In ΔBCD, the measure of ∠D=90°, CB = 25, BD = 7, and DC = 24. What is the value of the sine of ∠C to the nearest hundredth?


Answer 1

Answer: The value of the sine of ∠C is 0.28.

Step-by-step explanation:

Let's draw a triangle again (see the picture below).

Remember SOHCAHTOA? It's:

-sin = opposite/hypotenuse

-cos = adjacent/hypotenuse

-tan = opposite/adjacent.

We need to use sin in here.

The sin of C is (7)/(25), which in a calculator, gives 0.28

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If f(x) = 2x + 2 and g(x) = x2 - 1, find (f - g)(x).




it is point B

Step-by-step explanation:

because im smart


Point B

Step-by-step explanation:

√11 is 3.3

And A is about 2. Something and inbetween D and E is 4 which means C will be 3.5

So it leaves it at B

Mary has a bag with 80 pieces of candy. She gives ¼ of her candy to John and 10% to Lisa. How much more candy did she give to John then Lisa?



12 pieces

Step-by-step explanation:

80 pieces of candy

1/4 is 25% or 20 pieces of candy

10% would be 8 pieces of candy

subtract the two. Your answer is 12


He had 14 more pieces

Step-by-step explanation:

So 80/4 is 20 pieces. So we know John has 20. Now she has 60 left since 80-20 is 60. Now 10 percent of 60 would be 6 pieces. We can subtract 6 from 20 to find out how many more pieces John had. 20-6 is 14. So John had 14 more than Lisa

Find the slope of the line passing through each of the following pairs of points. (−3, 9), (−3, −5


The formula of a slope:


We have the points (-3, 9) and (-3, -5). Substitute:

m=(-5-9)/(-3-(-3))=(-14)/(-3+3)=(-14)/(0)\qquad\large{!!!!}\n\n\large\boxed{\text{Division by 0}}!!!

Conclusion: The slope is not exist.

Given line is a horizontal line. Horizontal line has not a slope.


Undefined Slope

Step-by-step explanation:

Well, we can first do (-5-9)÷[-3-(-3)].

We get -14/0.

We know anythingn divided by zero is impossible or undefined, so the answer to this is just undefined. If you can't enter it in your homework portal, then ask your teacher. Please don't report this, as I'm correct. Thank you!

What can you say about a solution of the equation y' = - y2 just by looking at the differential equation? The function y must be decreasing (or equal to 0) on any interval on which it is defined. The function y must be increasing (or equal to 0) on any interval on which it is defined.



The function y must be decreasing (or equal to 0) on any interval on which it is defined.

Step-by-step explanation:

The derivative of a function gives us the rate at which that function is changing. In this case, -y^2, yields a negative value for every possible value of y, thus, the rate of change is always negative and the function y is decreasing (or equal to 0) on any interval on which it is defined.

Final answer:

The differential equation y' = -y^2 implies that y is either decreasing or constant wherever it is defined, because the derivative y' is non-positive.


By examining the differential equation y' = -y^2, we can infer some characteristics about the solutions without solving it. If y is a solution to this equation, then y' represents the derivative of y with respect to x. This derivative tells us about the rate of change of the function y.

Since the right side of the equation is -y^2, and a square of a real number is always non-negative, multiplying by -1 makes it non-positive. This implies that the derivative y' is either less than or equal to zero. Therefore, wherever the function y is defined, it must be either decreasing or constant (equal to zero). If y is positive, y will decrease because of the negative sign in front of the square. If y is negative, squaring it results in a positive number, but the negative sign still ensures that the rate of change is non-positive.

Conclusion: the function y is decreasing or remains constant on any interval it is defined; it cannot be increasing.

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We can examine each answer choice individually:

A. 569 × 10² = 569 × (10 · 10) = 569 · 100 = 56,900. Therefore, this choice is incorrect.

B. 569 · 10 = 5,690. This choice is incorrect.

C. 10³ · 569 = (10 · 10 · 10) ·569 = 1000 · 569 = 569,000. This choice is correct.

D. 10² · 569 = (10 · 10) · 569 = 56,900. This choice is incorrect.

Therefore, the correct option is C.


 A. 569 × 10² = 569 × (10 · 10) = 569 · 100 = 56,900.

B. 569 · 10 = 5,690.

C. 10³ · 569 = (10 · 10 · 10) ·569 = 1000 · 569 = 569,000.

D. 10² · 569 = (10 · 10) · 569 = 56,900.

So your answer is C

Which are true about the area of a circle



ironically the units are Always squared and area is the distance around the circle