**Answer:**

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**Answer:**

See below

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Name the segments in the figure below.Q R S ISelect all that apply.

**Answer**

**Options A, F, G, N**

**The line segments include**

**QR**

**QS**

**QT**

**RS**

**RT**

**ST**

**Note that the segments only have a dash on top of them and not an arrow.**

**Explanation**

A line segment is a region of a line bounded by two different endpoints and contains all the points on the line that are between the two endpoints.

From the attached image, we can see that there is a line with infinite length (the arrows at the two endpoints indicate that this line continues till infinity), has points **Q, R, S **and **T.**

**So, the line segments will be any space from one endpoint to another. They'll include**

**QR**

**QS**

**QT**

**RS**

**RT**

**ST**

**Note that the segments only have a dash on top of them and not an arrow.**

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15. Which of the following is true about the relationship in the table shown? Х 7 11 20 25 100 8.4 13.2 24 30 120 A. The table is non-proportional because it does not include the point (0,0). B. The table is non-proportional because the x-values do not increase at a constant interval. C. The table is proportional because all of the x and y-values are positive and increasing, D. The table is proportional because the ratio between y and x is constant.

Explanation:

To determine if the table is proportional or not, we need to find the ratio between x and y for each of the data. if it is constant, then it is proportional

Proportional relationship:

y = kx

k = constant of proportionality

k = y/x

for the x = 7, y = 8.4

k = 8.4/7 = 1.2

for x = 11, y = 13.2

k = 13.2/11 = 1.2

for x = 20, y = 24

k = 24/20 = 1.2

for x = 25, y = 30

k = 30/25

k = 1.2

when x = 100, y = 120

k = 120/100

k = 1.2

Since the ratio between y and x is the same for all, the table is proportional

The correct option:

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can someone please help me with this angle puzzle?!

**Answer:**

See below

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**If I did the math numbers correctly : ( a = 51° too) **

Write an equation of function g(x) and describe the effects on the graph of the parent function f(x)=x^2. g(x)=f(x)+d where d=2

Given:

a.) f(x) = x²

b.) g(x) = f(x) + d

c.) d = 2

To be able to complete the equation of function g(x), let's substitute the function of f(x) and d.

We get,

g(x) = f(x) + d

g(x) = x² + 2

Therefore, **g(x) = x² + 2**.

A 20-foot ladder is leaning against the side of a house so that the bottom of the ladder is 12 feet from the base of the house. Will the ladder reach a window that is 14.5 feet above the ground?

Yes, because the ladder will reach 32 feet high

Yes, because the ladder will reach 16 feet high

No, because the ladder will only reach 16 feet high

No, because the ladder will only reach 12 feet high

Yes, because the **ladder **will **reach **16 feet high

The relationship between the **three sides **of a right-angled triangle is explained by the **Pythagoras theorem**, commonly known as the Pythagorean theorem.

According to the Pythagoras theorem, the **square **of the **hypotenuse **of a triangle, which has a straight angle of 90 degrees, **equals **the **sum **of the **squares **of the other **two sides**.

Given:

**Hypotenuse**= 20 feet

**base**= 12 feet

Using **Pythagoras theorem**

H²= P² + B²

20² =12² +P²

P²= 400-144

P²= 256

P= 16 FEET.

Hence, Yes, because the **ladder **will **reach **16 feet high

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A box of chocolates contains five milk chocolates and five dark chocolates. You randomly pick a chocolate and eat it. Then you randomly pick another piece. What is the probability that both pieces are milk chocolate?

**SOLUTION**

This is a probability question that has to do with the *"without replacement" *scenario, because every chocolate eaten *leaves the box and never returns*

*The probability that both pieces are milk chocolate is calculated thus:*

Number of milk chocolates = 5

NUmber of dark chocolates = 5

Total number of chocolates in the box = 5+5 =10

*The probability that both pieces are milk chocolate is:*

**The probability that both pieces are milk chocolate is: **

The area of the floor of a square play pen is 6 square meters. What is the perimeter of the play pen? Approximate your answer by rounding to the nearest integer.

Help must be done in less than 10 minutes

**Answer:**

10 m

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Area of a square

[tex]A=s^2[/tex]

where s is the side length.

If the **area **of the floor is 6 m²:

[tex]\begin{aligned}A&=s^2\\\implies 6&=s^2\\\sqrt{6}&=\sqrt{s^2}\\s&=\sqrt{6}\end{aligned}[/tex]

Therefore, the **side length **of the **square **is √6 m.

