# In the first quadrant you start at (6, 10) and move 6 units right and 4 units down what point will you end up with

(12,6)

Step-by-step explanation:

If you move 6 units right, you get to (12,10). Moving 4 units down takes you to (12,6).

Answer: It would be 12,6 I believe

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A valid conclusion for the quadratic equation x2 - 6x + 8 = 0

(x-4)(x-2)

Step-by-step explanation:

You and your friend enter frogs in a frog-jumping contest. Your friend’s frog jumps 14 feet. Your frog jumps 16 feet. How much farther does your frog jump? 2 7/12
2 5/12 feet
1 7/12
1 5/12 feet

Step-by-step explanation: 16 - 14 = 2. That would be 14 inches. 2 feet.

Compare 2/6 and 5/8 using benchmark number. Which number can you use to compare these fraction

Step-by-step explanation:  2/6 is about 0 because 2 is close to 0. If the numerator is  close to 0 and the denominator is not close to 0 then the benchmark is going to be 0. If the numerator is about half of the denominator then the benchmark is going to be 1/2. If the numerator and denominator is close to each other than the benchmark is going to be 1.

What is the distance between -34 and 16

The distance between -34 and 16 as requested is; 50

The distance between two points, x and y on the number line is the absolute value of their difference.

Distance = | x -y |

In this scenario; the distance between -34 and 16 is therefore;

Distance = | -34 - 16|

Distance = | -50 |

In essence, Distance = 50.

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1) 50

2) -18

Step-by-step explanation:

2) what I did was subtract -34 from -16

Scientists have found a relationship between the temperature and the height above a distant planet's surface. , given below, is the temperature in Celsius at a height of kilometers above the planet's surface. The relationship is as follows.

The question is incomplete, the complete question is below:

Scientists have found a relationship between the temperature and the height above a distant planet's surface. , given below, is the temperature in Celsius at a height of kilometers above the planet's surface. The relationship is as follows: T(h) = 30.5 -2.5h.

a) Calculate T^-1(x)

b) T^-1(15)

a)

b) 6.2 °C

Step-by-step explanation:

a)

b)

What is the difference of the rational expressions blow 4x/9 - 2x/9