The equation of a parabola is given.y=14x2−3x+18What are the coordinates of the focus of the parabola?Enter your answer in the boxes. Question solved general 10 months ago 7204

Choose all that are best modeled by an exponential function. A town with an initial population of 2,000 doubling in size every 10 years. A car rental that cost $20 a day plus $0.05 per mile. A bank account with a starting balance of $1,000 compounded annually at 5%. A sugar processing plant producing 2 tons of sugar per month. Question solved general 10 months ago 8499

Mr. Leonard took a job through an employment agency. The job pays $88K per year. He must pay a fee to the employment agency. The fee is 22% of his "rst four weeks’ pay. How much money must Mr. Leonard pay the agency, to the nearest cent? K = 1,000 88K = 88 × 1,000 = __________ annual salary Weekly salary = annual salary ÷ 52 Weekly salary = 88,000 ÷ 52 = __________ 4 weeks salary = 4 × 1,692.31 = __________ 22% of 4 weeks salary = 6,769.24 × 0.22 ≈ __________ Mr. Leonard must pay the agency __________. Question solved general 10 months ago 6137

According to the fundamental theorem of algebra how many roots exists for the polynomial function (9x+7)(4x+1)(3x+4)=0 Question solved general 10 months ago 9455

A rectangular piece of cardboard, whose area is 216 square centimeters, is made into an open box by cutting a 2-centimeter square from each corner and turning up the sides. if the box is to have a volume of 224 cubic centimeters, what should the original dimensions of the cardboard start with Question solved general 10 months ago 6900

Let a and b be the roots of the equation x^2-mx+2=0. Suppose that a+1/b and b+1/a are the roots of x^2-px+q=0. What is q? Question solved general 10 months ago 4623

In 2010, josie and salvador each worker an eight-hour days each week, How many weeks did it take josie to earn $ 1,000 more than salvador. Question solved general 10 months ago 3981

A triangle with an area of 202.5 has a height that measures 15 find its base Question solved general 10 months ago 9339

need help ASAPfind the mean,median, range and IQRbrainliest Question solved general 10 months ago 8204

What additional information is needed to prove that triangles are congruent by the SAS Postulate? Question solved general 10 months ago 6597

Which of the following companies offers the greatest total employment compensation? Company A Company B Company C Company D Gross Pay $41,600 $40,800 $41,300 $42,000 Paid insurance $1,800 $2,400 $2,000 $2,100 Paid time off $3,700 $3,100 $2,800 $2,900 Job expenses $2,000 $1,800 $800 $2,500 a. Company A b. Company B c. Company C d. Company D Please select the best answer from the choices provided Question solved general 10 months ago 9606

PLEASE HELP WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST!!!!! A survey asked students whether they have any siblings and pets. Question solved general 10 months ago 3686

PLEASE HELP WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST!!!!! a medical company tested a new drug for possible side effects. Question solved general 10 months ago 9276

A community park is shaped like a trapezoid with a height of 30 yd, a top base of 25 yd, and a bottom base of 33 yd. The park has a circular fountain whose radius is 4 yd.What is the area of the park without the fountain? do not roundUse 3.14 for pi.All points possible and to the first one who answers the question right gets brainliest. Question solved general 10 months ago 5996

A high school band director has 120 students in his marching band. The marching band plays at all football games, so the band must travel by school bus to each away game. The band director knows that each school bus holds 60 students. Which of the following best describes a method of assigning the band students to the two school buses so that each band student has a fair chance of being selected for either school bus? There is no way to assure that each band student has a fair chance of being selected for either bus. Randomly assign each student an unique number ranging from 1 to 120. Label colored balls with each number that is assigned to a student. Place all of the labeled balls into a bin, and randomly select 60 balls. The students with numbers found on the first 60 randomly selected balls will be assigned to the first school bus, and the remaining 60 students will be assigned to the second school bus. Using a random number generator, assign each band student a number, eliminating duplicate numbers. Assign each band student with a positive number to the first school bus, and assign each band student with a negative number to the second school bus. Using a random number generator, assign each band student a number, eliminating duplicate numbers. Assign each band student with an even number to the first school bus, and assign each band student with an odd number to the second school bus. Question solved general 10 months ago 1913

Which triangles could you use the HL Theorem to prove that triangle 1 is congruent to triangle 2? Question solved general 10 months ago 9812

Will give brainliestt A survey was taken of 36 people to see if they owned a car and/or a truck. The results are shown in the Venn diagram.Enter your answers in the boxes to complete the two-way table based on the given data. Question solved general 10 months ago 3192

Keith is purchasing a $215,000 home with a 30-year mortgage at 5.5%. Because he is not making a down payment, PMI in the amount of $93.50/month is required for the first 2 years of the loan. Based on this information, what is the total cost of this loan? A. $452,092.10 B. $444,923.03 C. $441,714.00 D. $421,369.20 Question solved general 10 months ago 1880

There are 5 red marbles, 15 blue marbles, and 5 green marbles in a bag. If you reach in and randomly draw two marbles without replacing the first, what is the probability that both will be blue?A.8/15B.3/5C.19/49D.7/20 Question solved general 10 months ago 5148