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Algebra assignment slideshow in images attached below; please follow instructions. answer all three parts of the assignment. Remember to type and save your assignment as a Microsoft Word document and

Algebra assignment slideshow in images attached below; please follow instructions.answer all three parts of the assignment. Remember to type and save your assignment as a Microsoft Word document and show all your work.

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Link to assignment: https://learning.rasmussen.edu/bbcswebdav/pid-20234959-dt-asiobject-rid-183110331_1/institution/Assets/Interactive%20Media/Spring_2021/MAT1222/Module02/index.htmlAdditional instructions: After completing the review of the slideshow, answer all three parts of the assignment. Remember to type and save your assignment as a Microsoft Word document and show all your work.

External link to 1. Karla has a group of 5 and 10 pennies in her purse and there are eight coins more than 5 cents and 10 cents. If the total is a dollar, to. Find the number of coins of each type. 2. Diana and Juan

1. Karla has a group of 5 and 10 pennies in her purse and there are eight coins more than 5 cents and 10 cents. If the total is a dollar, to. Find the number of coins of each type. 2. Diana and Juan

1. Karla has a group of 5 and 10 pennies in her purse and there are eight coins more than 5 cents and 10 cents. If the total is a dollar, to. Find the number of coins of each type.2. Diana and Juan are considering opening a cafeteria. Weekly they would spend $1348 in fixed utility and maintenance costs. Each lunch has a cost production […]

External link to This problems covers on the topics related to trigonometric function , some of the topics are range, graph of the function, determine periodic or not etc., 1. The range of the graph of y=cosx is

This problems covers on the topics related to trigonometric function , some of the topics are range, graph of the function, determine periodic or not etc., 1. The range of the graph of y=cosx is

This problems covers on the topics related to trigonometric function , some of the topics are range, graph of the function, determine periodic or not etc.,1. The range of the graph of y=cosxis2. Which statement is not true about the graph off(_)=cot_3. The graph shown is of the function4. The functions have vertical asymptotes at_=n_/2where n is an odd integer.The functions do not have a […]

External link to Please see a real-world application based problem that you would come across quite often. Two Scuba divers are 100m apart at the same depth beneath the water’s surface. Their boat is located between t

Please see a real-world application based problem that you would come across quite often. Two Scuba divers are 100m apart at the same depth beneath the water’s surface. Their boat is located between t

Please see a real-world application based problem that you would come across quite often.Two Scuba divers are 100m apart at the same depth beneath the water’s surface. Their boat is located between the two divers at an angle of elevation of(60^{circ})from driver A and (54^{circ})from diver B. How far is each diver from their boat , to the nearest metre ? Include a fully labelled […]

External link to This problems covers on the topics related to trigonometric function , some of the topics are range, graph of the function, determine periodic or not etc., 1. The range of the graph of y=cosx is

This problems covers on the topics related to trigonometric function , some of the topics are range, graph of the function, determine periodic or not etc., 1. The range of the graph of y=cosx is

This problems covers on the topics related to trigonometric function , some of the topics are range, graph of the function, determine periodic or not etc.,1. The range of the graph of y=cosxis2. Which statement is not true about the graph off(_)=cot_3. The graph shown is of the function4. The functions have vertical asymptotes at_=n_/2where n is an odd integer.The functions do not have a […]

External link to Please see a real-world application based problem that you would come across quite often. Two Scuba divers are 100m apart at the same depth beneath the water’s surface. Their boat is located between t

Please see a real-world application based problem that you would come across quite often. Two Scuba divers are 100m apart at the same depth beneath the water’s surface. Their boat is located between t

Please see a real-world application based problem that you would come across quite often.Two Scuba divers are 100m apart at the same depth beneath the water’s surface. Their boat is located between the two divers at an angle of elevation of(60^{circ})from driver A and (54^{circ})from diver B. How far is each diver from their boat , to the nearest metre ? Include a fully labelled […]