Perimeter of a square

[tex]P=4s[/tex]

where s is the side length.

Substitute the found value for s into the **formula **to find the **perimeter**:

[tex]\begin{aligned}P&=4s\\\implies P&=4 \cdot \sqrt{6}\\P&=4 \sqrt{6}\\P&=9.79795897...\\ P&=10 \sf \;m\;(nearest\:integer)\end{aligned}[/tex]

Therefore, the **perimeter **is **10 m **to the nearest integer.

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On Friday, there were 6 snowboarders for every 2 skiers at a local ski resort. Or

Saturday, the ratio of the number of snowboarders to the number of skiers

was 5:3. There were 144 snowboarders at the ski resort on Friday. There were

same number of people at the ski resort on Saturday as there were on Friday

How many more skiers were there than snowboarders at the ski resort on

Saturday?

As calculated by the given **ratios**, 36 more skiers were there than snowboarders at the local resort on Saturday.

**What is ratio?**

A **ratio **illustrates how two or more values differ in terms of size.

**Ratios **can be displayed in a variety of ways, including as decimals (after dividing one value by the whole), percentages (after dividing one value by the entire), and using the ":" or "/" to separate values.

As given in the question,

Ratio of Snowboarders to Skiers

On Friday: ratio is 6:2

On Saturday: 5:3

Population = 144

Now, lets calculate the number of snowboarders and skiers at Saturday:

Given **ratio**: 5:3

total = 5+3

total = 8

No. of skiers is:

= (3/8)(144)

= 54

No. of snowboarders is:

= (5/8)(144)

= 90

Now lets calculate the difference between no. of snowboarders and skiers:

= 90-54

= 36

Hence, there are 36 more snowboarders than skiers.

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Four friends use a spinner to decide the luckiest person. Who is more likely to be the luckiest person?

The luckiest person is Clinton because it is more likely.

**Answer: **Clinton

The hypotenuse of a right triangle is four times the length of one of the legs. The length of the other leg is sqrt(240) feet. Find the lengths of the leg and hypotenuse

**ANSWER**

**Hypotenuse: 16 ft**

**Leg: 4 ft**

**EXPLANATION**

**Given:**

A right angle triangle with only one leg = sqrt(240) feet

**Desired Outcomes:**

Lengths of the leg and hypotenuse

**Declaration of variables**

Let **x **represent the length of leg

Hypotenuse = 4 times the length of leg = **4x**

**Apply Pythagorean theorem**

Hypotenuse = 4x = 4 (4) = **16 ft**

**Hence, the Lengths of the leg and hypotenuse are 4 ft and 16 ft respectively.**

Enter the ratio as a fraction in lowest terms6 ft to 78 in.

To answer this question, we need to remember that a ratio is a comparison of two or more units. We can also need to have into account that these units must be in the same units.

We have one of the quantities is 6ft, the other is equal to 78 inches. We can convert 6ft to its equivalent in inches, or 78 inches into its equivalent in feet. Then, we have:

[tex]6ft\cdot\frac{12in}{1ft}=72in[/tex]Then, we can conclude that the ratio of 6feet (72 inches) to 78 inches is equivalent to:

[tex]\text{Ratio}=\frac{72in}{78in}=\frac{12}{13}\Rightarrow Ratio=\frac{12}{13}[/tex]Thomas invested $1498 at

6% Sumple interest per annum.

Calculate.

1) The interest, in dollars,

earned after six months

well, keeping in mind that a year has 12 months, that means 6 months is 6/12 of a year, so

[tex]~~~~~~ \textit{Simple Interest Earned} \\\\ I = Prt\qquad \begin{cases} I=\textit{interest earned}\\ P=\textit{original amount deposited}\dotfill & \$1498\\ r=rate\to 6\%\to \frac{6}{100}\dotfill &0.06\\ t=years\to \frac{6}{12}\dotfill &\frac{1}{2} \end{cases} \\\\\\ I = (1498)(0.06)(\frac{1}{2}) \implies I = 44.94[/tex]

what function is represented in the table ?- y = 3 (4x )- y = 2 ( .25x )- y = 4 ( .25 ) x - y = 4 ( 3x )

[tex]y=4(0.25)^{x}[/tex]

**1) ** To determine which is the function from the table we need to attentively look for a constant factor in the y-column.

