# What is the area of the regular polygon shown below?

shown below..I can't see..

93.5 for area

Step-by-step explanation:

there is no picture so that's  a simple guess

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Find the lcm of 2,3,7 and tell me how u got ur answerif its CORRECT with ur reasoning ill give brainlest

42

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Determine whether f(x) = 4x^2 – 16x + 6 has a maximum or a minimum value and find that value.a
maximum; –10
b
minimum; –10
c
maximum; 2
d
minimum; 2

The function f(x) = 4x² – 16x + 6 has a minimum value is –10 when the value of x is 2. Then the correct option is B.

### What is differentiation?

The rate of change of a function with respect to the variable is called differentiation. It can be increasing or decreasing.

The function is given below.

Differentiate the function, then we have

The value of x will be

Then again differentiate the function, if the value comes negative then maxima and if the value is positive then minima.

Then the function is minimum at 2.

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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.

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

### Explanation:

By examining the differential equation y' = -, 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 -, 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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Carrie read 5 1/2 pages in 12 minutes how many pages did she read per minute

0.458 Pages per minute

Step-by-step explanation:

1. Find your two numbers

2. Divide the 5.5 pages by 12 minutes

3.You will get 0.458

4. You can round it to 0.5 or 0.46

In a large Introductory Statistics lecture hall, the professor reports that 55% of the students enrolled have never taken a Calculus course, 32% have taken only one semester of Calculus, and the rest have taken two or more semesters of Calculus. The professor randomly assigns students to groups of three to work on a project for the course. What is the probability that the first groupmate you meet has studied a) two or more semesters of Calculus?
b) some Calculus?
c) no more than one semester of Calculus?

a) There is a 13% probability that a student has taken 2 or more semesters of Calculus.

b) 45% probability that a student has taken some calculus.

c) 87% probability that a student has taken no more than one semester of calculus.

Step-by-step explanation:

We have these following probabilities:

A 55% that a student hast never taken a Calculus course.

A 32% probability that a student has taken one semester of a Calculus course.

A 100-(55+32) = 13% probability that a student has taken 2 or more semesters of Calculus.

a) two or more semesters of Calculus?

There is a 13% probability that a student has taken 2 or more semesters of Calculus.

b) some Calculus?

At least one semester.

So there is a 32+13 = 45% probability that a student has taken some calculus.

c) no more than one semester of Calculus?

At most one semester.

So 55+32 = 87% probability that a student has taken no more than one semester of calculus.