External link to 1. Karla has a group of 5 and 10 pennies in her purse and there are eight coins more than 5 cents and 10 cents. If the total is a dollar, to. Find the number of coins of each type. 2. Diana and Juan

1. Karla has a group of 5 and 10 pennies in her purse and there are eight coins more than 5 cents and 10 cents. If the total is a dollar, to. Find the number of coins of each type. 2. Diana and Juan

1. Karla has a group of 5 and 10 pennies in her purse and there are eight coins more than 5 cents and 10 cents. If the total is a dollar, to. Find the number of coins of each type.2. Diana and Juan are considering opening a cafeteria. Weekly they would spend $1348 in fixed utility and maintenance costs. Each lunch has a cost production […]

External link to 6. Write the balanced equation for the reaction first. Sulfur combines with iron to form iron(II) sulfide. In an experiment, 15.24 g of Fe are allowed to react with 17.34 g of sulfur What is the lim

6. Write the balanced equation for the reaction first. Sulfur combines with iron to form iron(II) sulfide. In an experiment, 15.24 g of Fe are allowed to react with 17.34 g of sulfur What is the lim

6. Write the balanced equation for the reaction first.Sulfur combines with iron to form iron(II) sulfide. In an experiment, 15.24 g of Fe are allowed to react with 17.34 g of sulfur What is the limiting reactant? The reactant in excess? What mass of FeS is created?7. Write the balanced equation for the reaction first.Sulfur reacts with oxygen to produce sulfur trioxide gas. If 3.15 […]

External link to Gavin is subdividing land into two plots, where one plot is in the shape of a square and the other plot is in the shape of a rectangle. The square plot of land has a side length of 6×3 feet, and the r

Gavin is subdividing land into two plots, where one plot is in the shape of a square and the other plot is in the shape of a rectangle. The square plot of land has a side length of 6×3 feet, and the r

Gavin is subdividing land into two plots, where one plot is in the shape of a square and the other plot is in the shape of a rectangle. The square plot of land has a side length of6x3feet, and the rectangular plot of land has a length of3x5feetand a width of7x2feet. Use the properties of exponents to determine the expression that represents the area for […]

External link to On the way to the mall Miguel rides his skateboard to get to the bus stop. He then waits a few minutes for the bus to come, then rides the bus to the mall. He gets off the bus when it stops at the mal

On the way to the mall Miguel rides his skateboard to get to the bus stop. He then waits a few minutes for the bus to come, then rides the bus to the mall. He gets off the bus when it stops at the mal

On the way to the mall Miguel rides his skateboard to get to the bus stop. He then waits a few minutes for the bus to come, then rides the bus to the mall. He gets off the bus when it stops at the mall and walks across the parking lot to the closest entrance. Which graph correctly models his travel time and distance?

External link to On a cold February morning, the temperature of the radiator fluid in Stanleys car is Negative 18 degrees Fahrenheit. When the engine is running, the temperature of the fluid goes up 5.4 degrees Fahre

On a cold February morning, the temperature of the radiator fluid in Stanleys car is Negative 18 degrees Fahrenheit. When the engine is running, the temperature of the fluid goes up 5.4 degrees Fahre

On a cold February morning, the temperature of the radiator fluid in Stanleys car is Negative 18 degrees Fahrenheit. When the engine is running, the temperature of the fluid goes up 5.4 degrees Fahrenheit per minute. Approximately how long will it take before the radiator fluid temperature reaches 60 degrees Fahrenheit?7.8 minutes14.4 minutes226.8 minutes421.2 minutes

External link to On a cold February morning, the temperature of the radiator fluid in Stanleys car is Negative 18 degrees Fahrenheit. When the engine is running, the temperature of the fluid goes up 5.4 degrees Fahre

On a cold February morning, the temperature of the radiator fluid in Stanleys car is Negative 18 degrees Fahrenheit. When the engine is running, the temperature of the fluid goes up 5.4 degrees Fahre

