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Consider f and c below. f(x, y) = x2 i + y2 j c is the arc of the parabola y = 4x2 from (−1, 4) to (0, 0) (a) find a function f such that f = ∇f. f(x, y) = (b) use part (a) to evaluate c ∇f · dr along the given curvec.
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Use the image above to identify and explain the relationship between the segments and circles A and B. In your explanation, be sure to include specific vocabulary and definitions for the relationships.ER
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ochelle works part-time at the college museum, which pays her at a rate of $10 per hour. She also makes small bracelets that she sells for $5 a piece. She needs to earn at least $200 a week to cover her expenses. Let x represent the number of hours that Rochelle works at the museum, and let y represent the number of bracelets she sells. One of the graphs below shows the inequality that represents this situation, with its solution region shaded.
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Solve 16 = 8 + x. A. x = 2 B. x = 24 C. x = 8 D. x = 128
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Saturn’s rings span up to about (7.5 · 10-1) of the distance between the Earth and its moons. If Saturn’s rings span up to (2.82 · 105 kilometers, what is the distance between Earth and its moons. 3.76 · 105 km 21,150 km 21.15 · 104 km 2.115 · 105 km
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Jim has three times as many comic books as charles. Charles has 2/3 as many books as Bob. Bob has 27 books how many book does Jim have.
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Using the Pythagorean theorem which of the triangles shown are right triangles?
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Mike has a net spendable income of $1,400. He decides to set up a budget before looking for an apartment or a car. He sets up his budget and finds that he has lots of money left over. He puts the extra money into entertainment. Housing $420 Food $168 Transportation $210 Insurances $42 Debts $70 Entertainment $224 Clothing $70 Savings $70 Medical $56 Miscellaneous $70 Why might this budget be a problem? Mike will spend more money than he is earning. Mike does not have enough money budgeted for food or medical expenses. Mike is using the minimum recommended percentages for food, housing, and transportation. The costs are likely to exceed the expenses in each category. Mike has not budgeted all of his money. He will find that he has extra money at the end of the month, which will end up being wasted.
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The work of a student to solve the equation 2(5y − 2) = 12 + 6y is shown below: Step 1: 2(5y − 2) = 12 + 6y Step 2: 7y − 4 = 12 + 6y Step 3: y − 4 = 10 Step 4: y = 14 Step 5: y = 7 In which step did the student first make an error and what is the correct step?
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4 months ago
I WILL MARK YOU THE HIGHEST IF RIGHT!!!! NEED HELP ASAP (CANT GET THIS ONE RIGHT.
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