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Bill bought a new cellular phone. His monthly bill will be $34.99 each month which includes 100 minutes of use. Additional minutes will cost $0.23 per minute. Write an equation that represents the cost of the bill C in terms of m, which is the number of minutes used ABOVE the 100 that are included in the base price. a. C = 34.99(m – 100) + 0.23 c. C = 0.23m b. C = 0.23m + 34.99 d. C = 0.23(m – 100) + 34.99

Answer: d. C = 0.23(m – 100) + 34.99 Step-by-step explanation: Let C = X + Y, where C = Cost of the bill in terms of m X = First term of the equation Y = Second term of the equation X = add additional minutes to $ 0.23 …

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The dimensions of a conical funnel are shown below: Nisha closes the nozzle of the funnel and fills it completely with a liquid. She then opens the nozzle. If the liquid drops at the rate of 15 cubic inches per minute, how long will it take for all the liquid to pass through the nozzle? ( use pi= 3.14)

The dimensions of a conical funnel are shown below: Nisha closes the nozzle of the funnel and fills it completely with a liquid. She then opens the nozzle. If the liquid drops at the rate of 15 cubic inches per minute, how long will it take for all the liquid …

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Owners of a recreation area are filling a small pond with water. They are adding water at a rate of 25 liters per minute. There are 400 liters in the pond to start. Let W represent the total amount of water in the pond (in liters), and let T represent the total number of minutes that water has been added. Write an equation relating W to T . Then use this equation to find the total amount of water after 14 minutes. Equation: Total amount of water after 14 minutes: liters

Owners of a recreation area are filling a small pond with water. They are adding water at a rate of 25 liters per minute. There are 400 liters in the pond to start. Let W represent the total amount of water in the pond (in liters), and let T represent …

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[99 Points!!] Can someone help me with the following questions? (02.06 MC)Doug wants to get better at volleyball. In order to do this, he has created a list of skills he will need to improve. Which skill should get the most of his attention in order for him to excel at volleyball? Coordination Speed Power Balance (02.07 HC)Which of the following foods is rich in nutrients that will help hair, skin, and nails to grow? Lettuce Yogurt Carrots Apples (01.06 MC)The chart below shows four friends’ target heart rate zones. During their last spin class, each person averaged 170 beats per minute. Based on this information, who worked at the highest intensity level? Name Target Heart Rate Zone Janna 146bpm—188bpm Shania 145bpm—188bpm Paige 140bpm—182bpm Mimi 140bpm—185bpm A.Janna B Shania C Paige DMimi (02.06 MC)Emma has evaluated her skills and determined that she has many strengths, but power is her least-developed skill. She is signing up for a sport, but she wants to avoid anything that plays to her weakness. Which two sports should she avoid? Gymnastics and soccer Archery and bicycling Swimming and baseball Tennis and volleyball

Gymnastics and soccer since those sports are very active and involve a lot of physical cardio, soccer involves a lot of running. Swimming and baseball are also some hard sports especially swimming since most are your muscles are used during that activity. Hope this helps 😉

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Lisa wants to buy a phone card for $5. Company X charges $0.37 for the first minute and $0.08 for each additional minute. Company Y charges $0.52 for the first minute and $0.14 for each additional minute. If Lisa makes just one call, which phone company gives her more minutes for $5? How many more minutes? a. Company Y; about 29 minutes c. Company X; about 26 minutes b. Company X; about 29 minutes d. Company Y; about 26 minutes

Answer: Option b Step-by-step explanation: Given that Lisa wants to buy a phone card for $5. Company X charges $0.37 for the first minute and $0.08 for each additional minute. ie. for t minutes charges are Company Y charges $0.52 for the first minute and $0.14 for each additional minute. …

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If a wheel with a radius of 30 inches spins at a rate of 500 revolutions per minute, find the approximate linear velocity in miles per hour.

30 inches @ 500 rpm = 15,000 inches per minute 15,000 inches per minute = 900,000 inches per hour (multiply by 60) 1 mile = 5,280 feet (google-able fact you shouldn’t have to memorize)1 foot = 12 inches (you probably already know this)900,000 inches = 75,000 feet (divide by 12) 75,000 feet …

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For her cellular service, Vera pays $32 a month, plus $0.75 for each minute over the allowed minutes in her plan. Write an expression that shows how much Vera’s bill will be for one month.

Well, “m” represent $32 she spends a month and “t” be the $0.75 for each minute will be. First, since the bill is for one month, we can place “m” by itself with no add-ons to it since it’s been stated only a month is going by and it stays …

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His was the moment Zachary had been waiting for. He had rehearsed his lines for weeks, silently in his head as he biked to school, out loud in the mirror when he was home alone, and, to get used to an audience, in front of his sister’s stuffed animals and a slightly confused dog. Zachary had not prepared well for last year’s audition, and at the last minute had chosen not to go—too embarrassed—or too scared—he did not know which. Now, as he stood backstage, he thought about last year. He had been so disappointed in himself as he walked home alone, snuck to his room, and flopped sadly into his bed. “Next year will be different,” he vowed then and there. “I will be better prepared.” And he was. He just hoped it was enough. His throat was dry, his palms were sweaty, his heart was pounding, but he was ready to face the spotlight. A hushed silence fell across the auditorium as the drama teacher called his name. Zachary Hamilton. Based on the passage, how do you think Zachary will deal with the conflict in the remainder of the story?