**2) **As we can see from this table, the factor we can tell that goes from 64 to 16 and then 4 is **1/4**. Or in decimal form **0.25**. So, we can tell the factor "b" is going to be 1/4 considering this model:

**3) **Let's pick one point (0,4) and plug it to find the other elements:

And finally, we can tell the function is:

[tex]undefined[/tex]In a sample of 30000 first borne babies, 6 were found to have Down syndrome. Find the empirical probability thay a famili’s first child will be born with this sydrome

The **probability** that a family’s first child will be born with down syndrome **is** 1/5000

Number of **first borne** babies = 30000

Number of first borne babies having **Down syndrome** = 6

Probability is defined as the ratio of number of favorable outcomes to the total outcome.

Probability = (number of favorable outcomes)/(total outcome)

We have to find the probability that a family’s first child will be born with down syndrome. So, Number of first borne babies having Down syndrome is equal to the total number of** favorable outcomes **and Number of first borne babies will also be equal to **total outcome**. Hence we can write,

Probability = (number of favorable outcomes)/(total outcome)

Probability = 6/30000

Probability = 1/5000

So, the required **probability** is 1/5000.

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Karl earned $188 last month doing chores after school. If 68% of the money he earned was from doing yard work, about how much did Karl earn doing yard work?

$127.84

188 x 68% = $127.84

188 x 68% = $127.84

3/5 × 2/9 and 5/6 × 4/7 and 3/10 × 5/6 and 6/7 × 7/15

1

Step

Multiple both numerator and both denominator

[tex]\frac{3}{5}\text{ x }\frac{2}{9}\text{ = }\frac{3\text{ x 2}}{5\text{ x 9}}\text{ = }\frac{6}{45}\text{ = }\frac{2}{15}[/tex]2

[tex]\frac{5}{6}\text{ x }\frac{4}{7}\text{ = }\frac{5\text{ x 4}}{6\text{ x 7}}\text{ = }\frac{20}{42}\text{ = }\frac{10}{27}[/tex]3

[tex]\frac{3}{10}\text{ x }\frac{5}{6}\text{ = }\frac{3\text{ x 5}}{10\text{ x 6}}\text{ = }\frac{15}{60\text{ }}\text{ = }\frac{1}{4}[/tex]4

[tex]\frac{6}{7}\text{ x }\frac{7}{15}\text{ = }\frac{6\text{ x 7}}{7\text{ x 15}}\text{ = }\frac{42}{105}\text{ = }\frac{2}{5}[/tex]Use the slope formula to find the slope of the line through the points (−8,−6) and (0,−7).

**Answer:**

Slope formula is given as (y2-y1) ÷ (x2-x1) or (y1-y2) ÷ (x1-x2), where x and y are the coordinates of the points.

Slope = (-7-(-6)) ÷ (0-(-8))

= (-7+6) ÷ (0+8)

= -1/8

4-[x]=1 absolute value equation

**Answer: x=-3, x=3**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

4-[x]=1

-4. -4

-[x]=-3

x=3

A number with an absolute value of 42 was divided by a number with an absolute value of 7 The quotient -6. Write two posibble numeric equations

**Answer: **

**-42/7 and 42/-7**

**Explanation:**

The absolute value of a number is represented by:

[tex]|x|[/tex]The lines represent absolute value of a number x, and what it does is that it **makes everything into a positive number.**

For example |-5|=5 and |5|=5, so we always have two options with an absolute value: that it comes from a negative number or that it comes from a positive number.

In this case we have that a number with an absolute value of 42 (it could be |-42|=42 or |42|=42) divided by a number with an absolute value of 7 (it could be |-7|=7 or |7|=7) the quotient is -6.

One possible numberic equation is:

[tex]\frac{-42}{7}=-6[/tex]Since this meets all the above conditions

Another possible numeric equation is:

[tex]\frac{42}{-7}=-6[/tex]Since this too meets all the above conditions.

tod has 20 books he donated 2/5 how many books did he donate?

Given:

Total number of books is, *N* = 20.

Number of books donated is, *d = *2/5 of books.

The objective is to find the number of books donated.

Consider the number of books donated as *x*.

**Hence, the number of books donated is 8.**

PLEASE HELP ITS DUE SOON! I DONT GET ANY OF THIS! HELP WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED! NEED THIS DONE BEEN STUCK ON THIS FOR WAY TO LONG!

