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What is 14 to the Power of 16?
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What is 13 to the Power of 75?
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What is 10 to the Power of 79?
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What is 56 to the Power of 70?
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4026 Times Tables
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2736 Times Tables
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What is 28 to the Power of 26?
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Multiples of 1103
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4110 Times Tables
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What is 19 to the Power of 42?
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chantel drew a picture of her dog on a piece of paper that is 12 centimeters long. She used a copy machine to enlarge her drawing. She used the 115% setting to make each new copy. She then used each new copy to generate the next copy, using the same copier setting.Enter a recursive formula that will give the length of each new copy.Possible Answer:a_1 = 12a_n=1.15a_n-1I want to know howto show work HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Need some with this .
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Will Give 50 points and brainliest!!Bryan is taking a road trip to Dallas, Texas. His car can travel 315 miles with 18 gallons of gas. Bryan's car holds 20 gallons of gas. Suppose Bryan's gas gauge indicates that he has one-fourth tank of gas left, how many more miles can Bryan travel before he runs out of gas? A) 87.5 miles B) 90 miles Eliminate C) 92.5 miles D) 95 miles
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Because Charles David Keeling and his new colleagues began measuring CO2 in 1958, we now have an excellent record of how CO2 concentrations have changed in the atmosphere over time. From 1960 to 2010, the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere increased from 320 to 390 ppm (parts per million).Based on these two points in time, what has been the average annual increase of CO2 in the atmosphere?Time = 2010 - 1960 = 50 yearsIncrease in CO2 = 390 ppm - 320 ppm = 70 ppmAverage annual increase in CO2 = 70 ppm / 50 years = 1.4 ppm/year1. If the annual rate of CO2 increase is 1.4 ppm, wht concentration of CO2 do you predict for the year 2100?2. From 2000 to 2010, the rate of increase grew to 1.9 ppm per year. Based on this faster rate, what concentration of CO2 do you predict for the year 2100?
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Graph the quadrilateral WXYZ with vertices W(–4, –1), X(–6, 1), Y(–8, –1), and Z(–6, –3). Rotate the figure 90° counterclockwise and graph the rotation.
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Find the median of the following set of data. 52, 84, 94, 102, 94, 89, 73
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What is the exact area and arc length of these sectors? Please helppp
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Use the discriminant to describe the roots of each equation. Then select the best description?x^2-5x-4=0double rootReal and irrational rootReal and rational rootImaginary root
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Complete the square to transform each quadratic equation into the equation form (x – p)2 = q. 1. x2 − 6x − 12 = 0 2. x2 − 4x − 18 = 0 3. x2 − 2x + 8 = 0 4. x2 + 12x + 9 = 0
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Which of the following describes the function x^3 − 8? A)The degree of the function is odd, so the ends of the graph continue in opposite directions. Because the leading coefficient is positive, the left side of the graph continues down the coordinate plane and the right side continues upward. B)The degree of the function is odd, so the ends of the graph continue in the same direction. Because the leading coefficient is negative, the left side of the graph continues down the coordinate plane and the right side also continues downward.C)The degree of the function is odd, so the ends of the graph continue in opposite directions. Because the leading coefficient is negative, the left side of the graph continues up the coordinate plane and the right side continues downward.D)The degree of the function is odd, so the ends of the graph continue in the same direction. Because the leading coefficient is positive, the left side of the graph continues up the coordinate plane and the right side continues upward.
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