Answer: The literary elements suggest that Zachary learned from last year and will have more success this time. Explanation: this time Zachary learned to come prepared so he could get the part that he wanted so you should always practice for what you want hope this helps

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Qs 14-2 fixed and variable costs lo c2 a cell phone company offers two different plans. plan a costs $80 per month for unlimited talk and text. plan b costs $0.20 per minute plus $0.10 per text message sent. you need to purchase a plan for your 14-year-old sister. your sister currently uses 1,700 minutes and sends 1,600 texts each month. (1) what is your sisters total cost under each of the two plans

Plan A: Post paid plan Total cost A = $80 per month   Plan B: Pre paid plan Total cost B = $0.20 per minute * 1,700 minutes + $0.10 per text message * 1,600 texts Total cost B = $340 + $160 Total cost B = $500 per month …

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During heart transplants, the _____ nerves are severed resulting in a faster resting heart rate (approximately 100 beats per minute) after the transplant. glossopharyngeal cardiac accelerator vagus phrenic cervical spinal

During heart transplants, the _____ nerves are severed resulting in a faster resting heart rate (approximately 100 beats per minute) after the transplant. glossopharyngeal cardiac accelerator vagus phrenic cervical spinal

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A man standing 9 feet from the base of a lamppost casts a shadow 6 feet long. if the man is 6 feet tall and walks away from the lamppost at a speed of 30 feet per minute, at what rate, in feet per minute, will his shadow lengthen?

A man standing 9 feet from the base of a lamppost casts a shadow 6 feet long. if the man is 6 feet tall and walks away from the lamppost at a speed of 30 feet per minute, at what rate, in feet per minute, will his shadow lengthen?

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What is the average speed (miles/hour) for an object going 1500 feet in 1 minute. Round answer to two decimal places.

You need to determine the number of ways in which 30 competitors from 50 can qualify. First, you have to realize that the order is irrelevant, that is: it is the same competitor_1, competitor _2, competitor _3 than competitor_3, competitor_2, competitor_1, or any combination of those three competitors. So, the …

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The graph shows the relationship between the number is minutes Maria spent jogging in a treadmill and the distance she jogged. What was her speed ? A) 0.1 mile per minute B) 0.5 miles per minute C) 5 miles per minute D) 10 miles per minute

Answer: C. Yes, because the population values appear to be normally distributed. Step-by-step explanation: Given is a graph which shows the distribution of values of a population The graph has the following characteristics i) Bell shaped ii) symmerical about mid vertical line iii) Unimodal with mode = median =mean iv) …

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The angle of elevation from the bottom of a scenic gondola ride to the top of a mountain is 22. If the vertical distance from the bottom to the top of the mountain is 689 feet and the gondola moves at a speed of 130 feet per minute, how long does the ride last? Round to the nearest minute.

Answer:  The correct option is (C). 10 = square root of the quantity of x minus 8 all squared plus y minus 9 all squared Step-by-step explanation:  Given that the segment AB has point A located at (8, 9). The distance from A to B is 10 units. We are …

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For her phone service, Kala pays a monthly fee of $13 , and she pays an additional $0.05 per minute of use. The least she has been charged in a month is $63.15 . What are the possible numbers of minutes she has used her phone in a month? Use m for the number of minutes, and solve your inequality for m .

For her phone service, Kala pays a monthly fee of $13 , and she pays an additional $0.05 per minute of use. The least she has been charged in a month is $63.15 . What are the possible numbers of minutes she has used her phone in a month? Use …

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The graph shows the number of sprays an automatic air freshener dispenses, y, in x minutes: Which expression can be used to calculate the rate per minute at which the air freshener dispenses sprays?

Answer: False Step-by-step explanation: Suposse that we are given a function f(x) and a constant value h. 1. Case: If we take the function g(x)=f(x)+h, then the graph of the function g(x) will be the graph of the funcion f(x) moved up or down. 2.Case: If we take the function …

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You are typing a paper. At 4:04pm you have typed 275 words. By 4:18pm you have 765 words. Find the rate of change in words per minute. Round your answer to the nearest whole number. A). None of these B). 20 words per minute C). 43 words per minute D). 35 words per minute E). 55 words per minute

Answer: C. Yes, because the population values appear to be normally distributed. Step-by-step explanation: Given is a graph which shows the distribution of values of a population The graph has the following characteristics i) Bell shaped ii) symmerical about mid vertical line iii) Unimodal with mode = median =mean iv) …

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Pamela can swim under water for 51 seconds without a breath. Lucy can swim 3/5 minute and kady 8 minute. Who can stay underwater the longest?

So hmmm we’ll start off by using the decimal format for the percentage, thus 15% is just 15/100 or 0.15 and 7% is just 7/100 or 0.07 and so on notice, the concentration of alcohol in the 15% is, well, 0.15 :), so for a quantity of whatever, it’d be …

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Which of the following statements is a MAD goal? I am going to take one minute off of my 5K time in the next month. I am going to break the county record for the 100-meter freestyle. I am going to score five goals in the next soccer game. I am going to do well in my next three gymnastics meets.

A) Increase his activity and exercise levels and add more calories to gradually gain weight  B) Increase his activity and exercise levels and eat the same number of calories to gradually gain weight C) Increase his snacks to two or three per day until he reaches his target weight D) Increase his …

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Which of the following is a true statement? A) Compressions for adults should be at least 2 inches but no more than 2.4 inches. B) Do not lean on the victim when giving chest compressions. C) Compressions should be given at a rate of 100-120 compressions per minute. D) ALL ANSWERS ARE CORRECT.

1. The answer is “C”. “Identical twins” who have been raised apart are typically more similar in intelligence level than biological siblings raised together because they have been born with the same genetic code. Identical twins originate from a single fertilized egg that parts into two. Before it parts, it …

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Through how many radians does the minute hand of a clock rotate in 25 minutes. Round answer to one decimal place.

Greatest common factor (or denominator) is 6, least common multiple is 180 hmm(note: I spent like 30 mins trying to use a math only of finding the values but it didn’t work so I did a  force brute and elimination method explained below) soa and b must be multiples of …

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