The post The grocery store sells kumquats for $3.75 a pound and Asian pears for $2.25 a pound. Write an equation in standard form for the weights of kumquats k and Asian pears p that a customer could buy with $14. appeared first on EduHawks.com.

]]>**Answer:**

**an equation in standard form is **

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**The Standard form of an equation is written as:**

here,** k** represents he weights of kumquats and **p** represents the weight of Asian pears .

**As per the statement:**

The grocery store sells kumquats for $3.75 a pound

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and Asian pears for $2.25 a pound.

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**We have to find the an equation in standard form **

A customer could buy kumquats and Asian pears with $ 14

then;

**Therefore, an equation in standard form is **

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]]>The post Write f(x) = 2×2 44x + 185 in vertex form. to write f(x) = 2×2 44x + 185, factor out from the first two terms. next, form a perfect square trinomial keeping the value of the function equivalent: f(x) = 2(x2 22x + 121) + 185 242 the function written in vertex form is f(x) = (x )2 + . appeared first on EduHawks.com.

]]>**Answer:**

To write f(x) = 2×2 – 44x + 185, factor out **2 ** from the first two terms.

Next, form a perfect square trinomial keeping the value of the function equivalent:

f(x) = 2(x2 – 22x + 121) + 185 – 242

The function written in vertex form is f(x) = **2 **(x – **
11** )2 +

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]]>The post How did Greek art reflect the idea of an ideal form? A. through monumental and distorted forms in sculpture B. through symmetry and graceful geometry in architecture C. through imbalance and complex geometry in architecture D. through unfinished and dreamlike forms in sculpture appeared first on EduHawks.com.

]]>**I believe the answer is: B. through symmetry and graceful geometry in architecture**

This perception of ideal form could be seen on how the greek artists made their human sculptures. The sculptures would always depict humans in an extremely fit, chiseled, and ideal body forms. The incredible symmetrical form could also be seen in how the greek artists design their communal building such as town hall or Altar.

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]]>The post Given the exponential equation 2x = 128, what is the logarithmic form of the equation in base 10? appeared first on EduHawks.com.

]]>**Answer:**

** . **

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given : = 128.

To find : what is the logarithmic form of the equation in base 10

Solution : We have given that = 128.

By th change base rule ( inverse of exponential function )

= c is equal to = b

Then = 128 in to logarithm form = x.

Then in to the base 10 logarithmic form.

By the change of base formula .

Then , .

**Therefore, . **

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]]>The post E. solid copper sulfide and silver nitrate react to form copper (ii) nitrate and solid silver sulfide. write a balanced chemical equation that describes the reaction. identify the oxidation number of each element in the reaction. (you do not need to include the total contribution of charge.) is this reaction a redox reaction or a non-redox reaction? explain your answer. appeared first on EduHawks.com.

]]>**Answer:**

**The given reaction is not a redox reaction.**

**Explanation:**

**Redox reaction** is defined as chemical reaction in oxidation and reduction reactions occurs simultaneously.

**Oxidation **reaction is defined as the reaction in which an atom looses its electrons. Here, oxidation state of the atom increases.

**Reduction **reaction is defined as the reaction in which an atom gains electrons. Here, oxidation state of the atom decreases.

Solid copper sulfide when immersed in silver nitrate solution it reacts to form silver sulfide precipitate and copper(II) nitrate solution.

**Oxidation states of elements on reactant side:**

Oxidation state of copper = +2

Oxidation state of sulfur = -2

Oxidation number of silver +1

Oxidation number of nitrogen = +5

Oxidation number of oxygen = -2

**Oxidation states of elements on product side:**

Oxidation state of copper = +2

Oxidation state of sulfur = -2

Oxidation number of silver +1

Oxidation number of nitrogen = +5

Oxidation number of oxygen = -2

**No change in oxidation states of elements is observed which means that the given reaction is not a redox reaction.**

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]]>The post Sam is measuring the velocity of a car at different times. After two hours, the velocity of the car was 50km/h. After six hours, the velocity of the car is 54km/h. Part A: Write an equation in two variables in standard form that can be used to describe the velocity of the car at different times. Show your work and define the variables used. (5points) Part B: How can you graph the obtained in Part A for the first seven hours? (5points) appeared first on EduHawks.com.

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You are given the time and speed so from there you can get the points (2,50) and (6,54) once you got that you can see how the slope is 1 and

b=48

x-y=-48 (standard form)

part B=

1 49

2 50

3 51

4 52

5 53

6 54

7 55

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