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Using 125 words or more, explain in your own words why the APR does not compare loans for different lengths of time.
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2 months ago
Morgan has completed the mathematical statements shown below. Which statements are true regarding these formulas? Check all that apply.A=pi·r² and C=2·pi·rA=pi·r·r and C=pi·r·2A=(pi·r)·r and C=(pi·r)·2-The numerical values of the area and circumference are equal when r=2-The numerical value of the area is less than the numerical value of the circumference when r<2-The numerical value of the area is greater than the numerical value of the circumference when r>2-The numerical value of the area is less than the numerical value of the circumference when r>2-The numerical value of the area is greater than the numerical value of the circumference when r>2
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2 months ago
How do I solve this?Jacob is saving up for a down payment on a car. He plans to invest $2,000 at the end of every year for 5 years. If the interest rate on the account is 2.25% compounding annually, what is the present value of the investment?a. $5,666.58b. $10,461.24c. $9,358.91d. $37,731.88
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2 months ago
Two evenly matched tennis players, Jim and Rob, are going to play a set of 8 games. A player must win at least 6 of the 8 games to win the set. To find the probability of winning the set, Jim wants to simulate the situation using a number cube. If each roll represents a game, which associations on the cube correctly simulate the situation? Check all that apply.Number 1 on the cube represents Jim, and number 3 represents Rob.Even numbers on the cube represent Jim, and odd numbers represent Rob.Numbers 1, 3, 4, and 5 represent Jim, and numbers 2 and 6 represent Rob.Odd numbers on the cube represent Jim, and even numbers represent Rob.Numbers 2 and 3 represent Jim, and numbers 1, 5, 4, and 6 represent Rob.
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2 months ago
BRAINLIEST!!!Which statement about a dilation with a scale factor of 3 is true?
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You planted 488 acres of corn last season. you sold all your corn: 8,120 bushels in August and 64,100 bushels in September. what is your yield pet acre, rounded to the nearest bushel per acre
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2 months ago
The mayor of Gilbert, AZ, randomly selects 300 of its residents for a survey while the mayor of Camp Verde, AZ, randomly selects 100 of its residents and asks them the same question. Both surveys show that 15% of the residents of each town want Arizona to start using daylight savings like most of the rest of the country. If the confidence level for both surveys is 95% (z*-value 1.96), then which statement is true? The margin of error for the Camp Verde survey will be the size of the margin of error for the Gilbert survey. The margin of error for the Camp Verde survey will be between and the size of the margin of error for the Gilbert survey. The margin of error for the Camp Verde survey will be three times greater than the margin of error for the Gilbert survey. The margin of error for the Camp Verde survey will be between one and three times as great as the margin of error for the Gilbert survey. Mark this and return
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2 months ago
A certain college randomly selected 30 freshman students who completed college algebra during their first semester. Fifteen students were chosen from students who took the course at night and 15 students were chosen from students who took the course during the day. The following statistical information was calculated from their final grades. Day NightMean 76 68Median 68 72Mode 64 72Range 38 53Based on these samples, what generalization can be made? (Assume that a score of 70 or greater is a passing score.) A. The mean score for the night students was higher than the mean score for the day students. B. The median score for the day students was higher than the median score for the night students. C. The mean score for the day students was higher than the mean score for the night students. D. The range of scores was larger for the day students than for the night students.
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2 months ago
Marcus has a pool that can hold a maximum of 4500 gallons of water. The pool already contains 1500 gallons of water. Marcus begins to add more water at a rate of 30 gallons per minute. Write an inequality that shows the number of minutes, m, Marcus can continue to add water to the pool without exceeding the maximum number of gallons.
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2 months ago
HELPPPPPwhich statement is true for log3 (x+1)=2?x+1= 3^2x+1=2^32(x+1)=33(x+1)=2
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2 months ago
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