Simplify the given expression, using only positive exponents. then complete the statements that follow. [ (x2y3)−1 (x−2y2z)2 ] 2 , x ≠ 0, y ≠ 0, z ≠ 0. Question solved general 10 months ago 2515

A student raises her grade average from a 75 to a 90. what was the percent of increase in the student's grade average? round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary. (1 point) 20% 16.7% 8.3% 15% 2. beanbag chairs that normally sell for $36.50 are on sale for $32.12. find the percent of discount. round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary. (1 point) 88% 12% 13.6% 3.38% 3. last year, austin, texas received 23.5 inches of rainfall. this year, austin received 21.2 inches of rainfall. find the percent of decrease in the number of inches of rainfall. round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary. (1 point) 2.3% 9.8% Question solved general 10 months ago 7901

The sum of the measures of the angles of all triangles is 180 degrees. If one angle of the triangle measure 45 degrees. The measure of the other two angles is equal. What is the measure of the other two angles? Write an equation and solve Question solved general 10 months ago 8465

Triangle abc has vertices a(3,2) b(6,6) and c(0,14). list the angles in order from largest to smallest. brainly Question solved general 10 months ago 2126

Which statements are true about the ordered pair (2,3) and the system of equations?3x+4y=182x-2y=2Select each correct answer.A) The ordered pair (2,3) is a solution to the system of linear equations.B) The ordered pair (2,3) is not a solution to the system of linear equations.C) When (2,3) is substituted into the second equation, the equation is true.D) When (2,3) is substituted into the second equation, the equation is false.E) When (2,3) is substituted into the first equation, the equation is false.F) When (2,3) is substituted into the first equation, the equation is true. Question solved general 10 months ago 5161

Michael works in the marketing department of a company. He recorded the sales of his company for 10 consecutive months. The amount of sales, n(t), over time t, in months, can be modeled by a cubic function.Each of the following functions is a different form of the cubic model for the situation given above. Which form would be the most helpful if attempting to determine the number of months after which the sales were approximately constant?A) n(t) = 0.1(t - 8)3 + 51.2B) n(t) = 0.1t2(t - 24) + 19.2tC) n(t) = 0.1t3 - 2.4t2 + 19.2tD) n(t) = 0.1(t3 - 24t2 + 192t) Question solved general 10 months ago 7416

The center on a target has a diameter of 7 inches. The whole target has a diameter of 35 inches. Complete the explanation for what part of the whole target is the center.The center of the target takes up % of the whole target. Question solved general 10 months ago 4456

Simplify the following expression: 121 divided by 11 + 3 * 4 divided by 2a 15b 4.32c 28d 17 **** Question solved general 10 months ago 7282

The International Space Station orbits at an altitude of about 250 miles about Earth’s surface. The radius of Earth is approximately 3963 miles. How far can an astronaut in the space station see to the horizon? Round to the nearest mile. Question solved general 10 months ago 6232

Write an inequality that represents the situation: a large box of golf balls has more than 12 balls. Describe how your inequality represents the situation Question solved general 10 months ago 9023

MARK AS BRAINIEST PLUS 10 POINTSMany Indus valley seals have been found in Mesopotamia in modern-day Iraq. Some Mesopotamian seals had Indus writing on them. Indus valley measuring weights have been found in the ancient city of Dilmun, which is also beyond the Indus valley. These discoveries show that Harappan traders conducted business all across the Persian Gulf. The Harappans traded important goods such as cotton and food grain crops.What can be concluded about Harappan civilization based on the information in this passage?The information shows that the Harappan civilization was based on_____ and ____. Question solved general 10 months ago 3643

You spend $20 total on tubes of paint and disposable brushes for an art project. Tubes of paint cost $4.00 each and paintbrushes cost $0.50 each. You purchase twice as many brushes as tubes of paint. How many brushes and tubes of paint do you purchase? Question solved general 10 months ago 7466

A band expects to put 12 songs on their next CD. The band writes and records 25% more songs than they expect to put on the CD. During the editing process, 80% of the songs are removed. How many songs will there be on the final CD? Question solved general 10 months ago 1619

a moving company charges $840 plus $17 per hour. Another moving company charges $760 plus $22 per hour. How long is a job that costs the same no matter which company is used? Question solved general 10 months ago 5253

According u.s census bureau 3/25 of all adults in the United States visited a zoo in 2007 what percent of all adults in the United States of visited a zoo in 2007 Question solved general 10 months ago 5744

Archimedes went to sleep beside a big rock. He wanted to get up at 7 AM, but the alarm clock was yet to be invented! He decided to sleep at the spot where the rock's shadow should end when it's 7 AM so as to be awakened by the direct sunlight. Archimedes knew that at 7 AM, the sunlight reaches the ground at an angle of 31 degree. The rock beside which he slept was 5 meters tall. Question solved general 10 months ago 5615

Use the following compound interest formula to complete the problem. 2007-11-01-00-00_files/i0120000.jpg Rodney owes $1,541.05 on his credit card. His card has an APR of 16.29%, compounded monthly. Assuming that he makes no payments and no purchases, how much will he owe after one year? a. $1,561.97 b. $1,811.70 c. $1,792.09 d. $1,541.05 Question solved general 10 months ago 3788

An entertainment firm offers several DJ choices and light shows that range in price based on the rental time period. The DJ's cost between $219.00 and $369.00 per night and the light shows cost between $159.00 and $309.00 per night. If you are booking both a DJ and a light show, write a compound inequality that represents the possible total amount you would pay, x. Question solved general 10 months ago 8519

The directions the Clean- All say to mix 1 1/2 cups of cleaner with 2 quarts of water. The directions for Mega- Clean say to mix 3 1/2 cups of cleaner with 1 gallon of water. Which solution has more cleaner per quart of water?(1 gallon = 4 quarts) Question solved general 10 months ago 6350