Answer:

(5,10)(2,7)

Rise/run = 10-7/5-2 = 3/3 = 1

Therefore, the slope of the line is 1.

Answer:
My answer was right I looked it up why you delete it?!

A student claims that the expression “9 times the sum of a number and 13” is translated to the algebraic expression 9n + 13. Is the student correct? If not, what is the correct expression?

What is the simplest form of 12/60

What is the best estimate for the sum of 3/8 and 1/12

A chef makes 13 gallons of soup in a largepot. How many 1-cup servings can thechef get from this large pot of soup?

Which expression is equivalent to 32 + 16?8(4 + 2)8(24 + 8)7(4 + 2)7(24 + 8)

What is the simplest form of 12/60

What is the best estimate for the sum of 3/8 and 1/12

A chef makes 13 gallons of soup in a largepot. How many 1-cup servings can thechef get from this large pot of soup?

Which expression is equivalent to 32 + 16?8(4 + 2)8(24 + 8)7(4 + 2)7(24 + 8)

**Answer:19 days because there are 7 days in a week and 7+7=14 and 14+7=19**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

There are 7 days in a week so there is 14 days in 2 weeks.

2 weeks and 5 days is the same as 14 days + 5 days, or** C) 19 days**

**Answer:**

This is because even when the quality of the variable x is 0, the value of b still exists and is the starting point for y.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

To prove this, we start with the base form of the equation and input 0 for x.

y = mx + b

y = m(0) + b

y = 0 + b

y = b

A. There are 0.35 hectoliters in 35 deciliters.

B. There are 7.62 centiliters in 762 liters.

C. There are 6.8 kiloliters in 68 hectoliters.

D. There are 0.75 deciliters in 7.5 liters.

**Answer:**

Below is the conversion table for letter A to D:

1 deciliter = 0.001 hectoliters

1 liter = 100 centiliters

1 kilolieter = 10 hectoliter

1 liter = 10 deciliter

The correct one would be letter C - There are 6.8 kiloliters in 68 hectoliters. Since 1 kiloliters (kl) is equal to 10 hectoliters (hl), 6.8 kl times 10 is equal to 68 h

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

c

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I wasn't sure whether marked up meant increased or like discounted so ill show you step by step.

10% is $5.

20% would be $10 because it is double the price of 10%.

Therefore if you meant it is 20% more than the original it would be $60.

If you meant it would be 20% less is would be $40.

Sorry its not much help but i wanted to do the best i could.

10% is $5.

20% would be $10 because it is double the price of 10%.

Therefore if you meant it is 20% more than the original it would be $60.

If you meant it would be 20% less is would be $40.

Sorry its not much help but i wanted to do the best i could.

I think you meant that the overall price is only 20% of the original price, so I will do that.

20% of 100 is 20, and 50 is half of 100. that means that 20% of 100 is double 20% of 50. Since 20% of 100 is 20, and 20% of 50 is half that, 20% of 50 is 1/2 of 20, which is 10. So 20% of $50 is $10

20% of 100 is 20, and 50 is half of 100. that means that 20% of 100 is double 20% of 50. Since 20% of 100 is 20, and 20% of 50 is half that, 20% of 50 is 1/2 of 20, which is 10. So 20% of $50 is $10

First off, there can't be a volume of an area.

A polynomial is basically a equation that has 2 or more terms that have to be algebraic.

A polynomial is basically a equation that has 2 or more terms that have to be algebraic.

y=-2You combine like terms which would be -14 and 22. 22-14=8. Then you subtract that from 0. 0-8=-8. Then divide -8 by 4y. -8÷4=-2