Additional :**

If f(x) is translated in a manner of f(x+c), the graph will be shifted c units to the left if c is positive and will be shifted c units to the right if c is negative.

If f(x) is transformed in a manner of -f(x), the graph will reflect over the x-axis.

If the original point is (x, y). It will become (x, -y)

Question 8 of 10The diagonal of a TV is 30 inches long. Assuming that this diagonal forms apair of 30-60-90 right triangles, what are the exact length and width of the TV?A. 60 inches by 60/3 inchesB. 15 inches by 15/5 inchesC. 60/2 inches by 600/2 inchesO D. 15.2 inches by 15.2 inches

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The diagram of the triangle formed is shown below

The length is BC and the width is AB

To find BC, we would apply the cosine trigonometric ratio which is expressed as

Cos# = adjacent side /hypotenuse

hypotenuse = AC = 30

adjacent side = BC

# = 30

Thus, we have

[tex]\begin{gathered} \text{Cos}30\text{ = }\frac{BC}{30} \\ \text{Note, Cos30 = }\frac{\sqrt[]{3}}{2} \\ We\text{ have} \\ \frac{\sqrt[]{3}}{2}=\text{ }\frac{BC}{30} \\ 2BC\text{ = 30}\sqrt[]{3} \\ BC\text{ = }\frac{30\sqrt[]{3}}{2} \\ BC\text{ = 15}\sqrt[]{3} \end{gathered}[/tex]

To find AB, we would apply the sine trigonometric ratio which is expressed as

Sin# = opposite side /hypotenuse

hypotenuse = AC = 30

opposite side = AB

# = 30

Thus, we have

Sin30 = AB/30

Recall, sin30 = 0.5

Thus,

0.5 = AB/30

AB = 30 * 0,5

AB = 15

Thus, the correct option is B

Click on ,begin emphasis,all,end emphasis, the factors of the polynomial.

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Explanation

Let's assume that we have a polynomial p(x) with a leading coefficient a and zeros are labelled with letters r. Then its factors have the form:

[tex](x-r)[/tex]

Remember that the zeros of a function are the x-values of its x-intercepts i.e. the points where it meets with the x-axis. By looking at the picture you'll notice that the graph of the function intercepts the x-axis at three x values: -3, -1 and 3. Then the factors of this polynomial are:

[tex]\begin{gathered} (x-(-3))=(x+3) \\ (x-(-1))=(x+1) \\ (x-3) \end{gathered}[/tex]Answer

Then **the correct options are (x+3), (x-3) and (x+1)**.

What is the value of x? ? 21 21 Drawing not to scale 78 156 D787

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We can find the value of x, by using the property of issoceles triangle:

*A isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two sides of equal length. *

In the given figure, triangle have two sides of equal length 21, thus the given triangle is issoceles.

Since, the angle opposite to the equal sides are equal,

so, the third angle of the given triangle is ** x**

*The sum of all angles in a triangle is equal to 180 degrees.*

In the given figure : x, x & 34

[tex]\begin{gathered} x\text{ + x +34=180} \\ 2x+34=180 \\ 2x=180-34 \\ 2x=146 \\ x=\frac{146}{2} \\ x=73 \end{gathered}[/tex]

So, **x = 73º**

**Answer: D) 73º**

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