When polynomial g(x) is divided by x − 4, the remainder is 3. Which statement about g(x) must be true? A) g(−4) = 3 B) g(4) = 3 C) x − 3 is a factor of g(x). D) x + 3 is a factor of g(x).
He graph of the function f(x) = −3x2 − 3x + 6 is shown. Which statements describe the graph? Check all that apply. The vertex is the maximum value. The axis of symmetry is x = . The domain is all real numbers. The range is all real numbers. The x-intercepts are at (−2, 0) and (1,0). The function is decreasing from (−∞, 6.75).
either 1,3,5 or 1,2,5
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The set of all outcomes of a rolled die is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. What is the subset of getting an even number?
And we know that we have 3 even numbers (2, 4, 6) and 3 odd numbers (1, 3, 5).
Now the possibility you will throw even number is 50%
The price of a stock decreased $2 per day for four consecutive days what was the total change in value of the stock over the 4-day period
If the speed limit on a highway is 60 miles per hour which car exceeded the speed limit assume all the cars were traveling at a constant speed A. a car that traveled 138 miles in 3 hoursB. a car that traveled 236 miles in 4 hoursC. a car that traveled 290 miles in 5 hoursD. a car that traveled 342 miles in 6 hours.
The answer is 183 miles in 3 hours because if u divide 183 by 3 you get 61.Hope this'll help you!
Since AD and CD are equivalent to each other, put them together in a equation where they equal each other.
Subtract x from both sides
Subtract 4 from both sides
Divide 2 on both sides
Final Answer: x= 1
In part a and part B use each of the digits 2 3 and 4 exactly once. Write a mix number that has a terminal decimal and a right the decimal.
Mixed number: 2 and 3/4
Terminal decimal: 2.75
A terminal decimal is a number that has a decimal that ends and den't go on forever and a mixed number is a fraction with a whole number attached to it.
An electrician charges $50 to make a house call and $40 for each hour worked. If you have $200, can you afford a repair that takes 4 hours to complete?
Charge(x) = Electrician's charge as a function of the # of hours worked.
Charge(x) = $50 + ($40/hour)x
Set this expression = to $200 and solve for x, the number of hours for which the electrician must be paid:
$50 + ($40/hour)x = $200
To solve for x, subtract $50 from both sides: ($40/hr)x = $150.
Then x = 3.75.
You cannot afford to have this 4-hour job done, because your $200 will cover only the house call and the first 3.75 hours.