Answer:

Total **number** of **calories** in 8 ounce **yogurt** is 300 calories.

**Given that;**

Total **number** of calories in 2 **ounce** yogurt = 75 calories

**Find:**

Total **number** of **calories** in 8 ounce yogurt

**Computation:**

Total **number** of calories in 8 ounce **yogurt** = 75[8/2]

Total number of **calories** in 8 ounce yogurt = 75[4]

Total **number** of calories in 8 ounce yogurt = 300 calories

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Answer:
Just divide 8 by 2 and you'll get 4

Each container is 2 ounces so do 75 times 4 and you'll get 300 calories

Each container is 2 ounces so do 75 times 4 and you'll get 300 calories

Which equation represents the vertical line passing through (7,-3)A. x=-3B. y=-3C. x=7D. y=7

given: km and jn bisect each other. do triangle jkl and triangle nml meet SAS criteria.. NEED DESCRIPTION

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BY using eight eights and addition only can you make 1000?????/

You and your friend are rolling number cubes. Each cube has 6 sides with the numbers 1 to 6. If a sum of 7 is rolled, your friend gets a point. However, you get a point if either one of the sums listed below is rolled. Which pair of numbers would make the game fair?

given: km and jn bisect each other. do triangle jkl and triangle nml meet SAS criteria.. NEED DESCRIPTION

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BY using eight eights and addition only can you make 1000?????/

You and your friend are rolling number cubes. Each cube has 6 sides with the numbers 1 to 6. If a sum of 7 is rolled, your friend gets a point. However, you get a point if either one of the sums listed below is rolled. Which pair of numbers would make the game fair?

**Answer:**

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**Step-by-step explanation:**

–2x + 6y = 14

What number would you multiply the second equation by in order to eliminate the x-terms when adding to the first equation?

What number would you multiply the first equation by in order to eliminate the y-terms when adding to the second equation?

**Keywords: **

*Systems of equations, variables, values, steps *

For this case we have a system of two equations with two variables given by "x" and "y" respectively. We must solve the system by finding the values of the variables. For this, we follow the steps below:

**Step 1: **

We multiply the second equation by 3:

**Step 2: **

We add both equations:

**Step 3: **

We substitute in the first equation:

Thus, the solution of the system is given by

**Answer: **

**The second equation must be multiplied by "3" to eliminate the terms of the "x" when added with the first equation **

**The first equation must be multiplied by "2" to eliminate the terms of the "y" when added with the second equation **

**The system solution is given by **

(2) {-1,0,1,2} (4) {-2,-1,0,1,2,3}

Hello,

N={0,1,2,3,4,5,...}

(-1,3]={0,1,2,3}⊂N

Answer (1) no negative whole numbers.

N={0,1,2,3,4,5,...}

(-1,3]={0,1,2,3}⊂N

Answer (1) no negative whole numbers.

X=-2 is vertical line

x=-2 would be a VUX line

B) it doesn’t matter if some of them are indistinguishable .

C) the number of permutations is determined by the number of items that don’t repeat.

D) the number of permutations isn’t dependent on the items that repeat.

Let’s look at the permutations of the letters “ABC.” We can write the letters in any of the following ways:

ABC

ACB

BAC

BCA

CBA

CAB

Since there are 3 choices for the first spot, two for the next and 1 for the last we end up with (3)(2)(1) = 6 permutations. Using the symbolism of permutations we have: . Note that the first 3 should also be small and low like the second one but I couldn’t get that to look right.

Now let’s see how this changes if the letters are AAB. Since the two As are identical, we end up with fewer permutations.

AAB

ABA

BAA

To make the point a bit better let’s think of one A are regular and one as bold**A.**

ABA and AB**A **look different now because we used bold for one of the As but if we don’t do this we see that these are actual the same. If they represented a word they would be the same exact word.

So in this case the formula would be . We use 2! In the denominator because there are 2 repeating letters. If there were three we would use 3!

Hopefully, this is enough to let you see that the answer is A. The number of permutations is limited by the number of items that are identical.

ABC

ACB

BAC

BCA

CBA

CAB

Since there are 3 choices for the first spot, two for the next and 1 for the last we end up with (3)(2)(1) = 6 permutations. Using the symbolism of permutations we have: . Note that the first 3 should also be small and low like the second one but I couldn’t get that to look right.

Now let’s see how this changes if the letters are AAB. Since the two As are identical, we end up with fewer permutations.

AAB

ABA

BAA

To make the point a bit better let’s think of one A are regular and one as bold

A

Hopefully, this is enough to let you see that the answer is A. The number of permutations is limited by the number of items that are identical.

I need the answer to this question asap please.

Answer: -2.55

Explanation: First add 10.2, and then the equation becomes -4x = 10.2.

Then, you just divide by -4 from both sides of the equation, and you get x = -2.55. :]

**Answer:**

21 - 4x

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Multiply 10 and 2 to get 20.

41 - 4x - 20

Subtract 20 from 41 to get 21.

21 - 4x