x2 = 20

a.4.47

b. -3.97, 3.97

c. -10, 10

d. -4.47, 4.47

Answer:

**Answer: if using the quadratic formula it is D :) **

**hope this helps**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Fator the following problem x^2+12x+36

Translate into a variable expression.the square of the difference between a number n and fifty

Find an integer that leaves a remainder of 2 when divided by either 3 or 5, but that is divisible by 4.

Silvio wants to find the perimeter of quadrilateral ABCD. He begins by computing the length of side AB using the distance formula. Finish Silvio’s work to find the length of side AB.

What is the greatest common factor shared by 40 and 20?Answer hereSUBMIT

Translate into a variable expression.the square of the difference between a number n and fifty

Find an integer that leaves a remainder of 2 when divided by either 3 or 5, but that is divisible by 4.

Silvio wants to find the perimeter of quadrilateral ABCD. He begins by computing the length of side AB using the distance formula. Finish Silvio’s work to find the length of side AB.

What is the greatest common factor shared by 40 and 20?Answer hereSUBMIT

The **depth **of the **pond **is **8 feet **and this can be determined by using the **Pythagorean theorem**.

Given :

- A water lily is floating in a murky pond rooted on the bottom of the pond by a stem of unknown length.
- The lily can be lifted 2 feet over the water and moved 6 feet to the side.

The **Pythagorean theorem **can be used to determine the **depth **of the **pound**. The Pythagorean theorem according to the attached diagram is given by:

Now, **put **the **value **of the **given lengths **according to the attached **diagram **in the above equation.

4x = 32

x = 8

Therefore, the **depth **of the **pond **is **8 feet**.

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12 Feet is the depth of the pond. I am just guessing but i think that is it.

Answer:

51

Step-by-step explanation:

5 ×(10 :10 ×10) +(8 ×3 - 23) =

5 ×(1 ×10) +(24 - 23) =

5 ×10 +1 =

50 +1 =

51

**Answer:**

Scale factor of dilation is

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Cross multiplication gets:**

QR = 3 * Q'R'

Q'R' = 1/3 * QR

So it's 1/3

**Answer:**x=−8 and y=8

**Step-by-step explanation: Do you want it solved step by step?**

**Answer:**

One solution, (-8,8)

x = -8

y = 8

**Step-by-step explanation:**

-6x + 3y = 72 then 3y = 72 + 6x, y = 24 + 2x

5x + 8y = 24

substitute for y:

5x + 8(24 + 2x) = 24

5x + 192 + 16x = 24

21x = -168

x = -8

y = 24 + 2(-8) = 8

quadrant I or quadrant II

quadrant II or quadrant III

quadrant II or quadrant IV

quadrant III or quadrant IV

Answer:

quadrant II or quadrant III

Step-by-step explanation:

Quadrants are numbered I to IV in the counterclockwise direction, starting with upper right. Quadrants II and III are to the left of the y-axis, where x-coordinates are negative.

Answer:

B - quadrant ll or quadrant lll

Step-by-step explanation:

Got it right on edge

Also I ain’t never seen two pretty best friends

Answer: Option C : delegation of authority

Step-by-step explanation:

the CEO used DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY approach to make restaurant managers accountable for cost-cutting measures in the above case.

The CEO of the Chili restaurant chain used the delegation of authority principle to make restaurant managers responsible for cost-cutting measures without sacrificing customer satisfaction.

In the situation described, the Chili restaurant chain's CEO used **delegation of authority** to make restaurant managers accountable for cost-cutting measures. Delegation of authority refers to the process of passing down responsibilities and decision-making power from upper to lower levels of management. In this case, the CEO entrusted the restaurant managers with the responsibility of reducing costs, while also maintaining **customer satisfaction**. Using this strategy, the CEO was able to shift accountability to the managers, who now have the authority to manage their resources and strategize their cost-cutting measures in a manner that would not compromise the level of satisfaction of their customers.

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