Find the center of the circle whose equation is (x² - 10x + 25) + (y² - 16y + 64) = 16. a.(10, 16) b.(5, 8) c.(-5, -8) Question solved general 2 months ago 5563

Select all of the ordered pairs that make the inequality y > x2 + 3x – 4 true. (0, 0) (2, 1) (–2, –1) (–5, –1) Question solved general 2 months ago 5340

Nezzie is shopping for items for her daycare because the store is having a sale where everything in the store is 10% off. Nezzie buys a playhouse for $100.29 and a music center for $59.99. She has a coupon for an additional 15% off on the playhouse. Before tax, Nezzie estimates that her total, after discounts, will be about $122. Determine if Nezzie has estimated correctly. a. Yes. Nezzie has estimated correctly. b. No. Nezzie has taken 25% off from the music center, which is not correct. c. No. Nezzie has taken successive discounts on the total, but the coupon is just on the playhouse. d. No. Nezzie has estimated 10% off the original price of the playhouse not the discounted price. Question solved general 2 months ago 9595

A survey claims that 9 out of 10 doctors recommend aspirin for their patients with headaches. to test this claim against the alternative that the actual proportion of doctors who recommend aspirin is less than 0.90, a random sample of 100 doctors was selected. suppose that the test statistic is -2.20. can you conclude that h0 should be rejected at the Question solved general 2 months ago 5005

Which of these true condition statements has a true converse? A. If a number is greater than 6, then the number is greater than 4 B. If two lines are coplanar, then the lines lie in the same plane C. If a number is less than 10, then the number is less than 20 Question solved general 2 months ago 4965

A state map has a circle-shaped compass. If the radius of the compass is 15 millimeters, what is the approximate area of the compass? (Use 3.14 for .) Question solved general 2 months ago 4176

PQ and RS are two lines that intersect at point T, as shown below: Two lines PQ and RS intersect at point T. Angles PTS and RTQ are shown congruent. Which fact is used to prove that angle PTS is always equal to angle RTQ? A. Sum of the measures of angles RTQ and QTS is 180°. B. Lines PQ and RS intersect at an angle greater than a right angle. C.Line segments PQ and RS do not have a fixed length. D. Sum of the measures of angles PTR and QTS is 180°. Question solved general 2 months ago 9672

The figure below shows a parallelogram ABCD. Side AB is parallel to side DC and side AD is parallel to side BC: A quadrilateral ABCD is shown with the two pairs of opposite sides AD and BC and AB and DC marked parallel . The diagonal are labeled BD and AC A student wrote the following sentences to prove that the two pairs of parallel opposite sides of parallelogram ABCD are congruent: For triangles ABD and CDB, alternate interior angles ABD and CDB are congruent because AB and DC are parallel lines. Alternate interior angles ADB and CBD are congruent because AD and BC are parallel lines. DB is congruent to DB by _______________. The triangles ABD and CDB are congruent by ASA postulate. As corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent, AB is congruent to DC and AD is congruent to BC by CPCTC. Which phrase best completes the student's proof? Question solved general 2 months ago 5468

A regular octagon is mapped onto itself every time it is rotatedA) 45° B) 60° C) 85° D) 108° Question solved general 2 months ago 1539

Identify the vertical asymptotes of f(x) = quantity x plus 6 over quantity x squared minus 9x plus 18 Question solved general 2 months ago 9914

Analyze the pre-image ABCD. What are the vertices of the final image if T–1, –2 ◦ ry = x is applied to figure ABCD? Question solved general 2 months ago 4749

Which of the following equations represent a line that has a slope of –5 and that passes through (2, –6)? Check all of the boxes that apply.y + 6 = –5(x – 2)y – 2 = –5(x + 6)y = –5x + 4y = –5x – 28 Question solved general 2 months ago 6034

What is the sum of two numbers is 32 and their quotient is 3 what is the answer? Question solved general 2 months ago 1525

Greta says that 50% of a number will always be less than 75% of any other number. Complete one inequality to support Greta's claim and one to show that she is incorrect. Question solved general 2 months ago 2683

john Hay, George W. Goethals,and William C. Gorgas were all involved in Question solved general 2 months ago 6860

Tabitha has a deck of cards numbered 1−10. She picks one card, puts it back in the deck and then chooses a second card. What is the probability that she picks an even number and then a 3? Question solved general 2 months ago 7503

Matt flips $100$ coins. those that land heads, he sets aside. he then reflips the coins that landed tails, and again sets aside all those that land heads. finally, he flips a third time the coins that landed tails twice, and again sets aside all those that land heads.what is the expected number of coins matt sets aside? Question solved general 2 months ago 7878

The dance floor is 20 meters long. using this information to help you follow the directions below. 1.) write an equation using variables to represent the perimeter of the dance floor. 2.) solve the equation to find the dimensions of the dance floor. 3.) write an equation using variables to represent the area of the dance floor. 4. Question solved general 2 months ago 7388

Mark and ann together were allocated n boxes of cookies to sell for a club project. mark sold 10 boxes less than n and ann sold 2 boxes less than n. if mark and ann have each sold at least one box of cookies, but together they have sold less than n boxes, what is the value of n ? Question solved general 2 months ago 2068

A chocolate bar measures 50 mm wide, 90 mm long, and 3 and 1 over 2 mm high. Will's Wrapping Company is making a wrapper to cover the chocolate bar. Use the correct net and determine how much paper will be needed to make the wrapper. The net of a square prism with a height of 50 millimeters, a length of 90 millimeters, and a width of 3 and 1 over 2 millimeters. (4 points) Will's Wrapping Company needs 4,640 mm2 of paper to wrap the chocolate bar. Will's Wrapping Company needs 4,990 mm2 of paper to wrap the chocolate bar. Will's Wrapping Company needs 9,980 mm2 of paper to wrap the chocolate bar. Will's Wrapping Company needs 19,960 mm2 of paper to wrap the chocolate bar. Question solved general 2 months ago 3812