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Scott M.

College Algebra

None

Find the point that is symmetric to the given point with respect to the x-axis, the y-axis, and the origin.

Renne A.

College Algebra

4 hours ago

Solve each system using methods of substitution or elimination. -1 mark for each variable and 1 mark for checking of solution.

Sticks C.

College Algebra

5 hours ago

) The Martinezes plan to make payments of $2400 into a time certificate account on the last day of this and every year until their retirement in 20 years. How much will they have in the account when they retire if the account earns 8.75% compounded annually?

Sticks C.

College Algebra

5 hours ago

You have found the sweetest cruising boat, a steal at $9,800. The best financing rate you can find for a loan is 9.75% compounded monthly over 4 years. How much will your monthly payment be?

Sticks C.

College Algebra

5 hours ago

I’m going to invest $4000 at 7% interest compounded continuously for 12 years.

Sticks C.

College Algebra

5 hours ago

Your neighbor bought a new car. Being a nosy neighbor, you want to know what price she paid for the car, but all you can find out is that she made a down payment of $2100 and that her monthly payment on a six year loan with an interest rate of 7.5% per year compounded monthly is $425. What was the purchase price of the car?

Sticks C.

College Algebra

5 hours ago

Two models of depreciation are linear, L(t) =mt+b, and exponential decay, D(t) = D0e -kt , t in years. In the this question we are going to compare the two models. We buy a microelectronic lithography tool for $2.7 million dollars at t=0. After 5 years of depreciation, the tool is now worth $0.5 million dollars.

Sticks C.

College Algebra

5 hours ago

Solve this exponential equation: 10( x+3)=5.3

Sticks C.

College Algebra

5 hours ago

Solve this logarithmic equation: log4 x=?2

Sticks C.

College Algebra

5 hours ago

Expand this logarithmic expression: log ( x?10)/ x 5

Sticks C.

College Algebra

5 hours ago

Rewrite and simplify this expression with only positive exponents: (0.5 x 2 y ?3 ) ?2 (x 7 y 5 )

Sticks C.

College Algebra

6 hours ago

The Martinezes plan to make payments of $2400 into a time certificate account on the last day of this and every year until their retirement in 20 years. How much will they have in the account when they retire if the account earns 8.75% compounded annually?

Kim B.

College Algebra

None

What is the roots and multiipicities

Kim B.

College Algebra

None

Kim B.

College Algebra

None

Funmi A.

College Algebra

1 day, 23 hours ago

A couple deposits $â¢17,000 into an account earning 4% annual interest for 25 years. Calculate the future value of the investment if the interest is compounded monthly. Round your answer to the nearest cent.

Sydney I.

College Algebra

None

A 12 sided die is rolled. The set of equally likely outcomes is {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12}. Find the probability of rolling a 6.

Zariamarie Z.

College Algebra

None

1) Consider the following matrices: 1 -4 0 3 A = 5 B = 0 C = 2 1 -1 3 -2 7 5 Carry out the operation AB- 2BC by hand, showing all work, or state why [8 points]

Devonte B.

College Algebra

2 days, 4 hours ago

Divide and express the result in standard form. 7/4-i

Devonte B.

College Algebra

2 days, 4 hours ago

1/5+6i/5i

Albert A.

College Algebra

2 days, 19 hours ago

If the status is bone and you are born on Friday but not a January born, then bonus4 is 24percent of salary plus 20percent of bonus1 minus 10percent of bonus2 else bonus3

Renne A.

College Algebra

3 days, 1 hour ago

Solve each system using methods of substitution or elimination. -1 mark for each variable and 1 mark for checking of solution

Renne A.

College Algebra

3 days, 7 hours ago

When using determinants to solve for x in the following system of equations, what is the value of the numerator in the determinant for x?

Renne A.

College Algebra

3 days, 7 hours ago

When using determinants to solve a system of equations, how do you identify the system is dependent? options: Both determinants for x and y yield division by one. Both determinants for x and y yield 0/0 division. Both determinants for x and y yield division by zero. a) Both determinants for x and y yield division by the same number. b) Both determinants for x and y yield 0/0 division. c)Both determinants for x and y yield division by zero. d)Both determinants for x and y yield division by the same number.

Renne A.

College Algebra

3 days, 10 hours ago

Select the value of the following determinant when evaluated.

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