Algebra Homework Answers & Questions

Waiting for answer how should $90 be divided into two parts so that the second...
how should $90 be divided into two parts so that the second part is $30 less than twice the first part?
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Answered Jules wants his house to be painted. He contacts
Jules wants his house to be painted. He contacts two companies to have estimates. Company A charges a $250 fee plus $10 per hour. Company B requires $20 per hour. For how many hours Company B will be better for Jules?
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Waiting for answer Algebra Quiz
REVIEW THE ATTACHMENTS AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS!! For this assignmnt, review the PDF for the questions and SHOW ALL WORK in the answer sheet (MS Word) attachment.
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Waiting for answer Discussion 6
Prior to beginning work on this discussion read Hill (2013) “Partnering with a Purpose: Psychologists as Advocates in Organizations,” Cohen, Lee, McIlwraith (2012) “The Psychology of Advocacy and the Advocacy of Psychology,” Heinowitz, et al. (2012) “Identifying Perceived Personal Barriers to Publ...
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Answered PointSlope Form
Can somebody please show me how to find pointslope form with two points and no slope? Thanks, Katey
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Waiting for answer Hello, my name is Peguy and a friend told me about this. I'm...
Hello, my name is Peguy and a friend told me about this. I'm very late in submiting my homework so I wanted to know if someone could help me do them. Thank you
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Waiting for answer Need 3 assignments completed as posted plagiarism free by 04...
TOPIC FOR ALL 3 ASSIGNMENTS: Security and Criminal Justice Topic: Criminals Incarcerated Offenders Question 1: Compare and contrast the gender, age, and race of incarcerated offenders in the prison system. What does the information tell you about the typical inmate? Topic: Criminals Arrested C...
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Waiting for answer 16 fiction books and 20 nonfiction books are to be put in gi...
16 fiction books and 20 nonfiction books are to be put in giveaway bags. The number of fiction books in each bag will be the same as the number of nonfiction books in the bag. What is the greatest number of bags th can be made?
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Waiting for answer Algebra2 week3
(See Week 3 Lecture page “What is a Rational Function?” for a starting point.) Given the function
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Waiting for answer Two cars are traveling on two different routes, one 43 miles...
Two cars are traveling on two different routes, one 43 miles longer than the other. The car traveling on the longer route travels 2 miles per hour slower than the other car and it takes 6 hours for the trip. If the car with the shorter route take 5 hours for its trip, find the length of each route. ...
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Waiting for answer Algebra 1073
Written – A paper copy of your answers to questions 1  6, will be submitted as a formal report. This report must be turned in by class time on Apr. 20, 2017; no late work will be accepted. Questions should be answered sequentially, with your work in arriving at the answers either typed or handwri...
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Waiting for answer Algebra Homework!
Please see the attached files. There are a total of 30 Questions. Work must be shown. One file has the Questions and another is an answer sheet which must be completed. Due Date: April 15th (Saturday) at 8:00am est.
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Waiting for answer Relations and Functions
In this discussion, you will be assigned two equations where you will complete a variety of math work related to mathematical functions. Read the following instructions in order and view the example (available for download in your online classroom) to complete this discussion. Please complete the f...
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Waiting for answer 51 • Guided Problem solving
The worksheet is 51• Guided Problem Solving, Student page 151, Exercise 20 I need help to answer the questions within it. Can someone explain what it's asking and solve some questions? That way I can understand more, thank you for your help.
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Waiting for answer Polynomial Real World Problems
Come up with one or more polynomial real world problem/s.This could be an area, volume or a vertical motion problem or whatever else you can think of, as long as there are polynomials involved. Please include a solution to the problem and all the work recquired to find the solution. The final produ...
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