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## Explain how to prove that the firgures you identified in part A are rigid transformation of firgure C

Explain how to prove that the firgures you identified in part A are rigid transformation of firgure C short answer please IMG_20230919_223352.jpg

## Inez wants to have \$14,750 in 5 years. Use the present value formula to calculate how much Inez should invest now at 4% interest, compounded quarterly in order to reach her goal. \$11,80

Inez wants to have \$14,750 in 5 years. Use the present value formula to calculate how much Inez should invest now at 4% interest, compounded quarterly in order to reach her goal. \$11,800.00\$12,080.30 \$12,088.28\$12,123.42

## Radioactive substances decay over time. A certain radioactive substance has a half-life of 4 days, i.e. after 4 days only half of the original amount of substance is present. Use the

Radioactive substances decay over time. A certain radioactive substance has a half-life of 4 days, i.e. after 4 days only half of the original amount of substance is present. Use the following formula; f(t)=b*a^t, 1/2*b=b*a^t I already have the following; Growth...

## Watch the assigned video(s) for this week or read the book section(s) located in Module 3: Lecture Materials & Resources. Before submitting your assignment, make sure you include you

Submission Instructions: Watch the assigned video(s) for this week or read the book section(s) located in Module 3: Lecture Materials & Resources. Before submitting your assignment, make sure you include your name, date, and course number.  Please show...

## The monthly cost (in dollars) of water use is a linear function of the amount of water used (in hundreds of cubic feet, HCF). The cost for using 13 HCF of water is ?\$38.05, and the c

The monthly cost (in dollars) of water use is a linear function of the amount of water used (in hundreds of cubic feet, HCF). The cost for using 13 HCF of water is  \$38.05, and the cost for using 35 HCF is  \$67.75. What is the cost for using 19 HCF of...

## Describe what is meant by the intersection and union of two sets. Give an example of each.? ? Submission Instructions: Your initial post should be at least 200 words/

Describe what is meant by the intersection and union of two sets. Give an example of each.    Submission Instructions: Your initial post should be at least 200 words/numbers or a combination of both. Additional readings must be cited, and formatted in the...

## In the real world, functions are mathematical representations of input-output situations. A vending machine is one such example. The input is the money combined with the select

In the real world, functions are mathematical representations of input-output situations. A vending machine is one such example. The input is the money combined with the selected button. The output is the product. Here is another example: The formula for...

## Pythagorean Theorem is a fundamental relation among three sides of a right triangle. Create a Voiceover Presentation where you Present a picture of an object (TV, Ipad Screen, Book

Pythagorean Theorem is a fundamental relation among three sides of a right triangle. Create a Voiceover Presentation where you— Present a picture of an object (TV, Ipad Screen, Book Cover) that contains a right angle (it could be something in nature or that is...

## In this discussion, you are assigned two rational expressions to work on. Remember to factor all polynomials completely.? ????? 13n2 13n 6n 2w + 1 9w2 1 add the math vocabulary as

In this discussion, you are assigned two rational expressions to work on. Remember to factor all polynomials completely.        13n2 – 13n 6n 2w + 1 9w2 – 1 add the math vocabulary as well

## Present a quadratic equation in the form ax2 + bx + c = 0 where a > 1. How many solutions does your quadratic have based on the discriminant? Pick TWO ways to find the speci

Present a quadratic equation in the form ax2 + bx + c = 0 where a > 1. How many solutions does your quadratic have based on the discriminant? Pick TWO ways to find the specific solutions or show that there is no solution: Quadratic Formula Graphing Factoring...

## If you have a problem that has multiple variables, you can solve it using a system of equations. Think of a real-world example where you would need to solve using a system of equati

If you have a problem that has multiple variables, you can solve it using a system of equations. Think of a real-world example where you would need to solve using a system of equations. Write two or three sentences describing your example. Include the equations...

## We start the week by introducing polynomials. We will learn how to identify and simplify polynomials. We will also learn how to find the greatest common factor (GCF) among them. As our knowle

We start the week by introducing polynomials. We will learn how to identify and simplify polynomials. We will also learn how to find the greatest common factor (GCF) among them. As our knowledge of polynomials grows, we will then move on to factoring trinomials....