On a cold February morning, the temperature of the radiator fluid in Stanleys car is Negative 18 degrees Fahrenheit. When the engine is running, the temperature of the fluid goes up 5.4 degrees Fahrenheit per minute. Approximately how long will it take before the radiator fluid temperature reaches 60 degrees Fahrenheit?7.8 minutes14.4 minutes226.8 minutes421.2 minutes

External link to Select the correct answer. Statement Reason 1. Draw a line through B that is perpendicular to and label the point of intersection with as D. construction 2. In _ABD, BD = c sin A. definition of sine

Select the correct answer. Statement Reason 1. Draw a line through B that is perpendicular to and label the point of intersection with as D. construction 2. In _ABD, BD = c sin A. definition of sine

Select the correct answer.StatementReason1.Draw a line throughBthat is perpendicular toandlabel the point of intersection withasD.construction2.In_ABD,BD=csinA.definition of sine in a right triangle3.In_CBD,BD=asinC.definition of sine in a right triangle4.csinA=asinCSubstitution Property of Equality5.dividing throughout by sinAsinC6.Draw a line throughAthat is perpendicular toandlabel the point of intersection withasE.construction7.In_BAE,AE=csinB.definition of sine in a right triangle8.In_CAE,AE=bsinC.definition of sine in a right triangle9.csinB=bsinCSubstitution Property of Equality10.dividing throughout by sinBsinC11.Transitive Property of EqualityWhat […]

External link to What system of inequalities would you use to solve the problem below? Suppose you have a job teaching swimming lessons and get paid $6 an hour. You also have a job as a cashier and get paid $8 an hour

What system of inequalities would you use to solve the problem below? Suppose you have a job teaching swimming lessons and get paid $6 an hour. You also have a job as a cashier and get paid $8 an hour

What system of inequalities would you use to solve the problem below?Suppose you have a job teaching swimming lessons and get paid $6 an hour. You also have a job as a cashier and get paid $8 an hour. If you cannot work more than 15 hours a week, what are the number of hours you can work at each job and still make at […]

External link to What system of inequalities would you use to solve the problem below? Suppose you have a job teaching swimming lessons and get paid $6 an hour. You also have a job as a cashier and get paid $8 an hour

What system of inequalities would you use to solve the problem below? Suppose you have a job teaching swimming lessons and get paid $6 an hour. You also have a job as a cashier and get paid $8 an hour

What system of inequalities would you use to solve the problem below?Suppose you have a job teaching swimming lessons and get paid $6 an hour. You also have a job as a cashier and get paid $8 an hour. If you cannot work more than 15 hours a week, what are the number of hours you can work at each job and still make at […]

External link to A rental car company charges $0.50 per mile and a flat rate of $30.00 for any type of sedan. If m represents the number of miles driven and C(m) represents the total cost for renting a sedan, what is

A rental car company charges $0.50 per mile and a flat rate of $30.00 for any type of sedan. If m represents the number of miles driven and C(m) represents the total cost for renting a sedan, what is

A rental car company charges $0.50 per mile and a flat rate of $30.00 for any type of sedan. Ifmrepresents the number of miles driven andC(m) represents the total cost for renting a sedan, what is the linear equation that represents a cost of $130?

External link to A rental car company charges $0.50 per mile and a flat rate of $30.00 for any type of sedan. If m represents the number of miles driven and C(m) represents the total cost for renting a sedan, what is

A rental car company charges $0.50 per mile and a flat rate of $30.00 for any type of sedan. If m represents the number of miles driven and C(m) represents the total cost for renting a sedan, what is

A rental car company charges $0.50 per mile and a flat rate of $30.00 for any type of sedan. Ifmrepresents the number of miles driven andC(m) represents the total cost for renting a sedan, what is the linear equation that represents a cost of $130?

