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Complex numbersWhen comparing the value 13 to 13 which statement is TRUE O 13 13 O 13 13 O 13 13 O 13 13

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Quadratic equationsandard 6 1 Which statement can be represented by 20 dollars O Joe deposited 20 into his savings account O Janet earned 20 mowing her neighbor s yard O Kyle withdrew 20 from his checking account O Sally found 20 on the sidewalk

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Sequences & SeriesThe right rectangular prism is packed with unit cubes of the appropriate unit fraction edge lengths Find the volume of the right rectangular prism in centimeters Figure not to scale 4 3 85 cm 67 cm 45 cm O 12cm S

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Complex numbersIf you reflected the point 3 4 across the x axis what would be the coordinates of the new point The new coordinates would be Select Select Select 3 4 3

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Complex numbersA statistics lab required students to draw cards numbered between 1 and 6 and track the results Drawing a number between 1 and 6 xx 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number drawn How many students drew a number greater than 4 students Submit

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Complex numbersWhile working as a summer camp counselor Jessica monitored how many candy necklaces each child made Making candy necklaces 12 x 01 3 x 234 56 Candy necklaces made How many children are there in all children

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Quadratic equationsIf a point in Quadrant IV is reflected across the y axis which quadrant will the new point appear in O Quadrant I O Quadrant II O Quadrant III O Quadrant IV

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Matrices & DeterminantsWhat is the x coordinate for Point A TYPE THE NUMBER ONLY 6 y 6 4 2 4 2 XA 0 2 4B 6 2 A 4 C 6

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Quadratic equationsWhich quadrant is the point 2 3 located in Quadrant I O Quadrant II O Quadrant III O Quadrant IV

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Complex numbersWhat is the y coordinate for Point C TYPE THE NUMBER ONLY Ay 6 9 4 2 4 2 0 2 XA 2 AB 6 A 4 C 6

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Complex numbersWhich quadrant is the point 3 2 located in O Quadrant I O Quadrant II O Quadrant III O Quadrant IV

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Permutations and CombinationsA math textbook explains probability by showing a set of cards numbered 4 through 9 and showing the number of people who might draw each card Drawing a card between 4 and 9 xx xxx 456789 Number drawn Which number was drawn the most times

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Complex numbers0 5 y 0 5 0 70 0 5 0 34 0 94 An angle is shown State another angle that has the same cos value but a different sin value 0 5 X Check

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Quadratic equationsBelle figured out the scores at the end of a card game Scores in a card game x x x x x X8 x x x 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Score How many people scored more than 6 people

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Complex numbersy 0 5 Give an example of an angle b with a negative cos value and a sin value that is between 0 5 and 0 9 You can use trial and error here type an angle and see its coordinates 0 5 0 0 5 0 5 X Check

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Quadratic equationsSome students in a biology class compared how many times they went to the park last week to work on their plant research projects Trips to the park last week 012 3 4 5 Number of trips How many students went to the park fewer than 4 times students

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Quadratic equations0 5 y 0 5 0 95 0 312 1 Move the blue point to a place on the unit circle so that sin 0 0 8 2 State the value of cos 0 based on where you placed the point 0 0 5 0 5 X Submit

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Complex numbers0 5 0 866 y 0 5 0 866 The angle shown in red has the same sin value as sin 60 What is the size of the red angle 0 5 0 5 0 60 0 5 0 5 X Submit

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Complex numbers0 5 y 0 34 0 94 0 5 0 70 0 5 0 5 X The angle 70 is shown on the unit circle together with its coordinates State another angle that has the same sin value but a different cos value Check

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Quadratic equationssin 8 and cos 6 both positive Match in groups of three When it s correct the title will change 330 230 sin 0 and cos 0 both negative sin 0 is positive and cos 8 is negative cos 8 is positive and sin 8 is negative 40 135 D

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Complex numbersy 0 5 The angle 310 is shown on the unit circle Which two of the statements below are true Select two statements cos 310 is negative sin 310 is negative 0 5 310 sin 310 is positive 0 5 X cos 310 is positive 0 5 0 643 0 766

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Quadratic equationsy Give an example of an angle a which has a cos value between 0 1 and 0 5 You can use trial and error here type an angle and see its coordinates 0 5 0 5 0 0 5 X 0 5 Check

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Quadratic equations0 5 For each of the four quadrants give an example of an angle that is in that quadrant Quadrant 1 2 0 5 0 0 5 3 0 5 Check Example Angle

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Matrices & Determinants3x 2y z 5 2x 5y z 2 Given the system what would be the resulting equation if you combined these equations to eliminate the variable z Type a response

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Permutations and Combinations5 54 4 3 2 What is the domain of the function on the graph O all real numbers all real numbers greater than or equal to 0 all real numbers greater than or equal to 2 all real numbers greater than or equal to 3 5 4 3 1 2 3 4 5 x 23 3 4 5

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Quadratic equationsWhat is the value of 3 5 b and c 2 5 ac C 2 2 c 2 a b c a if a 1 2 10 2

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Quadratic equationsWhat is the value of 2 2 10x if a 2 b 3 and c 5 b a C 1012 2 10X 3 2 5

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Quadratic equations7 9 2 p 6q r What is the value of 2p 9 if p 4 q and r 2 2 7 42 2 4 6 C

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Quadratic equationsFind the value of the trig function indicated sin e 5 13 13 13 12 12 13 2 6

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Quadratic equationsFind the value of the trig function indicated tan e 13 12 12 3

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Complex numbersIn Exercises 9 16 find the inverse of the function Then graph the function and its inverse 9 f x 6x 11 f x 2x 5 Example 2 10 f x 3x 12 f x 6x 3 13 f x x 4 14 f x x 1 15 f x x 16 f x x 3 115

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Sequences & SeriesYou have arrived at Steinert its to see the music concert held every spring and unfortunatay Only seats were available in the last row There are 23 rows The stage which seats all per fofing s Is Positioned such that it is in line with the 5th row of seats in each section The stage is 20 feet from the first row seats The dexth of the seats are 17 inches and the height is 32 inches what is the approximate and OF depression from the last row to the stage as you listen to music

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Sequences & SeriesWhat is the sum of the series 6 5k 20 k 3 Enter your answer in the box

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Quadratic equationsWhich answer represents the series in sigma notation 1 1 1024 4096 0 0 1 0

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Complex numbersFind the indicated side length Round your answer to the nearest tenth 1 Find HK H 103 9 in 51 K HK P

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Quadratic equationsFind the indicated side length Round your answer to the nearest tenth 1 Find BC A 9 in 107 B BC 7 in C

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Complex numbersWhat equation is solved by the graphed systems of equations LT 2 3 1 4 4 7x 3 x 3 7x 3 x 3 7x 3 x 3 7x 3 x 3

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Quadratic equationsAt the end of April Mandy told Bill that she has read 16 books this year and reads 2 books each month Bill wants to catch up to Mandy He tracks his book reading with a table on his door Using his table below what month will Bill have read the same amount of books as Mandy Month Books May 4 June 8 July 12 September October August December

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Complex numbersSolve the system y 3x 2 and 3y 9x 6 by using graph paper or graphing technology What is the solution to the system No solutions Infinite solutions 3 2