# Solve the equation -6+3×=-9

Answer: -6 + 3x = -9

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And 6 to both sides:
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3x = -3

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Divide by 3 on both sides:
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x = -1

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Divide the following polynomial.

(x^2 - 4) (x - 1)

(x2 + x + 2) • (x - 2)

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Evaluate (8 + x) + 62 when x = 4.
A. 38
B. 14
C. 64
O D. 40

74 if thats not an answer 64

Step-by-step explanation:

8+4=12

12+62

74

74

Step-by-step explanation:

(8+x)+62

(8+4)+62

12+62

74

Please, need this urgently.Graph the function f(x) = 18(0.8)x.

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Step-by-step explanation:

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Practice Question1) VAT (value-added tax) is paid on things that you buy.
The table on the right shows the 2019 VAT rates.
This is how much VAT is charged on certain items
as a percentage of the item's cost.
VẬT (%)
20
5
0.
Items
Chocolate and crisps
Gas and electric
Fruit and vegetables
Currena
Before VAT is added, Simon pays 12p per unit of
electricity plus a fixed charge of £87 per year.
How much does Simon pay in VAT if he uses 3000 units of electricity in one year?
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Simon will pay £18 in VAT for using 3000 units of electricity in one year.

The VAT rate for gas and electric is 5%.

Therefore, Simon will pay VAT on his electricity usage.

Let's calculate Simon's annual electricitycost without VAT:

Cost per unit of electricity = 12p

= £0.12

Number of units used in one year = 3000

Electricitycost without VAT = Cost per unit × Number of units

= £0.12 × 3000

= £360

Now, let's calculate the VAT amount:

VAT rate = 5% = 0.05

VAT amount = Electricitycost without VAT × VAT rate

= £360 × 0.05

= £18

Therefore, Simon will pay £18 in VAT for using 3000 units of electricity in one year.

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A survey by the American Veterinary Medical Association found that out of 120 families surveyed, 18 owned a bird. Fifteen years ago, a similar study found that only 5 families out of 100 surveyed had a bird. Are the validity conditions for a two-sample z-test/interval adequately met

Step-by-step explanation:

The assumptions include:

The samples from each population must be independent of one another: this was adequately met.

The populations from which the samples are taken must be normally distributed: this was not talked about

The population standard deviations must be known: not known

or the sample sizes must be large (i.e. n1≥30 and n2≥30: true

The validity conditions for a two-sample z-test/interval were not all adequately met

Suppose that there are 27 sophomores and 14 juniors in a Physiology class. Two students are chosen at random to participate in a class demonstration. What is theprobability of choosing two students at random and the first is a junior and the second one is a sophomore? Round your answer to four decimal places, if necessary.