External link to You invest in a stock portfolio which includes Apple and Tesla. Apple starts with an initial investment of $45 and gains $0.20 a month. With Tesla, you start with $36.50 and it gains $0.63 a month. Wh

You invest in a stock portfolio which includes Apple and Tesla. Apple starts with an initial investment of $45 and gains $0.20 a month. With Tesla, you start with $36.50 and it gains $0.63 a month. Wh

You invest in a stock portfolio which includes Apple and Tesla. Apple starts with an initial investment of $45 and gains $0.20 a month. With Tesla, you start with $36.50 and it gains $0.63 a month. When are the two stocks nearly equal in value? (Use Desmos)a. about 12 months b. about 18 months c. about 20 months (19.767)d. about 25 months

External link to You invest in a stock portfolio which includes Apple and Tesla. Apple starts with an initial investment of $45 and gains $0.20 a month. With Tesla, you start with $36.50 and it gains $0.63 a month. Wh

You invest in a stock portfolio which includes Apple and Tesla. Apple starts with an initial investment of $45 and gains $0.20 a month. With Tesla, you start with $36.50 and it gains $0.63 a month. Wh

You invest in a stock portfolio which includes Apple and Tesla. Apple starts with an initial investment of $45 and gains $0.20 a month. With Tesla, you start with $36.50 and it gains $0.63 a month. When are the two stocks nearly equal in value? (Use Desmos)a. about 12 months b. about 18 months c. about 20 months (19.767)d. about 25 months

External link to Air currents caused planes to fly faster traveling from west to east than they do from east to west because they are flying with a tail wind at high altitudes. A plane traveling 2500 miles from Los A

Air currents caused planes to fly faster traveling from west to east than they do from east to west because they are flying with a tail wind at high altitudes. A plane traveling 2500 miles from Los A

Air currents caused planes to fly faster traveling from west to east than they do from east to west because they are flying with a tail wind at high altitudes. A plane traveling 2500 miles from Los Angeles to New York and 2500 miles back again takes 10 hours of flight time. If the planes cruising speed is 505 mph calculate the speed of the […]

External link to Air currents caused planes to fly faster traveling from west to east than they do from east to west because they are flying with a tail wind at high altitudes. A plane traveling 2500 miles from Los A

Air currents caused planes to fly faster traveling from west to east than they do from east to west because they are flying with a tail wind at high altitudes. A plane traveling 2500 miles from Los A

Air currents caused planes to fly faster traveling from west to east than they do from east to west because they are flying with a tail wind at high altitudes. A plane traveling 2500 miles from Los Angeles to New York and 2500 miles back again takes 10 hours of flight time. If the planes cruising speed is 505 mph calculate the speed of the […]

External link to The next part is to figure out what the optimum number of packages that will fit at each of the 4 parts of the plane you set up in the first section. For each section, 15 packages need to be placed ac

The next part is to figure out what the optimum number of packages that will fit at each of the 4 parts of the plane you set up in the first section. For each section, 15 packages need to be placed ac

The next part is to figure out what the optimum number of packagesthatwill fit at each of the 4 parts of the plane you set up in the first section. For each section, 15 packages need to be placed across the floor.Make a proportional and fully labeled drawing of how the boxes will fit under the fuselage of the plane for each of the four […]

External link to 1. Each student in a pottery class is responsible for cleaning the area around his or her workspace at the end of the lesson. Each student’s area is approximately . There are 13 students in the cl

1. Each student in a pottery class is responsible for cleaning the area around his or her workspace at the end of the lesson. Each student’s area is approximately . There are 13 students in the cl

1. Each student in a pottery class is responsible for cleaning the area around his or her workspace at the end of the lesson. Each student’s area is approximately . There are 13 students in the class. Assuming that each student cleans his or her area, how many square feet in total is cleaned? Solve the problem by each of these methods.(a) Method 1: Convert […]