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1) [tex]VX=ZX, \angle XVY=\angle XZW[/tex] (given)

2) [tex]\angle X=\angle X[/tex] (reflexive property)

3) [tex]\triangle VXY \equiv \triangle ZXW[/tex] (ASA)

There are 36 students in s2a some of them usually bring their own lunch and the other buy lunch.if 1/5 of the students who usually bring their own lunch buy their lunch today , the ratio of the number of students bringing their own lunch to number of students buying lunch becomes 1:2. how many students are there who usually bring thier own lunch ?

The **no**. of students who usually **bring **their own **lunch **is 15.

The ratio is a **comparison **between two or more quantities in simplest form.

Given there are 36 **students **in an s2a class some of them **bring **their own lunch and the others **buy **their lunch.

Assuming **x **students bring their own lunch hence (**36 - x**) students buy their lunch.

(1/5)th of the student who brings their own lunch is (1/5)×x = (x/5).

∴ x - (x/5) : (36 - x) + (x/5) = 1 : 2. (The **reduced **students are **added **to the

other category).

4x/5 : 36 - 4x/5 = 1 : 2.

4x/5 : (180 - 4x)/5 = 1 : 2.

(4x/5)÷(180 - 4x)/5 = 1/2.

(4x/5)×5/(180 - 4x) = 1/2.

4x/(180 - 4x) = 1/2.

4x = (180 - 4x)/2.

8x = 180 - 4x.

12x = 180.

x = 15.

∴ 15 **students **usually bring their own lunch.

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Consider the function whose input value is time of day and whose corresponding output value is temperature at that time of day, rounded to the nearest degree. Is this a one-to-one function? Explain why or why not.

No, a **function** whose input value is time of day and whose corresponding output value is temperature at that time of day, rounded to the nearest degree is not a **one-to-one function**.

A **one-to-one function **is also referred to as an injective **function** and it can be defined as special type of **function** in which every element of the range is mapped to exactly a single element of its domain. This ultimately implies that, the output values (y-values) of a **one-to-one function **never repeat themselves.

Additionally, a **one-to-one function** maps distinct elements of its domain (y-values) to distinct elements of the range (x-values) and as such, it connotes the mapping of two (2) sets.

In this context, we can reasonably and logically deduce that this **function **is not a **one-to-one function **because it fails the horizontal line test as there could be the same temperature at different times of the day.

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May I please get help with this for I am confused and have tried many times to re-create the reflection of the triangle

We have to reflect the triangle across the y-axis.

If we have a point P = (x,y) and we reflect it across the y-axis, we will change the x-coordinate to its opposite value and and the y-coordinate is kept the same.

The image point then is P' = (-x,y).

Then, to reflect the triangle, we have to reflect the three vertices and then join the vertices.

We can then reflect the vertices as:

A worker's salary increased from $750 to $900 per month. Which equation shows the increase of the worker's salary to the nearest percent?

[tex]A+\frac{x}{100}A=B[/tex]

where A is the first value, B the second value and x the percent

we can solve x

[tex]\begin{gathered} \frac{x}{100}A=B-A \\ x=\frac{100\times(B-A)}{A} \end{gathered}[/tex]this is the equation

and this is the percent:

[tex]\begin{gathered} x=\frac{100\times(900-750)}{750} \\ \\ x=20 \end{gathered}[/tex]the percent is 20%

A wealthy businessman invests $10,000 and expects a 6.75% rate of return annually. How many years will it take the investment to reach $15,000 in value?Round your answer to the nearest number of years.

**Answer**

**7 years**

**Explanation**

Given:

Principal, P = $10,000

Rate, R = 6.75%

Amount, A = $15,000

What to find:

The years will it take the investment to reach $15,000 in value.

Step-by-step solution:

You need to first calculate the total interest on the investment using;

**Interest, I = Amount, A - Principal, P**

Interest, I = $15,000 - $10,000

Interest, I = $5,000

The final step is to find the years it takes the investment to reach $15,000 in value using simple interest formula.

