1. In an auditorium, there are 22 seats in the first row and 28 seats in the second row. The number of seats in a row continues to increase by 6 with each additional row. (a) Write an iterative rule to model the sequence formed by the number of seats in each row. Show your work. (b) Use the rule…
Afternoon, got a brain fart going on Afternoon, got a brain fart going on. Trying to solve some basic word problems. I a has current price is listed at $230,100 which is 25% increased of last time it sold. What was the price the last time it was sold. Can't figure out the formula to start.
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1. Simplify: Show your work. 2. For the given quadratic equation convert into vertex form, find the vertex, and find the value for x = 6. Show your work. y = -2x2 + 2x +2 3. A manufacturer of shipping boxes has a box shaped like a cube. The side length is (5a + 4b). What is the volume of…
Algebra Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Read the following instructions in order to complete this discussion, and review the example of how to complete the math required for this assignment: Write your birth date or the birth date of someone in your family as mm/dd/yy. (Example: March 13, 1981 is written 3/13/81, and November 7, 1967 is written 11/7/67). Now let a…
Mental Health Case Study Melanie is a 16 year old who lived with her parents and two siblings in a suburban neighborhood until her parents separated 6 months ago. At that time her school performance began to decline and she was truant from school, frequently not returning home until after dark. When she arrived home, she was verbally abusive to…
q1 A researcher at a large company has collected data on the beginning salary and current salary of 48 randomly selected employees. The least-squares regression equation for predicting their current salary from their beginning salary is y = â€“2570.8 + 2.12x. The current salaries had a mean of $32,070 with a standard deviation of $15,300. The beginning salaries had a…