External link to you are in $12 per hour working a local grocery store you were required to work at a grocery store for at least eight hours per week you also tutor for $15 per hour you need to earn at least $150 per

you are in $12 per hour working a local grocery store you were required to work at a grocery store for at least eight hours per week you also tutor for $15 per hour you need to earn at least $150 per

you are in $12 per hour working a local grocery store you were required to work at a grocery store for at least eight hours per week you also tutor for $15 per hour you need to earn at least $150 per week but you do not want to work more than 20 hours per weekA: define your veriables( be specific)B: write a system of […]

External link to Suppose a colony of cells starts with 10 cells, and their number triples every hour. After how many hours will there be 500 cells? A – 50 B – log3 (50) – log to the base 3 of 50 C – log50(3) – log to

Suppose a colony of cells starts with 10 cells, and their number triples every hour. After how many hours will there be 500 cells? A – 50 B – log3 (50) – log to the base 3 of 50 C – log50(3) – log to

Suppose a colony of cells starts with 10 cells, and their number triples every hour. After how many hours will there be 500 cells?A – 50B – log3 (50) – log to the base 3 of 50C – log50(3) – log to the base 50 of 3D – Cube root of 50E – 50th root of 3

External link to Suppose a colony of cells starts with 10 cells, and their number triples every hour. After how many hours will there be 500 cells? A – 50 B – log3 (50) – log to the base 3 of 50 C – log50(3) – log to

Suppose a colony of cells starts with 10 cells, and their number triples every hour. After how many hours will there be 500 cells? A – 50 B – log3 (50) – log to the base 3 of 50 C – log50(3) – log to

Suppose a colony of cells starts with 10 cells, and their number triples every hour. After how many hours will there be 500 cells?A – 50B – log3 (50) – log to the base 3 of 50C – log50(3) – log to the base 50 of 3D – Cube root of 50E – 50th root of 3

External link to A fully charged laptop computer battery can last for 6 hours. The table below shows the relationship between the hours laptop the laptop is used and the hours the battery has left, 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 hours

A fully charged laptop computer battery can last for 6 hours. The table below shows the relationship between the hours laptop the laptop is used and the hours the battery has left, 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 hours

A fully charged laptop computer battery can last for 6 hours. The table below shows the relationship between the hours laptop the laptop is used and the hours the battery has left, 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 hours used 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 hours let Which equation represents the relationship between u, the hours used, and I, the hours left? […]

External link to The guardians of the galaxy have to travel in the spaceship Milano from Xander, located on the star map at (-4,-8) to Titan, located at (6,12), to help the avenger stop Thanos. Unfortunately, the fast

The guardians of the galaxy have to travel in the spaceship Milano from Xander, located on the star map at (-4,-8) to Titan, located at (6,12), to help the avenger stop Thanos. Unfortunately, the fast

The guardians of the galaxy have to travel in the spaceship Milano from Xander, located on the star map at (-4,-8) to Titan, located at (6,12), to help the avenger stop Thanos. Unfortunately, the fastest route, y=2x, will fly them through an elliptical asteroid field, represented by the equation x^2/16+y^2/4=1. They will travel an average of 0.53 miles per hour, but they must slow down […]

External link to Sea tank holds 1,500,000 gallons of water. The Aquarium wants your new tank to be a unique design (think composite figures). Use 5 or more 3 dimensional figures (Rectangular prism, Triangular prism,

Sea tank holds 1,500,000 gallons of water. The Aquarium wants your new tank to be a unique design (think composite figures). Use 5 or more 3 dimensional figures (Rectangular prism, Triangular prism,

Sea tank holds 1,500,000 gallons of water.The Aquarium wants your new tank to be a unique design (think composite figures). Use 5 or more 3 dimensional figures (Rectangular prism, Triangular prism, pyramid, cylinder, cone or sphere) to make this design. You need to use at least 3 different figures (ex. 2 Rectangular Prisms, 2 cylinders and 1 cone). They also want the volume to be […]

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