# There are two spinners containing only black and purple slices.Spinner A has 3 black slices and 12 purple slices.All the slices are the same size.Spinner B has 2 black slices and 6 purple slices.All the slices are the same size.Each spinner is spun.List theseſevents from least likely to most likely.Event 1: Spinner B lands on a black slice.Event 2: Spinner A lands on a black slice.Event 3: Spinner B lands on a black or purple slice.Event 4: Spinner A lands on a green slice.Least likelyMost likelyEvent |Event |Event |Event []

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

Event 4, Event 2, Event 1, Event 3 (least to most likely)

Step-by-step explanation:

Let's take a look at each event:

Event 1- Spinner B lands on a black slice.

2 black slices, 8 total slices

2/8=1/4=25% probability

Event 2- Spinner A lands on a black slice.

3 black slices, 15 total slices

3/15=1/5=20%

Event 3- Spinner B lands on a black or purple slice.

8 black or purple slices, 8 total slices

8/8=1=100%

Event 4- Spinner A lands on a green slice.

0 green slices, 15 total slices

0/15=0=0%

So, in order of least to most likely, we have Event 4 (0%), Event 2 (20%), Event 1 (25%), and event 3 (100%).

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Answer:

P = 20 ft

h = 2 ft

B = 10.56 ft²

Step-by-step explanation:

P = 8.8 + 8.8 + 1.2 + 1.2 = 20 ft

h = 2 ft

B = 1.2 x 8.8 = 10.56 ft²

A linear function and a quadratic function both have a domain of all real numbers.True
False
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Answer: True

Explanation: The domain of a quadratic function in standard format is always all real numbers, meaning you can substitute any real number for x. The range of a function is the set of all real values of y that you can get by plugging real numbers into x.

Linear function is almost always going to be all real numbers. The range of a non-horizontal linear function is all real numbers no matter how flat the slope might look.

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the range of the function shows all real values

Name the slope and one point that is on the linerepresented by the equation: x = -2
A) m = undefined and point (-2,5)
B) m = 0 and point (-2,4)
C) m = undefined and point (5,-2)
D) = zero and point (5,0)

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Answer: Choice A

m = undefined

point (-2,5)

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Explanation:

The equation x = -2 describes a vertical line in which every point on this line has x coordinate -2. Two points on this line are (-2,0) and (-2,1)

Another point on this line is (-2,5) since this also has x coordinate -2.

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All vertical lines have undefined slope.

Let's pick two points such as (-2,0) and (-2,1) and find the slope through them

m = (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)

m = (1-0)/(-2-(-2))

m = (1-0)/(-2+2)

m = 1/0

m = undefined, since we cannot divide by zero.

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Answer:

the answer is 32%

Step-by-step explanation:

What does the point (1, 18) represent

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A graph is the plot of a function or a proportion thus (1,18) represents the number of cookies made by using 1 cup of flour is 18.

### What is a graph?

A graph is a diametrical representation of any function between the dependent and independent variables.

For example y = x² form a parabola now by looking at only the graph we can predict that it has only a positive value irrespective of the interval of x.

As per the given graph of the number of cookies and cups of flour.

The coordinate of a point is (x,y) and here x-axis is the cups of flour and the y-axis is the number of cookies.

Since x = 1 so cups of flour are 1.

Since y = 18 so the number of cookies is 18.

Hence "A graph is the plot of a function or a proportion thus (1,18) represents the number of cookies made by using 1 cup of flour is 18".

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1 cup of flour makes 18 cookies

Write the quadratic equation whose roots are 4
and
−1
, and whose leading coefficient is
2

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2(x-4)(x+1)
Fundamental Theorem of Algebra essentially states that all polynomials can be reduced down to the product of their roots.