## A mapping diagram showing a relation, using arrows, between input and output for the following ordered pairs: (negative 3, negative 9), (2, negative 6), (negative 5, 4), (1, 2), (6, 0). What is the domain of the function shown in the mapping?

View Answers## A mapping diagram showing a relation, using arrows, between input and output for the following ordered pairs: (negative 3, negative 9), (2, negative 6), (negative 5, 4), (1, 2), (6, 0). What is the domain of the function shown in the mapping?

View Answers## Claire correctly solved the proportion StartFraction x over 4 EndFraction = StartFraction 36 over 16 EndFraction for x by using cross products to get the equation 16 x = 144 and then dividing both sides by 16 to get x = 9. She showed that she can use cross products to solve the proportion because she gets the same answer if the solves it as shown. StartFraction x over 4 EndFraction = StartFraction 36 over 16 EndFraction. StartFraction x over 4 EndFraction times 4 = StartFraction 36 over 16 EndFraction times 4. x = StartFraction 144 over 16 EndFraction. X …

View Answers## Tomas wrote the equation y = 3x +y equals 3 x plus StartFraction 3 over 4 EndFraction.. When Sandra wrote her equation, they discovered that her equation had all the same solutions as Tomas’s equation. Which equation could be Sandra’s? someone plz help me! :D

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## How do I find the slope between (2, -3) (4,3) and find the slope between (7, -9) (-2,-8) ?

View Answers## How many solutions does this linear system have? y = y equals StartFraction 2 over 3 EndFraction x plus 2.x+ 2 6x – 4y = –10 one solution: (–0.6, –1.6) one solution: (–0.6, 1.6) no solution infinite number of solutions

View Answers## The Boden family’s total trip is 2,185 miles. After driving 165 miles they made a plan to drive 202 miles a day. The table to the right shows the total amount of miles they drove after 3, 4, and 5 days. Which statement is true? A. After 7 days they drove for 1,781 miles. B. After 8 days they drove for 1,993 miles. C. The planned trip is 9 days total. D. The planned trip is 10 days total.

View Answers## Lyle’s little brother is playing with a plastic container at the beach. The container is a right rectangular prism with a length of 14 inches, a width of 6 inches, and a height of 4 inches. A prism has a length of 14 inches, width of 6 inches, and height of 4 inches. If Lyle’s little brother has filled the container halfway full with sand, what is the volume of sand in the container? 12 Inches cubed 42 Inches cubed 168 Inches cubed 336 Inches cubed

View Answers## completed 01.11 Module One Test Part 1 Integrated Mathematics I v15 (GS) Thrive / Module 01: Algebra Foundations Jemma Leigh Louw profile picture below passing All changes saved 1. (01.01 LC) Evaluate the following: −3 − (−2). (5 points) −5 −1 1 −6 2. (01.01 LC) Evaluate the following: 42 ÷ (3 + 1). (5 points) 4 3 2 1 3. (01.02 LC) What is the simplified form of the following expression? (x10)(x2) (5 points) x8 x12 x20 x100 4. (01.02 MC) Evaluate the following expression using the values given: Find 2x − 3y − z if x = −2, …

View Answers## Which shows a correct way to determine the volume of the right rectangular prism? A prism has a length of 4 centimeters, height of 6 centimeters, and width of 3 centimeters. 3 + 6 + 4 = 13 Centimeters cubed 2(3 + 6 + 4) = 26 Centimeters cubed 4(3) + 6 = 18 Centimeters cubed 3(6)(4) = 72 Centimeters cubed

View Answers## Sabrina has a rug with a perimeter of 18 feet. She decides to place a border around the rug so that the new length of the rug is 8 feet and the width is 4 feet. The border is the same width all the way around.

View Answers## Carmen simplifies the expression (4 y + 8 x + 6) + 25 + (4 x + 6 y + 7). The coefficient of the variable y in her simplified answer is

View Answers## To eliminate the -terms and solve for y in the fewest steps, by which constants should the equations be multiplied by before adding the equations together? First equation: 6x − 5y = 17 Second equation: 7x + 3y = 11

View Answers## Walter is conducting an experiment using a spinner with 4 equal sections. Which number of trials will lead to experimental outcomes that are most similar to his predicted outcomes? 4 25 40 90

View Answers## Louden County Wildlife Conservancy counts butterflies each year. Data over the last three years regarding four types of butterflies are shown below. What inference can be made about the butterflies in Louden County from the samples? 1. All butterfly populations are steadily decreasing. 2. All butterfly populations were larger than usual in 2010. 3. The Eastern-Tailed Blue butterfly is more common than the others. 4. The Meadow Fritillary is equally common as the Variegated Fritillary.

View Answers## Student representatives surveyed their classmates on their preference of a school mascot for a new school. The results are shown in the table below. Which pair of samples seems most representative of student preference? 1. Sample 1 and sample 2 are most representative because there is less difference between the numbers of students that chose each mascot. 2. Sample 2 and sample 3 are most representative because the relationship between preferences is consistent. 3. Sample 1 and sample 3 are most representative because 0 should not appear in a sample. 4. None of the samples are representative because none of …

View Answers## Ms. Peterson wrote the expression below on the chalkboard for her class. She asked the students to write an equivalent expression using no more than one set of parentheses. 4(3x+5y+2z)+3(x−z) • Tom wrote 12x+20y+8z • Jenna wrote 5(3x+4y+z) • Chris wrote 15x+20y−5z Which, if any, of the three students wrote an expression that is equivalent to Ms. Peterson’s expression?

Answer:____________________________- -Write an equivalent expression. -Show your work to prove which expressions, if any, are equivalent.

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