[tex]\begin{gathered} S.I=\frac{T\times P\times R}{100} \\ \\ \Rightarrow T=\frac{S.I\times100}{P\times R} \end{gathered}[/tex]Putting the values of the parameters into the formula, we have;

[tex]\begin{gathered} T=\frac{5000\times100}{10000\times6.75}=\frac{500,000}{67,500}=7.407\text{ }years \\ \\ To\text{ }the\text{ }nearest\text{ }number\text{ }of\text{ }years, \\ \\ T=7\text{ }years \end{gathered}[/tex]Therefore, it will take **7 years** for the investment to reach $15,000 in value.

⦁ A room 12′-4″ by 13′-9″ with an 8′-0″ ceiling height has one door 3′ × 7′ and two windows 4′ square. Answer the following questions. Assume there is no waste in materials, and round off your answer to the next largest unit. Show both exact and rounded figures in the blanks provided.

The amount of **wall surface **in **square feet **is there to paint is: 364 square ft. While the **floor area **is 169.58sq ft. See the calculations below:

The **square foot **is an imperial measure of area and a customary unit of area in most countries. It is defined as the **area** of a square with **one**-**foot sides.**

The **calculation **for the above **solution **is given as:

**Step I** - Recall the Given Stats:

**Dimensions **of the room are:

12′-4″ by 13′-9″ with an 8′-0″ ceiling height has one door 3′ × 7′ and two windows 4′ square.

Let Lenght (l) = 13'9" = 13(9/12) ft = 13(3/4) = 55/4 ft.

Let Width(w) = 12'4" = 12(4/12) ft = 12(1/3)ft = 37/3 ft

Let Height h = 8'0" = 8ft.

Recall that we have a door with **dimensions **3' x 7' and two windows 4'x4'

**Step II ** - A) Surface area of the wall to be painted is:

Area of 4 walls less (area of door plus area of window)

Surface Area = 2LH + 2WH - ((3 x7) + 2(4x4))

= 2(l +w)h - (21 + 32)

= 2 ((55/4) + (37/3))8 -53

= 220 + 592/3 - 53

= 167 + 592

= (501+ 592)/3

= 1093/3

Hence,

The **Surface Area **to be **painted **is = **364.33 Sq ft.**

**Step III** - B) The **Area of the Floor **= Lx W

= (55/4) x (37/3)

= 2035/12

= 169.583333333

Hence,

**Area of the Floor is approximately = 169.58**

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**Full Question:**

A room 12′-4″ by 13′-9″ with an 8′-0″ ceiling height has one door 3′ × 7′ and two windows 4′ square.

Answer the following questions. Assume there is no waste in materials, and round off your answer to the next largest unit. Show both exact and rounded figures in the blanks provided.

A. How much wall surface in square feet is there to paint?

B. What is the floor area?

An anonymous survey of college students was taken to determine behaviors regarding alcohol, cigarettes, and illegal drugs. The results were as follows: 855 drankalcohol regularly, 657 smoked cigarettes, 192 used illegal drugs, 418 drank alcohol regularly and smoked cigarettes, 109 drank alcohol regularly and used illegal drugs,116 smoked cigarettes and used illegal drugs, 88 engaged in all three behaviors, and 251 engaged in none of these behaviors.Answer parts a, b, c, d, e, f, g for this question.

To solve the question, we will be using a Venn Diagram. Let's list down what's given first:

855 drank alcohol

657 smoked cigarettes

192 used illegal drugs

418 both drank alcohol and smoked cigarettes

109 drank alcohol and used illegal drugs

116 smoked cigarettes and used illegal drugs

88 engaged in all three

and 251 engaged in none of these

We will draw a Venn Diagram with 3 circles, one for each vice. Then we will start with the intersection of all three and the area outside of the circles (for those who do not engage in vices).

Because we know how many engaged in all 3 vices, we can deduct that number from those who belong to the intersection of 2 vices since they have already been counted in that too.

418 - 88 = 330 drank and smoked, but not used drugs

109 - 88 = 21 drank and used drugs, but not smoked

116 - 88 = 28 smoked and used drugs but not drank

Then, we subtract the numbers in each circle from the total for each vice.

855 - (330 + 88 + 21) = 416 drank only

657 - (330 + 88 + 28) = 211 smoked only

192 - (88 + 21 + 28) = 55 used drugs only

To find the total number of surveyed students, we just need to add all the numbers in the Venn Diagram.

416 + 330 + 88 + 21 + 211 + 28 + 55 + 251 = 1,400

Therefore, there were **1,400 students who were surveyed.**

Maria is to weld a support for a 23-m conveyor so that it will operate at a 20 degree angle. What is the length of the support?

The **length** of the support when **Maria** is to weld a support for a 23-m conveyor is 7.87 m.

From the information, **Maria** is to weld a support for a 23-m conveyor so that it will operate at a **20 degree** angle.

Let AB = 23m

Let x = 20°

We can then use the sine rule to find the **length**. This will be illustrated thus:

Sin x = AC / AB

Sin 20° = AC / 23

AC = 23 × sin 20°

AC = 7.87

The **length** is 7.87m

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PLEASEEE HELPP Megan is in a musical production. She was at practice for 2 hours yesterday and 3 hours today. Altogether she spent of her practice hours dancing. How many total hours did Megan spend dancing yesterday and today?
you are going to ask a user for a text file and then count the number of vowels and consonants in that file. write a python program that does the following: continually prompts user for a text file to read until a valid file is supplied create a function named vc counter(): o takes the valid file name as an argument o counts the number of vowels and consonants in the file o returns a dictionary of the count values, using the keys vowels and consonants call vc counter() and store results to a dictionary object print the total vowels and consonants with appropriate descriptions (see example). notes: only the 26 english letters are counted for this exercise. for this exercise, vowels are: a e i o u this program does not have to validate or count nonenglish letters hints: this will be a lot easier if you make the text file you ar
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In 5 minutes, a conveyor belt moves 100 pounds of recyclable aluminum from the delivery truck to a storage area. A smaller belt moves the same quantity of cans thesame distance in 9 minutes. If both belts are used, find how long it takes to move the cans to the storage area.The conveyor belts can move the 100 pounds of recyclable aluminum from the delivery truck to a storage area in minutes.(Simplify your answer. Type an integer, fraction, or a mixed number.)
HELPP Determine which integer will make the inequality 5x + 12 > 2x + 6 false. S:{3} S:{3} S:{1} S:{1}
the idling engines of a landing turbojet produce forward thrust when operating in a normal manner, but they can produce reverse thrust if the jet is properly deflected. suppose that while the aircraft rolls down the runway at 150 km/h the idling engine consumes air at 50 kg/s and produces an exhaust velocity of 150 m/s.
Which country tops the nba avid fan index based on august data from yougovs global fan profiles?.
NEED HELPPP ASAP PLEASE(3) Roosevelt met up with John Muir and they spent three days camping alone in the Yosemite high country. Because of the impression Muir made upon Roosevelt, Yosemite National Park would be expanded and control of the park would be turned back over to the federal government. Roosevelt would later go on to sign into law the Antiquities Act, which gives the President the power to proclaim an area of natural or historical value as public lands.Which excerpt supports the inference that Roosevelt and Captain Charles Young shared similar views about conservation? A. "After making a visit to Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park, it was considered acceptable to chip off a piece of the travertine and to carve your name and address." B. "Campaigns in the American West had imbued Army soldiers with the skills necessary for patrolling the vast wilderness that the new National Parks offered the public." C. "These were areas set aside by the Federal Government to provide access to an unspoiled wilderness area, a frontier that many Americans would never be able to experience." D. "A journey through this park and the Sierra Forest Reserve to the Mount Whitney country will convince even the least thoughtful man of the needfulness of preserving these mountains just as they are
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this ecg indicates an issue with which electrical node(s) and/or mechanical event(s)? (select all that apply). a. sinoatrial node b. ventricular systole c. atrial relaxation d. atrial depolarization e. purkinje fibers f. atrioventricular node
The figure shows a circle inscribed into a regular pentagon.Cis the center of the circle and the regular pentagon.G and H are on the edge of both the circle and the regular pentagon.The radius of the circle is 3 inches.GHCPart A. Find the area of the dark shaded region. Show your work.Part B. Find the area of the light shaded region. Show your work.
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Write a letter to your friend thanking her for spending the holidays together.
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What was your favourite dance piece in the movie Setup two the street and why
Samir and Elizabeth deposit $600.00 into a savings account which earns 1% interestcompounded quarterly. They want to use the money in the account to go on a trip in 2 years.How much will they be able to spend?nt)"Use the formula A = P 1 + , where A is the balance (final amount), P is the principal(starting amount), r is the interest rate expressed as a decimal, n is the number of times peryear that the interest is compounded, and t is the time in years.Round your answer to the nearest cent.$